Review: A Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

Did you feel that tingle in your bones when you heard a new Hunger Games book was being released? I did – I was thrilled to bits! When a series and its characters leaves such an impression on you, it’s natural to think about them long after the last words are read. When I heard… Continue Reading →

‘Oblivion’ Chapter One

I’m currently almost halfway through my first full-length novel, Oblivion. I have been working on this since late-2019, and with the whole end-of-the-world events happening since the beginning of the year, it’s been put to the side in favor of more practical pursuits (boring). Because 2020 is the year that we say, ‘why not!’ to… Continue Reading →

I Want You to Panic

The house is on fire.Anna knows it; she can see it, smell it, feel the heat on her face.Why won’t anyone believe her? I first heard of Greta Thunberg when the young activist walked out of her Swedish high school and organised a strike outside Swedish parliament to raise awareness around climate change.