Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami

Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami

★★★★★ From the opening pages of Killing Commendatore I had my suspicions that this book would become my favourite story by Murakami. In his masterful style, writing with introspection and believability, Murakami gives us a story about contrasts. Our protagonist, an unnamed portrait painter, focuses on creating a new life for himself following his unanticipated [...]

The Pretty Girl.

The Pretty Girl.

Throughout the past weeks I have been thinking about my physical appearance. It started when I decided to reassess my wardrobe. I imagine I adopt a similar technique to many blog posts you will have seen on this subject before. The items I have not worn in a while are likely to be put in [...]

24/06/20

24/06/20

To document some of my current favourite clothes: (I started writing a blog post to go with these pictures, but it's turning out to be a bit lengthier than expected, so it will follow soon. Bear with x)

On Account of Rain | Photography Zine (feat. me)

On Account of Rain | Photography Zine (feat. me)

Matthew Bruce's photography gives such a beautiful edge to otherwise mundane objects. Everyday items are brought to the spotlight so naturally you begin to wonder why you hadn't noticed them before. I find his pictures really relaxing to look over. In his latest zine, Matt was kind enough to publish some words of mine. I [...]

C. J. Tudor – The Chalk Man and The Taking of Annie Thorne | Review

C. J. Tudor – The Chalk Man and The Taking of Annie Thorne | Review

You win, C. J. Tudor. For the first time in a while, I have had to put the book down, because it is creeping me out too much. In fact I could only put it down for ten minutes, because it would be worse not finishing, and not knowing whether the monsters in these stories [...]