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6th May

On 6th May 1331, King Edward III presented Hull with a charter replacing the post of town Keeper, appointed by the King, with the post of Mayor, elected by the town burgesses. 126 more words

This Week

2018, book 18, Lost at Sea, Bryan Lee O'Malley

★★★★☆ | Goodreads | Bookdepository*

The art style is what grabbed my attention in this graphic novel. I recognised it from somewhere but I could not place it anywhere. 166 more words

Book Reviews

Lost at Sea

It was a beautiful moment that suddenly just became a hazy, vague memory. A simple interaction that turned into months of cherished adventures and endless joy. 167 more words

Daily Prompt Posts

Writing Exercise: Bathroom Break

Location Unknown – 1825 (approx.)

It would’ve been so much easier to have been born a boy, but as I watch Curly take a piss over the port side, I am glad I am a woman in every way that counts. 217 more words


5 things to take to a desert island.

Firstly we assume that there is no option of immediate escape, endless food and clean water. I’d have a day to purchase everything I need and the thing’s I’ve chosen to take will help me to pass the time and keep me occupied until rescue. 344 more words

About Me


I lost myself in you,

I was caught up in the wave of my own emotions,

I became lost at sea,

I waited for you, 93 more words


Mini Reviews: A Symphony of Echoes by Jodi Taylor; The Problem of Pain by C. S. Lewis & Lost at Sea by Bryan Lee O'Malley

So… I can’t really stick to my previous format of writing out the titles of all the books getting a mini review cause that would just be a ridiculously long title. 351 more words