Sunday, 22 January 2017

My debut poetry pamphlet is going to be published!

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Hi everyone...

I am so glad that my debut poetry pamphlet will be published by the reputable V. Press!

I cannot say the title of my pamphlet or the date of publication yet, but please keep an eye on this blog in the following months as I will definitely be updating you guys!

Thank you for your support everyone :-)



Monday, 2 January 2017

I'm inviting you to my reading at Wolverhampton Original Literature Festival

I'm going to read my poetry at the first-ever Wolverhampton Literature Festival in January 28 and I want all of you to come, please :-) I promise you won't be disappointed and you will enjoy your time listening to my work :-)

It will be on January 28, from 4:15pm to 6:15pm at Wolverhampton Art Gallery.

With me, are fellow poets/writers who will also read their work, and there will be a chance for Q&A at the end of the performance.

Please click HERE for more info


Hope to see you there!
x

New Year! Taking all the eyebags away!

 
After all the late night parties, friends and family gatherings, it's very easy to overlook about our blood-shot, eye-bagged eyes.
 
On Boxing day (26th of Dec) when almost everything at the shops are >50% off, I got this eye roll for only £2! :-o So I tried it.
 
It's called Boots Botanics and it promises to target 'the appearance of dark circles and puffiness' around the eyes, for all skin types.
 
What do I love about it?
* it's cheap
*it feels so soothing to the eyes. (Probably because of the cool metal ball on the tip of the tube.
* the clear gel (note on th ebox: colour may vary due to natural ingredients) feels 'refreshing' in the skin, it's very mild and doesn't hurt my sensitive skin at all.
*The area around my eyes feel so refresh I love to use it whenever I feel sleepy/can't be bothered to get back that ebbulient glow in my eyes (could be psychological), but yeah, I feel refreshed and awakened! Which what we need in 2017 :-)
*Leaves the skin around my eyes feeling moisturised.
*There's no smell/fragrance to it.
 
Cons (although I wouldn't really like to call them 'cons')
*it leaves a shiny mark when it dries (like a slug mark? although apparently slug slime is good to your skin and is actually being used in some skin care products! lol.)
*I wouldn't really say it reduces the dark areas around my eyes, but I do feel a lot refreshed and awakens.
 
For 2 quid, you can't expect to be Sleeping Beauty beautiful, right? But at least I'm feeling more awakened!
 


Creative Future Literary Awards

I am very happy to announce that I have been given Platinum Award by Creative Futures Literary Awards for my poetry, Way Back Home. CFLA is...