The top ten books which have stayed with me

This is one ‘challenge’ that actually, I was pretty excited to be nominated for! I didn’t really want to clog up everyone’s Facebook feeds with the ramblings of a Literature student, so I thought it would be a great excuse for a blog post.

From year two to year three

So way back in September 2013, I wrote this blog post setting myself some challenges to achieve in my second year at Warwick University. Now that I have officially finished second year, received my results and found out that I have actually passed to continue into the third year of my degree, I thought itContinue reading “From year two to year three”

Goals for year two

So, on Tuesday I am moving into my new house in the lovely Leamington Spa. Away from home, back to university again, and this year, as my degree counts, I’m going to have to be a proper grown-up. Oh dear.

In progress: The Campus 50 Challenge

Some of you may have seen from my previous blog post that Andy King set me a challenge yesterday. Here is the list which I shall keep regularly updated over the course of my degree to portray my achievements. The challenge began at around 10pm on 22 May 2013. You can see Andy’s progress here.Continue reading “In progress: The Campus 50 Challenge”

Does the Kindle spell the end for books in print?

About a year ago, I would have answered yes to the question I have proposed above, grabbed the aforementioned Kindle and thrown it back at Amazon in complete disgust. Fast-forward to present day and in fact, I would answer no, but interestingly enough would lovingly embrace the Kindle offered to me. I do believe thatContinue reading “Does the Kindle spell the end for books in print?”

Playing the time management game

When I decided that I would take an English Literature degree instead of a Journalism degree, I knew that I would be playing the time management game right from the very beginning.