Purchase from Angus and Robertson Bookworld "In poor areas people steal your phone. In rich areas people steal your pension." (Smith 2012, p. 134) Zadie Smith's NW is urban fiction at its best. Smith explores a dark world of poverty in one of the worlds' most affluent cities, London. NW is urban realism. Smith does not sugar-coat and … Continue reading Review: NW by Zadie Smith
If we were having coffee I would firstly apologise for missing our date last weekend. I've had a super busy two weeks and haven't been able to blog as much as I would have liked. But here I am; I'm all yours now. Lucky you! So, as promised in my last coffee share, here's my … Continue reading Weekend Coffee Share #3
I'm constantly being asked questions about my writing. What are you working on? When will it be published? How much money will you make? Why would you write something you're not getting paid for? The questions always seem to lead to money. But that's not why I write. I write because I enjoy it. I … Continue reading Why Do I Write?