Blog, Dawn of Eternity, Writing

The Importance Of Flow

'Being in the zone' is something I believe we are all familiar with, be it in regards to writing or even cooking; there is a point when you harmonize with your task at hand, and effort seemingly melts away. So, whilst this certainly applies to our state of being, I think it is also something… Continue reading The Importance Of Flow

Blog, Dawn of Eternity, Reading, Writing

A Write Good Opportunity

So today I found out that I was successful in becoming part of team who are starting a project similar to Blinkist. If the name is new to you as well, the concept is a simple one: render down the contents of book into smaller, more manageable content for people who wish to absorb the… Continue reading A Write Good Opportunity

Blog, Dawn of Eternity, Gothic, Reading

The Gospel of Filth

I've been a complete fan of Cradle of Filth for a very long time, and I discussed why here. So it is only natural I leapt at the opportunity to purchase something limited edition, many years back, and given the current month, feel that it would be appropriate to post some dark, gloomy pictures for… Continue reading The Gospel of Filth

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Moodboards: Why You Should

I am a very visual person, and though possessed with a strong gaze (my friend hated it sometimes!), I really am absorbing information from whatever I am looking at. For me, to gaze upon something is to read it like a book. Ironic, I guess! So I'm sure you can see where I am going… Continue reading Moodboards: Why You Should

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Blog, Book Review, Sherlock Holmes

Story Review: The Red-Headed League – Sherlock Holmes

I've always been a fan of Holmes, and though many may say it, it's honestly true. There's something about the stories and how they are written, that manages to envelope you in a great sensation of the moment, created by the words without bias. You can appreciate the warm fireplace and cosy interior of Baker… Continue reading Story Review: The Red-Headed League – Sherlock Holmes