A Day in Whitby

As the autumnal equinox neared, I took a trip to the north east of England to visit some friends for a well-deserved break and while I was at it -I was desperate to spend a day exploring Whitby. I've spent quite some time there before, including trying to explore it's cobbled lanes in my wheelchair… Continue reading A Day in Whitby

Gothic Classics perfect for Autumn and Winter

While I love revisiting Christmas tales like A Christmas Carol and taking comfort in festive poetry over the Christmas period, I also enjoy taking solace in some darker reads too. There's nothing quite like reading a book from the gothic or horror genre when the weather is often reflecting those gloomy landscapes the writer is… Continue reading Gothic Classics perfect for Autumn and Winter

Dark Reads for October

With the evenings drawing in earlier and the temperature dropping, October is the perfect time to take comfort in something cozy and warm, and preferably a really great book. I personally love darker reads all year round. There's something about a darker theme that keeps its reader more on edge and enthralled with its plot.… Continue reading Dark Reads for October