I’m a 30-something London-based writer, blogger, historian, feminist, activist, music geek, bookworm, amateur photographer and official dreamer of many dreams. I read omnivorously and write compulsively.
I’m fascinated by music, film, photography, art, politics, history, football, comedy and philosophy.
I drink too much coffee and smoke too many roll-ups. I like beer and interesting people – preferably at the same time, if at all possible.
I’m inspired by anyone who is politically engaged, anyone with integrity, anyone with the courage of their convictions, anyone who loves a good debate, anyone who is prepared to stand up for what they believe in, anyone who is passionate about what they do.
Oh, and anyone who can make me laugh…
My approach to blogging is very neatly summed up by Neil Gaiman, who is (coincidentally) one of my favourite writers:
Use your blog to connect. Use it as you. Don’t ‘network’ or ‘promote’. Just talk.
And talk I do…
“I was alone, I took a ride, I didn’t know what I would find there/Another road, where maybe I could see another kind of mind there” – The Beatles, ‘Got To Get You Into My Life’
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