This week has been insanely busy! I had the privilege to undertake work experience at Shooting Star, a lovely PR/Marketing company in Lincoln, and offer my assistance at an Open Day at the University of Lincoln.
I will be writing a blog feature on my time at Shooting Star, but I can say that I had the most enjoyable time with the team, who all welcomed me openly and were so friendly. I leant so much and it has definitely progressed my ambition to be a part of the PR world.
The Open Day was a great experience to be able to see young students consider their future – that was me not that long ago! I surprised myself with how open and confident I was with talking to people about my time at the Uni and offering my assistance for tours and answering questions.
Not surprisingly, I haven’t been able to find loads of time to catch up on reading. So that means I am still slowly progressing through ‘The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo’. I am hoping to start picking it up more and make some progress – to see my thoughts as I’m reading, check out my Goodreads!
I’ve finally finished watching the third season of Jessica Jones! I think people have been quite harsh on it with their reviews, because I really enjoyed it and thought the storyline captured some really interesting moral questions. I can’t wait to write my thoughts on it.
Again, I have been busy so my blogs have been sparse this week. I’m looking forward to getting right back into it and dedicating time to getting some scheduled.
Some of these books I’ve been bought as a gift, or have been meaning to read for ages and just simply want to get round to this year! These are my top books, that I want to read in 2021. Lightbringer, by Claire Legrand: Technically, a bit of a cheat one because I’m reading it… Read more
Book Review Books: Clockwork Angel, Clockwork Prince and Clockwork Princess Author: Cassandra ClareYear: 2010, 2011, 2013Pages: 243, 498, 567 I decided to read all three books before I wrote a review of this series, mainly because I didn’t want to stop reading and just wanted to carry on and get to the end. That’s how… Read more
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