Hello reader. So in my last post, I promised to follow it up with some tips that worked for me while I was looking for a job. I’ll talk a bit about general publishing job hunting and then specifically ELT/EAP publishing (which I work in), as that’s a bit more niche. First of all, my… Continue reading Job hunting/ interview tips!
Hello Reader! My apologies, once again, for being absent. Last time I could blame it on my dissertation, and this time I’m going to blame it on settling into working life and the holiday season. You know how it is: it’s Halloween, then November, then before you know it you’re pulling crackers and drinking bubbly… Continue reading The Job Search
Greetings! This month I have kindly been given the book The Dancing Girl and The Turtle by Karen Kao, published by Linen Press, to review as part of their blog tour. This book is a strong debut that lingers in your mind after the book is finished. Song Anyi’s life is not her own: the preconditions… Continue reading The Dancing Girl and The Turtle by Karen Kao
Hello Reader! Firstly: before you ask, no, my dissertation has not been submitted yet. Deadline is looming (8th September) but spirits are high! I am taking a day off today to do some planning and applying, and am currently attempting not to get sun-burnt on this lovely bank holiday weekend. An application I have submitted… Continue reading Desert Island Reads
Hello reader. I am writing to assure everyone out there that I am not dead, just enmeshed in writing the second chapter of my dissertation. I have never attempted to write something of this volume before, and have quickly gained a hero-worship-like admiration for people who have written a PhD thesis without having a breakdown.… Continue reading I was afraid something like this would happen…
Happy almost Easter! Since I last wrote, I have finished my term in Cardiff and am currently staying at my parents’ house for Easter break. Whilst being here I have been working on essays and doing some reading for my dissertation. This is still in very early stages, so the books I am reading now… Continue reading The Street by Ann Petry