Writing a book can take a long time, whether you’re writing a children’s picture book, a cookery book, a self-help bible or a fantasy novel. It’s going to take time. From imagining and researching the characters, describing their world to thinking of plot twists and cliff hangers. But what happens when you finally put down the pen? Write the final sentence? Do you close your laptop and start on a new one? Forget all about it? Or do you dare to dream, and send off manuscripts to publishing houses?
I am absolutely thrilled to write that I have been nominated by the lovely Imogen (find her blog here!) for the ‘Sunshine Blogger Award.’ I am sure that by now regular bloggers know all about the award, but it is all about recognising other bloggers which you find inspirational and supportive. the idea of the award is to get to learn more about individual bloggers and help showcase blogs which you think really deserve some credit and love! Read More
As I sat amidst the volumes of both holiday makers and locals, there was a mist of calmness that overcame me. Sat watching the waves crash into the delicate rock pools below, smelling the salt and freshness from the coastal breeze which blew towards me, I felt as though I did not have a care in the world. They say that sometimes you have to just go with the waves, and at that moment I fully understood what they meant. The sea is a free being, it waits for no one, it is beautiful, calming yet at the same time, if you do not appreciate the great power it is, a dangerous slight of beauty.
Welcome to The Whayve. This is effectively going to be a way for me to share my photography portfolio with you along with sharing any (interesting) snippets, reviews or recommendations from my day to day life!
A photography, travel and lifestyle blog.
“You can’t cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water” – Rabindranath Tagore