Month: August 2018


This month, I began a new feature on my Facebook page called “Lyrics of the day”. Each day I share some lyrics from one of my favourite songs that are encouraging, motivating and positive! Here are some examples: To view future posts like this and react, comment and share them, […]

We speak to Marsha De Cordova, Shadow Minister for Disability

This article was originally published on online magazine Disability Horizons who I regularly write for as a freelance journalist. _______________________________ Labour MP and Shadow Minister for Disability Marsha De Cordova, is visually impaired due to the condition nystagmus, which causes the eyes to constantly move. Our writer, Emma Purcell, interviewed […]

Album Review: Erratic Cinematic by Gerry Cinnamon

___________________________________ Artist’s Name: Gerry Cinnamon Genre: Indie rock, folk rock, acoustic blues & singer/songwriter Founded: 2014 Originated From: Glasgow, UK Discography: Erratic Cinematic (Album, 2017) ___________________________________ Although his debut album has been released for nearly a year now, I only came across Gerry Cinnamon when his single “Sometimes” was played […]

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