Charlotte Haining is a family friend of mine, and someone whom I have known since I was a little girl (and is older sister to Jack, who I interviewed back in November). I sat down to ask Charlotte a few questions on her career so far and here are her answers. I hope you enjoy this little question and answer session.

An Interview with Charlotte Haining

Evening! Hope you're all well and that your week is going swimmingly so far. This week, again has been really, really quiet but eventful (and scarily coincidental on Monday) but I'm slowly getting into the zone of revision... 

...What has been Wonderful (and slightly spooky) this Wednesday

Wonderful Wednesday

I have been meaning to start my new series 'Fresh Finds Playlist' for absolutely ages but, in all honesty, from about October to *takes a huge gasp* to about February, I was stuck in what I call 'Little Comets Rut'. However, it all turned around the end of February/beginning of March, I began listening to a wider variety of music (thank god!).

Fresh Finds Playlist

Evening! Hope you're all well and this week has been a-okay so far. This week, for me anyway, has been quieter than most so far, which I quite like in all honesty!

What has been wonderful this Wednesday...

Wonderful Wednesday

Little Comets w/ Model Aeroplanes at Fibbers, York on Friday 6ᵗʰ March 2015
It was freezing, when Ella, Rachel and I arrived at around 7:20 PM (bearing in mind my attire for the evening was merely a dress and denim jacket), but we were quickly let through into the building. We’re actually ‘in’ after being ID’d (this is bound to happen with myself looking about twelve) with a stamp that certifies us to be provided with alcohol.

Gig Review: Little Comets & Model Aeroplanes @ Fibbers, York

'Ey up! How's tha doin'? (FYI: That's Yorkshire dialect for: 'Hello! How are you?'). I am so happy today! Why? It's halfway through a new week and I'm actually on top of everything and exciting things have been/and are happening...

...What has been wonderful this Wednesday

Wonderful Wednesday

"Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same” 

"I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will

I was introduced to Charlotte and Emily Brontë after visiting Haworth, and the Parsonage Museum, with my mum and other friends, for one weekend. I was about the age of eight, and I fell in love. There was something in their writing that I had never encountered in any of the children's books I had read at a younger age. I had been so naïve and they opened up a completely new perspective and new world to me. Their works are truly extraordinary and inspiring to me, with the ideology of Feminism running throughout them. These sisters, completely, went against the norms of Victorian literature, shocking their audiences with their stories and were completely revolutionary at the time (although I don't think anyone would disagree, that they aren't, now, more than ever). 

The Female Writers That Made Me Who I Am

I asked on twitter quite a few weeks ago, if anyone would like to see, I quote, "a blog post of how I keep organised (just with life)". A few people jumped at the chance of screaming "Yes please!" and clicking that favourite button like there was not tomorrow, so I obliged and here we have it... I hope you find this, somewhat useful! 

Keeping Organised on a Daily Basis

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