A Rainbow of Love: My Thoughts RE Marriage, Religion, Politics and Multi-coloured Cookies

So, do I have the right to speak up for the LGBT community when I feel they are mistreated? Do I have the right to celebrate with them when progress comes into fruition? Even if that progress is just a drop in the ocean?


Farage Fatale

Farage Fatale: Born from the term ‘femme fatale’ — a stock character of a mysterious and seductive woman whose charms ensnare her lovers, often leading them into compromising, dangerous, and deadly situations.

Tickled Pink Easter Eggs, Bunny Lovin’ Goddessness

Yes, simultaneous to mourning Christ’s death (proper sad) and resurrection (believe what you will), Easter is also a pagan festival — a time to honour Eostre, the Great Mother Goddess of the Saxon people in Northern Europe; Goddess of fertility (hence the bunny and egg symbolism, and the ambience of spring — a season for mating). Is it a coincidence that such superpowers are attributed to a Goddess and not a God?


Originally posted on The Chronicles of Nadia:
 In many respects, a persons name says a lot about who they are and is indicative of the impact they have on others. So it should come as no surprise to learn that  the name ‘Kim’ means bold, brave and golden. It’s said that people with the name…

High Fives All Round! Celebrating Half a Decade of…The Writers’ Revelation Revolution.

Dear friends, Today, I’m celebrating what is probably one of my biggest achievements to-date. Five years ago today, I officially launched Scribble Ink Story Consultancy – a social enterprise dedicated to mentoring writers throughout their creative process (www.scribbleink.com). From humble beginnings in the corner of my imagination, Scribble Ink has leaped through its elementary years and become…

Katie Hopkins Must Die

We all think these incidences of racial hatred are wrong. They leave pharmaceutically bitter tastes in our mouths, burn our stomachs and chill our skins…right? Right? RIGHT?!

Sadly. Nope.

Harry Belafonte Was Right About Jay-Z

…Many thanks to Jessica Ann Mitchell (fondly known as JAM) for sharing wikedly-wonderful-writerly-wisdom in such an engaging and vibrant way. Although we may not know each other, it seems we share very similar sentiments…and so I had to share this blog with all my mates 😉


Originally posted on The Chronicles of Nadia:
This afternoon I received a call from my Aunt. Through her tears, she asked me to get to London Hospital as fast as I could – It was Nan… By the time I got there, she was gone. I stayed with Nan and the rest of my loved…

Khazimah – letter to the unborn

Who says killing time on BuzzFeed is a waste? On a quiet Wednesday evening, I thought to quash the moral indignation that is, ‘willingly being sucked into the vortex of celebrity observation and consumer-scouting-nothingness’, and consequently, managed to form the below. This pseudo-prophetic-piece-of-prose encompasses all I may have been in a past life, all I…

A Letter To My Sister: The Magic In Reading

Although she is 12 years my junior, my sister is one of my heroines. Recently diagnosed with  asthma, scoliosis and turner syndrome, this young superhero continues to remain optimistic and upholds a zeal for life that some adults would find a challenge if they had her struggles. Rhyanne loves to dance, play piano and like…