I’ve written a lot this year, on all kinds of topics. I thought as we’re approaching the end of 2014, it was time for a quick rundown of the year’s most popular blog posts.
This is by far and away the most read post I’ve written this year. So if you’re still struggling for Christmas gift ideas for the book lover in your life, this might be a good place to start.
One of the high points of my year was visiting Iceland for the second time. It’s a beautiful, very photogenic country all year round, but there’s something special about seeing it in winter.
Another post from my Iceland trip, this time full of photos of some of the countryside’s more spectacular features, including a little video filmed at Geysir.
If you’re at all introverted, you might appreciate these thoughts on what it means to be a ‘quiet person’.
September this year saw me reach a great milestone: two years of blogging! I offered a few thoughts on what that means to me.
Do you need help finding some good books to read over the holidays? Then these tips might come in useful.
This is a question I struggled with for a long time. Do you have to be published before you can be a writer? What about self-published? Is it enough to write regularly?
What do you think?
Part of a series on my hometown of Middlesbrough, in this post I talk about choosing to stay in a small town when the lure of the big city shines bright.
Further thoughts on life in the North East.
Another travel post, this time focusing on the fantastic, quirky street art that can be found all over Reykjavik. Check out the photos here.