Am I the only one who finds 'About Me' posts so damn awkward? But hey, apparently we've all got to have one so I thought, after repeatedly writing and deleting versions of one, now that I have a hopefully-new-and-improved blog I should finally post a half-decent attempt at one. So yeah, Shwmae guys, and here's a list of things that you may want to know about this semi-coherent, semi-unstable blog author:
  • Reminders of the Changing Time comes from a song called Hunstanton Pier by my favourite band in the whole world, Deaf Havana. I've seen them live five times with my sister and every time I have hear the song, no matter if it's live or just popping up on my iTunes, I cry like a fucking baby. It means a lot to me and I know that it always will do.
  • I'm a sucker for anything subversive when I read, mostly in the form of books that put forward completely new ideas or new ways at looking at old ones.
  • I bought a fancy camera on an insomnia-induced online shopping spree during my first year of university and ever since it has been glued to my hand as I attempt to gain some sort of skill. And with the amount of beautiful places I visit, I honestly should be a lot better by now, but hey, onwards and upwards right?
  • I am originally from a minuscule, nondescript village exactly halfway between Leeds and Sheffield (the nearest Starbucks is half an hour away, I mean, come on..) but my heart, truly and completely, belongs to the Welsh capital. Although if I'm being honest, it's mostly because you can't get Welsh cakes in the midst of Yorkshire's rolling hills.
  • I'm pretty damn terrible at verbal communication and I know it's what a lot of people on the internet say all the time, but believe me, it's the truth. It's one of the main reasons why I like writing so much and have decided to set a blog up; to speak to people without really speaking to people... If that makes any sense at all.
  • So far I have three tattoos - "reminders of the changing times" on my clavicle, "through every dark night there is a brighter day" on my thigh, and a badly-done equal love sign on my ankle.
  • I'm completely head over heels in love with penguins. Most of the things in my room are covered with them, as well as my phone case and probably too many of my clothes. My favourite of all is a humongous penguin called Dave after the patron saint of Wales; he's so big, cuddly and was the official mascot of my uni house - the girls even bought him a Cymru shirt because, honestly, they love him more than they love me. Whenever Christmas or my birthday roll around, it's the go-to present of my friends and family because penguin-themed gifts are something that I could never be disappointed by.

Email || remindersofthechangingtime@yahoo.com

Goodreads || http://goodreads.com/remindersofthechangingtime
Twitter || @_changingtime
Instagram || @remindersofthechangingtime

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