Disability, My Life

Bearing Disability: Gaming for the Blind by Jonathan Morgan — Little Sea Bear

Hi everyone. One of the constant suggestions I have received from people is to write about gaming. As a child, I would often play Spyro, Mario, Nintendogs, Pokemon, Tarzan and more, but I am no longer a gamer and only play The Sims now. So today, Jonathan Morgan has agreed to write a guest post […]Bearing… Continue reading Bearing Disability: Gaming for the Blind by Jonathan Morgan — Little Sea Bear

Entertainment, Film, Reviews

Four Kids and it (2020) Film Review

★★ Four Kids & It (2020) is a modern take on the original film made in 2004. Starring Paula Patton, Matthew Goode, Russell Brand and Michael Caine. The story is based around a family holiday to Cornwall and the acquaintance of a magical creature that has the ability to grant wishes. Whilst the original film… Continue reading Four Kids and it (2020) Film Review

Entertainment, Film, Reviews

Blithe Spirit (2020) Film Review

★ Blithe Spirit is a fantasy comedy starring Leslie Mann, Dan Stevens, Isla Fisher and Judie Dench. It is based on a writer who has suffered from writer's block but accidentally summons the spirit of his deceased ex-wife. The spirit allows the writer to overcome his hiatus and write with renewed vigour.  He also fantasies… Continue reading Blithe Spirit (2020) Film Review

Disability, My Life

Technology and Disabled People — My life Kerry’s Way

Technology is pretty much at our fingertips no matter where we turn these day, from Smart speakers, new smartphones coming out each year, cars with built-in wifi, and music and television can be accessed from almost anywhere. To some the idea of being unplugged and off grid can seem like something that exists only in […]Technology… Continue reading Technology and Disabled People — My life Kerry’s Way

Entertainment, Film, Reviews

Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019) Film Review

★★ Pokémon Detective Pikachu is a fantasy comedy film starring Ryan Reynolds, Justice Smith, Kathryn Newton and Bill Nighy. The story is centred around the original events of the Pokémon game series and the Mewtwo accident that led to the death of Tim Goodman's father. Tim travels to Ryme City to meet his father's former… Continue reading Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019) Film Review

Entertainment, Film, Reviews

Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) Film Review

★ This new release stars Jim Carrey, James Marsden, Ben Schwartz and Tika Sumpter. The story is the same cookie-cutter plot from our childhood gaming adventures, with a dull sense of humour and goofy animations. With such a great cast, especially Carrey who is a great comic, I was expecting a fun and exciting film.… Continue reading Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) Film Review

Disability, My Life

Bearing Disability: Battling Anxiety with Cognitive Behaviour Therapy — Little Sea Bear

My mental health isn’t one that I talk about much on here. I’ve had anxiety since I can remember, although the doctors were reluctant to give it a name until I was twenty. 39 more wordsBearing Disability: Battling Anxiety with Cognitive Behaviour Therapy — Little Sea Bear

My Life, Student Life

Genre Fiction: A Crime Novel – Imogen’s Dark Secret

I experimented the different genres for my genre fiction module submission. These were horror, crime, Sci-fi and fantasy. Before deciding which one to use, I wanted to really push myself out of my comfort zone and try something new. I had a think about the creative projects that were on the back burner for me… Continue reading Genre Fiction: A Crime Novel – Imogen’s Dark Secret

My Life, Student Life

Writing Genre Fiction: A Crime Novel

Today I submitted my first piece of creative fiction for my MA. After a rocky start with the prospect of a delay in studying, I was pleasantly surprised. All of my course mates are very nice and this made classes a lot easier and more fun. Sometimes I talk with fellow writers casually. Though it's only… Continue reading Writing Genre Fiction: A Crime Novel

Changing Places Reviews

‘Changing Places’ Tesco Superstore, New Milton

The location of this Changing Places was very good within the shop as it was away from other toilet facilities, hopefully meaning it is less likely to be used by the wrong people. Additionally, as you go into the Tesco there is a sign with the correct symbol to indicate to this toilet facility is… Continue reading ‘Changing Places’ Tesco Superstore, New Milton