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13 Comments Add yours

  1. mcgreevy1993 says:

    Hi Kayleigh, I’m going for an interview this week at Brighton Journalist works! i’ve been reading through your blog and your free-lance work is amazing! Would you mind telling me some stuff about the course when your free and how you’ve got on 🙂

    1. Hello!

      Thank you so much!

      Firstly, BJW is AWESOME. So much fun, and I’ve recommended it to loads of people now and they’ve all absolutely loved it. It’s intense (basically a full-time job), but so worth it. You get guaranteed work experience at the end, which is great as it’s not always easy to come by, and every now and then the BJW team will email round extra placements as and when they pop up. I managed to get an extra couple of work experience placements (one paid), one at Financial Express and one at Men’s Health, so you’re paying for a lot more than just the study time.

      If you decide to go ahead with the course and you want to prepare, I recommend getting at least the Marie Cartwright book to get started on the shorthand before you start. It helped me huge amounts, and I’m sure it helped me secure the coveted 100wpm!

      Let me know how you get on at the interview and if you decide to go ahead with the course 🙂 Good luck!

  2. lizziemoto says:

    Hello, I have just put a link to your blog from my blog, hope you don’t mind! Carole.

    1. Hi Carole! I don’t mind at all – I’d love to read your blog if you don’t mind sharing it with me 🙂

  3. Sarah Huddlestone says:

    Hi Kayleigh, I don’t know if this is the right place to post this message but I have been following your blog and wondered if you’d heard about this: I think it looks so hygge!

    1. Hi Sarah, I love it! I want one (or five…)

  4. Jim Holloway says:

    Hi! Just been reading about hygge, would like to offer my near-translation: nestiness. Nothing better on a cold wet day than going somewhere really nesty, a cafe with hot food and steaming cup of tea, music, newspapers to read; or going home and getting all nested up on the sofa with a quilt, a plate of food, and the telly.
    Hope you like the word!

    1. Ooh I like that a lot! I often refer to nesting in relation to hygge, so this fits well with my view of it too 🙂 Thanks for commenting!

  5. nzflyingsolo says:

    I love the look and design of your site! It’s beautiful 🙂

    1. Aww thank you, that’s so kind!

  6. Terry Lister says:

    Hi Kayleigh, I am writing to ask if you do reviews for genres other than your favorites. I am a first time author having written a book on an eight week trip to West Africa. I would love for you to read and review my book,lmmersed in West Africa which is the story of an eight week trip largely off the tourist grid. My book shares the adventures that came my way as well as those l sought out. I have received many good reviews but l know that reviews drive the commercial success of the book so l would very happy if you would be able to read and enjoy this story! Thanking you in advance for your kindness.

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