•Provide articles on various topics, including the discussion of primary and secondary education when living with a disability •Regular contributor to the “Furry Therapy” section of the magazine highlighting benefits of keeping pets •Penned a larger article for the magazine examining discrimination and neglect of the disabled, compiled from personal experience and experience of others •Currently leading a campaign to expand NHS funding for individuals living with M.E.
•Wrote a piece of short “flash” fiction entitled M.E. describing the progression and realisation of long-term illness •Was able to utilize feedback constructively after the first draft, subsequently re-writing elements of the piece in order to fit the magazine’s stance of “good writing” •Stays up to date with the magazine’s current and newly published pieces in order to retain a good measure of their individualistic style •Keeps excellent communication with magazine representatives in order to write further for the as soon as opportunities arise
•Updates the store’s Chart, Promotional Ends and “Richard and Judy Book Club” areas weekly, with a complete alteration once a fortnight, ensuring the currency of the book department •Successfully completing range reviews on particular genres in accordance to company policy, and carrying out and processing book recalls on a weekly basis •Liaising with colleagues on the book department to ensure tasks are skill appropriate, and carried out effectively •Utilises the company’s Intranet system in order to retrieve daily updates, weekly reports and book news, as well as search and organise customer orders •Ensure the care of the department through general replenishment, and monitoring the “Top 100” list on both the fiction and non-fiction departments
BA (Honours) (ongoing - completion in 2018)
GCSE; A Level Studies