I'm Mo and welcome to my corner of the internet. In a time where the wonders of the world still catches our breath, the ground beneath our feet quakes with an unnerving rhythm and we are forever waiting to see how our story unfolds whilst holding the pen with one hand and asking the world for more paper with the other, I chose to offer this lifetime an as-close-to-truth-itself version of me.

Here you will find me sharing my thoughts on things I love and would keep in a locket with an undetectable extension charm ( a quick shout out to all my HP fans - Whoop!). For as long as I can remember story-telling is something that greatly fascinates me, whether it is done cinematically, live or in print; I am sure my Movie Mondays, The TV Edit, The Web EditThe Stage Edit and Read it or Not series are proof of that. I have always dreamt of wielding words in a manner that could whisk readers to places that filled them with wonder, put a smile on their face, unknowingly help work through pain to find peace and surprisingly teach them something just like the work of many writers I adore did for me. And as I have grown older, what has also captivated my attention is discovering the stories of other people - people who step out on a leap of of faith as they share their work and love with the world time and time again. And whenever I am ever so fortunate enough to meet people whose projects have sparked intrigue in me and are willing to share a bit of their story with me, I bombard them questions and in turn share what they have to say with you under my 'And that's My Story' series. 

Now, how this as-close-to-truth-itself version of me is supposed to traverse these wild planes we live in and make a positive impact I am not too sure. As you can see I certainly do not have all the answers but I am certain that I will forever try to learn patience as I figure all that out... 

Patience is not sitting and waiting, it is foreseeing. It is looking at the thorn and seeing the rose, looking at the night and seeing the day. Lovers are patient and know that the moon needs time to become full.
— Rumi

All thoughts expressed here are those of a girl learning to navigate the world she lives in.