Jess Lord. 24. Lincoln, UK.


I’ve always been in awe of the power of the written word.

Be that from a novel, letter, article, report or blog – I’ve always loved reading something and thinking: ‘I absolutely love how they’ve put that.’

I wrote my first article when I was eleven, at primary school. I still have it. It was about the earthquake that occurred in Market Rasen in 2008… feel free to have a read (warning, it’s a little clunky – please be kind).

Who on earth Jenny Peters is, I’ll never know – and I’m very impressed at the speed in which the Sunday Times chose to relocate to Grantham – they obviously realised that it was the place to be!

Hopefully my writing has got a little better, and slightly more imaginative than an article about an earthquake, entitled ‘Earthquake’ – but hey, if not – please do feel free to drop me an email. Always looking for ways to improve: 

As well as writing the occasional blog, I’m also a big fan of houseplants, running, baking, and radio – speaking of which, I’m lucky enough to work full-time for BBC Radio Lincolnshire, on the Breakfast show! If you’d like to, you can follow what I get up to here… @jessicaannelord