Listen to the voices of women of colour in Bernadine Evaristo's Girl, Woman, Other - an important text for intersectional feminism, and a must read.
For World Book Day, here is a list of my favourite books of all time. These are eight quality narratives that will keep you turning pages.
This year, I read Jeanette Winterson's Written on the Body. It's a fantastic example of LGBT love and desire that I definitely recommend.
Ian McEwan's 1978 novel The Cement Garden is short, gritty, and quite unsettling for a 2020s readership. Here's my mini review.
Notes from a Small Island by Bill Bryson is every UK visitor's dream read - a funny and insightful account of one man's journey to the corners of Great Britain.
Here’s another review to go alongside my Books and Tea reading challenge. I picked Altar of Eden as my Why Haven’t I Read This Yet? title, as I got it from a quirky bookshop on a day trip to Canterbury.…
Literature isn't just written by stuffy, old, white men. Some of the greatest novels ever written are by BAME authors, and should be on all our bookshelves if we want to promote a more equal society.
This is my first completed book in my Books and Tea reading challenge. Recently, I’ve become a serial ‘Did Not Finish’er, but Queenie has broken my habit. Related: New year, New me Challenges I first discovered the book through a…