An ideal read that is guaranteed to get you out of a rut and prove that we are all only human!
It's been a while since I read a romance novel. What can go wrong when a mermaid is rescued from greedy fisherman by the loveable David Baptise?
What is it like to be a black British mother? Blogger Candice Brathwaite reveals her experience of racism, microaggressions and the devastating reality of living, that continues to go on. What can we do to tackle this?
What can you do with an evening in London - on your own? I did just that and LOVED it!
This didn't make quite so much of a splash as I thought it would (sorry). I share my view on Tom Daley's autobiography, where he shares his experience of growing up as an athlete, losing his dad, finding love and fatherhood
A novel inspired by the author's own experience at Harvard, navigating through language barriers, relationships, friendships and just being a student.
It's crazy how technology can become outdated very quickly - much like this book! But not for the reasons you might think... a practical book for anyone wanting more freedom to design a career that works for you
An empowering read that requires an open mind, revealing the dark secrets of the modelling industry, abuse of power, and Emily Ratajkowski's own experience making her way up to prove she is more than 'just a pretty face'
Another baffling book that won the Women's Prize for Fiction 2021 - can someone please tell me what premise I'm missing?!
I LOVE Irish novels and Frances Macken's debut novel is a great addition: a wholly uplifting, honest and unpredictable novel