As a long time feminist but a short term lover of non-fiction I thought it was time to update my feminist recommendations to include some of the best non-fiction picks, I’ve read! I did a post all about my ‘feminist classics’ many months ago so for more recs click here Top Feminist non-fiction picks Difficult
I can’t remember how I came across ‘Anxious People’ by Fredrik Backman, but I’m so glad I did. As soon as I began to read it, I knew it was something truly special. I’m not someone who effuses about books very often, even though I’m a voracious reader, so the fact that I’m telling everyone
12 books for 12 months of the year. If you’re wondering what to get stuck into in 2021, we’ve got you covered. Steph’s Pick I have read a total of 56 books this year. I set myself a Good Reads challenge of 70, but with all the TV I’ve been watching I fell behind
In summer 2020, as news flooded in about the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor at the hands of police in the United States, people across the world voiced their anger and commitment to anti-racism. Large corporations ran advertising campaigns, museums posted anti-racism statements, sports players took the knee and individuals posted black squares
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Despite the rollercoaster of a year 2020 has been, Christmas is the one event that seems to be bringing some much needed joy to many families all over the world. From Christmas trees and lights being put up since October, to teeming anticipation of Christmas catalogues and
Christmas is fast approaching and the latest shiny hardback releases are on all of our wish lists. But I want you to pause for a moment before you automatically login to your Amazon account. There are lots of other ways to buy books that support creators and independent retailers. They also give you the opportunity
After a construction accident in which he loses his right arm and his divorce, Edgar Freemantle moves from Minnesota to Florida to begin what his psychiatrist described as a “geographic cure.” He rediscovers his love of painting and finds that he is good at it, but his paintings seem to have something “more” to them.
I have always loved books. I have always been reading books. I have always been buying books. I have always loved the smell of books. I have always loved art books, history books, fictions, autobiographies, coffee table books. I love books. I have always loved the smell of old books. I have always loved the
Hello, I am back with another book review! Today I’m going to talk about John Marciari’s Art of Renaissance Rome: Artists and Patrons in the Eternal City book. Marciari tells us the story of the artists, monuments, and patrons of Renaissance Rome in this book. I also learned new things, new words from this book.
Have you ever given up on love? When her boyfriend lets her down for the last time, Brooklyn bookshop owner Bea James makes a decision – no more. No more men, no more heartbreak, and no more pain. Psychiatrist Jake Steinmann is making a new start too, leaving his broken marriage behind in San Francisco.