This is a long one. Grab a cuppa and get comfy. I don’t know about you, but I feel overwhelmed. We’re on the final call for climate change. Make changes now or our children’s generation will suffer. Stop using single … Continue reading The final call…
Waiting for Wednesday is the third book in a series by Nicci French (fun fact, Nicci French is a pseudonym for husband and wife writers Nicci Gerrard and Sean French). The series follows psychotherapist Dr Freida Klein as the main … Continue reading Waiting for Wednesday: A review
Fifteen years ago my family bought tickets to go and see Miss Saigon at the Edinburgh Playhouse. I was studying Acting and Performance at college at the time and annoyingly I had a show on the same night as Miss … Continue reading Miss Saigon: A review
This book has recently been made into a film, but I didn’t actually know that when I started reading it. My friend told me once I was half way through and now I can remember seeing the trailer and I … Continue reading THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS: A REVIEW
Women’s Health are currently running a body positivity campaign. It’s all about acknowledging that health comes in all shapes and sizes and that for any one person those shapes and sizes may change over the years. The #inshapemyshape campaign involves … Continue reading In shape, my shape
It took me a whole month to read it, well nearly. 30th April to 25th May, so just short of 28 days to read the tome that is the 720 page A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara. A book that … Continue reading A Little Life: A review
Don’t touch me. I didn’t give you permission. You know that’s assault? You don’t, do you? I imagine you wouldn’t be doing it if you did. I hope you wouldn’t. You think it’s funny? It’s not. You slapped by bum … Continue reading Don’t touch me.