My June 2020 Reading Wrap-Up!

June 2020 - a month full of further lockdown mayhem, upheaval, and life on furlough. And again, a whole lot of reading. Reading has definitely been my grounding constant during lockdown, filling me with joy and knowledge and sanity every day. I feel blessed to have so much free time for reading lately, and definitely … Continue reading My June 2020 Reading Wrap-Up!

REVIEW: Everything I Know About Love

After Chapter One, I knew I was a fan of Everything I Know About Love. After Chapter Six – a recipe for “hangover mac & cheese” – I knew this book would be a firm favourite for life. Everything I Know About Love is the hilarious, honest, and heart-warming memoir by award-winning journalist Dolly Alderton. … Continue reading REVIEW: Everything I Know About Love

Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race, and Why it is the Most Important Book I Have Ever Read

People are finally talking about race in the way we should have been for years. No longer is it acceptable for white people to bury their heads in the sand and spout meek excuses about it “not being my place to talk about racial issues”. It is deplorable that it has taken the murder of … Continue reading Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race, and Why it is the Most Important Book I Have Ever Read