How to Cure a Ghost and Being in Your body by Fariha Roisin and Monica Ramos - review
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Book review: How to Cure a Ghost by Fariha Róisín

I was sent copies of these titles for review purposes. All thoughts are my own. This post features affiliate links Over the summer, I saw a few Bookstagram accounts raving about early review copies of Fariha Róisín's How to Cure a Ghost. I didn't pay too much attention to it, other than to briefly swoon… Continue reading Book review: How to Cure a Ghost by Fariha Róisín

What I've been reading lately
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What I’ve been reading lately #20

Happy National Book Lovers Day! I thought I'd celebrate with a few mini reviews of what I've been reading lately, including a book which I have a feeling will be in my top five of the year. The Newcomer by Fern Britton I was invited to a launch event for the latest release from Fern… Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately #20

More books for feminists of all ages
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More books for feminists of all ages

Just under a year ago, I wrote a post called 'books for feminists of all ages', bringing together my reviews of more than a dozen feminist favourites. I've since reviewed more than 20 similarly themed titles, including some beautifully illustrated books for younger readers, so it's time for an updated list (with affiliate links). Up… Continue reading More books for feminists of all ages

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A few of my favourite things #86

How flippin' lovely has it been the last few days? I've been so grateful for the opportunity to take Jenson on a few adventures while we've been off work and nursery. Plus the weather has been gorgeous. Although I must remember to reapply the factor 50 regularly. Here's a look back at a few favourites.… Continue reading A few of my favourite things #86

what I've been reading lately
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What I’ve been reading lately #16

This post features affiliate links and a book which was sent for review purposes. All thoughts are my own. I try not to read two books from the same genre back to back, so my Goodreads list is pretty varied. My latest run of books includes chick lit, non-fiction and poetry - a very mixed… Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately #16

Roar by Cecelia Ahern
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Book review: Roar by Cecelia Ahern

This post features affiliate links Cecelia Ahern is one of my favourite writers. P.S. I Love You was the first book to make me cry and I've read almost everything she's written since (that damn TBR keeps growing!). I'm not too great at suspending my disbelief when it comes to novels, so I prefer the… Continue reading Book review: Roar by Cecelia Ahern

Empowering books for young readers
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Empowering books for young readers

[Ad - review. This post features books sent for review purposes and all thoughts are my own. This post also features affiliate links] Abrams + Chronicle are without a doubt my favourite publisher when it comes to beautiful books. My shelves are packed with stunning coffee table books and inspiring children's books - they really… Continue reading Empowering books for young readers

There Are Girls Like Lions - poetry book review
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International Women’s Day 2019

[Ad - review/giveaway. I was sent a copy of this book for review purposes and an additional copy to give away. All thoughts are my own. This post also contains an affiliate link] Happy International Women's Day! One of my goals this year is to read more poetry. I wasn't a fan throughout my years… Continue reading International Women’s Day 2019

All Hail the Queen: Twenty Women Who Rules by Jennofer Orkin Lewis and Shweta Jha - book review
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Book review: All Hail the Queen by Jennifer Orkin Lewis and Shweta Jha

[Ad - review. I was sent a copy of this book for review purposes and all thoughts are my own. This post also contains an affiliate link] Have I mentioned lately how much I'm loving this boom of inspiring feminist non-fiction? I spent nearly thirty years primarily reading and learning about male leaders, rulers and… Continue reading Book review: All Hail the Queen by Jennifer Orkin Lewis and Shweta Jha

Little Guides to Great Lives - review
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Book review: Little Guides to Great Lives

[Ad – review] This post features products sent for review purposes. All thoughts are my own. This post also contains affiliate links Have I mentioned lately how in love I am with the sheer volume of bad-ass female biographies available at the moment? Last year I wrote a post on books for feminists of all… Continue reading Book review: Little Guides to Great Lives