Women have spent centuries banning together just to be heard. And one of the most effective ways we’ve done this is through poetry.
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Cannery Row, by John Steinbeck, is about a community of people who live on a certain strip in Monterey where they find happiness in their simple lives.
I came across Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey and the timing couldn’t have been more perfect. These words came to me when I needed them the most.
Yes, we all know the familiar shouts of exasperation we’ve shared with family and friends because we can’t believe that the network pulled the plug on our weekly binges. And I’m not talking about the mainstream fan-favourites
“Enjoy” is a faith-filled illustrative, scriptural based book on experiencing the fullness of life, and truly learning how to enjoy life in general. They cover the basis with scripture such as 1 Thessalonians that says to “rejoice always”.
Wasted resonated with me at a time when I needed someone to tell me I was sick. It helped me understand myself in a way no other book has, articulating as it did everything I wanted to say but couldn’t at the time. It was the only raw, and real thing in my life.
After the incredible success of her debut album “Badlands,” expectations for Halsey are higher than ever when she announced that we are entering into a new era. Her sophomore album – Hopeless Fountain Kingdom – is set to be released on June 2.
Wondering which Jane Austen book to read next or not sure where to start? This guide is for you! A simple breakdown of Austen’s best loved novels with helpful comparisons to pair you up with the perfect novel!
It goes without saying that we all need a little lady music in our lives. Here is a list of five women who are bound to peak your interest or even just provide you with new lyrics for your Instagram captions.
Spring has bounced (ahem) into our lives. It’s the season where the world pops up again, refreshed after winter. Even Taylor Magazine, too, was reborn; our lovely new-look website fits with the times better than ever. But, as usual, it got me thinking about books. Just what do us writers do with the season?
Some of you may spring clean your closets or your kitchens; if you’re lazy like me, you spring clean playlists. If you’re on the hunt for some new tunes or just a new playlist, hopefully this can help you out.
The TV miniseries called Big Little Lies is based on a book written by Liane Moriarty. It has been brought to the screen in the form of just seven episodes, interpreted by great actresses such as Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon or Zoë Kravitz.
It’s only been out for a week on Netflix and already 13 Reasons Why has gained the attention of people across the world. But why? Because it’s a stunning, tragic story that is a reflection on today’s society that everyone needs to watch.
Beauty and the Beast has broken the Disney box office record for the highest opening weekend for a live action remake and made £18.4 million in the UK its opening weekend alone, but what is the cause of its success? Is it profiting on nostalgia or breathing new life into a classic?
I picked up Thanks for the Trouble just before entering my senior year of high school and I finished it feeling more inspired than ever. This clever novel contains an important message that is definitely worth the read.