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.
Watch & Read
For me this faultless combination is the classic collision of a film and food. When selected right these are two of my favourite things- perfect for Valentines Day whether to be enjoyed alone or as a themed get together for other Valentines Day avoiders.
For anyone looking to do the same experiment or looking for cool female voices to add to their library here is a list of 17 female writers
Find a comfy armchair, disappear under a blanket, dive into some of these masterful page turners, only to emerge in March when things are a bit less rubbish
Ah, books. Aren’t they great for losing yourself? But what if it gets a bit, well, same-y while you’re caught in your busy schedule? Before you know, you’ll start to wonder when…
I’ve always loved books. I used to be that little kid in reception (kindergarten for some), who used to sit in the corner, silent, nose buried in a book. That’s…
The dystopian genre has a certain allure, but this is why Jennifer Richards is “over it”.
The Little Paris Bookshop: This is a love story, and Perdu’s journey starts and ends with a woman. But it’s not just a love story. It’s a book about books.
Everybody enjoys reading a good, heartwarming tale of love, loss, hope and happiness which is exactly what you get with Who Do You Love by Jennifer Weiner.
J.K. Rowling cast a spell over us with her award-winning Harry Potter series. She’s my role model, and here’s why J.K. Rowling should be yours too.
Have you ever read a book that makes you cherish swallowing one sip of water? When I Was Young and In My Prime will do that.
Over the past couple of years online streaming giants like Netflix are drastically changing the landscape of the entertainment industry…
In honour of World Book Day yesterday, we looked through our favourites and decided it was a good day to appreciate poetry, because this seems to go amiss.
Created by two film-makers and filmed in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin over 10 years, Making A Murderer tells the real life-story of Steven Avery’s life.
If you haven’t yet heard of “Please Like Me,” prepare to experience the full realm of 20-something awkwardness in all its hysterical glory.