If you’ve ever felt the stinging loss of a relationship that drifted apart– and who hasn’t — then The Red Book is for you. Deborah Copaken Kogan authored this beautiful book…
There are few things that I love more than curling up with a stack of good books and a warm blanket as the seasons change from cool to colder in…
Women have spent centuries banning together just to be heard. And one of the most effective ways we’ve done this is through poetry.
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.
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.
Gala Darling is the author and creator of the worldwide movement, Radical Self Love. She’s motivated so many women to change their lives and how they think.
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!
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.
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”.
Once upon a time the library was a place of adventure but when we grew up the romance was lost in essay deadlines and stressed out students. Join me and begin your love affair with the library once more.
Give us your top ten suggested reads – Jess