7 Bookish Problems Every Bookworm Can Understand
As most bookworms will tell you, there’s so much to love about books. Reading them, collecting them, sniffing them. But as blissful as all that sounds, being a bookworm also has its challenges.
My picks for Best Books of 2022
Another year has come and gone and as we enter 2023, we carry with us the hopes of finally getting around to our physical unread TBR and gushing over the many upcoming releases that we can’t wait to read. Before we look ahead to a new and exciting reading year, let’s take a moment to…
Book Review | All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir
More than just the framing of anguish and trauma, All My Rage is also a story of promise, of channelling rage and injustice into overcoming adversity and this made the story so appealing, as we want to see these characters flourish and surmount difficult obstacles.
Book Review | Detransition, Baby by Torrey Peters
Detransition, Baby was a transgressive and irresistible read, unafraid to push boundaries, to be distinctively unconventional and to hope for more.
Another Reading Challenge! The BI-FURIOUS Readathon 2022
If the ubiquity of Readathons in the online book community wasn’t enough, I decided we needed another one.
Book Review | Honey & Spice by Bolu Babalola
I was struck by the lush prose and deeply emotive voice, so of course I was keen to read her latest release; Honey & Spice.
The Modern Craft: Powerful Voices on Witchcraft Ethics, Edited by Claire Askew and Alice Tarbuck
These essays are spiritually-minded, elusive, yet radical, political and empirical.
What’s New? Book Reviews, Booktube & Rebranding
So, what’s new? Apart from the sweltering UK heatwave currently among us and trying to maintain healthy hydration levels, there’s been lots of activity in the book world.
50th Anniversary London Pride 2022 Pictures
On the 2nd of July, London celebrated its 50th Anniversary Pride Parade which saw over 1.5 million attendees.