10 Reasons to read Non-Fiction
Many readers in the online book community would have you believe that reading non-fiction is akin to reading a dictionary page-by-monotonous-page for pleasure. We tend to view this field of literature as an entire complicated and burdensome genre on its own rather than what it actually is
Five Underrated Books
Last time, I posted my Top 5 picks for the most Overrated books right now in the book community online but today I wanted to do the opposite…
Book Discussion Video | Structural racism And Denialism in Britain
Today I thought I would share my most recent Booktube video here on my blog as well. I develop the themes of structural racism and denialism in Britain with the help of some non-fiction books I’ve read recently.
Don’t Touch My Hair by Emma Dabiri
I loved the dynamics of the writing that was at times highly academic and at other at times casual. It covers various different aspects of afro hair, de-stigmatising the negative connotations synonymous with black hair types from a spiritual, political, philosophical and even mathematical vantage point.
The Bi-ble Book Of Bisexuality
The Bi-ble is a collection of essays written by an extremely diverse cast of bi/pan and queer individuals…their experiences all reflect a larger issue of having one’s sexual identity diminished, marginalised or written off as just a stepping stone to being gay and therefore not valid.
These books will change your negative opinion of Non-Fiction
As it would turn out, not all books of this genre are gargantuan-sized political or historical verbiage, with cryptic equations and analyses and graphs.
Such Is Love by Petra Hassall
Such Is Love is written in an accessible and structured way that is easy to connect with. It debunks psychoanalytical jargon such as Displacement Theory and Transactional Analysis and applies such terms practically,