Hera; a powerful and poignant literary retelling

Can you believe it – I’ve never read any Greek mythology until now? One of my close friends who devours Greek mythology has been telling me for ages that I’ll love this genre. So as…

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Ghosts of the British Museum; powerful and fascinating non-fiction

I’ve only been to the British Museum once. It was about six years ago when I visited a friend for her birthday in London. Even though I like going to museums and art galleries, I…

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The F**k It! List; inspiring, moving and empowering

This is a novel that has had a real personal impact on me. The F**k It! List is so refreshing, relatable to many women and uplifting. It is funny too, yet it is much more…

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All You Need Is Love: The End Of The Beatles

How weird is this, but as I’m drafting this blog post Nowhere Man by the Beatles has just come on the radio. All You Need Is Love: The End Of The Beatles is a book…

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A Mother’s Love: Interview with Hazel Eggleton

Like many readers I love psychological thrillers – I find many of them so thought-provoking and fascinating. So when I discovered that Hazel Eggleton, the author of Lucky Stars, a fantastic YA novel that I…

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