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Coffee Time Tuesdays: What We’re Reading, a Book Club Update and New Book Release
Defeating the January slump with a bit of help, and an exciting new release in today’s column
‘It Starts With Us’: A Sequel to Remember
It Starts With Us is more than a book. It is an experience that one should take at least once in their lifetime. This is why.
Female Friendships and Self-Love: a Memoir of Lessons
Irreverently witty, funny, and heartfelt, ‘Everything I Know About Love’ is an excellent handbook for navigating life.
The Book That Everyone Needs To Read
This is why ‘It’s Not OK to Feel Blue (and other lies)’ is a must-read for anyone who would like to be a better supporter and protector of mental health.
If You Loved ‘The Scarlet Letter’, You’ll Love This Book Even More
A feminist take on what could have inspired the famous classic, and the perfect autumn read
‘Washed Over’ Will Open Your Eyes to The Complexities of Identity and Language
Reinfred Dziedzorm Addo’s latest poetry collection is powerful, bold, and speaks some profound truths
The Book of the Summer
‘Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow’ by Gabrielle Zevin is the one book you need to read before this summer ends
‘Loveless’ Is the Celebration of Friendship the World Desperately Needs Right Now
A story of love in all its deepest forms, proving romance is not essential to a happy life
This Violent Fantasy Is The Best Book I’ve Read In 2022
Fantasy has been one of my favourite genres for as long as I can remember. I love getting caught up in the rich and imaginative worlds, losing myself in the pages for hours at a time. Some of my most beloved books include fantasy classics such as The Name of the Wind by Patrick RothfussContinue reading “This Violent Fantasy Is The Best Book I’ve Read In 2022”