Uncertainty is a major and scary part of life. “What Happens in Tomorrow World?” was a wonderful surprise and made me re-think my coping strategies and attitudes to stress.
‘The Two Lives of Lydia Bird’ sets a unique plot device that allows Josie Silver to examine how we move forward after the loss of someone dear.
Alastair Campbell reflects on his experience of living with depression over the course of a hectic and challenging career.
Junji Ito’s ‘Uzumaki’ should be a classic for the horror genre, for its originality and disturbing imagery that keeps you in a trance throughout. Here’s why.
Isabel Allende’s “The Soul of a Woman” portrays feminism worldwide and captures the beauty and challenges of old age. Here’s why it was a refreshing read!
Getting out of my comfort zone and reading a book I’d normally skip made me overcome a reading slump and find a 2021 favourite in ‘The Lost Apothecary’.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, I ask the question: How can men be better mentors and allies to women in a professional environment? It is in that vein that I provide my critique of this book.
Cautiously approaching Helen Macdonald’s latest after the deeply personal experience of reading (and re-reading) ‘H is for Hawk’
I found myself in Chloe, Dani, and Eve in different ways, and it felt like the ‘i’-s and ‘t’-s in myself were finally dotted and crossed.
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