Hello. Hope you’re ok. I spent a good chunk of time trying to find one of my favourite reads from my childhood last week and, after finding it, I went on to find other books that unlocked memories. I was born in 1995, not a time of great diversity in publishing if we’re looking at … Continue reading Going back to the early 2000’s. What I read as a child.
those tasks that are really difficult / which require effort / i am no longer resilient / i mind / i bruise / i no longer work shit out for myself / unravelling all the knots / when i attempted a task / steps forward / it felt like i stumbled instead / and twisted … Continue reading i bruise: A Poem
No sleep for twenty hours. No food for ten.And a ward full of soon-to-be mothers... Midwives are there for us at some of the most challenging, empowering and defining moments of our lives. From heart-wrenching grief to the pure joy of a new-born baby, midwife Leah Hazard has seen it all. But life on the … Continue reading Non-Fiction books roundup reviews.
Ruth is thirty years old. She works as a nurse in a care home and her fiance has just broken up with her. The only thing she has left of him is their shopping list for the upcoming week.Starting with six eggs, and working through spaghetti and strawberries, apples and tea bags, this inventive novel … Continue reading My Thoughts on the beautifully written Shelf Life by Livia Franchini
Hi. I hope you’re OK. A few bits and pieces I would like to share with you. First of all, Ghost City Press every summer - since 2016? have published a series of chapbooks by a variety of writers that are completely free, with the option to donate however much you like to the author, … Continue reading I have NEWS