Book Review. On Agoraphobia by Graham Caveney.

I thought sometimes the fiction blurred into the non-fiction, as Graham Caveney blends his life experiences with examples from literature in On Agoraphobia. It was startling to me, to think of people like Emily Dickinson used as examples in On Agoraphobia, of having that affliction because I just have never thought of it before. Without … Continue reading Book Review. On Agoraphobia by Graham Caveney.

Book Review. My Mess is a Bit of a Life Adventures in Anxiety by Georgia Pritchett.

With a Miranda Hart endorsement, a bright yellow and orange cover and play on words in the title, My Mess is a Bit of a Life piqued my interest immediately. Although, funnily enough, the layout of this book at first gave me anxiety. It felt so out of order, the events of Georgia’s life from … Continue reading Book Review. My Mess is a Bit of a Life Adventures in Anxiety by Georgia Pritchett.

Book Review. Gut Feelings: Coping with Cancer and Living with Lynch Syndrome by Sam Rose.

Gut Feelings is a well written memoir, and informative. The book educated me on what Lynch Syndrome is, as I hadn’t been aware of it. In Gut Feelings Sam Rose writes about her diagnosis, and the treatment she received for cancer, and the after effects it had, the mental and emotional impact.

Book Review. Hungry by Grace Dent.

From an early age, Grace Dent was hungry. As a little girl growing up in Currock, Carlisle, she yearned to be something bigger, to go somewhere better. Hungry traces her story from growing up eating beige food to becoming one of Britain's best-loved food writers. It's also everyone's story - from cheese and pineapple hedgehogs … Continue reading Book Review. Hungry by Grace Dent.