The way she jumps right into living her life by these extreme self-help books is at times inspiring, often courageous, but sometimes a bit silly. Continue reading Help Me! by Marianne Power: do self-help books really work?
Here’s a breakdown of the six books I read during July. Continue reading Reading Round-Up: what did you read in July?
Izzard breaks down her story, detailing her mindset and her approach to her work, letting the reader know exactly how she achieved her success. Continue reading Love, Death and Jazz Chickens
This is everything it promises to be; a memoir of secrets, lies and family love written in such an honest, open, captivating and truly moving way. Continue reading This week I’m reading: A Dutiful Boy by Mohsin Zaidi
A precious glimpse into the life and mind of one of our most gifted writers. Continue reading This week I’m reading: On Writing by Stephen King
A round-up of all the books I read during February 2022 Continue reading Reading for Pleasure in 2022: February’s books
Beckett, from a working-class London family, contrasts his experience and with that of middle and upper-class people Continue reading This week I’m reading: A Class Act by Rob Beckett
If I had to sum up this book in just two words, the phrase “darkly dazzling” fits the tone of both this book and Ruby herself perfectly. Continue reading How Do You Want Me? by Ruby Wax