Cole’s personal story of losing his husband is an engaging and moving antidote to national mourning Continue reading The Madness of Grief: an alternative to the facade of forced national mourning
Shappi Khorsandi is a British comedian and writer originally from Iran. Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Acting English by Shappi Khorsandi
Hard-hitting but heart-warming stuff Continue reading This week I’m reading: Face by Benjamin Zephaniah
These stories may be short, but they are potent and are here to be savoured Continue reading This week I’m reading: Homesickness by Colin Barrett
Imagine a world in which dark-skinned colonisers conquered Europe instead of white-skinned people colonising Africa… Continue reading This week I’m reading: Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman
I guess we have all day-dreamed about bumping someone off and getting away with it… Continue reading How To Kill Your Family
Here’s a breakdown of the six books I read during July. Continue reading Reading Round-Up: what did you read in July?
Although this is a work of fiction, The Girl With The Louding Voice has opened my eyes to the reality that many young girls face in Nigeria. Continue reading The Girl With The Louding Voice by Abi Daré