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
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?
May was a bumper month for reading; I got through six books, including YA fiction, a thriller, historical fiction and memoir. What have you been reading? Continue reading Reading round-up: what did you read this month?
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
My favourite toy wasn’t really a toy at all; it was a box. What was so special about this empty box? Why did I love it so? Continue reading My favourite childhood toy: adventures in time and space
Monthly round-up of the five most popular posts from My Mashed Up Life Continue reading My Most Viewed Posts in March 2022