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
Every month I review all the books I’ve read; here’s the list for August 2002! Continue reading My Month in Books: August
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
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?