Despite the shouty, superlative narrative, Caitlin Moran's 'part memoir, part rant' about womanhood is a very engaging and at times laugh-out-loud read. Moran's main objective is to drive home the fact that as women, we are brilliant, a fact we shouldn't feel the need to be apologetic for and that we should stop buying into things … Continue reading How To Be a Woman
I went to the reading/signing for this book last week, as part of Islington's Black History month. I'll be honest and say I knew nothing about the book or its message for Black Britons. But with a title like that, I was curious, it could either be very good, insightful, inspiring and challenging or it … Continue reading What Being Black Is And What Being Black Isn’t
Don't worry this is not a proper Just Read It review of Fifty Shades of Grey, the most talked about and fastest selling book in the UK. I just thought I'd jump on the bandwagon and add my tuppence worth, despite not having read it. I mean the novel is everywhere, in bookshop display windows, … Continue reading Fifty Shades of Now What Now?