Today I have another Top 5 Tuesdays; hosted by Bionic Book Worm. The theme for March is favourite Authors from A-Z - this week is the last one and focusing on 6 letters: U through Z! I am unsure how well I am going to do this week, but I will give it a go.… Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday
I was kindly provided with an e-arc of this book via NetGalley. Goodreads Definition: From a celebrated activist and spoken-word performer comes a debut poetry collection that takes readers on an empowering, lyrical journey through being a woman in today's society, exploring issues like suicide, sexual assault, self-image, and healing. Aija Mayrock published her first… Continue reading Review: Dear Girl
First Lines Friday is hosted by Wandering Words for book lovers! The Rules are: Pick a book off your shelf (it could be your current read or on your TBR) and open to the first page Copy the first few lines, but don’t give anything else about the book away just yet – you need… Continue reading First Line Friday
I saw this challenge about a year ago on Romance Book Binge and I've saved it for now! I wanted a challenge involving my bookshelves and this one seemed perfect! Do you have a book with deckled edges?I actually don't! This is a great start... Do you have a book with 3 or… Continue reading Do You Have That Book?
In honour of women's history month, I wanted to share with you a poem I wrote after studying the suffragettes a few years ago. I like going through old poems and finding which ones I can share with you guys. I share them as I find them, but often sharing them makes me want to… Continue reading Who Said It Was Over?
Today I have another Top 5 Tuesdays; hosted by Bionic Book Worm. The theme for March is favourite Authors from A-Z - this week we're focusing on K through O! K Rupi Kaur - I know she gets a lot of stick as a poet, but I really admire the topics that she discuses… Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday
I was kindly provided with an e-arc of this book via NetGalley. In A Strangely Wrapped Gift, Juniper takes heavy, emotional raw material and weaves it into stunning, relatable poetry you’ll long to share with friends and loved ones. This collection is a reminder that broken pieces make the most beautiful mosaics, and that all of… Continue reading Review: A Strangely Wrapped Gift
I've decided to join in the Top 5 Tuesdays by Bionic Book Worm. The theme for March is favourite Authors from A-Z - this week we're focusing on A through E! A Becky Albertalli - I love her style of writing and the inclutivity of her work! If I need a pick-me-up read I will reach… Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday
I was kindly provided with an e-arc of this book via NetGalley. Break Your Glass Slippers by Amanda Lovelace is Lovelace's latest poetry book due to come out 17th March 2020. Before I get into the review; Lovelace provided some trigger warnings at the beginning of the book that I wanted to share at the… Continue reading Break Your Glass Slippers Review
I'd like to share another poem with you guys today. This is another one that I wrote while in my second year of university and I have revisited recently. Dark Nights Lying on my back, weight on my chest. You’re in my head again Six months and zero contact. Yet you’re there. Buried In my… Continue reading Dark Nights