Review: What Red Was by Rosie Price

Review: What Red Was by Rosie Price

Trigger warning: Sexual Abuse Powerful is the only word that I can use to describe this book. I finished the final page overwhelmed with emotion, and it is fair to say that it took me a while to be able to articulate my emotions about it. What Red Was follows the...
Interview: Sophie Jonas Hill

Interview: Sophie Jonas Hill

Thanks so much for agreeing to our questions! Can you tell us a little bit about your background? Outside of writing what do you get up too? I think I have what you called these day ‘a portfolio career’, which means life has very got in the way of anything which you...
Review: The Moon is Always Female

Review: The Moon is Always Female

The Moon Is Always Female is written by Marge Piercy. Having written seven poem anthologies, this is her seventh and is deemed the most wide-ranging of them all. I bought this collection of Piercy’s just under a year ago, discovering it deep in the crevices of a...
Author Interview: Penny Batchelor

Author Interview: Penny Batchelor

Hi Penny, Thank you so much for answering some questions for us. Would you like to introduce yourself? Thanks very much to you for having me! I’m Penny Batchelor and am the author of My Perfect Sister, my first novel, which is available in both ebook and...

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