“Morrison writes of race better than any other writer I can think of, interlacing it with themes of poverty, childhood, and sexuality and consequently, The Bluest Eye has become possibly one of my favourite novels.”
Sian tells us why lockdown helped her to discover a new genre of books, and it is one that she is proud of reading!
(Trigger Warnings: self-harm, abuse). Hey Rosie, thank you so so much for agreeing to do an author...
Daisy Johnson’s work explores identity, and what the difference is between an identity of ‘we’ and one of ‘I’.
Laura Jane Williams, the author of the new book ‘The Love Square’ discusses with us the inspiration of her new book, who her favourite authors are, and how she got into writing.
Price’s book talks of the damaging effects of sexual abuse in a realistic way, to present a powerful book with a message that needs to be heard.
Sophie Jonas Hill tells us both about the reasons she wrote her book, and how she came to be a writer as well as giving us an insight into whether more books are on the horizon.
Jessica from Stuckinthebook interviews the author of ‘First in the Fight’.
Sylvia reviews a collection of poems for us, one that focuses on love, friendship and the small, tender facets of life.
An interview with Penny Batchelor, author of My Perfect Sister.
Meg tells us how lockdown affected her reading habits, and why it has been a great opportunity to educate herself on important societal matters.
Fine lets us see her 3 TBR books for August.
“What I love about this book is that Anais is inciting women to write. She wants to help others to find their voice and practice it, to learn to take up space without self-doubt or guilt.”
The Last Girl is a clarion call to demand the war criminals are brought to justice and for restitution of Kocho and Sinjar to the Yazidi community. It is inspiring as much as it is troubling. It will change your view on the world overnight.
Owner of The Secret Bookshelf (an independent book shop in Northern Ireland) tells us why to buy books locally.
Why move from interacting with us on social media to becoming one of our members? The answer lies not only in gaining access to more events, but also in our sense of community.
“I could not help but draw parallels between the experiences of women fighting to thrive and survive in a man’s world, then, as now.”
Alison Langhorn tells us why she joined Women’s Writes.
Penny Batchelor, author of My Perfect Sister, talks about why books are so important to her and her experiences.
We had the amazing opportunity to interview that author of The Education of Ivy Edwards, and the answers DID NOT disappoint.