When I tell people what I do for a living it is normally met with one of two reactions. Either they come over all dreamy and start waxing poetic about how whimsical it is that my business is in words or they question if being a writer is an actual job at all. I’m not...Read More
I’m no extreme feminist, however in the last year or so Twitter has heightened my interest in feminism. After months of observing boys on Twitter making bold statements such as “girls shouldn’t be able to do this or that” or “girls with no tits are basically men”, I started to get a little fed up. I...Read More
Joe Wicks, AKA The Body Coach Unless you have been hiding under a rock for the past six months then my guess is that by now you have heard all about Joe Wicks, AKA The Body Coach. Taking Instagram by storm during the early part of last year Joe rocketed to fame thanks to his self-made...Read More
It was pitched as the new Gone Girl so expectations were high and with plot twists and turns right from the start the comparison isn’t surprising. But does new novel The Girl on the train, live up to the hype? Paula Hawkins’ crime novel is her first thriller after 15 years of journalism. The story starts with Rachel...Read More
From the creative minds of The Fault in Our Stars comes Paper Towns, an original love story that takes to the road. A road trip is something we all dream about, whether it’s with a loved one, with friends, or with family. It’s personally been my goal since watching my all time favourite movie, Thelma...Read More
The inmates of Litchfield Penitentiary are back for a new season and if you haven’t binge watched the whole series on Netflix by now then you have some serious catching up to do! If you are new to Orange Is the New Black, the show centres around events of a women’s prison and is based on...Read More
If you are a. female and b. have picked up at least one magazine in the last ten years then you will be well aware of the things you are supposed to eat. Or should that be not eat? Barely a week goes by where we are not being warned of the dangers of one type of food...Read More
Women, fashion and stories are at the very heart of who we are, and we are passionate about the style stories of exceptional women. We simply love fashion books, and our bookshelves are packed with mesmerising tales of high fashion combined with intimate stories of personal style. In aid of World Book Day, we’re celebrating...Read More
If like myself you will be heading to the cinema to see Fifty Shades of Grey this week I’m sure you’ve been met with multiple people scorning and rolling their eyes at you, I know I have. Having not read the book I actually don’t know much about the plot or its characters, I’ll be...Read More
Watching the first film in The Hunger Games trilogy a few years ago, I wasn’t that enthralled. I thought it was slow, a bit boring and I hated Peeta. But a few weeks ago my friend, who is obsessed with the books and subsequently the films, had me watching the second film Catching Fire, and...Read More
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