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Amal Awad: 'Arab women have traditionally been written about in a very patronising way'

In our series Beauty and the books, we chat to those who love both volumes and beauty products. Here the author talks about her enduring love of kohl eyeliner, Marian Keyess novel Watermelon and speaking up for Arab women… 1.176 more words


Review: The Women Who Stole My Life

Title: The Woman Who Stole My Life by Marian Keyes

This was not a review I looked forward to writing because I felt my disappointment so keenly. 659 more words


My non-fiction binge. 

I’m currently working my way through a non-fiction binge. My “just finished”, my “currently reading”, my “tbr” all non-fiction.

Not that I’m complaining, it’s just that normally I’m not a fan. 513 more words

The Bookshelf

What's Your Poison? - Addictions You May Not Know You Have

Mondays always feel like a good thing, even in the hardest of my times. They’re a chance to start afresh, turn my back on whatever has gone on in the past week/s  and begin anew. 1.296 more words

Chronic Thinker

Week 9 - 2017

Happy Day after Easter! And Patriot’s Day! Marathon Monday! Woo! I know you’re pumped. Week 9 covers February 27 – March 5. I’ll just get on with it. 359 more words

What I Read

Book Review: Sushi for Beginners

I have the vague sensation I have read Sushi for Beginners by Marian Keyes before. Perhaps while I was pregnant and on bed rest. I consumed A LOT of books and don’t remember most of them due to hormones, yeah, hormones. 289 more words

Book Review

World Health Day - Writers with Depression

It’s World Health Day today (Friday April 7th) and this year’s theme is Depression.

Depression is the leading cause of ill-health and disability worldwide. According to the latest estimates from WHO, more than 300 million people are now living with depression, an increase of more than 18% between 2005 and 2015. 579 more words