We talk about what motherhood is really like with Don’t Forget to Scream author Marianne Levy, and why there’s so much stigma.
Lo and behold, spring is almost here hence we take a look at the best books in March, which include some pretty dark reads!
The Creative Act by legendary American music producer Rick Rubin is an important book that looks into the act and process of creativity.
Here is a review of Pamela Anderson’s memoir Love, Pamela which looks into the hardships the actress faced and the resilience she embodies.
The Rathbones Folio Prize 2023 has been handed out at the British Library, celebrating the best of new literature.
We have an exclusive book giveaway of Marianne Levy’s ‘Don’t Forget to Scream’, courtesy of Phoenix Books who is sending a copy to the winner
It’s World Poetry Day, which is a great chance to look at top nonfiction poems that showcase an autobiographical or social element.
International Day of Happiness takes place on March 20th every year, hence here are some books to celebrate the event.
Mother’s Day takes place on March 19th. It can be a difficult time for some hence here are some books for those not celebrating Mother’s Day.
It’s St Patrick’s Day, and what great way to celebrate fantastic Irish authors and their incredible books? From James Joyce to Frank McCourt.