The US Supreme Court overturned the precedent for Roe Vs Wade, which means millions will lose their right to abortion. Here are some essential books to learn what this means.
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What to read for Juneteenth
We’re celebrating freedom as Juneteenth marks the end of slavery in the US with these important books.
Men’s Health Week special reads
Looking for books for Men’s Health Week? Well look no further with this selection!
Jaipur Literature Festival 2022 highlights: Literary greats on freedom of expression
Did you miss the Jaipur Literature Festival in London? Here are the highlights of the event at the British Library.
Every single book reviewed in Season One!
I actually can’t believe I made it 52 weeks with season one, completing an episode a week with the podcast! So it only makes sense to see every single book in one list, all in order of episodes: Mel Robbins: The 5 Second Rule Dr Susan Jeffers: Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway: HowContinue reading “Every single book reviewed in Season One!”
Patient: How do we practice patience in a pandemic?
Patience is a virtue, hence here are some great books to help us teach us the art of patience.
Friends: How can we develop our friendships?
Co-author of Friendshipping Trin Garritano speaks to Suswati Basu about how we can develop our friendships.
Adaptable: How do we adapt to change?
Being adaptable is part and parcel of change, hence here are some incredible books to help you through the transition.
Kind: Is there enough kindness out there?
February 17 is Random Acts of Kindness day, hence Suswati Basu spoke to Kindness: Change Your Life and Make the World a Kinder Place author Gill Hasson on paying it forward.
Ally: Is it better to be an ally or an advocate?
It’s LGBT UK History Month and Black History Month in the US, so learning to be a good ally is crucial. Here are some books to learn to be a good advocate.