It may be a blogger/millennial faux pass to admit, but I didn’t know much about Emma Gannon until recently. Sure I’d seem people talking about her first book, Ctrl, Alt, Delete: Growing Up Online but it had never really piqued my interest. Then I…View Post
Culture vultures nest here.
If I were an essay writer, I could easily write one about this book, and then a separate essay on the fact it has become a micro-trend on Instagram over the last few months. Alas, I’m just a basic blogger, so a review will have…View Post
It’s been a weird time to be a woman. Here in the UK we’re approaching the 100 year anniversary of women gaining the right to vote. We’ve seen women come together for movements such as #Metoo. All of this against the backdrop of women’s refuges…View Post
Confession: I bought this book, without really knowing what it was about. All I know was that it was appearing all over Twitter, everyone loved it and it was a bit of a self-help book. What can I say? I’m easily influenced when it comes…View Post
I’m going to be honest, I should have written this post a long time ago. I should have read Seas of Snow a lot quicker. I wanted to read it quicker – in one long uninterrupted sitting. Probably with a quiet hour or two after…View Post