My life is currently run, recover, read, repeat. I am ok with this. I love reading, the art of getting lost in a book, whether on the train, in bed, or in a coffee shop. Taking yourself to somewhere new and in someone else's eyes. Small Great Things was both shocking and thought provoking. Race
This year I want to read 50 books, or a book every week(ish). First on my Goodreads list with The Sellout by Paul Beatty. The book won various literary prizes, including the Man Booker Prize in 2016. The book itself was hilarious in places and meant to be tongue in check, yet I didn't love it.
What does my headscarf mean to you, is a powerful Ted Talk by Yassmin Adbel-Magied. Having lived in the Middle East for years, my perception of the headscarf is one of beauty and courage. Some of the Ladies who I used to see, were stunning, in the care they took in their makeup and the
I've not been this excited about a book debut, since my Harry Potter days. As a kid from the 5th book onwards I used to queue to get my hands on the latest and greatest release and would lock myself away in my room until the book was finished. Fast forward a couple of years