12 thought-provoking articles from 2016

I read a lot, be it articles, books or blog posts; it’s why I started my This week I’ve been reading posts. I love discovering new writers, re-visiting old favourites and I’m grateful to authors, bloggers, columnists, journalists and writers for putting pen to paper, so to speak, and sharing their work with the world. To … Continue reading 12 thought-provoking articles from 2016

#AskTheQuestion – Letting people in

I’ve been struggling to write, with any real meaning, this year. Sometimes I write, but when read back it feels forced. Sometimes I write, but it goes round in circles until I don’t know what I’m trying to say. Sometimes the words flow easily, like this post about grief. For the most part, I’ve spent … Continue reading #AskTheQuestion – Letting people in

May Reads

Some Advance Reader Copies (eARCs and ARCs), via lovereading.co.uk, Netgalley, publishers and authors, included. They will be marked with an * You can read my full disclosure policy here. May was a busy month reading wise; with mystery/thrillers being the genre that features the most. Reading challenge wise; I’m 20 books ahead of schedule, so … Continue reading May Reads

This week I’ve been reading #69

It’s time for another round up of articles, blog posts and stuff from the internet that caught my attention this week. When Your Rapist Is a Woman These gender norms can directly contribute to distrust of a victim’s claims, says Lisa Langenderfer-Magruder, co-author of a recent study of LGBTQ intimate partner violence in Colorado. “When someone is confronted with … Continue reading This week I’ve been reading #69

12 thought-provoking articles from 2015

I read a lot, be it articles, books or blog posts; it’s why I started my This week I’ve been reading posts. I love discovering new writers, re-visiting old favourites and I’m grateful to authors, bloggers, columnists, journalists and writers for putting pen to paper, so to speak, and sharing their work with the world. To … Continue reading 12 thought-provoking articles from 2015

This week I’ve been reading #59

It’s time for another round up of articles, blog posts and stuff from the internet that caught my attention this week. How To Be Less Outraged I Read 50 Books by Women of Color This Year! Some Of The Times In 2015 When I Felt My Blackest How Corporations Profit From Black Teens’ Viral Content … Continue reading This week I’ve been reading #59

This week I’ve been reading #51

It’s time for another round up of articles, blog posts and stuff from the internet that caught my attention this week. In Defence of Individuality Simple questions for writers The island where men are disappearing Nine Things I Learned Volunteering In A Refugee Camp Ermahgerddon: The Untold Story of the Ermahgerd Girl Illustrators reveal their … Continue reading This week I’ve been reading #51