Kate Tempest |Two Mini Reviews!

'She's sleet and granite/ Space rock shattering the planet' - Hold Your Own.  How badass is that quote? I've been away for a long time adulting and I'm going to be honest it's been really, really tough going in May and June. I've decided it was high time to return to my one true love, … Continue reading Kate Tempest |Two Mini Reviews!

#10 Citizen: An American Lyric | A good book and a cup of tea

Citizen by Claudia Rankine is defiant, affirming and relevant. Read it to understand that oppression has never been as black and white. This is a book that will make you want to be heard and seen. In this collection Rankine assesses microaggressions and oppression-fuelled assassinations of character that follow black people around in America and abroad. … Continue reading #10 Citizen: An American Lyric | A good book and a cup of tea

Ireland | Imperfect writers, quaint pubs & other-worldly beaches

A diary from our travels. You have set yourself to music ~ Oscar Wilde Ireland is a place that has, quite stubbornly, set itself to music - and makes little apology for it. I couldn't help but fall in love with a country as obstinate and prone to whim as myself. The mountains in Killarney's … Continue reading Ireland | Imperfect writers, quaint pubs & other-worldly beaches

#7 Saga Volume 2| A good book and a cup of tea

Saga Volume 2 is just as bad-ass as its predecessor. 5 great big gold stars!   Here's all you need to know about Saga Volume 2: Alana and Marko are intergalactic couple goals, they fight each other's corner even in the face of the universes greatest adversities, the in-laws, in this second volume. The narrative point of … Continue reading #7 Saga Volume 2| A good book and a cup of tea