so you call yourself a feminist?: (small) feminist non-fiction recommendations (can you tell I’m a feminist theory phd student?)

so you call yourself a feminist?:  (small) feminist non-fiction recommendations (can you tell I’m a feminist theory phd student?)

Well, hello there friend. I see you've clicked my post because (hopefully) you're interested in reading some non-fiction feminist theory goodness which we love to see. I do want to say though, that this post is by no means an exhaustive list as there are so many wonderful texts out there, but here are some [...]

Bookblogging and Mental Health: The Empowering and Supportive Community of TheWriteReads

Bookblogging and Mental Health: The Empowering and Supportive Community of TheWriteReads

Today, I'm coming to you with a slightly different post, but one that matters all the same. I've put it within my 'Mental Health' series because, for me, this is where this discussion belongs. And what is this discussion, you ask? Mainly, I want to talk about the impact that TheWriteReads and TheWriteReads community, has [...]

our blood stains these cathedral walls

it's wanting to punch your fist through a wall. it's an open wound, bleeding - unbearable.   contracting and retracting; my womb is shedding itself.   a riotous force, armies in battle:   stab, stab, stabbing.   an almighty force, it symbolises my sexual maturity my monetary value in our society - i become property. [...]

YA ANTHOLOGY REVIEW: LOVE AT THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN

I was lucky enough to be given a free ARC of this novel, thanks to NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review. overall rating: 4/5 Hey dudes, This review has only taken me the better part of the month to write because every single time I sat down to write book reviews…well, I had assessments [...]