When I bought The Comfort Book by Matt Haigh, I bought myself some sunflowers at the same time in the spirit of comfort. I look at sunflowers and immediately the … Continue Reading Book Review: The Comfort Book by Matt Haig
Here we are at the end of January, how are we all doing? No, really, how are we doing? Because let’s be honest, this month has been a hell of … Continue Reading One month down….
Hands up, I’d never at any point given a second thought to what an anti-social behaviour officer is or what they do. “Has your life become unbearable because the person … Continue Reading Anti-social: The secret diary of an anti-social behaviour officer by Nick Pettigrew
I’m a bit late to the party with this one, everyone seems to have read it ages ago and there’s been a buzz around it. Here’s what we have, Queenie … Continue Reading Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams
Dear Terri, I’ve just finished your heart-breaking memoir, a book so brutal and shocking, I’m not sure where to start with my thoughts. Life dealt you a shitty hand from … Continue Reading Book Review: Coming Undone by Terri White
PICTURE CREDITS: Daniel J Toal, Kenny D Block and Andrew Barlow In 2016, self-styled Fell Foodie Harrison Ward, found himself at rock bottom. For the past seven years in York … Continue Reading Spotlight Interview with Harrison Ward: “How the fells saved my life”
This is a book for anyone who’s felt lost, in the wrong life or the wrong knickers. Bryony Gordon’s a Journalist for The Telegraph, this is her first memoir and … Continue Reading Book Review: The Wrong Knickers by Bryony Gordon