I’m so glad I managed to squeeze in a trip to Edinburgh at the end of August to catch the last weekend of the festivals. It has been quite the two weeks since then so I’m pretty late to the … Continue reading A weekend at the Edinburgh Festivals 2021
Little Free Libraries are basically these wee public bookshelves where you can exchange books with people in your community. The etiquette is to put a book in before you take one away so that there remains something for the next … Continue reading Hunting down Edinburgh’s little free libraries
Reading is one of my first loves and this year really gave me the time to reconnect with that love. With the busy-ness of my uni years, I fell out of the habit of reading for fun but with so … Continue reading 2020 in books – my top 10 favourites, recommendations and stats
So I recently read the book Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (And Other Lies) by Scarlett Curtis – it is a collection of essays in which various wonderful women talk about their experiences with feminism; things that made them angry, things … Continue reading What does Feminism mean to you?
I find true crime stories fascinating for many reasons, and there are enough screwed up people in the world to have produced loads stories to find out about. I will preface this now by saying that I do not enjoy … Continue reading The fascination with true crime