Turtles All the Way Down: Review

Turtles All the Way Down centres on 16 year old Aza Holmes who suffers from multiple anxiety disorders including obsessive-compulsive disorder. The plot covers friendship, loss, living with mental health issues and a bunch of other random bits that make the book great. As I don’t suffer with obsessive compulsive disorder, I found the lookContinue reading “Turtles All the Way Down: Review”

Feminist Reading Journey: Alice Walker ‘The Color Purple’

Image: The Kawaii Kollective I don’t know what it’s like to be poor (sure, my family were not what I would have called ‘well off’ but we were far from poor); I don’t know what it’s like to be black; whether I’m ugly or not is subjective and my cooking skills can be pretty decent dependingContinue reading “Feminist Reading Journey: Alice Walker ‘The Color Purple’”

Update: What’s happening with my Feminist Reading Journey

Image: Pexels  It’s been a lot more than a hot minute since I’ve written a post for my feminist reading journey series so I thought now would be a good time to have a bit of a catch up and discuss what’s happening with the series. So sit down, have a cup of tea (orContinue reading “Update: What’s happening with my Feminist Reading Journey”

Feminist Reading Journey: Margaret Atwood ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

Image: The Kawaii Kollective Let me start this by saying no I haven’t seen the Hulu TV series yet but I fully intend to! This post however isn’t about the tv series, or the film adaptation, it’s about the novel. I actually read ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ as part of my undergraduate university degree, but I hadContinue reading “Feminist Reading Journey: Margaret Atwood ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’”