Having read Shappi Khorsandi’s autobiography, and the quotes of praise on the back of Nina Is Not OK, I was anticipating a humorous novel.
Do not be fooled as I was.
Nina is NOT OK. Continue reading
Amanda Palmer’s book, The Art of Asking, was leant to me (once again) by my cousin-in-law, Hayley.
I was fast approaching the deadline of my MA dissertation, and the date of my wedding nuptials. I stuck it in my bag to be added to the ‘when I have time’ book pile.
I was exhausted. Past running on adrenalin, I was running on the notion that energy would manifest within the essence of existing.
Lena Dunham’s Not That Kind of Girl made its way into my hands by loan from my cousin-in-law Hayley who assured me it was my kind of book.
In a world saturated by false idealised versions of reality thanks to social media, advertising, and ironically named “selfies” – which in my experience seem to depict anything other than an actual “self” – Dunham’s autobiography is blissfully refreshing. Her no frills honesty spoke Continue reading