Unicorn is certainly an appropriate title for this gem of a memoir, it has to be the most unique story I’ve come across!
When sixty-nine-year-old So-nyo is separated from her husband among the crowds of the Seoul subway station, her family begins a desperate search to find her. Yet as long-held secrets and private sorrows begin to reveal themselves, they are forced to wonder: how well did they actually know the woman they called Mother?
Last week I asked YOU to help me choose 30 books from my TBR to read before the end of my 30th birthday year and the results are in…
As I cruise on towards my 30th birthday, I’m taking a long hard look at my TBR and I need YOU to help me choose 30 books to read before the end of this year!
I’ve had my eye on Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights since I first saw the phrase ‘Reading Spa’ on an Instagram story (more on that later), so imagine my excitement when Mr A-B not only surprised me with a mini-moon to Bath, but unknowingly booked an apartment round the corner from this awesome independent bookshop…
“What if we had told the true story of two selfish kids out for their own aggrandizement? How many shooters would be imitating them today? We can’t unwrite those myths. But we can expose them.”
I’ve written often about my experience of sexual violence, but I don’t often go into a lot of detail. This week, I decided that needed to change. I know the source of so much pain has been not having another survivor sharing a story like mine and I don’t want other survivors to feel as alone as I did.
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In my last post, I talked about my new challenge – reading a book to represent every country of the world. This post will be my master list of all the books I read, so come back to this one if you’re looking for recommendations!