Ache: An Interview With Scarlett Ward

I’m most definitely a sucker for poetry collections, but something about Scarlett Ward’s debut collection, Ache, really got its claws into me. She writes in a way that really delved into my past and brought back feelings from my teenage years I thought I forgot. In a way, it’s an ode to the big loves in your life, healing and coming out the other side, … Continue reading Ache: An Interview With Scarlett Ward

Scouse Gothic: Vampires Come To Liverpool

Enter a world where the gothic comes to Liverpool in this first instalment of Scouse Gothic. Based on some of the best spots dotted around the city, this novel follows Melville, a vampire in mourning for his long lost love and the lives he’s already lived. See some of the most popular haunts around Liverpool transformed into a fictional haven for all things vampire, celestial … Continue reading Scouse Gothic: Vampires Come To Liverpool

10 Girl Power Quotes About Female Empowerment

Sometimes, we all need some encouragement. Whether it’s in the workplace, at home or for everyday activities, below are some quotes based on girl power and female empowerment. Our favourite is by Suyasha Subedi, who believes that every woman should hold on to her empowerment and feminism. We can make feminism into something beautiful and strong with a means to empower everyone, including ourselves! Take … Continue reading 10 Girl Power Quotes About Female Empowerment

Literature Quotes for Self Confidence

Sometimes it’s important to understand that we’re not alone. Many literary heroes have been through a host of mental health issues and periods of time in which they felt badly about themselves. Some overcame their issues, others didn’t. What we know now is that those who wrote about their confidence and mental health had a lot to say on the matter. For many, the words … Continue reading Literature Quotes for Self Confidence