Planet in Peril: The Anthology For Climate Change

Twenty years ago, climate change seemed the least of our worries as a species. A far off issue we would only need to tackle once we “fixed” everything else going on in the world. Cut to today, and it’s becoming more and more obvious that we need to do something to reverse the potentially catastrophic effects of climate change. Every day we’re seeing a vast … Continue reading Planet in Peril: The Anthology For Climate Change

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No Big Deal Book Review

Boy problems? Friendship issues? Fat?… It’s No Big Deal. This book, written beautifully by Bethany Rutter, is the teen romance drama I needed at 17. Growing up I loved books about teen drama, Angus Thongs & Full-Frontal Snogging to name just one. They’re all perfectly funny and lighthearted, but there was always one thing missing. Not one of the teenage leads was fat (from the … Continue reading No Big Deal Book Review

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