Favourite Childhood Books

Now in my twenties, I am a lover of fantasy, magic, and all things mystical. For most people, fantasy is a genre discovered at a young age. However, my early reading habits featured very little magic. It wasn't until I read Eragon by Christopher Paolini when I was 15 that I really got into fantasy.... Continue Reading →

Women in Literature – Represent Them Real!

After reading The Bloody Chamber and adoring it, I have been steadily making my way through Angela Carter's other works. At the moment I'm reading her novel Heroes and Villains, and it's made me notice something irritating about attitudes to women in literature. I bet you're thinking, 'oh, what now? I'm sick of people going on about... Continue Reading →

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