Oh Bernadine! I’m so glad I found you!

A review of Girl, Woman, Other. By Bernadine Evaristo.

Loved, loved, loved this book. I honestly didn’t want to finish it. I wanted to meet more characters – more fascinating women, each with a different experience, a different point of view, a different past and different future waiting for them.  If it was a film, I’d be looking out for the sequel.

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Are You Read-Y for This?

My first book club meet, “Are You Read-y for This?” and why I loved it

A good friend of mine, someone I met through work, and who I’ve never met in person, but who I hugely admire and respect because of our shared passion for racial equality and self-education, attended a virtual book club to discuss Candice Carty-Williams’ Booker Prize Winner, Queenie. Follow this fantastic author here https://twitter.com/CandiceC_W.

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The F Word


Mixed race families. The best thing in the world. Diverse, vibrant, never dull.

But what happens when you can’t talk about the “B” word (Black) or the “R” word (Racism) because it’s just so damn awkward to be white, middle class, British and discussing such unsavoury things?

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