Winter Read recommendations for 2016 #WinterReads

Winter Read recommendations for 2016 #WinterReads

It’s December, so time to curl up under blankets with hot beverages and find those wintery reads. I thought I’d share those books I’ve already enjoyed and those I’m looking forward to reading this year. Winter Reads I’ve enjoyed & recommend: Just click on the title to take you to the book review🙂 . A … Continue reading

I’m interested in portraying the world as it is… Guest Post by Kiran Millwood Hargrave #DiversityMonth

Kiran was born in London in 1990. She completed her undergraduate studies in English and Drama with Education at Cambridge University, also performing in Footlights smokers and plays. She graduated with distinction from the Creative Writing MSt at Oxford University, and was President of the Poetry Society there. She is an award-winning poet, with three … Continue reading

Orangeboy by Patrice Lawrence

. Sixteen-year-old Marlon has promised his widowed mum that he’ll be good, and nothing like his gang-leader brother Andre. It’s easy when you keep yourself to yourself, listening to your dead dad’s Earth, Wind and Fire albums and watching sci-fi. But everything changes when Marlon’s first date with the beautiful Sonya ends in tragedy; he … Continue reading