Publisher: John Murray Cover Design: Adalis Martinez Format: Hardback Pages: 319 Rating: 5/5 Book Depository: Hardback Content Warnings: Rape - both statutory and marital; cheating; domestic violence; racism The content warnings mentioned above give some clue as to how difficult Dominicana is to read, whether you are personally affected by these things or not. From child marriage… Continue reading Women’s Prize for Fiction 2020 – Dominicana Review
Looking for book tags, I stumbled across this one, which seemed interesting and potentially fun, as my memory is notoriously questionable. The original creator of the tag does not appear to be active any longer, as their link is no longer available. However, I will link you to the blog where I found it -… Continue reading Book Tag – Book Blogger Memory Challenge
So my goal of publishing a post every day in January definitely fell by the wayside as I am currently in the middle of a seven day run at work and can barely keep my eyes open. My sister in law needed to borrow our laptop, so I didn't get to schedule posts for this… Continue reading Most Anticipated Releases – February 2020
Last year I read the longlist for the Women's Prize for Fiction in its entirety, and will hopefully be doing the same again this year, but I wanted to have a think about other prizes I could select books from, and this is a list of ones I'm currently interested in. 1. Women's Prize for… Continue reading Book Prizes I’m Interested in for 2020
Recently, I saw BooksandLala's video of this book tag (which was posted in 2018, so yes, I am extremely behind on the times), and thought it looked interesting, so I checked out the original video by Keeping Tabs and decided I would give it a go. Now, obviously I'm not a booktuber, so you will… Continue reading Book Tag – Do I Have That Book?
Today I am announcing a long-term project for myself in an attempt to understand the passing changes in popular themes in fiction throughout the past twenty five years that the women's prize for fiction has been running. My aim will be to read the longlist from each year, review each book on here, and subsequently… Continue reading Project Announcement – Reading the Women’s Prize Past to Present