The Benefits of the Library  

With libraries becoming more and more equipped, it's time to accept that they are moving with us into the new age. Numerous computers are installed, millions of research pages are only a click away and of course, the original USP remains the books. Personally, one of my favourite things about the library is the silence. While … Continue reading The Benefits of the Library  

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Mini Book Review: The Song Of Achilles / Madeline Miller

In all honestly, I knew after re-reading this book for a second time that the subsequent book post would soon follow and here we are. The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller tells the story of Achilles and Patroclus during their childhood and the Trojan war, focusing on the breathtakingly beautiful romance they share. The … Continue reading Mini Book Review: The Song Of Achilles / Madeline Miller

THE NEED FOR LGBTA REPRESENTATION IN YA BOOKS

Young Adult books are home to some of the most complex and fascinating characters ranging from super heroes to protagonists with everyday problems. However there seems to still be one area that is taboo to many: LGBTA protagonists. Many have battled this by claiming, “I wouldn’t know how to write such a character” while releasing … Continue reading THE NEED FOR LGBTA REPRESENTATION IN YA BOOKS