I'm reviewing Mark Haddon's collection of short stories in under 500 words. It's Black Mirror in paperback, but should it be on your bookshelf?
Kirsty Bates, founder of the Homeless Period Southampton, talks about how she's joining the #PeriodPoverty campaign and making a difference in Hampshire and beyond, armed with tampons, towels and tenacity.
Funk-Brass has now been added to my long list of music loves after the Tuba Libres' debut album launch in at Southampton's Talking Heads last month. Britney Spears on saxophone, anyone?
In May's Monthly Muses post, you'll find funk music, freakishly-easy breakfast recipes, funny girls and fitness, topped off with a little bit of physics.
Corrie Jones, London-based Social Media Consultant, talks to me about how she started working for herself at the age of 23, and shares some of her own tips and tricks for successful freelancing and self employment.
Jennifer Harding is a funny force to be reckoned with in Funny Girl at the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury.
Five days offline; a self-imposed ban from Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. Will I go crazy without being able to share photos of coffee and cake?