We are thrown into the hot and heady streets of present-day New Orleans; you can practically smell the hot roads, sweat, and testosterone as you are swept through the summer months by a fiercely talented cast as the story unfolds, like clothes peeled from skin, exposing vulnerability and naked flesh.
Ice Cream for Breakfast should be read when most needed, and in delicious, bite-sized chunks – just as you would with your favourite tub of Ben and Jerry's.
Heading back to my childhood home never fails to make me feel better; so I wrote a poem about it.
February was short and sweet, full of theatre trips, cultural events, new podcasts and excellent reads. Find out what I loved the most in my latest Monthly Muses post.
The fifth in my Honest Haiku series, published for World Book Day 2018
Does Naomi Alderman's award-winning novel, The Power, live up to its name?
The first round-up of my favourites in 2018; everything I loved in January, from pastry to poetry.
The fourth in my Honest Haiku series, published for National Storytelling Week 2018.
This is a book full to the brim with feelings and thoughts. It made me think, tear up, cry, laugh, and wish for more.
November is the best month of them all; though we're already in December, I'm looking back at another eventful month, and reviewing my favourite things.