Book Club

Do you have a favourite word?

What would stories be if they had no words to form them? more

Book review: Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch

Betrayals, alliances and magical exploits are the name of the game in this high fantasy novel. more

Book review: All the Truth That's in Me by Julie Berry

The story of young girl’s journey of healing following the events that led to her abduction and subsequent return. more

The Vagenda: A ZERO Tolerance Guide to the Media

This book calls out the need to, not just ask for, but demand a media that is representative of who women really are. more

Book review: Behind the Door: The Oscar and Reeva Story by Barry Bateman and Mandy Wiener

Journalists Mandy Wiener and Barry Bateman, the authority on everything #OscarTrial related, give us the closest version of events possible. more

The Ultimate Guide to Orgasm for Women

Explicit content: Ladies, are you tired of being left high and dry during sex? It's time to get up close and personal with your lady bits. more

Top 12 reads of 2014

The best books we’ve read this year. more

Book review: The Apple Tart of Hope by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald

An enchanting little novel of hope and apple tarts, mixed with splashes of magic realism. more

Book review: Not That Kind Of Girl By Lena Dunham

In the words of Hannah Horvath, Lena Dunham is “…the voice of our generation… or at least a voice of a generation”. more

Book review: I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes

Readers who sat up all night reading The Shining Girls and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Trilogy will happily do the same with I am Pilgrim. more

Book review: Sisters of Treason by Elizabeth Fremantle

Some of the best historical fiction focuses on peripheral characters, whose lives are equally buffeted by the squalls of history as those of more celebrated people. more

Book review: The Woman Who Stole My Life by Marian Keyes

Marian Keyes has a unique ability to find the twist of dark humour in her characters’ darkest days, and she is on song with this uplifting, highly entertaining novel. more

Book review: Prince Lestat by Anne Rice

The Brat Prince is back… But should Anne Rice have left sleeping demons lie? more

Books we wish we could read again for the first time

Which book do you wish you could dive into as if you’ve never read it before? We asked, you answered. more

Who would you choose to date? The fireman, the sexy sculptor or the aristocratic Italian?

Which option will you choose in this choose your own erotic adventure novel penned by local author Helena S. Paige? more

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