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Interview with Jacqui Grant from The Beat

Thanks to Jacqui Grant from The Beat for interviewing me Sunday 11th March about my Doctoral Research – Hiraeth: Finding a Fictional Home and care experience in fiction. 382 more words


Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson Review

A coming-of-age and coming-out story at the same time, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit held me captive for two evenings in November last year. The semi-biographical work of fiction is short but packed with fantastical stories and bitter-sweet memories. 412 more words

Book Reviews

Written On The Body

By Jeanette Winterson.

Previously I read Winterson’s The Daylight Gate. If you expect something of a similar vein in Written On The Body, this is not it. 216 more words


Tanglewreck, Jeanette Winterson

This is a throwback to my childhood. I found this book in the children’s section of the public library when I was about 7, and kept coming back to it every summer because the story kept pulling me back. 237 more words

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Masters and Slaves - War as a Symbol in The Passion by Jeanette Winterson

Have you ever thought of that war and fight how important role has in our lives? I have just realised it, while I was reading this novel, that this passion directs us. 1,999 more words

Jeanette Winterson

Julia's 2018 Reading Challenge

At the beginning of January I set up a Facebook group for a reading challenge. I was motivated to do this after I set myself the task last year of stepping outside my usual genres and reading choices. 214 more words


Cunnilingus, The Fountain of Youth – Communication, Love, Desire, and Trust

Communication is a critically important necessity between partners. The ability to feel safe and comfortable with one another should be the central focus. Become aware of what your partner likes and what they do not like. 1,340 more words