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How To Be a Woman - Caitlin Moran

How to Be a Woman

Caitlin Moran

Book Blurb:

“Part memoir, part rant, Caitlin Moran answers the questions that every modern woman is asking.”

“Caitlin Moran is the profane, witty and wonky best friend I wish I had. 179 more words



I am scheduled in a local hospital next week for what the surgeon and my referring doctor call minimally invasive surgery, a one inch slit in my back to allow removal of a minor chip that presses on a very sensitive nerve root in my spine. 1,184 more words


Memoirs of A Repentant Hooker: Episode 10

The taxi I boarded home was exactly the kind I needed. The driver had dropped off all other passengers and I was the only one left at the back seat of the car. 2,396 more words


review: 'Reasons to Stay Alive' by Matt Haig


Before reading this, although I had heard of Matt Haig, I had never picked up any of his novels. I also never knew of his struggles and experiences when it came to depression and anxiety. 373 more words

We Love Poetry - How I Discovered Poetry

  How I Discovered Poetry

Author:  Marilyn Nelson

“This is the story of Marilyn Nelson’s own childhood, and of America in the 1950s. This highly decorated poet — 82 more words

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Memoirs of A Repentant Hooker: Episode 9

Amaka Coker was one out of the few great things that happened to my life. I remembered the first time we met; it was like we had known each other for ages. 1,963 more words



Blue grey. Cloud soufflés. Thundering rumble. Neon grass against blackening sky. We wore minimal clothing because of the heat. I leaned against my boyfriend in a bed in Key Largo, and it was dark outside, and the windows were open. 323 more words