Zenith - Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings The first thing you need to know about this book is this: LADY SPACE PIRATES. Yep. Lady. Space. Pirates. I shouldn't really need to say anything more about this book, but... I kind of do. Most know Androma Racella as the Bloody Baroness, a powerful mercenary whose reign… Continue reading Zenith


#LoveThisQuote – The Inexplicable Logic of my Life

Words only exist in theory. And then one ordinary day you run into a word that only exists in theory and then you meet it face to face. And then that word becomes someone you know. The word becomes someone you hate. And you take that word with you everywhere you go and you can't… Continue reading #LoveThisQuote – The Inexplicable Logic of my Life

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What Leah wore: I don’t understand that reference

So as I said I'd be bringing this feature back and as I am half way through my regeneration into Leah 2.0, I figured I'd do some transition outfits over the weekend, especially because Sunday was kinda exciting and honestly, I needed to construe some sort of reason to tell you about them. Let's go!… Continue reading What Leah wore: I don’t understand that reference

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LGBT recommendations for LGBT history month

Why hello there February! Now for those not in the know, in the UK, February is LGBT history month and all over the country there are a host of events going on to celebrate LGBT people across history and also presents an opportunity for us to come together. A few years ago, I made a… Continue reading LGBT recommendations for LGBT history month

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January 2018

While this month didn't start off particularly well, I did have a pretty good January. This month I blew up a tyre by myself for the first time (feminism points for me), I managed to tick six things off my thirty things to do before I'm thirty list, with a seventh well on the way,… Continue reading January 2018


My life, our times

My Life, Our Times - Gordon Brown Back last year I made a loose pact to read more non fiction and I started this journey with autobiographies which led me to read two political autobiographies, Stepping Out by Ed Balls and Free at Last by Tony Benn, two prominant members of the Labour Party and… Continue reading My life, our times