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Notes to Self by Emilie Pine
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , .

‘I write this now to reclaim those parts of me that for so long I so thoroughly denied.’ It is in our nature to gloss over the less than perfect...

Becoming by Michelle Obama
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘Let’s invite one another in. Maybe then we can begin to fear less, to make fewer wrong assumptions, to let go of the biases and stereotypes that unnecessarily divide us.’...

Swerving to Solitude: Letters to Mama by Keki Daruwalla
Posted by Smeetha Bhoumik in , .

Swerving to Solitude – Letters to Mama is the thoughtfully layered story of Seema, a spirited 70’s journalist, as she traces her journey and that of her mother’s, aligned with...

Till the Cows Come Home by Lorna Sixsmith
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘One Farm. Two worlds. Three Generations.’ Till the Cows Come Home is the latest book from Lorna Sixsmith packed with memories of an Irish Farming Childhood. Published with Black & White...

The Wife’s Tale by Aida Edemariam
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , , .

‘A ring was threaded onto her third finger, another onto the man’s. It would be years before she understood what she had promised.’ The Wife’s Tale, a personal history, is...

Brave by Rose McGowan
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

“Hello fellow human, pleased to meet you. My name is Rose McGowan and I am BRAVE. I want you to be too.” Brave is the no-holds barred memoir/manifesto by Rose...

A Memoir Full of Summers: Friends with the Enemy by Val Mulkerns
Posted by Caren Kennedy in , .

Every now and then you pick up a book and begin to read it – and you just want to keep on reading. It’s not something I’d normally say about...

Porcelain – A Memoir by Moby
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

From one of the most interesting and iconic musicians of our time, a piercingly tender, funny, and harrowing account of the path from suburban poverty and alienation to a life...

The Dead Beside Us by Tony Doherty
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

When your da dies so suddenly, killed by a soldier’s bullet, it does things to your head and body that you can’t really work out. Something had changed in me....

Justice for Laughing Boy: Connor Sparrowhawk – A Death by Indifference by Sara Ryan
Posted by Nicola Martin in , .

There was no justice for LB. Connor Sparrowhawk was eighteen years old when he died a preventable death whilst in the care of Slade House, a specialist unit run and...