Instead of discussing who the Black Hood may be before a 9am sociology lecture, imagine heated debates that were had over the protagonist in the latest historical fiction. Instead of stilted conversation with your hairdresser about where you’re off to … Continue reading The Book Flood: Exploring the Icelandic tradition of book-giving at Christmas Stop dreaming of a White Christmas – an Icelandic Christmas is where it’s at
●●●●○ The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic (2017) is a collection of tales set in the Grishaverse, the fantasy world of Leigh Bardugo’s novels. The fairytales are charmingly intertwined with Sara Kipin’s intricate illustrations, which makes the … Continue reading Alternative Fairytales: “The Language Of Thorns” Sorcha May Judge delves into the newest YA offering from Leigh Bardugo.
Sorcha Judge forecasts 2017’s biggest food trends. Have you noticed that your burrito devotee friend has started paying Chopped a few more visits this year? You’re not the only one. Healthy eating, and veganism in particular, are forecasted to become … Continue reading Keeping up with Kombucha