Even though this book is really political, it isn't boring. The plot helps to weave the whole thing together and the characters bring the political feminist ideas to life in a way I haven't seen before. And I loved it!
Does my disability define me? Yes, And no. It’s my limitations, My strengths. It’s with me, always. But it’s not me. I’m a writer. Reader. Daughter. Sister. I work, But it forces me to fight Harder. My disability is me. But I’m not my disability. I’m more than that, Invisible, But visible, Everyday, I shout,... Continue Reading →
I really recommend this book, not just because it's full of nostalgia, but because the plot is full of so many twists and mysteries that it's compelling from the first page to the last!
Hello everyone, I realised lately that keeping up with my regular blogging schedule as well as my work life, home life, writing and other hobbies is becoming too difficult to keep up. I haven't written any words towards my novel in a few months and now I really want to start putting my all into... Continue Reading →
01/07/19 - 05/08/19 General Update... Hi Everyone, how are you? It might be a year late, but I've finally graduated with an MA! July has been filled with lots of celebrations and days out with a lot of new memories being made with my family. It's been a good month! This Month On RacheLeanne... 12... Continue Reading →
Hosted by Tynga’s Reviews & Reading Reality 07/07/19 - 04/08/19 Hi everyone, how are you? Sorry this post is coming to you a day late, we had a party yesterday to celebrate my parent's 25th wedding anniversary! Anyway on to the post, I've got a good haul to share with you all this month! E-BOOK HAUL I only... Continue Reading →
You might have noticed but I haven't posted a 'What I Read in July' post this month. I realised that this post was similar to the 'Reading Resolution Update' I post every two months, so I have decided to combine them for August and see how it goes. However, on to today's post. This month... Continue Reading →
Last month I smashed my reading resolution, and I really managed to pull myself out of my reading slump. But this month has been a bit unusual, and I'm going to go through why. As usual here is a reminder of the challenge that I took on back in January. A Comic Book / Graphic... Continue Reading →
Hi everyone, how are you all? It feels like it's been a while! Here are my favourites from the month of July. BOOKS I have read five books this month, but I only have two favourites. Alice Oseman's Heartstopper Volume Two and Temi Oh's Do you dream of Terra Two. I'll be talking about the... Continue Reading →