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BOOK REVIEW: Fruit: Recipes that celebrate nature by Bernadette Wörndl

July 12, 2018

We love classic pairings, such as lemon and chicken, apple and pork, and cranberries and turkey, but there are loads of combinations we’re missing out on. Wörndl -a brilliant cook and food stylist shows you how to best incorporate fruit into everyday cooking.

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BOOK REVIEW: Two Gentlemen Sharing by William Corlett

January 15, 2018

It’s a brilliant examination of clash, culture, class, urban and country, gay and straight, progressive and intolerant and made me laugh out loud constantly.  Corlett’s humour is gentle but relentless, ravaging personal prejudices and giving us more than a few delightful revelations as the story unfolds

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BOOK REVIEW: Bitch Doctrine – Essays for Dissenting Adults: Laurie Penny

August 23, 2017

Noted British feminist writer tackles gender, sexism, identity, and power issues in a world being laid waste by “kamikaze capitalism.” From her opening premise that ‘toxic masculinity is killing the world’ you’ve got a really clear idea of where this elegant, refined and ruthlessly researched, argued and targeted seriously funny set of rants are going, and they’re aiming to the heart of the matter.

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BOOK REVIEW: Gay in the 80: From fighting for our rights to fighting for our lives : Colin Clews

April 27, 2017

Gay in the 80s examines a number of the events and issues in the UK, USA and Australia, giving a comprehensive perspective of LGBT reality during this decade The book covers the broad political context of the 1980s and takes a comparative approach to events in these countries from Clewes personal experience.

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