I figure that one way you may get to know me a bit better (and therefore decide if you want to work with me) is by having a look at what I read in the year…an unusual leaning toward feminist books. Milkman remains my number one.


Milkman Anna Burns; Half of a Yellow Sun: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie; Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine: Gail Honeyman; Ask Me About My Uterus: Abby Norman; Do You Have a Female Brain or Male Brain? : Gina Rippon; When Breath Becomes Air : Paul Kalanithi; Hunger :Roxane Gay; Mother: Sarah Knott; Educated: Tara Westover; Clean: Michele Kirsch; Mothership: Francesca Segal; Giving Up the Ghost : Hilary Mantel; The Seed: Alexandra Kimball; The Genius Within: David Adam; Flights: Olga Tokarczuk; The Hidden Life of Trees: Peter Wohlleben; Witches, Sluts & Feminism: ed Kristen Sollee; Normal People: Sally Rooney; Hormonal: Eleanor Morgan; Everything I Never Told You: Celeste Ng; Then We Came to the End: Joshua Ferris; Period: Emma Barnett ; The Buried Giant : Kazuo Ishiguro; Vagina – A Re-Education: Lynne Enright; The Overstory: Richard Powers; Give Birth Like A Feminist: Milli Hill; The Little Red Chairs: Edna O’Brien; The Inflamed Mind: Edward Bullmore; Selfie: William Storr; Autumn: Ali Smith; An American Marriage: Tayari Jones; Pain and Prejudice: Gabrielle Jackson