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FGRLS Book Club: Ghosts by Dolly Alderton

Reading Ghosts by Dolly Alderton was an awakening for me, Nina is at a similar stage in her life as me – close friends are moving out of London to buy homes, having babies, getting married – it documents those growing pains process of falling in and out of friendships, when your lives start to take different directions. Dolly truly is Nora Ephron for millennials.

FGRLS Book Club: April Edition

I’m one of those people who listens to unlimited podcasts about new novel releases, obsessively bookmarks posts on Instagram with…

FGRLS Book Club: Social-Isolation Special.

It’s a strange old time right now. We’re all inside, as we should be. Boredom is starting to set in…

FGRLS Book Club: December Edition

I’ve spent half of December with my head in my hands (who amongst us hasn’t?) and the other half with…

FGRLS Book Club: October Edition 

Welcome to October’s book club, where we spotlight incredible female literary talent and let you in on our favourite page-turners…

FGRLS Book Club: Menstrual Health Day Special

 This week, we have the author of Period and all around menstrual health expert, Natalie Bryne, taking over the FGRLS Book Club. Ready to feel educated, empowered and in control of your vagina? Then keep reading. 

FGRLS Book Club: May Edition

We all know that Sally Rooney could write down her shopping list and it would (rightly so) win an award, but there’s definitely something to be said for the unexpected satisfaction of a book that’s… different. I wanted to dedicate this month’s book club to the kinds of books you haven’t – but definitely should – be reading. It’s a mixed bag, I’ll warn you, but have a little faith and you might just find something that changes your life, or at the very least, your bookshelf.