#SheReviews Yellowface By Rebecca F. Kuang

The eternally profound and classy playwright, William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616) wrote, in the ethereally noble and cautionary tale of “Hamlet”, cuttingly of ambition as a character trait. He tells us that “The very substance of the ambitious is merely the shadow […]

#SheReviews Sisterhood By Cathy Kelly

Human relationships are, at-times, the most complicated and non-transparent of beasts. Abuse, manipulation and even betrayal may occur. Other times, the fine webs of human connections encapsulate the noblest of interactions, and are full of unending decency, loyalty, love and kindness. Family […]

#SheReviews The Other Bridget By Rachael Johns

The beautiful and timeless existence of love can surely never be doubted. Even a mere slither of love can cast undiluted and dazzling light onto an otherwise murkily dreary day. Further, romantic love illuminates millions of lives throughout the world every day. […]

#SheReviews Ripper By Shelley Burr

Australian country towns are, going on initial appearances, a frontier embodiment, and time capsule of, deeply embedded old-fashioned customs, values and relationships…….or are they? There are some Australian country towns that exist as a veritable mirage of their ‘glory days’. Days long […]

#SheReviews Madame Web – Ruth Greening

Madame Web is a 2024 superhero movie based on Marvel Comics featuring the character of the same name. A movie for all superhero followers young and old, filmed around Massachusetts, Boston and New York City. Cassandra Web (Dakota Johnson) is a paramedic […]

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