Review | Dr Turner’s Casebook by Stephen McGann

One of the BBC’s most successful Sunday night dramas, Call the Midwife has brought the intertwining messages of faith, hope, humanity, love, and compassion to millions of audiences worldwide. Originally taking the stories from the popular books by Jennifer Worth, it is now about to move onto its sixth series where it continues to tackleContinue reading “Review | Dr Turner’s Casebook by Stephen McGann”

Review | Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

milk and honey is Rupi Kaur’s first published collection of poetry and prose. Focusing on survival, it is based on the raw and gritty experiences of violence, abuse, love, loss, and femininity. Split into four chapters, each one serves its own purpose, dealing with these specific subjects in its own way. What this does is takeContinue reading “Review | Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur”