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  • Flower Crowns and Fearsome Things

    £9.99

    In her new standalone poetry collection, flower crowns & fearsome things, bestselling & award-winning poetess Amanda Lovelace explores the complexity of femininity through alternating wildflower & wildfire poems. Within these pages, you will find that each of us has the ability to be both soft & fierce at the same time. There is no need…

  • Queer Up: An Uplifting Guide to LGBTQ+ Love, Life and Mental Health

    £7.99

    A positive and uplifting book for young people who are queer or curious – and their allies looking to support them. In this empowering and uplifting book, award-winning podcaster Alexis Caught sets out to help queer and curious teenagers explore their LGBTQ+ identity and understanding. Alongside the author’s personal experiences are first-hand stories from notable…

  • How Civil Wars Start: And How to Stop Them

    £18.99

    Civil wars are the biggest danger to world peace today – this book shows us why they happen, and how to avoid them. Most of us don’t know it, but we are living in the world’s greatest era of civil wars. While violence has declined worldwide, civil wars have increased. This is a new phenomenon….

  • (M)otherhood: On the Choices of Being a Woman

    £9.99

    In a world where women have more choices than ever, society nevertheless continues to exert the stigma and pressures of less enlightened times when it comes to childbirth, defining women by whether they embrace or reject motherhood, and whether they can have children or not. Dr Pragya Agarwal uses her own varied experiences and choices…

  • No Such Thing as Normal

    £9.99

    ‘Mental illness has led to some of the worst times of my life… but it has also led to some of the most brilliant. Bad things happen, but good things can come from them. And strange as it might sound, my mental health has been vastly improved by being mentally ill.’ From depression and anxiety…

  • That Moment When

    £20.00

    You might know Mo as the critically acclaimed stand-up comedian, BAFTA-winning presenter, Masked Singer judge and social media mega star. But do you know the moments that really made him? Opening up on the turning points, the good times, the challenges and the lessons learned, this is Mo as you’ve never seen him before. Journeying through childhood…

  • Misfits: A Personal Manifesto

    £9.99

    A powerful manifesto on how speaking your truth and owning your differences can transform your life. In this sensational agenda-setting début, Michaela Coel, BAFTA-winning actor and writer of breakout series I May Destroy You and Chewing Gum, makes a compelling case for radical honesty. Drawing on her unflinching Edinburgh Festival MacTaggart lecture, Misfits recounts deeply personal anecdotes from Coel’s…

  • You Are A Champion: How to Be the Best You Can Be

    £9.99

    It’s hard to know what is possible until you start. You have to be able to dream big and be prepared to work towards your dreams. I’ve achieved a lot so far, but it didn’t come in one go; big things rarely happen overnight, and good things rarely happen as if by magic . ….

  • Just Ignore Him

    £9.99

    In this compelling memoir, comedian and actor Alan Davies recalls his boyhood with vivid insight and devastating humour. Shifting between his 1970s upbringing and his life today, Davies moves poignantly from innocence to experience to the clarity of hindsight, always with a keen sense of the absurd. From sibling dynamics, to his voiceless, misunderstood progression…

  • Inferior

    £9.99

    From intelligence to emotion, for centuries science has told us that men and women are fundamentally different. But this is not the whole story. Shedding light on controversial research and investigating the ferocious gender wars in biology, psychology and anthropology, Angela Saini takes readers on an eye-opening journey to uncover how women are being rediscovered….

  • Superior

    £9.99

    Superior tells the disturbing story of the persistent thread of belief in biological racial differences in the world of science. After the horrors of the Nazi regime in WWII, the mainstream scientific world turned its back on eugenics and the study of racial difference. But a worldwide network of eugenicists founded journals and funded research, providing…

  • In Their Shoes

    £12.99

    There is no one way to be non-binary, and that’s truthfully one of the best things about it. It’s an identity that is yours to shape. Combining light-hearted anecdotes with their own hard-won wisdom, Jamie Windust explores everything from fashion, dating, relationships and family, through to mental health, work and future key debates. From trying…

  • What White People Can Do Next : From Allyship to Coalition

    £7.99

    A poignant and sensible guide to questioning the meaning of whiteness and creating an antiracist world from the acclaimed historian and author of Twisted. Vital and empowering What White People Can Do Next teaches each of us how to be agents of change in the fight against racism and the establishment of a more just and equitable…

  • FATLIP

    £5.99

    A Love Story collection, a memoir in parts, an anthology of relatable awkwardness, FATLIP will make you laugh, cry, and reach for your loved ones. ‘The words fall from the page. As they should.’ – Caroline Ambrose, The Bath Novel Awards ‘A lovely piece of writing by someone who knows their genre well and really goes…

  • The Black Friend: On Being a Better White Person

    £8.99

    From the perspective of the friend everyone should have, Frederick Joseph offers an essential read for white people who want to be better about race—and people of colour who long to see their experiences validated. “We don’t see color.” “I didn’t know Black people liked Star Wars!” “What hood are you from?” For Frederick Joseph,…

  • The Hill We Climb

    £9.99

    On January 20, 2021, Amanda Gorman became the sixth and youngest poet to deliver a poetry reading at a presidential inauguration. Taking the stage after the 46th president of the United States, Joe Biden, Gorman captivated the nation and brought hope to viewers around the globe. Her poem “The Hill We Climb: An Inaugural Poem…