May is International Mental Health Awareness Month and we’re continuing the conversation about mental health by recommending books that explore wellbeing.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/how-to-keep-reading-after-lockdown/ How To Keep Reading After Lockdown
With lockdown restrictions easing and our reading time diminishing, we’re offering ideas for bringing books and reading with you as you re-enter the world.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/our-april-author-afia-atakora/ Our April Author: Afia Atakora
When a writer is touted as being a potential successor to Toni Morrison, you know you’re dealing with someone destined for great things: meet Afia Atakora.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/dare-to-be-powerful-audre-lorde/ Dare to be Powerful: Audre Lorde
“When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less important whether or not I am afraid” – Audre Lorde.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/10-books-for-black-womens-history-month/ 10 books for Black Women’s History Month
It’s Black Women’s History Month and we’re suggesting 10 non-fiction reads that explore how black women have helped weave the fabric of our society.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/meet-the-herstory-artist-judith-poitras-raynault/ Meet the Herstory Artist: Judith Poitras-Raynault
We spoke to our wonderfully-talented Herstory artist, Judith Poitras-Raynault, who created the gorgeous artwork for our International Women’s Day campaign.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/how-to-make-resolutions-this-international-womens-day/ How to make resolutions this International Women’s Day
For International Women’s Day 2021, why not #ChooseToChallenge and use our guide to create a list of resolutions that will help us all be better allies.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/tarana-burke-metoo-movement/ Tarana Burke: #metoo Movement
We’re celebrating inspirational women who have made an impact. Here, we highlight Tarana Burke who with just two words launched an international movement.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/yara-shahidi-a-shining-light-in-a-new-generation-of-activism/ Yara Shahidi: A Shining Light in a New Generation of Activism
Continuing on in our series of celebrating inspiring women, we’re highlighting Yara Shahidi who at just 21 years old is already a force to be reckoned with.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/choose-to-challenge-writers-who-rebel/ Choose to Challenge: Writers Who Rebel
2021’s IWD theme is Choose to Challenge, so we’re spotlighting 10 of our favourite female activist-writers who choose to challenge through their work.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/feminist-icons-alice-walker/ Feminist Icons: Alice Walker
This International Women’s Day, we are spotlighting one of our favourite authors and activists: Alice Walker, who penned The Colour Purple.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/10-books-for-your-iwd-tbr-pile/ 10 Books for your IWD TBR pile
Here are 10 books by women whose work has broken barriers, given voice to marginalised people and continues to inspire, entertain and inform us as readers.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/a-bookish-galentines-gift-guide/ A Bookish Galentine’s Gift Guide for 2021
We’ve curated our top ten picks of bookish gifts from small businesses to show your gals how much they mean to you this Galentine’s Day.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/no-place-like-home-what-to-do-indoors-this-winter-season/ No Place Like Home: What to do indoors this winter season
Lockdown means many of us are spending more time at home, so we’ve rounded up the best activities to keep you occupied until the world opens up again.
https://aphrabookclub.com/post/to-read-or-not-to-read-getting-out-of-your-lockdown-reading-slump/ To Read or Not to Read: Getting out of your lockdown reading slump!
We’re offering advice on how to get out of the reading slump the second lockdown might bring about – reading is part of the self-care we need right now.