The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert

I was drawn to this book by the promise of a strong female character; a scientist in the 19th century making her way through life in a male and religion dominated world. I wasn't disappointed at all. The Signature of All Things starts with the story of Alma's father and how he came to become... Continue Reading →

The Skeleton Cupboard by Tanya Byron

The skeleton cupboard takes you on the journey of qualifying as a clinical psychologist. Tanya Byron talks through each of her placements in different areas of mental health and brings an understanding of how the psychologist can feel in these situations. This fiction book based on her experiences in training straddles the fiction/non-fiction boundary well.... Continue Reading →

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