My Sister, the Best Person I know.
Originally published in OPRAH, Monica Wood, author of THE ONE-IN-A-MILLION BOY, writes candidly about her sister Betty’s developmental delays and the loyalty, love and unique sense of humour that comes along with it. In the beginning, […]Read More
What sisterhood means to me – Emma Hannigan
With Mother’s Day just a week away and sisterhood week coming to a close, we couldn’t say it better than Emma Hannigan. Long live strong women relationships. Over the years, as I’ve taken on one […]Read More
Team Bookends’ favourite literary characters that best represent the concept of Sisterhood
Mariam & Laila in A Thousand Splemdid Suns by Khaled Hosseini: I loved this book for many reasons, one of them being the incredible portrayal of the strength of the female bond through the relationship that […]Read More
What sisterhood means to me by Christina Hopkinson
‘Sisters, sisters… there were never such devoted sisters’ goes the classic Irving Berlin song from the film White Christmas (and it’s all very lovely until the most unsisterly last line: ‘And lord help the sister […]Read More
Sarah Duguid’s Favourite Portrayals of Sisterhood – Part 2
On Monday we brought you the first part of debut author, Sarah Duguid’s round up of depictions of sisterhood and what better way to mark publication day of LOOK AT ME, than with Part 2? […]Read More
Sarah Duguid’s Favourite Portrayals of Sisterhood – Part 1.
To launch Sisterhood Week on Bookends, inspired by Sarah Duguid’s debut LOOK AT ME, which sees protagonist Lizzy’s world unravel when she discovers she has a secret half-sister, Sarah herself has written us a list […]Read More