I took the photos for this post so long ago that I’ve actually read a few of these books now. However, I am still excited to share what I’ve got in my to be read pile this spring as there is a good variety in there. I got a few books for Christmas and a book voucher to treat myself too. I bought a few I’d had my eye on for a while and some from the 3 for £10 paperback offer they had at the time. I’m really falling in love with getting real books again, as much as I do love my Kindle I must admit that having the physical copy of a book feels so much more satisfying.
As I said I’ve already read a few; I’ve joined in Parker and Me‘s book club over on twitter #BookClub140 and Small Great Things was the first book, it wasn’t something I’d usually read and I was pleasantly surprised with how much I liked it. I’m hoping the book club pushes me out of my comfort zone a little. I was sent The Book of Bera by Unbound, they are fantastic crowdfunded publishers and this one is a Viking Fantasy novel. I’m part way through now and it’s totally different to anything I’ve read before. I’m going to write a little more about it in another post when I’ve finished it. The Rest Of Us Just Live here I mentioned in A Little Bit Lately and it was a great read, I haven’t found a Patrick Ness book yet that I haven’t loved. My first read of the year was We Have Always Lived in the Castle and I’d really recommend it, I knew nothing about it or the author but it was quirky and wonderful.
The other books I’ve got piled up ready for the next few months are;
The Princess Diarist – Carrie Fisher
The Nightingale – Kristin Hannah
Hollow City – Ransom Riggs
One – Sarah Crossman
Go Set A Watchman – Harper Lee
One Hundred Years Of Solitude – Gabriel Garcia Marquez
The Secret Of Nightingale Wood – Lucy Strange
A Farewell To Arms – Ernest Hemmingway
I usually have a few books on the go as I like to read different things depending on what mood I’m in so I’m glad I’ve ended up with a good mix of books. I’m excited to read pretty much all of these and I’ve love to hear if you’ve read any and what you think of them.
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