This Week In Books #121

I am joining in with the lovely Lipsy from Lipsy’s Lost and Found’s feature which highlights our week in books. I shall be sharing what I’m reading now, then and next! I won’t be showcasing my new books as I do that on a Saturday. I’m really excited by this feature as I loved sharing my recent reads. My book reviews published on my blog are often WAY behind what I’m actually reading, so this is a good feature to keep you up to date!

Book images go to Goodreads!

You, Me, Everything The Creakers Twelve Steps to Normal

NOW- You, Me, EverythingCatherine Isaac– I’m about 100 pages into this book which I’m very much enjoying. I’ll be reviewing it with Beth as part of our ‘Talking About’ feature.

THENThe CreakersTom Fletcher– This was the kid-lit choice for August and I thought it was fabulous!

NEXTTwelve Steps To NormalFarrah Penn– I’m looking forward to this book! 🙂 I’ve heard good things.

What are you reading this week? Let me know!

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This Week In Books #120

I am joining in with the lovely Lipsy from Lipsy’s Lost and Found’s feature which highlights our week in books. I shall be sharing what I’m reading now, then and next! I won’t be showcasing my new books as I do that on a Saturday. I’m really excited by this feature as I loved sharing my recent reads. My book reviews published on my blog are often WAY behind what I’m actually reading, so this is a good feature to keep you up to date!

Book images go to Goodreads!

Lucky in Love I Let Him Go: From the mother of James Bulger 18763344

NOWLucky In LoveKasie West- I’m currently reading this very light, contemporary YA read about a girl who wins the lottery. It’s easy to read but not ground-breaking. I needed something like this after my previous read!

THENI Let Him GoDenise Fergus– This was the book that I needed some light relief from. This book is about the murder of James Bulger. It focuses on the aftermath on the terrible crime. It is utterly heart-breaking but I found it to be a compulsive read.

NEXTI Am JazzJessica Herthel and Jazz Jennings– This is the book that Beth and I are reading for our Banned Books feature this month. Our discussion will be out on Monday!

What are you reading this week? Let me know!

This Week In Books #119

I am joining in with the lovely Lipsy from Lipsy’s Lost and Found’s feature which highlights our week in books. I shall be sharing what I’m reading now, then and next! I won’t be showcasing my new books as I do that on a Saturday. I’m really excited by this feature as I loved sharing my recent reads. My book reviews published on my blog are often WAY behind what I’m actually reading, so this is a good feature to keep you up to date!

Book images go to Goodreads!

The Astonishing Color of After Tender The Exact Opposite of Okay

NOWThe Astonishing Color Of AfterEmily X. R Pan– I’m almost halfway through this book about a girl whose mother committed suicide. She’s convinced that her mother has come back as a bird.

THENTenderEve Ainsworth– This is a raw read about young carers. Both characters are experiencing caring for a family member.

NEXTThe Exact Opposite Of OkayLaura Steven– I’m looking forward to reading this book soon. I don’t know much about it but it caught my eye when I looked at 2018 Debuts!

What are you reading this week? Let me know!

This Week In Books #118

I am joining in with the lovely Lipsy from Lipsy’s Lost and Found’s feature which highlights our week in books. I shall be sharing what I’m reading now, then and next! I won’t be showcasing my new books as I do that on a Saturday. I’m really excited by this feature as I loved sharing my recent reads. My book reviews published on my blog are often WAY behind what I’m actually reading, so this is a good feature to keep you up to date!

Book images go to Goodreads!

Show Stopper Nice Try, Jane Sinner I Was Born For This

NOWShow Stopper Hayley Barker– I was sent the second book in this series for review before I realised it was a series. I quickly picked up the first book and I’m currently over halfway through it. I’m absolutely loving it at the moment. I’m a bit obsessed with circus themed books at the moment so this one is perfect to read! I highly recommend it. My review of this book should be out next week! 🙂

THENNice Try, Jane SinnerLianne Oelke– I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. It’s a debut novel this year! I was captivated by the journal narrative. Look out for my review in a few weeks!

NEXTI Was Born For ThisAlice Oseman– After really enjoying Radio Silence, I’m intrigued to see what this book is like.

What are you reading this week? Let me know!

This Week In Books #117

I am joining in with the lovely Lipsy from Lipsy’s Lost and Found’s feature which highlights our week in books. I shall be sharing what I’m reading now, then and next! I won’t be showcasing my new books as I do that on a Saturday. I’m really excited by this feature as I loved sharing my recent reads. My book reviews published on my blog are often WAY behind what I’m actually reading, so this is a good feature to keep you up to date!

Book images go to Goodreads!

NOW

Almost Love

I usually really lap up Louise O’Neill’s books. They push the boundaries and intrigue me. I’m enjoying this book, but it’s not the 5 star that I thought it might be.

THEN

The Killing Type: A short story from the bestselling author of My Husband’s Wife

I read this short story before I started Almost Love. I enjoyed it and wished it was longer! My review is up already as it was an ARC from May. Oops. See my review HERE.

NEXT

The Last Piece of My Heart

After reading two heavy going books, I’m in need of some light fiction!

What are you reading this week? Let me know!

This Week In Books #116

I am joining in with the lovely Lipsy from Lipsy’s Lost and Found’s feature which highlights our week in books. I shall be sharing what I’m reading now, then and next! I won’t be showcasing my new books as I do that on a Saturday. I’m really excited by this feature as I loved sharing my recent reads. My book reviews published on my blog are often WAY behind what I’m actually reading, so this is a good feature to keep you up to date!

Book images go to Goodreads!

Persons Unknown (DS Manon, #2)

NOW- Persons UnknownSusie Steiner– I’m currently just over halfway through this book. I don’t find it very remarkable but it’s easy enough to read. This book will be reviewed as part of the ‘Talking About feature’, with my sister Beth!

Goodbye, Perfect

THENGoodbye, PerfectSara Barnard- This didn’t take me long to read at all. It’s about a teacher-student relationship…which always sits strangely with me!

Brave New World

NEXTBrave New World- Aldous Huxley- This is this month’s Banned Book. Look out for the review on the last Monday of the month!

What are you reading this week? Let me know!

This Week In Books #115

I am joining in with the lovely Lipsy from Lipsy’s Lost and Found’s feature which highlights our week in books. I shall be sharing what I’m reading now, then and next! I won’t be showcasing my new books as I do that on a Saturday. I’m really excited by this feature as I loved sharing my recent reads. My book reviews published on my blog are often WAY behind what I’m actually reading, so this is a good feature to keep you up to date!

Book images go to Goodreads!

Some Kind of Wonderful Hush Little Baby Turtles All the Way Down

NOWSome Kind Of WonderfulGiovanna Fletcher– I’m currently around a third of the way through this book. I’m enjoying it. It’s not the most mind-blowing book, but it’s an easy to read book!

THEN- Hush Little BabyJoanna Barnard– I really enjoyed this book! Hopefully my review will be up within the next few weeks.

NEXTTurtles All The Way DownJohn Green– I am nervous about this book. I’m not the biggest fan of John Green, but I wanted to give it a go.

What are you reading this week? Let me know!