Thursday, 9 November 2017

October's Reading

Just three books read in October - I really am slacking... 

But I've been enjoying theatre trips, going to the Royal Albert Hall to see Jaws with an orchestra accompaniment, and basically being a slower reader.

So, here are the books I read this month. I'm aiming to read more than three in November!

Western Fringes - Amer Anwar
Winner of the CWA Debut Dagger award, Western Fringes is a gritty, hard-hitting crime thriller full of violence, family feuds and revenge. Twisty turns in this gritty crime thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat. You can read my review here.

How to be Champion - Sarah Millican
Part autobiography, part self-help, part confession, Sarah Millican, that comedian off the telly, shares her normal life with laugh out loud stories and snippets on how to deal with those crap times in your life. Sarah comes up with a fool-proof way to come up top after a divorce (why wasn't this chapter available when I needed advice like this), how to deal with crap jobs and those embarrassing IBS moments. This book is really funny and will definitely cheer you up with the colder nights.

Men Explain Things To Me - Rebecca Solnit
This important set of essays looks at the way women have to still struggle in society to have their voices and actions heard. This book will make you think about your position in society and is thought-provoking. Even though this is a serious book it is still entertaining!

What did you read in October?

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