Friday, 31 January 2014

Booking Around

Happy Friday All!

When I was little I loved to read and I still do but I've become a massive TV & Movie nut as I got older and in the last couple of years I'm been reading less and less, so you've read me harping on about 2014 being awesome and this to me means reading...and a lot!... well, as much as I can.

I mean where I have a house of my own I want to fill it with books, so I figure I better get reading!

Here's a look at what I'm reading right now, books I have on the way & on my wish list.

Melissa Explains It All, by Melissa Hart 
Swimming Studies, by Leanne Shapton
The Fault in Our Stars, by John Green
The Body Book, by Cameron Diaz

Gone Girl, by Gillian Flynn 
Kinfolk Table, The Recipes for Small Gatherings, by Nathan Williams
Z: A Novel Of Zelda Fitzgerald, by Therese Ann Fowler
Sense & Sensibility, by Joanna Trollope

Right now I'm reading 'The Fault in Our Star' and it couldn't have come at a better time as I'll be training it around England this weekend to see my best friend for the weekend. 

So look out for my posts on it next week, as well as a recipe post I just didn't get time to put up this week. 

All are available on Amazon or I'm sure your local books store. 

Here's also a good read on Books to read and movies to look out for in 2014.


  1. I loved Gone Girl and have just bought TFIOS on Kindle (although I have three books ahead of it in the queue already lol) Interested to hear your opinions on the Melissa Joan Hart book, I suspect she's had a pretty crazy life being a child star and all! x

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    2. I haven't started Gone Girl yet, but just started TFIOS actually and so far falling slightly in love with it. The Melissa Joan Hart Bio I got over the Christmas period and as I do I sort of dip in and out of it and read odd chapters rather than start to finish but I really enjoyed it and you're right, she's had a crazy and awesome life.
      Thanks for reading! x

  2. I'm obsessed with books, or should I say buying books. Every time I go into Waterstones or log onto Amazon I end up coming away with at least three! Meaning I am now have hundreds of books waiting and I'm beginning to panic because I don't think I have enough time left in my life to read them all.
    Lucy x
    La Lingua : Food + Life in Milano

    1. Lucy I am the exact same way and this weekend I was in Waterstones in Birmingham and did some major splurging, which I will of course put up soon. And, Lucy never doubt there is plenty of time to read, and with that I say Thanks for reading x