Friday, 20 March 2015

Weekend Reads

Just a quick post today to update you on what I intend to read over the weekend. Now this weekend I have quite a bit to do around the house, I also have an essay to write so I expect that I shall be procrastinating quite a lot with some fabulous reading!

Right now I am loving The Vintage Girls Guide To Love And Romance by Kristy Greenwood. It is so much fun and making me laugh out loud quite a lot. I need to remember not to read this one on a an early morning commuter train, I would be lynched for breaking the silence with my laughter.



In a complete opposite direction, I am also listening to the last book in the Hunger Game Trilogy-Mockingjay. Catching fire ended on such a cliffhanger but I am finding this one a little more difficult to read than I thought I would. I am listening to it in the car on my way to and from work but not really much more than that.



As I am going to finish this one soon, I need to decide which audiobook to listen to next. The list on my Audible app includes Me and Mr Jones by Lucy Diamond, Single Woman Seeks Revenge by Tracy Bloom, Apple Tree Yard by Louise Doughty or Daughter by Jane Shemilt. I've been taking advantage of the Audible Daily Deal offer recently so I have quite a stockpile of audiobooks waiting for me!

In terms of which paperback to read next, as always there are many choices but I am actually halfway through exactly three books that I kind of abandoned to go and read Christmas books in December-woops! So I think I really should get round to finishing these off. These include Its Not Me Its You by Mhairi McFarlane, The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simison and Special Delivery by Clare Dowling. I was finding The Rosie Effect a little difficult to get into but I was loving the other 2 books and so I don't know why I abandoned them, perhaps this weekend I will manage to finish one of them. Its Not Me Its You is the Novelicious books club pick this month so that's my motivation for finishing that one!



So which audiobook do you think I should pick? Which book should I finish/ And what are you all reading this weekend? Let me know! Have a great weekend...

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