World Book Day – 5 March

It’s the World Book Day today, so here is a good occasion to share ideas about new books. This post is open for all my readers and I do hope to get some comments. We all need inspiration for new reads, so go on, tell me, what are you reading at the moment? What has inspired you recently? Share it with me and the rest of the blogging community!

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Photo from http://worldbookday.com/

Here is the list of my latest reads:

If you have spotted a pattern here, you are right, there is one! I will be writing about her soon, to introduce her to those of you who are not familiar with her work. I am also hoping to interview her, so watch this space!

  • “50 Shades of Grey”, “50 Shades Darker”, “50 Shades Freed” by E.L. James. Yup, I gave in to the latest fashion and thoroughly enjoyed it, sorry. J

And now – over to my readers. What is your reading list right now??

15 comments

  1. I just read American Sniper by Chris Kyle. I’m a girlie girl and not usually into the ‘war’ genre but this was like listening to him next to me telling a story and it was good to have my eyes opened. I also read Gold by Chris Cleave which despite mixed reviews I REALLY enjoyed. Now onto 10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Know which I just know I’m going to blog about as every word resonates with me and how I want my daughter to set her mind. Do you use GoodReads at all?

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    • Hmmm, interesting! I have been a very slow reader over the past few years as have to spare time at all, but am getting better. No, I don’t use it yet, as I still have stacks of book at home that I need to read. But I may start using it one day. Thanks for stopping by, anyway, much appreciated!

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      • I mostly just use it for a list of books I want to read. A list that grows rather than shrinks! When I get stuck into a book that spins my wheels I will read until all hours. A very bad habit. Haha.

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  2. Essentialism by Greg McKeown. Much needed inspiration for harnessing my eclectic, easily distracted self. Every day is book day in my world 🙂 but thanks for posting this. Didn’t know there was an official day to celebrate it being so.

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