What Mummy is Currently Reading!
Hi everyone, this week has been really busy for me as it’s Oskar’s birthday this coming weekend, so I’ve been party planning and baking cakes. But I’ve managed to make a quick video of the new books that have made their way on to my reading pile recently. Maybe there’s something there that caches your eye too, for those rare ‘me time’ moments:
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List of books:
- Nasty Women, by 404 Ink, edited by Heather McDaid & Laura Jones
- Notes to Self, by Emilie Pine
- An Ordinary Man, by Paul Rusesabagina, with Tom Zoellner
- Paper Ghosts, by Julia Heaberlin
- Hillbilly Elegy, by J. D. Vance
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I do love a good book to curl up with. I don’t often make the time anymore. These suggestions all sound great though.
I have a soft spot for crime thrillers too haha I’ll have to give Paper Ghosts a go!! Thank you :)
I love reading and am currently enjoying a spark of light by Jodi Picoult after going to her book tour last month. I am always on the look out for new authors so thanks for sharing these
Happy birthday to Oskar. I’ve recently subscribed to audible and have been listening to audio books in bed as a way to help me relax. I’ve been struggling with some ideas to add to my library so thank you for these ideas.
I’d love to curl up with a good fiction book – currently drowning in parenting books sent in by PRs here!
None of these are what I would usually go for, so it is great to have some recommendations that will make me want to step outside my usual reading material and try something new
Thank you for sharing these . I’ve been at a bit of loss as to what to read
I really want to get back into reading, lift just always seems to take over! Nasty Women sounds a very interesting read.
I really need to start reading again, it’s been ages since I have picked an actual book up. I find it much easier nowadays to listen to an audio book on audible. SO while I haven’t ‘read’ any books recently I have listened to a few ;)