What Mummy is Currently Reading!
Hi everyone! You’re probably used to me by now sharing book recommendations for kids. Well, I also get asked a lot if I ever have time to read books for myself and if so, whether I could share some recommendations for mums (and dads) to read. And the answer is yes I do, and yes I can! So, for a change, my latest video is about what I’m currently reading. Hope you enjoy it!
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List of books:
- Brave, by Rose McGowan
- Out of the Blue, by Sophie Cameron
- The Anna Karenina Fix, by Viv Groskop
- The Gender Games, by Juno Dawson
- The House with Chicken Legs, by Sophie Anderson
- In the Dark, by Cara Hunter
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Ohh I love book recommendations and haven’t read any of these! Will be adding to my every growing reading list xx
Amy - All about a Mummy
I haven’t read any of those but there is a couple there which are definitely my kind of books!
That’s a really eclectic and interesting book pile! I’m not a big reader of biographies, but I’ve heard Rose McGowan talk and hers is one I might make an exception for. I AM quite a fan of Russian literature though, so I might have to give the Anna Karenina Fix a go too – though I dread to think what some of those life lessons might be! Top of my pile to read next is’Not Forgetting the Whale’ by John Ironmonger, which hopefully I’ll finally get round to now the summer holidays are over…
Thank you for putting this list together. It’s helpful to have some good books in mind.
In the Dark seems closer to my usual read, so I will check it out.
Alex Lamb & Bear
I wish I could read more. I spend every spare minute working and if I do pick up a book in bed I fall asleep straight away!
What an interesting list of books, I’ve never read any Russian literature so they sound really intriguing. I’ve always stopped myself from having more than one book on the go at any time because I thought it was a little naughty, but seeing that you do it has convinced me that it’s okay after all. ;)
I haven’t actually read any of these but love the sound of some of them, always looking for some great books to read so going to add them to my wishlist now. Thank you x
I really enjoyed your book review and how lovely to have had the opportunity to hear some the authors speak in Edinburgh. The Anna Karenina Fix and The Gender Games sound particularly interesting – I’m going to have to visit the local library soon and make some time to read!
Oh I love a good recommendation- I’m currently reading Dan Brown one after the other so will need a change of track soon!