When I was younger I was very much an avid reader. I could demolish a book in an afternoon, and never left the house with at least one in my bag. Sadly though many excuses I seem to have lost that more recently, always seeming to have so much to do with no time to read. However, I've decided that if I have time to be on twitter or watch Netflix, then I definitely have time to read! I'm always in awe of people that complete huge reading challenges, and I feel like that might just be a bit too much of a challenge just now, so I've set myself a mini one: I have a stack of books on my desk that I want to read. I don't have a deadline, but every time I find myself unnecessarily on social media, I need to switch it off and read a chapter instead! So, the books in my list...
This was given to me as a gift and isn't the book I'd usually pick up off the shelf but I thought it would be a good place to start to expand my usual reading repertoire! I tend to go for more lighthearted reads so I'm interested to see how I find this one!
I'm really excited to start this one! Amy is super lovely and this one has been recommended to me by so many people. My favourite books when I was younger were the Princess Diaries series and I've heard there are similarities, so this one sounds like a great light read to unwind with in the evenings!
I picked this up a while ago but haven't got very far into it. I desperately need to do something to kickstart my eating habits which have (again) got into a bit of a slump towards the unhealthy side. This one was recommended as a great way to change your view on food, so I'm hoping it will help!
I feel like this one doesn't need an introduction. To Kill A Mockingbird is the reason I love reading, one of the first books I remember reading that had a real effect on me. I've actually started this one already and am about half way through, so will share my thoughts when I get to the end!
What are you reading at the moment? I'd love it if you could share some recommendations of what to add to my list!