The books I read April – June (2018)

Oh lord, I scarcely wish to post this.. but I shall. Unfortunately, over the last 3 months, I have only managed to read 3 books! Exams and University took priority but hopefully, Summer will ensure my reading picks up and the next post will hold a number more books!

 

  • I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie KinsellaΒ – As I know I’ve said before Sophie Kinsella’s books have quickly become a great love of mine so I’m sure it’s no surprise this has been read! I find them simplistic enough to count as ‘before-sleep’ reading while keeping me riveted enough to love them! I do, however, think I’m beginning to run out of new ones to read so if anyone knows of similar authors please do let know!
  • Dancing in my nuddy-pants by Louise Rennison – Although not a favourite of the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series I wasn’t about to skip any in my series re-read and it just provides an enjoyable amount of giggling and cringing!
  • Simon vs. the homo sapiens agenda by Becky Albertalli – Ahhh this book is just beautiful. I read it post watching the film which isn’t something I usually do and, yet, I still really loved it. It built on the foundations with beautiful detail and added moments and I really do think it’s an impressive novel. I’m so excited to read the next one – Leah on the Offbeat!

12 thoughts on “The books I read April – June (2018)

  1. If you read Simon I really recommend you reading the sequel Leah on the Offbeat.
    Also if you are looking for more LGBT reads similar to Simon I recommend the rainbow boys series, also fans of the impossible life

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    1. OOO thank you so much! I’m always looking for book recommendations, especially LGBTQ+. I have Leah on the Offbeat on my bookshelf actually but I’m saving it for a post-exam treat but I’m so pleased to hear good things about it. I’ll definitely be checking out the other recommendations. Hope you’re doing well & happy reading! xxx

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    1. It sucks, doesn’t it? I’m trying to put 15 minutes aside each day but it still seems like so little when there’s so much to read! xxx

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  2. Sophie Kinsella is also my favorite author ,definitely adding this book to my tbr ,and I totally understand being sidetracked by life and schoolπŸ˜„

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    1. She’s incredible, isn’t she/ I hope she brings out more soon as I think I’m running out of ones to read. I hope you’re finding some more time to read, life really does get in the way of things lol. xxx

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