What’s next on my reading list?

What’s next on my reading list?


Happy Friday lovelies, I hope you are all well. How has your Friday been? Today has been a very mixed day, I started work at 8 this morning which honestly made me feel like death warmed up, on the upside today I took my oldest brother out for lunch, we ate a little too much but it was really nice to spend some quality time together because we don’t usually talk that much.

Slight I wanted to share with you my new additions to my reading list I think after the new year I am going to start uploading a book review every month just because I read a lot, and I enjoy reading other people’s book reviews so I thought I would share my opinions to.

The first on my list is Wilde about the girl written by Louise Pentland. Now this is a second part story from her first book called Wilde like me, which of course I loved.

The second book on my list is To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, I’ve wanted to read this for the longest time but I just haven’t got around to doing it I actually brought this because I thought I would need it for school and unfortunately they changed the course and then I was kicked out so I was able to read this school bus from little bits I have read I know that I am going to love this book.

The the third book is the amazing milk and honey written by Rupi Kaur. For those of you who don’t know this is a book of poems it has been on my wish list since forever and I finally treated myself to it I absolutely love poems ( I have a very cool program related PR post going up next month!) Say I am super happy that I purchased the book.

After that I want to read the sun and her flowers which is another book written by Rupi Kaur, again this is another book full of poems and I am just very excited to read them and quite possibly relate to most of them.

Once I have done with my poems I am going to read boy written by Roald Dahl. My dad brought me some Roald Dahl books a few years ago for Christmas and honestly I haven’t read a single one of them and I generally think he brought them 4 maybe 5 years ago! I used to love Roald Dahl books growing up and the books my dad brought we were let’s say more mature books so I want to the start reading them.

After I have a good old throwback with Mr Dahl, I am going to read Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde because I absolutely loved the TV series and I know that books are so much better than TV programmes so I know for a fact I am going to enjoy reading the book. the really cool thing about this book is the fact that it has other stories in it.

The last book on my list is Roll of thunder, hear my cry written by Mildred D. Taylor. This book is a very hard hitting book and definitely makes me feel on edge and quite often guilty. This story is about a little girl called Cassie who lived in Mississippi in the 1930’s when being black meant bad things would happen. Cassie is such a sweet little girl who had to deal with a lot of things a lot no one should ever have to deal with! She realised what was happening around her and is she fault for a principle even though she knew it would bring terrible hardship. I definitely recommend that you have a read of this if you have never heard of it before.

That is all of the books on my reading list as I said next month I have a very exciting PR post going up to you do with poetry and I am very excited to share it with you.

I know so many of you also enjoying reading so I would love to know your book recommendations so I can have a little splurge and read something new.

Thank you so much for reading tonight’s post, I hope you have enjoyed it if you have please let me know by leaving a like and a comment below.

Sending you lots of love I will be back on Monday so have a great weekend!

A x



  1. October 26, 2018 / 8:47 pm

    To Kill a Mockingbird is a classic I read in middle school, but I’m not sure I was old enough to truly appreciate it. I may give it another go one day.

    I liked Milk and Honey a fair bit, and should pick up more poetry in general. I’ve been missing the genre, but have no idea where to even start with reading more.

    • October 27, 2018 / 9:30 pm

      Honestly poems are my go to read I have created a few of my own and was lucky enough to get some published in a book ( I have no idea what the book is called though 🙄) I think the greatest way to find poetry is to read poems from the war, there’s always such a powerful story behind each one. Up the line to death is a poem book I would recommend reading xx

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