Good Vibes, Good Life by Vex King
At the moment I’m really working on improving my quality of life, and that starts from within. So I’m turning to books in order to help me grow as a person and I’m looking forward to sitting down with a cup of mulled wine flavoured tea and reading this book.
Pillow Thoughts 2 by Courtney Peppernell
I really enjoyed reading this series, but the 2nd part was out of stock on Amazon when I first went to order the series after enjoying the first book. Thankfully, it was back in stock when I went to look for a 2nd time. I’m about half way through this poetry book so far and I’m really enjoying it.
Uncaged Wallflower by Jennae Cecelia
I’ve already read this poetry book and this along with ‘I am more than a daydream; are probably my favourites pieces of work by this author.
Light Is New Black by Rebecca Campbell:
I’ve been wanting to read a more spiritual book for quite a while and when I spotted this on Amazon I just had to get it. I had no idea where to start with spirituality, but this one just pulled me in with it’s clear chapters and it just looks like a decent read.
The Mermaid’s Voice Returns In This One by Amanda Lovelace
I’m trying to cut back on my poetry a little bit as I’ve been through a bit of a poetry-binge lately. But there’s still a few poetry books I’m yet to finish reading, including this one.
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
I’ve heard a lot of people say good things about this book and I just love the story’s premise.
How To Stop Time by Matt Haig
I’ve basically purchased all of Matt Haig’s books because they’re easy to find on Amazon and they look pretty on my bookshelf but I’m hoping to have read them all by the end of Spring.
Women Don’t Owe You Pretty by Florence Given
Another book I’ve heard great things about is women don’t owe you pretty. I’ve made a start on it and I’m really enjoying it so far. I’m not normally one for informative books but I feel as though the message it sends is very important.
Notes On A Nervous Planet by Matt Haig
I’m about half way through Notes On A Nervous Planet at the moment and I’m really enjoying the shorter chapters that make it so easy to read. It’s full of facts and personal anecdotes and it’s just a pleasant bit of light reading.