Here’s what I will be reading and listening to this month😀
What are you all reading and listening to this January? I would love to know😊
Lady In Waiting Anne Glenconner
I have been drawn to books about the Royals after watching The Crown.
Adele A Novel Nicola Cassidy
It looked and sounded like an intriguing read.
Nora Roberts Catching Snowflakes
First, I was drawn to the pretty book cover and after reading the synopsis I had to add it to the list.
One Summer In Paris Sarah Morgan
I love Sarah Morgans books and stories set in beautiful Paris.
One Summer In Paris is the perfect combination.
The Telephone Box Library Rachael Lucas
I am taking part in Beat The BackList Reading Challenge 2021 and this book has been sat on my bookcase for a while and first to be added to my backlist.
The Boy, the mole, the fox and the Horse Charlie Mackesy
I have read great things about this book so I am looking forward to listening.
A Life On Our Planet My Witness Statement And Vision For The Future Sir David Attenborough
Three words. Sir David AttenboroughA Promised Land Barack Obama
Two words. Barack Obama
The Ickabog JK Rowling
With all that’s happening right now, I have been drawn to reading children’s books to help ease the feeling of anxiety and also it’s a story by the incredible JK Rowling and narrated by the wonderful Stephen Fry an irresistible combination.
The heart of the story is a wonderful bond between a group of friends celebrating happy moments and giving comfort during difficult times.
Get comfortable with a cup of tea in your best vintage china teacup with biscuits or a slice of cake and enjoy listening to the journey of these characters as they navigate adult life and experience heartbreak, betrayal, family drama and falling in love for a second time.
Freya Fuller is estranged from her parents and has been following her childhood dream of becoming a gardener ever since. When an opportunity to design a winter garden opens up at a Victorian property in Nightingale Square, Freya jumps at the chance to make a fresh start. But while the majority of the residents are welcoming, local artist Finn seems determined to shut her out, and when Freya’s family make a surprise appearance, it seems that her new life is about to come crashing down . . .
The Winter Garden is the perfect read this Christmas, promising snowfall, warm fires and breath-taking seasonal romance. Perfect for fans of Carole Matthews, Cathy Bramley and Sarah Morgan.
Heidi Swain is one of my favourite authors to read, in part because of her exceptional world-building, and all of her books are like a warm hug from a friend…