Reading Challenge, 2017

Helllloooooo Internet People! I hope you’re feeling lovely and wonderful this August afternoon.

My boyfriend and I aren’t the most competitive people, but every year, we set ourselves a Β “Reading Challenge”. The idea is, we set ourselves a goal of X number of books, and the first person to read that OR the person who reads the most is the winner. I know I know, we’re nerds. But we love it! πŸ˜€

I really want to start doing book reviews on my blog, but for now, I thought I’d share with you lovely folks the books I’ve read so far this year. My goal is 40, and I’ve done 29 so far! Please let me know if there are any you would like reviews on, or feel free to give me your recommendations for what I should read next!

 

Milk and Honey

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Young and Beardless

The Dead School

Poetry of the First World War

Eureka Street

The Return of the Soldiers

Where Am I Now?

The Trick is to Keep Breathing

It’s Not What You Think

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Reasons to Stay Alive

One by One in the Darkness

Everything Everything

Kissing Doorknobs

Bridget Jones’s Diary

The Duck Commander Family

The Snapper

Why Not Me?

Cliffhanger

Mad Girl

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Jesus > Religion

‘and that’s when it fell off in my hand…’

Uninvited

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The Wrong Knickers

‘…then he ate my boy entrancers’

Love Does

‘Startled by his furry shorts’

Luuurve is a many trousered thing

Crazy Love

Stop in the name of pants!

 

I am currently reading ‘The Best Yes’ by Lisa TerKeurst, and it’s soooo good! Again, what would you guys suggest I read next? I LOVE talking books, so please, feed my obsession!!

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A bientΓ΄t,

Amber xx

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Sophie says:

    Oooh boy, I have so many book recommendations that I could give, but right now I would say The Night Circus, Erin Morgenstern, which is my all time favourite book. It’s a slow burn and might take some getting used to depending on your opinion on heavily descriptive books but I loved the sense of magic it evoked. Oh, and also almost anything by Neil Gaiman, especially American Gods and Neverwhere! There are some on this list that I’ve now just added to my ever, ever growing to-read list!

    1. Amber says:

      Oh my goodness, I have heard so many amazing things about The Night Circus! I will have to add it to the list πŸ˜€ thanks for the recommendations!! πŸ™‚

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