Upcoming Reads

Now that my blog has been live for a while, I can see patterns in how posts should run. It’s been a lot of fun working out how my blog schedule should work to keep my readers interest (hopefully… It’s early days and I’m still cheering if I get a reader who isn’t my mum!)

Maybe one day….

“Upcoming Reads” will be a monthly instalment, allowing my readers an insight into upcoming reviews. If you have any opinions of books I should read and review, I would love to hear your suggestions – feel free to post in the comments section.

Upcoming Reads For November

The Secret River by Kate Grenville
London, 1806 – William Thornhill, happily wedded to his childhood sweetheart Sal, is a waterman on the River Thames. Life is tough but bearable until William makes a mistake, a mistake for which he and his family are made to pay dearly. His sentence: to be transported to New South Wales for the term of his natural life.

Stig of the Dump by Clive King
Nobody believes Barney when he says he’s discovered a boy living wild in the dump. But for Barney, Stif is totally real. They become great friends, learn each other’s ways and embark on a series of exciting adventures.

The Wishlist by Melanie La’Brooy
Lucy, an actress who just can’t get a break, is warm, funny, and a total addict for happy endings, except she can’t seem to find one for her own life. When the devilishly handsome Byron appears, Lucy thinks she has fallen into her own personalised fairytale…

Have you read any of these novels? What did you think of them? Comment below

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