Best Reads of 2017.

2017 reads pt 1

2017 reads pt 2
Most recently read: top left, oldest read: bottom right

If you’ve been on my blog for a while, you’ll remember a post I did at the start of last year where I wrote about the books that had the greatest impact on me in 2016. Well, in a shocking turn of events, I’m gonna share with you some of my tops reads of 2017. How exciting!

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Someday, Someday, Maybe.


Anyone who reads my blog or knows me in real life probably knows that I’m obsessed with Gilmore Girls. So when I found out that one of the stars, Lauren Graham, published a book a few years ago, there’s no way I wasn’t going to pick up and have a read. I also heard on the grapevine that Lauren Graham is releasing a memoir at the end of November, which I’ll definitely be picking up when it comes out.

Someday, Someday, Maybe is Graham’s debut novel, based on a fictionalisation of her experiences as an actress in the New York in the mid-90s. Franny is an exasperated actress with just six months left on the deadline she set herself three years ago. However, all she has under her belt are commercials for laundry detergent and ugly Christmas sweaters, and a fruitless waitressing job.

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Quarterly Reading Round-Up #2.


I don’t know about you, but these past months have absolutely flown by! It feels like just yesterday I was giving you guys my first quarterly round-up, and here we are, end of June, and I feel like I’ve barely blinked. But we’re here now, so without further ado, let’s talk about what I’ve been reading this quarter!

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The house is telling her to go: her allotted time is up, it’s someone else’s turn.

Moving, by Jenny Éclair, starts as Edwina decides that her house of fifty years is too big for her and calls an estate agent to come value it. As they walk through each room of the house, the memories come flooding back to her. Flashbacks from her past are laid out before us, and the secrets start pouring out. Happy, scandalous and downright tragic secrets.

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Quarterly Reading Round-up #1


I’m currently taking part in the Goodreads Reading Challenge, where I will endeavour to read fifteen books in 2016. I know that may not be a lot to some of you, maybe it’s even laughable. But I currently stand at four books, which is double what I managed to read last year (not including the numerous books I picked up but then gave up on a few chapters in).

In light of my quest to read more, a fun thing I thought I could do on my blog is a Quarterly Reading Round-up. This is where I’ll talk about all the books I’ve read in the past three months, how they rank against each other, any new genres I’ve been getting into and what I’m excited to read in the future. Here we go!

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