A few new reads on my bookshelf for spring

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spring 2019 reads

New spring reads

I’ve put myself on a bit of a spending ban this month, but before that I had put quite a lot of effort into creating a stockpile of books to keep me going for the next few months. After doing a bit of a clear-out a found a few books I hadn’t actually got round to mentioning on here, so today I thought I would introduce (and in one case, re-introduce) you to the books I’ll be reading this spring.

 Cara Alwill Leyba girl code

Girl Code – Cara Alwill Leyba

I can’t wait to get stuck into this one, I bought it for myself after reading rave reviews about it and I’m looking forward to seeing how it can help me take my blog/social media to the next level. I’ve been steadily growing my platforms, so I’m hoping this will be helpful for maintaining a successful online presence.

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The Flatshare Beth O'Leary

The Flatshare – Beth O’Leary

Now, this is a bit of a re-introduction to The Flatshare as I have mentioned it on my blog before, but now that I’m 100 pages in I thought this would be the perfect time to share my thoughts so far. It’s such an easy read, and I’m really enjoying seeing how the characters develop. I could easily read this in one sitting, and I’m looking forward to finishing it off during my week off of work!

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An Edited Life  Anna Newton

An Edited Life – Anna Newton

I actually finished reading this last week, and while it was a bit of a slog (it’s packed full of info) it was well worth the read! It’s really inspired me to reduce the amount of items I buy, and to take a more minimal approach to my wardrobe and living space. Definitely worth reading if you’re looking for some life inspo that’s easy to action.

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The Dreamers Karen Thompson Walker

The Dreamer – Karen Thompson Walker

I bought this during my trip to Nashville, and I honestly can’t wait to get stuck into it (it’s my next read after The Flatshare!) It’s about a mystery illness that locks people into perpetual sleep and their life-altering dreams. I’ve been really loving the latest series of The OA, and I’m hoping this novel will satisfy my desire for dystopian/quirky stories.

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