I have just finished another novel (PS. I Still Love You by Jenny Han) and I’m in that oh my gosh what am I going to read now, I feel so lost mood. So today I’m on the look out for new books. There are a few I already own that I still need to get my nose in, but my Amazon wish-list is faithfully looking after a couple others too.
The Lost Garden by Katharine Swartz
I was given this as a Birthday present last week. Admittedly I’ve never heard of the author before, but the blurb and the 5/5 Amazon reviews has me so intrigued. A review on the back says “A quiet story of loss and hope, told so well it resonates in the heart long, long after the final page”. Reviews have warned me it’s an emotional read. I’ll make sure I let you know how I find it (after I’ve bough a new box of tissues)!
The Time of my Life by Cecelia Ahern
I’ve had this novel sat in my book shelf for a while. I keep meaning to read it but other books always crop up. The blurb is very mysterious, so I’m not 100% certain what the story is about, but Cecelia Ahern is one of my favourite authors so I know I’ll enjoy it.
Good or God? by John Bevere
This book has been flooding my social media for the past few weeks, and it has me super intrigued. I’ve never read a book by John Bevere before but I’m a massive fan of his wife, Lisa Bevere who I heard speak at Colour Conference two years ago.
“A must read for anyone who doesn’t want to settle for good, but desires God’s best”.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying by Marie Kondo
I want to read this purely to know what the fuss is about. This is another book that has flooded my social media. I don’t really understand how someone has written an entire book on tidying… If it really lives up to it’s name, I’ll be sure to let you all know.