Do I need any more books?
No. no I don’t, but – beside the point.
Here are some of the books I downloaded/were approved to read on Netgalley recently.
Quit like a Woman The Radical Choice to Not Drink in a Culture Obsessed with Alcohol – Holly WhitakerThe Book Depository
This cost 1 pound something. I had to get this book because I have wanted to read it for a while. I followed Holly on Instagram and it took me ages to realise she had a book. A book that people are expressing is a great read, which isn’t necessarily a good thing. We will see.
Rising Strong – Brene BrownThe Book Depository
This cost less than a pound. The author came recommended. Another book where I might learn something.
Cow Girl – Kirsty EyreWaterstones
Cow Girl was an approved title from Netgalley. Cows and a terrible pun on the cover did it for me. It looks good. A Sunday evening read.
Hickory Dickory Dock – Agatha Christie
It was free. You know I love Christie’s dialogue, more than anything. It’s a Poirot mystery, I prefer Marple. Might have read it in the past.Waterstones
Driftwood – Marya Layth
I really liked what Marya was posting from this book on her Instagram feed and eventually thought to buy the book. Proceeds from Driftwood are going to Futures Without Violence a Covid-19 response to helping kids and adults get away from abusive situations.
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