Continuing with the reading theme, I'd like to share a few of my favourite reads from the previous few months. There are more but they're on my tablet or books I've borrowed from my Book Club.
I'm a huge Kristin Hannah fan which is why I've included two of her books in this photo. There are plenty more on my shelves.
Yeonmi Park's story about growing up in North Korea is heart-wrenching and an eye opener into her country of birth. This was a riveting read and everyone I know who has read it agrees. We don't know how lucky we are just by where we were born.
Unfortunately the book on the bottom left doesn't sow up clearly but it contains two stories written by Louisa George and Amy Andrews for the M&B Midwives On Call series eight of us took part in. A little while back I admit, but until a week ago I thought I'd read all of the stories. That's what happens when my office gets away on me with piles of books, paper, notes, and projects.
I m currently reading Marching Powder by Rusty Young, the true story of Thomas McFadden incarcerated in San Pedro prison for drug trafficking. This prison is extreme. Inmates buy their cells, can have overnight quests, girlfriends, nights out on the town. Pretty much anything can buy. Fascinating.
There's just not enough time to read all those wonderful books. Might have to follow Michelle Douglas's idea of a reading plan.
What are you reading at the moment? And what's your favourite read over the last few months?