So, for the second half of this year, I’m going to run this book club slightly differently. I’m still providing a list of six books and the months you could read them in. However, I won’t be putting up my review on a monthly basis. Instead at the end of the six months, I’ll put up one post discussing all six books. People can then leave comments as to what they thought of all the books that they read from the list. As before, there is absolutely no pressure to read all six books and you don’t have to read them during the months I suggest. That’s just there for guidance and also because some books might not be published on paperback until a certain date. And as always, one of the six books will be a non-fiction book. I hope you’ll still join me in reading these books. I love to hear what you think about them. I just needed to take a bit of pressure of myself to have books read by a certain date. Oh and also, if you want to discuss any of the books with me before six months time then I’ll be leaving a space to discuss the books on a monthly basis on both my Facebook page HERE and on my Instagram account HERE
So, on with our six books to read for this second half of the year:
- July: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
- August: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
- September: How to Stop Time by Matt Haig
- October: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
- November: The Immortalist: if you knew the date of your death, how would you live? by Chloe Benjamin
- December: Only Child by Rhiannon Navin
This chosen list of books is final. If you don’t fancy reading a particular book one month, just give it a miss that month.
So, my aim is to post my review of all these books around the beginning of January next year. It’ll be here before you know it! In the meanwhile, don’t be afraid to communicate with me as mentioned above if you ever want to discuss these books any earlier. I’ll also post a new list of books for the first half of 2019 in mid-December this year.
For a list of the books we read during the first half of this year, click HERE
For a list of the books we read during the last half of 2017, click HERE
Don’t forget you can leave a review of any of the past books that we have read at any point.