What I’ve Been Reading Recently – Rhian
Well, this is going to be an eclectic a collection as ever.
I’m sure I’m not alone in finding that my reading habits changed a lot last year. I’ve been leaning much harder into non-fiction than I once did, for a start. When I do turn to fiction, I’m looking for the quiet, thoughtful, uplifting end of my reading spectrum, and the books I’ve been picking up these last few weeks definitely reflect that. I am keen to start 2021 on a cheerful note. There’s also a feature of books that are easy to dip and in and out of, rather than the epic fantasies I like to bury myself in every now and then. There’s still a few of those though, and apparently I’m on a bit of a medieval kick at the moment too.
A lot of the later titles are new and upcoming releases, so if you’re looking for something to get your teeth into now, please check the individual titles for their publication dates!
All books on this list
- One More Croissant for the RoadFelicity Cloake£9.99
- Three Women and a BoatAnne Youngson£14.99
- PanenkaRonan Hession£15.00
- Away with the PenguinsHazel Prior£7.99
- Lightfall: The Girl & the GaldurianTim Probert, Tim Probert£8.99
- Toksvig’s Almanac 2021Sandi Toksvig£14.99
- Word PerfectSusie Dent£14.99
- The Language Lover’s Puzzle BookAlex Bellos£14.99
- The Priory of the Orange TreeSamantha Shannon£9.99
- Dangerous WomenHope Adams£14.99
- Medieval BodiesJack Hartnell£12.99
- The Time Traveller’s Guide to Medieval EnglandIan Mortimer£9.99