Are you all about life advice, humour and general awesomeness? Looking for a book that has all three? You need Yes Please by Amy Poehler in your life.
This week's book is one I want to love and be inspired by, but I'm really struggling. Read on to find out more about The Life and Death of Sophie Stark.
If you're not a fan of sobbing over a book, then too bad, because Burial Rites by Hannah Kent will do that. But you'll love it because it's just that good.
Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil is a hard-hitting story about family, secrets and the unexpected reality behind acts of terror. Intrigued yet?
This book is the loveliest, most hilarious, most real book you could read, though not for the easily confronted: Not that Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham.
I hope you're feeling loved up, because this week's book is all about romance! Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari.
My Year Without Matches by Claire Dunn explores the relationship between people and the wild and asks the question: "how much wild exists in a human being?"
This week's book is Bossypants by Tina Fey, which my parents bought me for Christmas and wrote in the front: "to our very own bossypants." Charming.
This week's review is probably the shortest you'll see me write, and for a very good reason. The Poison Artist by Jonathan Moore.
This book may be short, but it packs a punch - The Call of the Wild by Jack London is all about primitivism and nature vs. nurture.
The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh is a completely lovely book about loneliness, love, and lots of flowers, and is guaranteed to make you smile.
Relativity by Antonia Hayes is incredible, combining glorious metaphors with complex physics. If you buy any book this week, make it this one.
The look on my mother's face when she brought home this book was priceless. My book review for this week is Spark Joy by Marie Kondo.
I'm so excited about this week's book review, as I'm talking about one of my favourite books! Lord of the Flies is all about love, fear, and human instinct.
I'm so glad I got around to reading Something to Hide by Deborah Moggach for week 7 of my challenge - it's a really great book, and you're going to love it!
Goodwood revolves around the disappearance of two locals from a small Australian town, and the ways in which this shape the community around them.