Sometimes books can be life-changing. But most of the time we just read books that are just really good. A good book does not have to be life-changing, it only has to make us want to read it again and again. Here are some of my favourite books (the non-life-changing variety).
Home Wrecker by Jennifer Juan is the latest poetry book to cross my desk. I will admit, poetry is not one of my strong points. It isn’t something that I write myself and I don’t read it very much. I fact, I don’t think I have really read poetry since I was studying A-level English Literature. And why not? Poetry is one of those mysterious art forms that can poke at you. And I’m hoping that Home Wrecker will do the same.
Lilith’s Puppet is one of the latest horror stories from Richard Le Tourneau. True horror stories are hard to come by these days. Many writers find it hard to compete with the likes of Stephen King. Richard David Le Tourneau has written this novel with the greats in mind.
147 Things is the first book fromYouTube star, Jim Chapman. The YouTube star has put pen to paper to create a book of random facts about life, the universe and bellybuttons. In this overwhelming world, Jim offers us up some facts and stories about life as we know it.
The Magician’s Nephew is the first book in the Narnia series and is often overlooked. But why? Is it a bad story? Does it not make sense? This is the book that explains so much of the Narnia story and introduces us to that magical lion, Aslan.
Go Faster Food was the first book from Kate Percy and introduced people to the idea that food can be tasty, be good for you, and help with your training. Over the years, Kate has developed her recipes and knowledge to help her kids perform better.
It’s always exciting when a new series appears and The Thousand Tiny Miracles of Living Twice by Katarina West is the latest to hit the shelves. I have been really lucky that the KappaCino Book Club was picked to review the book.
A lot of books are being adapted into movies these days and I’m not complaining about that at all. I really enjoy seeing the difference between book and film. This time in the KappaCino book we take a look at Me Before You by Jojo Moyes before I run off and see the movie.
Sometimes we buy books because they are on the best sellers list. It’s on the list so it must be good, right? But when they get made into a TV show, then they definitely deserve a peek at. This month in the KappaCino book club we look at Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty.
When it comes to books, they can help with life choices and changes. Sometimes you need something that will provide you with a different perspective. And when it comes to maternity leave, you might have a bit of time on your hands before your bundle of joy arrives. In this session of the KappaCino Book Club, we look at Maternity Leavers by Soozi Baggs.