Our Fave Books This Month

With lockdown 2.0 looming, we think it’s about time we top up our bookshelves, ain’t that right, babe? Whether you wanna read a romantic novel while you cosy up in front of the fire, need your fill of crime fiction to help make your lunch breaks a lil’ more exciting, or fancy getting to know your fave’ celebs on a deeper level with an autobiography, we’ve got some must-have books that you need to add to your library this month, girl. 

Ghosts by Dolly Alderton

Already a successful author of her very own memoir, Everything I Know About Love, we couldn’t be more excited when this mega babe dropped the news that she would be publishing her first ever fiction novel. Ghosts is the perfect story for any gal manoeuvring her way through dating, friendships, relationships and life in general. If you’re looking for a book that is witty and relatable, then Dolly Alderton’s Ghosts will deffo’ have you sorted, babe. If the constant stream of bad news is giving you a headache and you need some escapism, then trust us when we say you NEED this book in your life, babe.

Where The Crawdads Sing By Delia Owens

If the fact that this book is a multi-million copy bestseller doesn’t make you wanna read it, then I don’t know what will, hun. If you’re looking for a book to fully immerse yourself in, then Where The Crawdads Sing By Delia Owens is deffo’ the book to do just that, hun. Staying in is the new going out, so get your chinese takeaway ordered, your pyjamas on, and get cosy with this must-have novel. 

The Heatwave by Kate Riordan

Sick of binge watching Netflix and in search of a book that is page turnin’ AF? Let me introduce you to The Heatwave by Kate Riordan. A slow burner to begin with, don’t be fooled girl, ‘cos you won’t be able to put this book down once you get into it. Full of thrill and mystery, you can get your detective game on while you try to figure out just what exactly happened that summer all those years ago. Hooked? Yes, babe.

Difficult Women: A History of Feminism in 11 Fights by Helen Lewis

Has lockdown numero uno inspired you to educate yourself? We feel ya, babe. Difficult Women by Helen Lewis takes you back in time and helps us look at some of the most iconic and well-known feminists throughout history in a different way. From the suffragettes to the ‘striker in a sari,’ this book is fearless and fierce just like the women it’s about.

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