Welcome to this week’s Top 5 Tuesday – no intro needed this week if you’ve been following this series on my blog (or others) this month.
Pretending to Dance – Diane Chamberlain
Again I’m highlighting Diane’s books in this month’s Top 5 Tuesday, but they’re just so good. I love the way she builds characters you care so much about, and this novel has a great father-daughter relationship.
Quidditch Through the Ages – Kennilworthy Whisp
Really, what other book could I choose for this letter?!
Reasons to Stay Alive – Matt Haig
This is one of the best memoirs I’ve read and I found the experiences the author describes so relateable. I’d definitely recommend the audiobook which the author himself reads – perfect read for anyone affected by mental health.
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda – Becky Albertalli
I think if you enjoy reading LGBT novels you’ll have read this by now, but it’s such a sweet M/M love story.
This Is Going To Hurt – Adam Kay
This is another of my favourite memoirs – if you’re interested in the NHS and how hard our doctors work for us definitely pick this book up.