Good morning guys. Hope you’ve all been having a wonderful Easter weekend. I have to say I am loving Easter this year: being home from uni, spending time with my family, eating chocolate and the nice weather. It is lovely. I still have two weeks until I go back to uni and I am enjoying the extra time I have to blog for you all.
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
I am currently reading two books and I also started a third. It took a little while but I have finally gotten into The Book Thief (2005) by Markus Zusak and I really enjoyed reading it last night. I will definitely be reading more about Liesel’s life of book thievery tonight. Look out for a book review soon.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J. K. Rowling
I am also rereading Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (1997) by J. K. Rowling. For a while I couldn’t decide whether or not to reread it but I can now confirm that I am so glad I decided to do it. I am enjoying it so much, I sit there reading with a massive grin on my face because nothing beats Harry Potter. It was my original inspiration to start reading and has led to my dream of becoming an author myself. I will most definitely by getting new editions of the other books and rereading them also.
I have a copies of all the original editions at home but I walked past a copy of the first book in its new edition (the purple one with the stars) in the shop and I just had to get it. I guess I will just have two sets of Harry Potter books which is fine by me.
All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven and An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
I have two other unread books. The first, which I read the first chapter of the other day, is All the Bright Places (2015) by Jennifer Niven. I have seen a lot about this book on bookstagram and on other social media. I am looking forward to getting into it but my head is a little stuck in the wizarding world right now. And finally, my next John Green book, I have An Abundance of Katherines (2006) waiting to be read.
Let me know if you have any other recommendations, although I must say my current existing TBR list is quite extensive.