Current/ Future Reads [August 2015]

I’m back with another list of books I’m currently reading/ will be reading soon! As usual I’ve been unable to resist reviewing some brilliant-looking new titles so some of my other, previously mentioned books are STILL sitting on my bookshelf but hey, why change the habit of a life time! 🙂
All titles link through to Goodreads so you can learn more about them, or just click ‘add book’ button to add them to your Goodreads ‘To-Read’ shelf!
(PS I know it’s pretty much the end of August already but oh well…)
Currently Reading:
The Art of Crash Landing - Melissa DeCarloThe Art Of Crash Landing by Melissa DeCarlo (published 8 September): Loving this so far, the main character/ narrator is really sharp and quick-witted. Review to follow soon!

The Art of Crash Landing
The Mistake I Made by Paula Daly
The Mistake I Made by Barbara Daly (published 27 August): I’ve only just started reading this so can’t say much yet, but I do love a story with some twists and turns and this promises to have a load of them! Hoping it will be an entertaining read- again, review will follow!

The Mistake I Made


All is Fair in Love and War by Michael GoodisonAll Is Fair In Love And War by Michael Goodison (out now): When Michael Goodison contacted me about his book, I thought it looked really interesting! No idea what to expect really apart from that it’s billed as a ‘post-apocalyptic’ read, so I’m looking forward to starting it and seeing how I find it!

All Is Fair In Love And War

Pretty Girls by Karin SlaughterPretty Girls by Karin Slaughter (out now): I love reading Karin Slaughter’s books so am really excited to read her newest stand-alone novel, which looks like it’s going to be a fast paced, exciting thriller that readers can really get their teeth into.

Pretty Girls

The Good Liar by Nicholas SearleThe Good Liar by Nicholas Searle (out now) – I’ve seen a lot of this novel on blogs, Goodreads and the general blogger-sphere, so jumped at the chance to review it! This isn’t published for a while so not sure when the publishers would prefer reviews to go up, but stay tuned for a review.

The Good Liar

That’ll keep me going for a bit! What books have you/ are you/ will you be reading this month?

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