Monday, 28 July 2014

Books I've been loving!

 

Hey guys, Laura here.

Lately I feel like I've rekindled my love for reading, and wanted to share with you four books I've been loving!

 

 

 

As Often As Miracles & Home - Clementine Von Radics.

The first two books are by the same author, Clementine Von Radics. Okay, let me just start off by saying how obsessed I am with this girls work, I discovered her poetry on tumblr, and then found myself on her etsy page buying her books! And I have read them about 30 times since they arrived. Her writing is so honest and amazing, I even got my mum reading her stuff, and she loved it too! Check out her work here & buy her books here.

 

 

You Get So Alone At Times - Charles Bukowski.

Sticking with the poetry theme here! Just an amazing read, and it includes one of my favourite lines ever.

"It was a beautiful fight.

 

Still is."

 

Seriously, so good. I really reccomend checking out his stuff, there is loads to choose from and the guy is a legend. So, yeah.

 

 

Looking for Alaska - John Green.

Okay, so if you haven't heard of John Green, where the heck have you been hiding?! This is the man, who broke the hearts of millions with his amazing book The Fault in our Stars, which is now a mahoosive film, which is absolutely amazing! I may or may not have sobbed the whole film... And can I just say how lovely John Green is, I had the pleasure of meeting him and his brother Hank in Glasgow and they were so so nice. All his books are insanely good, so defo check them out! But Looking for Alaska is my favourite by him.

 

 

White Girl Problems - Babe Walker.

Aww Babe Walker. The writing in this book is just sheer genius. The book is written by the same person who writes under the twitter handle @whitegrlproblem, so you know straight away her book is going to be hilarious. I actually laughed out loud at a good few bits in this! Such an easy read, and I'm so looking forward to reading her new book 'Psychos'. You can check her out on twitter or on her website here.

What books have you been loving lately?

Until next time,

Lotsa Love,

 

 

 

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