What’s On My Kindle.

I have a love hate relationship with my Kindle. I love how handy and light it is, also if I want to read a particular book I can have it in my hand in a matter of minutes. HOWEVER, nothing compares to the actual physical thing and that smell, ya know?

I don’t think I have ever disclosed what is on my Kindle. Usually my book blog posts are usually what I’m reading in hard copy. I definitely plan on buying more books on here just as soon as I have cleared this backlog. Anyway, on to the list...

The Queen of the Tearling

by Erika Johansen
I love anything fantasy; fairies, vampires, you name it! I bought this on the back of my Sarah J. Maas obsession and I have yet to read it.

The Four Agreements

by Don Miguel Ruiz
I went for a sample of this book. A lot of people have recommended this if you are going through some sort of hardship, well, that kinda defines my life to a tee at the minute. I doubt it can work miracles, but I am more than up for giving it a go!

You are a Badass

by Jen Sincero
This was a blogger recommendation and I am about half way through it. I like it, but I am finding the further I get into it the less relatable and more out there it is becoming. Poo.

The Tattooist of Auschwitz

by Heather Morris
I know, I still haven't gotten through this yet. I have every intention of finishing it this summer.

Everything I Know About Love

by Dolly Alderton
I am quite enjoying this book, it's a lighter read than some of my others, and definitely a far cry from the fantasy books I love so much.

A Darker Shade of Magic

by V.E Schwab
I started this book years ago, and I can't remember the reason why I never finished it either. I think it may have been a holiday read and I just never got the chance to pick it up again! I downloaded this one as another 'suggested author' from reading practically everything by Sarah J. Maas.

Reasons To Stay Alive

by Matt Haig
I bought this out of desperation when I was on maternity leave and really struggling. I liked it, but never actually finished it because, you know, I had a baby to look after!

The Thorn Birds

by Colleen McCullough
I can't remember why I bought this... Maybe a purchase based on reviews? Who knows! I am not sure I am going to read this one because if I remember rightly it's really long and my attention span is like that of a fishes at the minute. It might be one for the far ahead future. We will see.

A Discovery of Witches

by Deborah Harkness
I actually purchased this book well before the TV series came out. It has long been part of my to read list, so let's hope I get around to it this year!

The Letter

by Kathryn Hughes
I think this was a Kindle deal of the day. Admittedly, it's low down on my TBR list, but I will get to it eventually.

And that is it! I obviously have a lot more books on my Kindle but, shock horror, I have actually finished those ones! Funnily enough I have acquired a new Kindle Fire 7 tablet since taking the above photo, and fingers crossed it spurs me on to do a bit more reading.