Season of Salt & Honey, by Hannah Tunnicliffe
We all know we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover (yet we all do), but the jacket cover of Season of Salt & Honey is a perfect match with the story…it’s fabulous.
Initially I put off reading Season of Salt & Honey because I had a feeling after reading the blurb that I was not going to be able to put it down, that I was going to enjoy it too much (as well as have a bit of a cry)…so I needed to be in the right frame of mind, with plenty of time to absorb the story, feel the feelings, and just go with it…needless to say all three of those things happened…
Big Magic, by Elizabeth Gilbert
I knew from the very first page that I would love Big Magic. I felt like it was written for me, was sometimes about me, and that it would most likely change me. It has.
Big Magic is all about creative living, courage and fear, giving permission, pigeon holing and persistence, being playful, it’s about winning and losing, being curious, and ideas choosing you, it’s about trust, and hidden treasures, and mostly being true to YOU.
I loved it.
Me Before You, by Jojo Moyes
I have always enjoyed Jojo Moyes books, this is probably now one of my favourites of hers.
Me Before You is an easy read, the characters completely believable, (in fact I loved them both), it was heart-warming (I smiled and laughed my way through it) and heartwrenching (yes, I had the occasional cry)…and I didn’t want it to end.
As the Independent on Sunday quoted “Gorgeously romantic and partner-ignoringly compulsive.”
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