Top Royal Reads


Judging all from the magazine covers and news programme I’ve (reluctantly) seen this week, I think it’s safe to say (at least here in the U.K.) tomorrow’s royal wedding is a big deal. I have a confession… I couldn’t care less. However, I’m also a book lover. And I’ll take absolutely any opportunity to chat about books. So, in honour of Harry and Meghan, here’s a few of my top Queens, Kings and Princesses.

(Summaries from Goodreads.)




TTT: Non-Fiction


This week’s Top Ten Tuesday (May 15: Books I Disliked/Hated but Am Really Glad I Read) is one I struggled with (there have been a few of these lately) because, to be honest, if I don’t enjoy a book, I’m not going to be glad I spent time reading it.

The only exception to this are the non-fiction books I read back at university — I didn’t necessarily enjoy them but it was worth it to get my degree. This got me thinking: I rarely ever mention non-fiction on this blog (it’s not something I read a lot of) so I thought, this week I’d share some non-fiction I’ve enjoyed and some that I’m actually really keen to read.

Let me know how you went about this topic — did you switch it up or stick to the topic?