My Amazon Books Wish List 2019
I have A LOT of books on my Amazon Wishlist right now. I don’t buy them all from Amazon but it’s where I keep track of the books I want to purchase in future – Goodreads is too crazy for me.
Take a look at some of my potential upcoming reads for 2019:
Normal People by Sally Rooney
Having loved her first book Conversations with Friends I can’t believe I still haven’t got around to purchasing this book yet. Definitely a January read.
In at the Deep End by Kate Davies
This book just looks hilarious and I cannot wait to get my hands on a copy when it comes out in February!
What Would the Spice Girls Do? by Lauren Bravo
I don’t know much about this book honestly but with that title I want it!
I’m a self-confessed introvert, and proud, and I find it fascinating learning about introverted and extroverted qualities.
How to Own the Room by Viv Groskop
My confidence bible! I love Viv’s writing on The Pool and I just want to be her when I grow up.
Depression in a Digital Age by Fiona Thomas
A lot of my freelance writing is about mental health and social media so this seems like a logical next read for me. Plus I love everything Trigger Press are doing.
Departures by Anna Hart
A guide to letting go one adventure at a time… yes, please. I’m desperately in need of a holiday, but without funds, this will have to do.
Eat My Heart Out by Zoe Pilger
I added this book a while ago and I remember the plot had been invested but honestly can’t remember much else about it. Time to do a little more research on it.
The Wonder Down Under by Nina Brochmann and Ellen Stokken
Let’s destigmatise the vagina and find out what the hell happens down there!
Being an Adult by Lucy Tobin
I think I’m starting to get adulting down but you can always do with a helping hand.
I Might Regret This by Abbi Jacobson
Mightn’t we all. This sounds like a fun read about adulthood and looking back.
Nobody Cares by Anna T. Donaghue
Well I do, I added this book to my wishlist after all.
Feminists Don’t Wear Pink and Other Lies by Scarlet Curtis
Feminism, pink and a child of Richard Curtis uhh… yes!
The Discomfort Zone by Farah Storr
I loved Farah’s original article on this and I still read Cosmopolitan now. This is definitely a must-read for me in 2019.
Alone Time: Four Seasons, four cities and the pleasure of solitude by Stephanie Rosenbloom
Yet more travel books, but this has the added addition of focusing on solitude and loneliness. Another topic I often write about.
Are We Nearly Yet by Lucy Vine
I’m a fan of Lucy’s work and this is again about travel! There is a theme going in my wish list it seems.
What a Time to Be Alone by The Slumflower
Yes, yes, yes! I love this positive woman. Shout out to my old colleague Amandeep for introducing me to her social media work. Yaas queen!
I can’t wait to get reading in 2019! It’s set to be a strong reading year.