3 books to help beat the January blues

It’s dull, it’s drizzly, the chocolates all gone… The only solution is to escape with a good book!

The New York Times: 36 Hours Europe

Why not start 2018 with some coffee table wanderlust? This book had been on my wishlist for quite some time before my lovely friend, Hannah, who is quite the traveller herself (check out her blog, here) surprised me for my birthday,

This gorgeous hardback from the popular New York Times 36 Hours collection offers over 100 itineraries for European trips whether you are looking for culture, history, fabulous food or to simply explore the unexpected.

Whether you follow it to the letter, dip in for ideas or just dream from the sofa this book is sure to please.

You Do You: (A No-F**ks-Given Guide) how to be who you are and use what you’ve got to get what you want

After treating myself to an audible subscription from Christmas, this was my first audiobook purchase. From the author of New York Times bestsellers The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck and Get Your Sh*t Together, this self-esteem essential is far from the usual self-help guide. Knight offers down to earth advice on how to stand up for who you are when it’s okay to be selfish and why being perfect is pointless.

If 2018 is your year for authenticity and self-acceptance, this is your book.

The Not So Secret Emails Of Coco Pinchard 

The talented Robert Bryndza has quickly become one of my favourite authors. I wrongly assumed that the same author that has written the Erika Foster thrillers (which you must read if you enjoy a murder mystery) couldn’t possibly write comedy. How wrong was I? This book is wonderfully funny, so funny that I occasionally struggled to read through tears of laughter.

If you have a good sense of humour – you must read this book.

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