It’s been a bit quiet this month; I’ve only finished two books. That’s not to say that I haven’t been reading, it’s just that I’ve got a billion things on the go at the moment. AND it’s that joyous time of the uni semester where everything’s due. So my Month of Reading list is perhaps a little less impressive than usual. But hey. These things happen.

What have you been reading?


Books Bought:
Our Deathbeds Will Be Thirsty, by Shane Koyczan
Voiceworks ‘V’

Visitations, by Jenny Erpenbeck

Won due to (amazingly) winning the KYD Trivia Night (again):
Her Father’s Daughter, by Alice Pung
Known Unknowns, by Emmett Stinson
Brighton Rock, by Graham Greene

Books Read:
Olive Kitteridge, by Elizabeth Strout
Adverbs, by Daniel Handler

Currently Reading:
Consolations of Philosophy, by Alain de Botton
The Little Red Writing Book, by Mark Tredinnick
Eating Animals, by Johnathan Safran Foer
Visitation, by Jenny Erpenbeck
Disgrace, by J.M Coetzee