Challenge criteria: A best seller from the year you graduated high school
“Sometimes the greatest things are the most embarrassing.” Ellen Degeneres’ winning, upbeat candor has made her show one of the most popular, resilient and honored daytime shows on the air. (To date, it has won no fewer than 31 Emmys.) Seriously… I’m Kidding, Degeneres’ first book in eight years, brings us up to date about the life of a kindhearted woman who bowed out of American Idol because she didn’t want to be mean. Lively; hilarious; often sweetly poignant.
This post is part of Top 10 Tuesday which is run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl
Have you got books on your already read list that you’ve totally forgotten about? Me too. There are so many books I really enjoyed at the time, but over the years and with so many other books read, I’ve forgotten a lot of them. There are some that I’ve already read that I would gladly sit down and flick through again. I’ve reviewed some of them on this blog, so I’ve added in some of the reviews for a little more info.
This post is part of Top 10 Tuesdays run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl
One of these days, my TBR shelf is going to collapse on me and lead to my untimely death. What isn’t helping is that I keep ignoring my already voluminous TBR and buying brand new tomes to get through.
I have a long list of books that have been on my TBR shelf for years, but I still haven’t gotten to reading them yet. Maybe it’s time to pick something from there and get it ticked off once and for all before heading to Easons again.
2017 will forever be known as the year I killed it with my Goodreads challenge. Within the 116 books that I read throughout the 12 months, there were some that really shone. I’m not going to do the “top 10 books of 2017” or any other arbitrary number, but I do want to highlight some of the books that I loved so much, they got Goodreads’ highest honour.
Much as I love fiction, I do also love a little bit of non fiction from time to time. I admit, most of the non fiction books I read tend to be celebrity autobiographies. Even then, a lot of them are comedians. I’m not saying I have form, but yeah, I have form.
Some of these are a little based on the writer’s stand up routines, so you do need to keep in mind that if you’ve seen their shows it’s going to be more than a little familiar. If you’ve got a funny bone, you’ll really love these.