If you read my IWSG post this month, you might remember that I have returned from holiday exhausted from all the relaxation and don't feel at all like writing...
This situation has an upside which is that I have got back into reading, for which I never seem to have enough time, and have even been managing to read without the persistently wandering mind that usually afflicts me!
I don't like picking books apart and analysing them, but I do know what I've enjoyed and I thought I'd just share a few with you now. These are all books I have not wanted to put down and was sorry to finish (sob).
So Much For That by Lionel Shriver
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
Belong to Me by Marisa de los Santos
Tough Girl by Libby Heily
I'm not going to give you the low-down on them because you can find them in your bookshop or on Amazon and read the blurb. All I want to say is that I really enjoyed them for various reasons. Each is unusual in its style and content and to me were like a breath of fresh air. They also stopped my mind from wandering - and that says a lot!
If you've already read any of them, I'd love to know what you thought!