Top Ten Tuesday |Books By My Favourite Authors That I still Haven’t Read — September 25, 2018

Top Ten Tuesday |Books By My Favourite Authors That I still Haven’t Read

Top Ten Tuesday is run by That Artsy Reader Girl┬ásince January 2018. Each week a topic is given and the blogger interprets it in their own way and creates a top ten post on the topic. This weeks theme is books by my favourite authors that I still haven’t read.

I blogged about this book in last week’s post, but one book is Sophie Kinsella’s My Not So Perfect Life. This book is about Katie who has a perfect life, living in London with a glamorous job. But the truth is that she has a tiny room to live in, with a admin job and her instagram life isn’t really hers. But she hopes that her dreams will come true, eventually. After getting sacked by her boss Demeter, she moves home with her family in Somerset. When Demeter books a holiday Katie sees a chance – should she take revenge or try to get her job back? Does Demeter have a perfect life? Or do they have more in common than they realise?


Another book by an author I love that I haven’t read is the Witches by Roald Dahl. This book is another of Dahl’s wonderful creations. Real witches dress in ordinary clothes, but they are not ordinary. They hate children, and the Grand High Witch is the worst of all. Only one boy and his grandmother can defeat her. Will they succeed?


I haven’t got around to reading The Girl With The Lost Smile by Miranda Hart. I loved Miranda’s series and I’ve read one book by Miranda before, which was a biography. I’m really looking forward to getting into this book. It’s about Chloe who has lost her smile. She’s looked everywhere for it, but nothing is working. One night something happens, and she finds herself on an adventure…


There’s not many books by favourite authors that I’ve not read yet, but I thought I’d share with you the few that there are! What books by favourite authors have you not read yet? Let me know in the comments below!

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