NEW BOOKS – JUNE

The Book Delivery Fairy flew past my house on a damp, chilly Tuesday and cheered up the day no end. He wore a baseball cap, to keep his smile dry, and arrived in a white panel van, but to me he was a magical apparition.

I so enjoyed Nicola Barker’s The Cauliflower, I treated myself to two more of her novels. Any other Nicola Barker fans out there in the Blogosphere?

Robert Muponde’s memoir of a childhood was well reviewed, and I’m diligently pursuing my Read-more-African-Writers project, so watch this space.

Happy Reading!

3 thoughts on “NEW BOOKS – JUNE

  1. It is so much fun to get books in the post. Will look forward to hearing about them. If you like podcasts may I suggest Australian friends from Perth who are delightful, intelligent women who talk about books in such a fun way. It’s called Diving In. If you google that and Australia it should pop up. 🐧🌷

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