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I don't make as much time as I would like to for reading. When I'm not working, socialising, doing stuff on my PC, reading computer mags, or doing something else, I like to read books.

Mostly I only get a chance to do this when I'm traveling from A to B (on public transport or planes - not when I'm cycling or driving, but sometimes when I'm walking!).

Autobiographies / biographies are probably my favourite books to read (other people's lives are normally so much more interesting than my own!).

I have also been known to read crime fiction mainly trashy women detective novels avidly.

Here you'll find reviews of some of my favourite recent reads, books I would definitely recommend.
If you get a chance to read any of them I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.

Until I got a computer I rarely read any sort of magazine. Now I can often be found with my nose buried in a computer magazine. My favourites at the moment are .net magazine www.netmag.co.uk (link opens in new browser window) and Internet Magazine (sadly now defunct).

 

 

 

Read my review

Over My Tracks
by Evelyn Crawford

Anita and Me
by Meera Syal

My Place
by Sally Morgan

Coffee Will Make You Black
by April Sinclair

How Stella Got Her Groove Back
by Terry McMillan

The Bone People
by Keri Hulme

What A Carve Up
by Jonathan Coe

Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee
by Meera Syal

Needlepoint
by Jenny Roberts

Scars of Sweet Paradise - the life and times of Janis Joplin
by Alice Echols

What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day
by Pearl Cleage

Tears of the Giraffe
by Alexander McCall Smith

Trading Tatiana
by Debi Alper

Purple Hibiscus
by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Red Dust
by Gillian Slovo

The Kite Runner
by Khaled Hosseini

Fruit Of The Lemon
by Andrea Levy

My Best Friend's Girl
by Dorothy Koomson

Half of a Yellow Sun
by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

A Long Way Gone Memoirs of a Boy Soldier
by Ishmael Beah

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