Books you should read on holiday

I love reading but find it really hard to find books I want to read. I’ve wrote about it before but if it set in a dystopian future I’ll probably love it.

Books you should read on holiday suggested by me;

Bridget Jones: Mad about the boy.

I found the first two such easy books to read, they are fairly different to the film (ain’t they all) but they were still really good. I’m excited to see where she goes but I’m not sure how a world with no *spoiler* Mark Darcy will be.


I’ve seen the film and really enjoyed it (book readers don’t hate me) and I know that means the book must be even better. I still can’t believe I’ve not read it yet.

Thirteen Reasons Why.

I started reading this a month or so ago but when play school broke up I never got the chance to carry on. It’s so much different to the show but still really interesting to read. I’d love to finish it (even though I know how it ends)

Books you should read on holiday, suggested by other bloggers;

I love the “I Heart” series by Lindsey Kelk – easy to read and get into when on holiday. I’m just re-reading them all at the moment in preparation for the new one in September! – Something About Baby.

For a thriller suspense style then Behind Closed Doors by B.A Paris is absolutely AMAZING – Soph Obsessed

The Island by Victoria Hislop! So summery, and plenty of twists and turns along the way! – All Things Spliced

Anything by Giovanna Fletcher or Paige Toon. Easy to read & really get me in the holiday mood! Perfect for sitting back and relaxing. – From Rachael Claire

I love Millie Johnson – great stories, down to earth chick lit with a good focus on the importance of female friendships. – Yorkshire Wonders

What’s the last book you read and would you suggest it? Let me know in the comments.

Until the next post,

Are and Pops.

This post was a collaboration with Holiday Gems. 


  1. Pam
    November 17, 2017 / 10:10 am

    Books I recommend for light holiday reads:

    Jack Dawkins by Charlton Daines

    A Spark of Justice by J.D. Hawkins

    Time Shifters by Shanna Lauffey

    The Wake of the Dragon by Jaq D. Hawkins

    or if you’re into Horror,

    Letters to the Damned by Austin Crawley

    • November 17, 2017 / 5:24 pm

      Thanks for these! I love horror films but don’t often read horror so will check Letters to the Dammed out! -A

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