Friday, 17 September 2010

Top 5... Books I've Read (So Far) This Year.

Every Friday here at 'Inside My Head' I do a Top 5... . This weeks Top 5... is a collection on books I have read so far this year. I love reading. There is something so good about sitting back and getting lost in a good book. I love different kinds of books, depending on my mood at the time. So here are my picks:

No. 1: Poor Little Bitch Girl – Jackie Collins.
As you may remember if you read my book review last month, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book on holiday. This is Jackie Collins at her very best. I can't wait to read her next book.

No. 2: Chelsea Chelsea, Bang Bang – Chelsea Handler.
Chelsea Handler last weekends host of the VMA's and nightly host of E! 'Chelsea Lately' is a comic genius. Not afraid to say whatever the hell she wants. This book is a must read for anyone who enjoys a good laugh. I honest to god could not put this book down. After taking me 2 days to read I wanted to read it again.

No. 3: Young Wives' Tales – Adele Parks.
I was first introduced to Adele Parks after seeing her book on a recommended book list a few years ago inside the Manchester Waterstones store. If you enjoy a good girly read then Adele Parks should be on your bookshelf too.

No. 4: Living Dead In Dallas – Charlaine Harris.
This is book two of the Sookie Stackhouse books that the TV series True Blood is based on. I would recommend you read the books in order. Anyone who is a fan of the tv series is going to love the books.

No. 5: A Champions Mind – Pete Sampras.
This book is a must read for any tennis fan out there. Long before Roger Federer was braking records Pete Sampras was making them. I grew up enjoying watching Sampras play. Some of my all time favourite matches have featured this guy. In this book you can hear Sampras' version of his career.

If any of you guys have read the above books I'd love to know your thoughts too. If you love reading as much as me then you know that coming across across new authors is exciting. So if any of you guys can recommended some good reads I'd love to hear from you.

Happy Friday everyone!


  1. I'm so glad Sookie made it onto the list. I read all the books over the summer and they were wonderful. I didn't know how much I could like a series (harry potter excluded, truluv4eva) till this. Addicting, and so great.

  2. lol of course Sookie made the list :) I'm addicted to them i'm reading club dead now :)