My Top Ten Favourite Reads From the Deep South

In a few days time I’ll be off on my jolly holidays to New Orleans! Even though I’ve been many times before, I’m still crazy excited to be going and I’ve been emersing myself in fiction from the Deep South ever since the flights were booked. So to get in a holiday mood, I thought I’d share some of my favourite Southern reads with you:

A Walk to Remember – Nicholas Sparks

Beautiful Creatures – Kami Garcia

Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood – Rebecca Wells

Gone with the Wind – Margaret Mitchell

The Colour Purple – Alice Walker

The Help – Kathryn Stockett

The Invention of Wings – Sue Monk Kidd

Out of the Easy – Ruta Sepetys

The Secret Life of Bees – Sue Monk Kidd

To Kill a Mocking Bird – Harper Lee

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Look What I Hauled All The Way Home

I just had to share this photo with you guys, whoever you are. I ended up carrying all six of these books home from work tonight. Working  in a library is a seriously dangerous occupation!

Book Haul From work

The Books I Hauled Home:

Eleanor & Park – Rainbow Rowell

The Invention of Wings – Sue Monk Kidd

The Library of Unrequited Love – Sophie Divry

Liesel & Po – Lauren Oliver

An Abundance of Katherine’s – John Green

Love & Misadventure – Lang Leav