Your Winter Reading List: The WLD Book Club Vol. 3

Your Winter Reading List: The WLD Book Club Vol. 3

With the winter winds blowing away, that means lots more time snuggling indoors. Instead of wasting your hours staring at a screen, why not take up some new reading? Our last Book Club post was such a hit, so we've put together our next instalment! Here's a few books that have caught our eye recently. Have other suggestions? Let us know!

 

Feminists Don't Wear Pink by Scarlett Curtis

We've mentioned this book before, but we just can't get enough of it! Scarlett Curtis has curated an incredible collection of writing from women around the world, on how they interpret feminism into their personal lives. With essays from celebrities like Emma Watson to activists like Alicia Garza, this is a great read to help expand your viewpoint. 

 

Just Kids: Illustrated Edition by Patti Smith

A reissue of rockstar Patti Smith's amazing memoir, this edition features hand-drawn illustrations and more photographs from Smith's wild life. This memoir is great for those wanting an inside look on the rise of rock music in 1970s New York City.

 

The Bus On Thursday by Shirley Barrett

A dark comedy claiming to be "Bridget Jones meets The Exorcist", The Bus On Thursday follows Eleanor, a woman recently diagnosed with breast cancer. When she moves to a remote Australian town to deal with her diagnosis, the town's odd residents have strange methods on helping Eleanor deal with her illness. Check this out if you like your books spooky and weird!

 

Nobody Cares by Anne Donahue 

Twitter famous Anne Donahue has put together a collection of hilarious essays on the misadventures of being a modern woman in your twenties and thirties. Expect to laugh, and maybe even cry a bit. 

 

Upstate by James Wood

A quiet and subtle character study, Upstate focuses on a British family who travel to rural New York state to find a family member going through a personal crisis. Stuck in a unfamiliar land for a week and forced to confront their issues, this novel focuses on family matters and how we can find true happiness. 

 

- Fraser (Communications Coordinator at With Love Darling)

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