I noted a few titles that really tickled my fancy, which I'm sure I'll be picking up when my self-imposed book deprivation is lifted.
The Offering by Grace McLeen
Although I didn't get on with her second book, the memory of The Land of Decoration still makes me want to read everything McLeen releases.
If This Is a Woman by Sarah Helm
I can imagine a lot of people are thinking 'finally'. It's time to hear about the female experience in Ravensbruck camp.
Honeydew by Edith Pearlman
I've got the Dec/Jan issue of the Literary Review to thank for making me search this out.
Late Fragments by Kate Gross
I feel like this may shatter me, but it also sounds like the perfect book to realign my perspective and remind me to find happiness in the small things.
Five Children on the Western Front by Kate Saunders
I've seen nothing but good reviews about this sequel/tribute to E. Nesbit's Five Children and It.
Happiness by Design by Paul Dolan
Frequent readers of this blog will know that I'm a tad obsessed with happiness - how to get it, where to find it, how it makes you feel etc. The concept of this one sounds particularly interesting.
Have you read any of these? What's on your wish list?