I’ve been recommending my favourite reads on here for a few years now and I wanted to make it official! So, I set up the Just Jess Book Club with the purpose of inspiring more people to read. It brings me so much joy to hear that people have loved my recommendations and I want to spread that joy as far and wide as possible. Reading is something that should be accessible and available to all and that’s my mission. The first place to start – getting my recommendations out into the world. More coming soon.
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Book club recommends
Every summer I take a break from my monthly book club recommendations in place of my carefully crafted summer reading list. So, may I present to you my favourite book picks for summer 2020, including everything from romance and thrillers to non-fiction and personal development.Read More
This month’s pick is called The Switch by newcomer Beth O’Leary. The Switch is the heartwarming tale of Leena and her grandmother, Eileen. In need of a change they decide to swap lives for 2 months. The Switch is full of laugh out loud moments, relationship meltdowns and a whole lot of love. It is what I would describe as the perfect feel-good summer read!Read More
If you’re finding yourself bored in lockdown, I have a fascinating read for you this month to keep you busy! I was very intrigued by this book, and it has certainly sparked a lot of debate. This month’s book club pick is Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid.Read More
This is the first post I’ve written since the COVID-19 outbreak. Like many others, I have been adjusting to the new normal. We find ourselves in unprecedented times and as we try to navigate what that means, we need to find ways of keeping busy, focusing on the positives and most importantly, having fun! As you know, I absolutely love reading as a form of escapism and relaxation so it’s great to be able to share my recommendations with you all. So, I’m excited to share April’s book club pick with you all, the amazing Normal People by Sally Rooney.Read More
American Dirt is a heartbreaking tale of a mother and her eight-year-old son on the run from Mexico to the United States, having escaped an attack by one of the most dangerous Mexican drug cartels. Unputdownable, if you read anything this year then it needs to be this book!Read More
Each month I absolutely love browsing the book stores in search of my next book club pick to share with you all. This month’s choice is the masterful Someone We Know by Shari Lapena.Read More
We’re back with the first book club of 2020 and the decade! This month I wanted to take it back to a book that was released in 2018 and is a must-read if you haven’t already – Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owen.Read More
Hello December! The countdown to Christmas is on! This month I have chosen the perfect book to get you in the festive mood and it’s sure to bring a smile to your face… Christmas Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella.Read More
With The Booker Prize 2019 announcement just around the corner, this month’s book pick is from the longlist: My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite.Read More
This months book pick is The man who didn’t call by Rosie Walsh, the first novel she’s written under her own name and it’s a winner! I made a note on my phone to add this to my reading list as it sounded intriguing and I’m so happy that I did! Read on to find out more.Read More
Back in April I ordered my first ever Reading In Heels box, a subscription service that delivers a handpicked book plus a variety of different treats to you in the post, every month. If you follow my Instagram then you will have seen me post about this before but I wanted to officially write something…Read More
This month’s book club pick is the brilliant First Man In by Ant Middleton who spent thirteen years in the military, four years as a Special Boat Service sniper and is Chief Instructor on the TV series. Be prepared for fascinating stories (highs and lows) and valuable lessons we can all use in our daily lives.Read More
For book club this month I’ve chosen the intensely thrilling The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn. When I first read the blurb I immediately thought of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window. I knew that if it was written well it would be a page-turner and I wasn’t disappointed! If you love your thrillers then this is a must-read!Read More