My Top Reads of 2021 – January to March

Yes it’s that time of year again. Time to share my favourite reads of 2021. Now some people are very disciplined and can get this down to a Top Ten but I just can’t! So instead, I’ve split my reading year up into quarters and will be sharing one post a week in December telling you about my favourites for each quarter. Click on the titles to read my reviews.

A Tomb with a View – Peter Ross

The Prophets – Robert Jones Jr

The Other Bennet Sister – Janice Hadlow

Away with the Penguins – Hazel Prior

Toksvig’s Almanac 2021

Space Hopper – Helen Fisher

Dreaming Under an Island Skye – Lisa Hobman

The Vanishing Half – Brit Bennett

All You Need is Love – Jessica Redland

The Fair Botanists – Sara Sheridan

The World at My Feet – Catherine Isaac

So there you have it – nine fiction and two non-fiction books are on my Top Reads list for January to March this year. Have you read any of these? Are any of them among your favourites of the year? Do let me know in the comments. Pop back next Monday to find out what made my list for April to June.


10 thoughts on “My Top Reads of 2021 – January to March

  1. That’s a great idea to split favourites into a few months. So many on Instagram asking “what’s been your favourite read this year” – I couldn’t possibly select just one! Looking forward to your next instalment.

    The Fair Botanist is on my Christmas wish list 🤞🏻

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    1. Thanks Susan. I read so many books it’s impossible for me to cut it down further! Has your ‘The Fair Botanists’ request been passed on?

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  2. Oh wow! Thank you so much for including All You Need Is Love in your list. It’s one of my favourite books of all the ones I’ve written so this means such a lot to me. Great to be alongside Boldwood Buddy Lisa Hobman too. Thanks so much Joanne 🙂 x

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