Top Ten Tuesday: Outside my Comfort Zone

If you’re new to my blog,  welcome to Top Ten Tuesday. It’s held over at That Artsy Reader Girl, where every week bloggers list their top 10 being asked about.  This week’s topic is about the things that are outside my comfort zone.

The Girls by Chloe Higgins: This is a memoir about grief, about coping and more than anything not coping with grief. Because that happens, and it’s messy and destroys those around you. The beauty and the terror of this book is how much I identified with everything in it. Review coming soon.

Furious Hours: The Last Trial of Harper Lee: I got caught by the name, of course, and while there was some interesting info in there, it was also a dissappointment in some respects.

#MeToo: Stories from the Australian Movement: This essay was eye-opening, sad and to be expected for all the crap Australian women still go through.

Conan Doyle for the Defense: the first book where I got caught by a name, only to be dissappointed by it too. I never learn.

The Flatshare: What seems like a fairly conventional romance is anything but.

Saving You: Dude. Old guys take a young mother and go on a road trip. Best thing ever.

That’s it from me! What about you? What’s outside your comfort zone?

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