My friend recently asked me what books I've been reading, I had a complete mind blank, and couldn't tell her. However I have been jotting it down in my bullet journal each time finished a book, so I can tell you.  I thought all the bookworms out there might appreciate an overview of my 2018 reading.

So here is everything I've read (so far) during 2018:

Adult Fiction:

Call Me By Your Name by André Acimen.
A beautifully written romance set in 80s Italy.
You can read my thoughts on it here
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Caraval by Stephanie Garber
This fantasy fiction is about a girl who dreams of going to Caraval, when she eventually does, she soon learns the game revolves around her and her family.
I talk more about this book in this blog post
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Eleanor Oliphant is Complete Fine by Gail Honeyman
The story revolves around the life of Eleonor, who lives a very routine day to day life. She finds things change as she makes a new friend and it becomes clear that Eleonor has a very troubled past. This book lies somewhere between a romance novel and a psychological thriller.
I talk about this book more here
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Always with Love by Giovanna Fletcher
This is the final book in Giovanna Fletchers 'Billy and Me' series. It's the story of the relationship between an ordinary girl who lives in a quiet village and a movie star.
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My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella

My not so perfect life is a funny, and very relatable story about a girl named Katie, who makes out her life is perfect on social media, even when it seems to be falling apart.
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Young Adult Fiction:

Turtles All The Way Down by John Green
This YA story is both a mystery and a romance. 
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To All The Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Hann
The book which bought us the much loved Netflix film.
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P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Hann
The sequel of To All The Boys I Loved Before.
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Always and Forever Lara Jean by Jenny Hann
The final in the To All The Boys I Loved Before series.
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The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord
This book begins after the death of Paige's first boyfriend, it's about her journey learning to enjoy being a teen again.
I talk more about this here
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When We Collided by Emery Lord 
This is a beautiful romance novel which discusses grief and mental health. It's written in two different perspectives.
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The Names They Gave Us by Emery Lord
Christian teen Lucy goes to be a counsellor at Summer camp after learning her mum is unwell. She makes new friends and learns life lessons.
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Short Stories, Poetry and Prose:

The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan:
The insightful short stories feature different characters and lives.
I talk about this book, in this video
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She Must by Mad by Charly Cox:
Beautiful, relatable poetry and prose around the themes of love, mental health, body image and adulting.
I talk more about this here
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The F Word by Lily Pebbles
This book in a hybrid of genres, in a guide to modern female friendship with a memoir, feel to it.
You can read more about my thoughts on this here
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Reason to Stay Alive by Matt Haig
This inspiring book teaches you about mental health, whilst telling the writers story.
I talk about it more here
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Self Help, Career and Spiritual Teachings:

#HigherSelfie by Jo Westwood and Lucy Sheridan.
A guide on how to make a spiritual life accessible in the modern-day.
I talk about this book in this video
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The Anxiety Solution by Chloe Brotheridge
A guide on how to understand and manage anxiety.
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Return to Love by Yoggi Kanna
A guide to inner peace and a spiritual life.
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You Are A Badass by Jen Sincero
This was a re-read. It's a best, most empowering, career/self-help book I've ever read.
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You Are A Badass at Making Money by Jen Sincero
As the title might give away, this book is about how to manifest money into your life.
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