Flipping The Pages | What’s On My Bookshelf July 2019

I absolutely love to read, but with me being Visually Impaired it can be a little bit difficult, as I can’t see the words written on the page anymore. But luckily for me, most Books are now available as an Audiobook, and I thought that I would tell you what i’ve been reading lately.

I usually get all of my Audiobooks from either Audible, which is a monthly Audiobook subscription service, or from the RNIB Library which is the largest Library in the UK for people with a visual impairment.

A large wide dark brown wooden bookcase filled with some thin books with different coloured covers, on a dark background.

A picture of a wooden Bookcase.

Anyway, that’s enough of me rambling, here’s what i’ve been reading lately.

  • Audible Presents : Live From The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 by Audible Comedy.
  • Audible Presents : Live From The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 by Audible Comedy.
  • Beautiful by Katie Piper.
  • Bedtime Stories For Cynics by Nick Offerman.
  • Born Lippy by Jo Brand.
  • Brutally Honest by Melanie Brown & Louise Gannon.
  • Comedy Club (Series 1) by Lloyd Langford, Tiff Stephenson, Jonny Pelham, Colin ‘Anna Mann’ Hoult, & Kiri Pritchard-McLean.
  • Comedy Club (Series 2) by Michael Legge, Alice Fraser, Shane Todd, Tim Renkow, & Tiernan Douieb.
  • Comedy Club (Series 4) by Danielle Ward, Bobby Mair, Archie Maddocks, Dai Henwood, & Peter Brush.
  • History Revealed (Series 1) by History Revealed Staff.
  • Inside Vogue by Alexandra Shulman.
  • It’s Not A Rehearsal : The Autobiography by Amanda Barrie.
  • Life Will Be The Death Of Me by Chelsea Handler.
  • Little Me by Matt Lucas.
  • Lost Voice Guy : Inspiration Porn by Lee ‘Lost Voice Guy’ Ridley.
  • More Bedtime Stories For Cynics by Nick Offerman.
  • My Thoughts Exactly by Lily Allen.
  • Scarlett Says by Scarlett Moffat.
  • Stephen Fry’s Victorian Secrets by Stephen Fry.
  • Straight Outta Crawley by Romesh Ranganathan.
  • Sunny Side Up by Susan Calman.
  • Susan Calman : Keep Calmon Carry On by Susan Calman.
  • The Happy Hoofer by Celia Imrie.
  • The Greatest Love Story Ever Told by Megan Mullally & Nick Offerman.
  • The Stephen K Amos Talk Show (Series 1) by Stephen K Amos.
  • The Stephen K Amos Talk Show (Series 2) by Stephen K Amos.

There you go, that’s everything that i’ve been reading lately, but as you can probably see, I absolutely love an Autobiography, haha!

What have you been reading lately? Do you love Audiobooks too? Who are some of your favourite Authors? Please let me know down below.

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  1. Philippa Barraclough

    Great post Luke. I’ll take a look at these. If you like reading books by comedians I have read; Eddie Izzard, Sarah Millican, Jennifer Saunders, Michael McIntyre. All really good.

  2. Wow, loads of books here! I like YA and historical fiction, and I’ve not actually tried audiobooks before – but I’ll certainly look into them. Great post 😀

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