Flipping The Pages | What’s On my Bookshelf May 2017

With me being visually impaired, reading a Book can be rather tricky, especially seeing as how I can’t actually see the words on the page. But luckily for me, most Books are available as an Audiobook, which means that I can still read all of the books that I would like to, and after digesting quite a lot of Books over the past eighteen months, I thought that I would tell you what’s on my Bookshelf.

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

A picture of a wooden Bookcase.

Where do I get my Audiobooks from?

I usually get most 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 United Kingdom, for readers with a visual impairment.

Anyway, that’s enough of me rambling, here’s what’s on my bookshelf.

  • A Beginner’s Guide To Acting English by Shappi Khorsandi.
  • Alanatomy : The Inside Story by Alan Carr.
  • Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll.
  • Barbara by Barbara Windsor.
  • Bold As Brass : My Story by Hilary Devey.
  • Bonkers : My Life In Laughs by Jennifer Saunders.
  • Bossy Pants by Tina Faye.
  • Bridget Jones’ Diary (Bridget Jones, #1) by Helen Fielding.
  • Bridget Jones : The Edge Of Reason (Bridget Jones, #2) by Helen Fielding.
  • Cheryl : My Story by Cheryl Cole.
  • Dear Fatty by Dawn French.
  • Diary of a Mad Diva by Joan Rivers.
  • Divergent (Divergent, #1) by Veronica Roth.
  • Girl Online (Girl Online, #1) by Zoe Sugg.
  • Girl Online On Tour (Girl Online, #2) by Zoe Sugg.
  • I Hate Everyone… Starting With Me by Joan Rivers.
  • Is It Just Me by Miranda Hart.
  • Lessons I’ve Learnt by Davina McCall.
  • Life’s Too F***ing Short : A Guide To Getting What You Want Out Of Life Without Wasting Time, Effort or Money by Janet Street Porter.
  • Look Back In Hunger by Jo Brand.
  • Look Who It Is : My Story by Alan Carr.
  • Mad About The Boy (Bridget Jones, #3) by Helen Fielding.
  • Open The Cage, Murphy! by Paul O’Grady.
  • Orange Is The New Black by Piper Kerman.
  • Parsnips : Buttered : How To Baffle, Bamboozle and Boycott Your Way Through Modern Life by Joe Lycett.
  • Peggy and Me by Miranda Hart.
  • Poirot’s Early Cases (18 Hercule Poirot Mysteries ) (Hercule Poirot, #38) by Agatha Christie.
  • Recipe For Life by Mary Berry.
  • Sharon Osbourne Extreme : My Autobiography by Sharon Osborne.
  • Spectacles by Sue Perkins.
  • Still Standing : The Savage Years by Paul O’Grady.
  • The Devil Rides Out by Paul O’Grady.
  • The Devil Wears Prada (The Devil Wears Prada, #1) by Lauren Weisberger.
  • The Life and Laughs of a He Devil by Graham Norton.
  • The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Other Stories by Geoffrey Crayon.
  • The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah.
  • There’s Something I’ve Been Dying To Tell You by Linda Bellingham.
  • Wild : From Lost to Found On the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed.

There you go, that’s everything that’s on my Bookshelf. As you can probably tell, I absolutely love a good autobiography, but I think that’s mainly because i’m incredibly nosey, and love to read about people’s lives, haha!

What’s on your Bookshelf? Do you like Audiobooks too? Please let me know down below.

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  1. Took me back to choosing 30 eight track books at a time for my Dad. So much easier now with a CD. They were a real pleasure for him. Must say our library has a great selection which I listen to whilst sewing.

  2. I love reading about other people’s book lists! 🙂 I really enjoyed the divergent series as books but the films were right stinkers. Do you use good reads? It’s the perfect website for nosing at other people’s book lists!

    • Yes, it was the only way that I was able to remember all of the titles and write the post.

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