What I’m Currently Reading

Not That Kind of Girl, Girl Online, Zoe Sugg, Lena Dunham, new released books, books

If you didn’t know this about me, I love a good book. 

Something about curling up and reading someone else’s story is just so appealing. I know nowadays people have a hard time reading an article, let alone a three hundred page novel. With all of these famous peeps and YouTubers starting to launch their own books, it definitely seems like the reading interest has increased drastically. I for one never lost my love for books. I did, however, lose my time for them. It’s one of those things you give up when you have a full time job, a hobby that’s basically a second job, a relationship, family and friends. It’s the reading that goes. Know what I’m saying? 

Recently though, I’ve been trying to make a comeback and read at least the absolute necessary ones. Those necessary ones happen to be ‘Not That Kind of Girl’ and ‘Girl Online.’ Lena Dunham is the firecracker in the hit show ‘Girls’ and you may remember her as the one who is naked often. I know, I know…I had to go there but it’s true. She’s absolutely hilarious and has had a world of experience, particularly with awkward and odd situations. So far, I am smiling or laughing at the turn of every page and cringing along with her as she tells us her story. Now I’ve had the pleasure of reading about one chapter of Zoe’s new book, but I still consider this a ‘Currently Reading’ because the book is open, the interest is there, and I will read it. I will have a lot of time to read on my upcoming trips so I’ve decided these will be my next two to be read.

Not That Kind of Girl, Girl Online, Zoe Sugg, Lena Dunham, new released books, books

What are you currently reading? Any chance you’ll be picking either of these up?

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I really enjoy this genre of book. I am still reading (slowly… Very slowly) Lena Dunham’s book. The female comedians write the best reads in my opinion, and the audiobooks are even better. I enjoyed Tina Fey’s Bossypants, and Mindy Kaling’s audiobook was fantastic. I would like to check out Amy Poehler’s book next – any feedback on hers?

Hey Ada! Unfortunately I am currently amidst a thousand academic books. Literally cannot wait to finish the essay I am writing (I hand it in tomorrow) and then I can begin the many books that I have neglected since term started! Intrigued about the Girl Online, I am actually writing about the marketing of it for my essay that I am currently writing! I haven’t read it though! Is it worth the read? xxx

Hey Ada! Those novels seem marvelous and I am keen to read them in the near future. I have heard fantastic things about both and I can’t wait to get my hands on them. Do keep us updated with your thoughts Girl Online as well. I just finished A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf, which is a lecture compressed into a book format. It was about the role and empowerment of women as authors and I found it to be a nugget of pure gold. I am currently reading Quiet by Susan Cain, which is a marvelous book about introverts and extroverts. It is extremely engaging and I can’t seem to put it down. I highly recommend these books if you are looking for something to read once you have finished Girl Online. Hope you are having a lovely day.

I’d love to read Not That Kind of Girl because I’ve heard good things! I just finished The Alchemist which was a really great book – definitely thought provoking and reflective. Great life lessons in that book!

Oh I’ve been so interested in Girl Online, just haven’t had the chance to get my hands on it yet! Thanks for sharing! I’m a bit of a bookworm myself. I’ve been reading Bringing Up Bebe by Pamela Druckerman lately. Very interesting read!

I’d love to read Girl Online, given all the hype surrounding it. But my library doesn’t have a copy and I’m on a book buying ban, so I must be patient.

Right now I’m reading “Taking Flight” my Michaela DePrince. It’s the memoir of a war orphan turned professional ballerina. The author was featured in a documentary called “First Position.” So far I’m really enjoying it.