Nothing beats cosy days with a good read and cup of tea by the fire. Whilst we’re staying in, we’re sharing what’s on our book list for you to enjoy.
Whether you’re in the mood for a passionate romance, a hair-raising thriller or a great historic novel, we have handpicked the best books for your winter reading list.
For the Thriller Fixated
THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN – Paula Hawkins
From the New York Times Bestselling author Paula Hawkins, this psychological thriller will leave you in suspense the whole read. An intriguing read, now turned into a feature film starring Emily Blunt. This book will keep you questioning right up until the very end.
For the Romance lovers
LOVE AND OTHER BATTLES – Tess Woods
Third novel by Australian author Tess Woods, her books follows the tales of three generations of women who experiences the hardships of battles throughout time. Emotional and intergenerational, this book tugs on heart strings no matter what generation you’re from.
For the Travel Bugs
PLACES WE SWIM – Dillon Seitchik & Caroline Clements
Discover Australia’s secret beauty and dream of warmer climates! Plan a (COVID safe) weekend getaway with the girls and find your own private piece of heaven. Plan the perfect times to go, how to get there and all the secret local knowledge you’ll ever need.
For the History Buff
YOU DAUGHTERS OF FREEDOM – Claire Wright
Inspirational and ground-breaking, Wrights historical accounts of the suffragette movement of the early 20th century are a reminder of Australia’s proud women’s legacy. She accounts for a time where the actions of our ancestors sparked a change the world envied. Something every woman should read.
For the Food Fanatics
COMMUNITY – Hetty McKinnon
Food is all about sharing the love of taste and cooking with family and friends, and McKinnon’s book delivers a flavour-packed collection of salads to share with loved ones. She illuminates the benefits of featuring simple, healthy and sustainable produce in her recipes to make you feel fuller in your tummy and your heart.
What is on your ultimate winter reading list?