#15Daysof30Lists: Day 4

Good evening gorgeous people – we are now on Day 4 of #15Daysof30Lists, where each day up to my 30th birthday on 26th August I am counting fifteen lists of 30 favourite things. Hope you’re enjoying them so far!

Don’t forget this is an opportunity for you to learn more about yours truly as well as me learn about you, so leave your comments below or Tweet me with your thoughts. To today’s list then. I’ve always been a bookworm at heart and so it’s only appropriate that today it’s…

1. Kenneth Grahame – ‘The Wind In The Willows’
2. Miranda Hart – ‘Is It Just Me?’
3. Charles Dickens – ‘A Christmas Carol’
4. Roald Dahl – ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine’
5. Giovanna Fletcher – ‘Billy and Me’
6. Evelyn Waugh – ‘Decline and Fall’
7. Alexander McCall Smith – ‘The No.1 Ladies Detective Agency’
8. Paul Kerensa – ‘So A Comedian Walks Into a Church’
9. Jill Tomlinson – ‘The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark’
10. Daniel Tammett – ‘Born on A Blue Day’
11. Jill Murphy – ‘The Worst Witch’
12. Dermot O’Leary – ‘The Soundtrack to My Life’
13. Michael Morpurgo – ‘Private Peaceful’
14. Jane Austen – ‘Pride and Prejudice’
15. Nick Hornby – ’31 Songs’
16. Louise Wener – ‘Goodnight Steve McQueen’
17. T.S Eliot – ‘Selected Poems’
18. Roald Dahl – ‘Danny, Champion of the World’
19. Helen Fielding – ‘Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason’
20. Michael Bond – ‘A Bear Called Paddington’
21. Daniel Defoe – ‘Robinson Crusoe’
22. Sue Perkins – ‘Spectacles’
23. Terry Pratchett – ‘Wyrd Sisters’
24. Joanna Lumley – ‘No Room For Secrets’
25. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’
26. Nigella Lawson – ‘How to Eat’
27. Phyllida Law – ‘Notes to my Mother-in-Law’
28. Elisabeth Beresford – ‘The Wombles’
29. Roald Dahl – ‘Esio Trot’
30. Sebastian Faulks – ‘Birdsong’

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