#R3COMM3ND3D2020 with #BookBlogger Julie Morris (@book_problem) #ALittleBookProblem #damppebbles #BookRecommendations #publishedin2020

Hello bookish friends and welcome to a brand new week on damppebbles. It’s day 51 of #R3COMM3ND3D2020 and I’m sad to say that we’re nearing the end of this year’s feature. But what a blast it’s been! If you’re an author or a book blogger and would like to shout about three books published in 2020 which you love then fear not, there’s still a smidge of time left to do it. I have a mere four spaces left so if you fancy taking part, pop your details and your books on the form at the end of this post.

Today I am delighted to welcome another fabulous book blogger to share the book love. Joining me on this wintry Monday is the fantastic Julie of A Little Book Problem. Julie’s blog is absolutely superb and I can’t recommend it highly enough. Head on over and give her a follow if you don’t already. You won’t regret it, I promise!

So, what is #R3COMM3ND3D2020? It’s about sharing the book love. It’s a chance for authors, book bloggers and bookstagrammers to shout about three (yes, *only* three) books they love. They can be written by any author, in any genre and published in any way (traditionally, indie press or self-published). But there is a catch. All three books must have been published in 2020. To make things interesting I have added a couple of teeny, tiny rules this year which are; 1) the book must have first been published in 2020 and 2) special editions and reissues do not count. I like to keep you lovely people on your toes. 😉

Here are Julie’s three #R3COMM3ND3D2020 picks…

Fake Law: The Truth About Justice in an Age of Lies by The Secret Barrister
I’ve gone with two non-fiction titles this year. For me, it has been a year of increased non-fiction reading, I think I’m trying to make sense of a nonsensical world. As an ex-lawyer, I know how important the law is to the daily lives of everyone, and it frustrates me how little understanding many people have of the law and how it protects them, and how much nonsense and fake news floats around that people take as gospel. This book seeks to address some of those myths, and inform people of why the law is important, and it does it brilliantly. It is my book of the year.
Julie’s Review of Fake Law

Hinton Hollow Death Trip by Will Carver
This book just blew me away with its originality. I sometimes wish I could have a peek in Will Carver’s mind and see how his brain works because he comes up with ideas no one else would ever dream up. Every one of his books is unique, and he outdid himself with this one. Narrated by Evil itself, its one of those book you never forget once you’ve read it. Orenda has fast become my favourite publisher, because of output like this.
Julie’s Review of Hinton Hollow Death Trip

More Than a Woman by Caitlin Moran
Another non-fiction title, this one a must read for every forty-something woman who wants to feel understood. This book made me laugh and cry, quite a feat for a non-fiction title. Like having a slightly drunken conversation about life with that friend you’ve known forever. I’d like to give a copy to every middle-aged woman I’ve ever met and say, ‘See, you ARE normal!’
Julie’s Review of More Than a Woman

Three fantastic choices, thank you Julie. This is the second time we’ve seen Hinton Hollow Death Trip by Will Carver which puts it in joint third place along with She Lies Close by Sharon Doering, The Secrets of Strangers by Charity Norman, The Miseducation of Evie Epworth by Matson Taylor and Three Hours by Rosamund Lupton.

If Julie has managed to tempt you, or if you would like to find out more about the books recommended above, please see the following links:

Fake Law: The Truth About Justice in an Age of Lies by The Secret Barrister
Hinton Hollow Death Trip by Will Carver
More Than a Woman by Caitlin Moran

About Julie:
Julie has been blogging at A Little Book Problem for four years. She hosts three popular guest features on her blog, as well as reviewing books and rambling about various un-bookish matters. She was recently named the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s Media Star for 2020.

Julie’s Blog and Social Media Links:
A Little Book ProblemTwitter @book_problemFacebookInstagram @alittlebookproblem |

If you’re a book blogger, bookstagrammer or an author and you have three books published this year which you want to shout about then please complete the following form (or click this link: https://forms.gle/kHTQeQdiUNZTsW4d6)

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