Daylight savings is around the corner, and we all know what that means. Like it or not, we're headed for winter. However, while the end of long bright evenings may be a bit depressing, this is the ideal time to read those non-fiction books on you wish list.
According to a study by Kantar UK insights, more than half of the adults they surveyed read just one book in the last year. However, with the expectations of modern life, that's hardly surprising. Sometimes life can get in the way, and before you know it, all those epic books you got for Christmas end up collecting dust. But fear not — the colder months are a perfect excuse to get cosy indoors, and there's still plenty of time to squeeze in some good reading.
There’s a whole heap of fantastic non-fiction books hitting shelves in the next few months. From delicious cookbooks making a veggie lifestyle simple to heart-felt essays dispelling myths around mental health from the perspective of both famous and emerging voices, there is something for everyone — even if you think fiction is more your bag. So, if you're stuck on what to read next, and don't know where to begin, get stuck into these 5 new books: