Tell me what to read!

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I think you all have noticed, I’m having a really hard year being excited about my reading. I don’t know what it is, but beyond the anticipated squeals that I have pre-ordered, I don’t really have anything exciting on my TBR list.

None of the new releases this year that I am seeing are really exciting me. I have a ton of re-reads planned for the year, and while I love revisiting stories, I want new ones too. So I am coming to you all!

What are some good books, old or new, that you can recommend? I think you all have an idea of my reading preferences based on the books that pop up on here. So lay ’em on me! Please, I really need some books to get excited about!

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7 thoughts on “Tell me what to read!

  1. well since you’ve asked 🙂

    I’ve got a short list for you, maybe you’ll find some of these books interesting:

    – Enchanted by Alethea Kontis – a cute fairy tale retelling I’m currently re-listening ;P I intend to move on to the next book after finishing this one
    – Broken Aro by Jen Wylie – a young-adult fantasy I’ve read few years ago and adored! Jen Wylie has few other stories I really liked, so go check her out
    – From Hell to Breakfast by Cynthia St. Aubin – maybe not your usual read, but I had lots of fun reading this one. It’s hilarious, fast-paced and it’s short, so you can read it at one go
    – Halfway Witchy Series by Terry Maggert – I’ve just read book 2 and intend to read book one sometime soon. It’s nice, has a good set of characters and plenty of magic and supernatural creatures.
    – The Magicians’ Guild by Trudi Canavan – first book from a great fantasy series that everyone should read. Yes, I loved it, read it to know why :).
    – From a more romantic side, I’ve got two unusual reads by Jen Minkman: The Space In Between and Shadow of Time. Both with a supernatural twist and a good plot.
    – Salem’s Vengeance by Aaron Galvin – last, but not least, a first book of a trilogy of historical young-adult novels about witch hunting and native Americans.

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  2. Hmm. Here’s a few suggestions.
    The Immortals, by Jordanna Max Brodsky – Adult
    She’s Not There, by Joy Fielding – Adult
    The Iron Druid Chronicles (series), by Kevin Hearne – Adult
    The Harry Dresden series, by Jim Butcher – Adult
    The Casquette Girls, by Alys Arden – YA
    River Road, by Carol Goodman – Adult
    The Feathered Bone, by Julie Cantrell – Adult
    The Steep & Thorny Way, by Cat Winters – YA
    Sanctuary Bay, by Laura J. Burns & Melida Metz – YA
    The Others series, by Anne Bishop – Adult
    The Red Queen & The Glass Sword, by Victoria Aveyard -YA

    *These have all received 4-5 star reviews on my blog 🙂

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  3. I really don’t know if I can give any recs at this point. So many of my YA book choices come from you or your Goodreads list/likes, so I’m stumped! Haha! I hope you find a few good books to add to your list. Sorry to be a party pooper. 🙂

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