There are SO MANY great books releasing this spring! Here are ten that I can’t wait to get my grubby book loving fingers on.
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Field Notes on Love by Jennifer E. Smith was released on March 5. Smith’s books have always been some of my favorites. She always manages to write the most lovable characters and most swoony meet cutes I’ve ever read. Field Notes was no exception.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, friends! I thought today would be the perfect time to share with you seven of my favorite books that are sporting my second favorite color, green! Who knows, maybe reading one of these will bring you some good luck!
Recently I read Jennifer E. Smith’s newest release, Field Notes on Love, and made a comment to my husband over dinner about how I have absolutely loved every single book she has written. This made him start trying to figure out if there were any other authors that I enjoyed where I had read all of their books and never felt let down by them. After thinking on it, I decided that my two never let me down authors were Jennifer E. Smith and Gayle Forman.
To me, an author who never lets you down is vastly different from an auto buy author. I could probably spend the entire day creating a list of people who I’ll automatically buy their book upon it’s release (Ellen Hopkins, Cassandra Clare, John Green, Amanda Lovelace…….), but just because I love those authors and will buy anything they write doesn’t mean that I’ve never been disappointed by one of their books. After some encouragement from my husband, this of course led me to Twitter. We just had to know who other readers considered their never let you down authors to be.
Honestly, this is a really hard Top Ten Tuesday post for me, because I love standalones, and I feel like there aren’t enough of them. I wasn’t able to come up with ten, so instead here are seven standalones I wouldn’t mind seeing sequels of.
Having just been dumped by his girlfriend, British-born Hugo is still determined to take his last-hurrah-before-college train trip across the United States. One snag: the companion ticket is already booked under the name of his ex, Margaret Campbell. Nontransferable, no exceptions.
One of the best things about reading, for me, is learning about a new place. Whether it’s fictional or real, it’s so much fun to see where the characters call home, hang out, or pass through. Here are ten places mentioned in books that I’d love to visit.