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A lot of you seem to enjoy reading as much as I do, so I thought I’d start sharing books I’ve read recently, in case you need some good book suggestions!Here are some great book suggestions! #amreading Click To Tweet
Some of these books were amazing, and some of them were just okay, but here they are!
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I thought that this book was cute and fun. If you’re suffering from depression, I recommend reading this book! The suggestions of what to do when you’re feeling depressed were fun, and even though some of them were pretty well-known, some of them were also new to me and I’m sure you’ll at least have fun reading it!
I loved this book! Some parts of it irked me a little bit, but for the most part it. was. amazing. If you’re a worrier (like me) this book is for you. It taught me how to set my fears, judgments, etc. aside and see that God (“the Universe”) has my back. It teaches you how to choose love over fear and basically be a better person.
This was a perfect chick-lit book from the queen of chick-lit. It’s about a woman named Katie who rents a tiny room in an apartment, has a horrible commute to a horrible job. But she pretends that she has a glamorous life on Instagram. It’s funny, cute, and lighthearted – just what I need to read from time to time!
I thought this book was just okay. I heard that the author was amazing, but this left me feeling disappointed. It’s about a woman held hostage in a mansion, and the only person who can help her is one of the people that’s holding her hostage. Other people seem to like it, so maybe it’s just me? It just seemed really slow/boring.
This book was amazing! It’s the classic “whodunnit” mystery, with a little bit of psychological thriller mixed in. I thought it was written perfectly and the ending was great. (If you decide to read it, be sure to read the epilogue – it’s important!)
This is probably one of my favorite books now, honestly. It’s about the 10 traits of happy, contented people. The author provides proof from scientific/psychological research, personal experience, and the Bible for why these specific 10 traits lead to happiness. I love the personal stories that he mixes in, too. It’s definitely an interesting book and I recommend it to everyone!
I pretty much liked this book. It was cute and all, but it was nothing really special for me. It’s about a woman that’s left in charge of “Bluebell Hall” (a community building) after her grandmother passes away. The hall is threatening to close so she has to try to save it. If you’re into chick-lit, it’s worth a read but it just wasn’t something that really kept my attention very well.
This was the best kind of cheesy romance, in my opinion. It’s about a woman who works with this guy that she hates – but they really have feelings for each other. You know those “we act like we hate each other but we really love each other” relationships in books? That’s how it is. If you’re into that, you’ll love this book!
This is the second book I’ve read by this author (the first one was All the Missing Girls) and both of them were amazing. It’s about a girl whose roommate (Emmy) goes missing, and as she starts to look for her, she realizes that Emmy may not be who she thought she was. If you like thrillers/mysteries, I highly recommend this!