Thursday, November 29, 2012

reading list


Over the years, I have really grown to enjoy reading. I love finding new books to love. I am compiling a list of books that I'd like to read in 2013, and I thought I'd first turn to you for guidance. What's your favorite book? What book are you reading now? Dish.

12 comments:

christin said... [REPLY]

ALL OF THE CHELSEA HANDLER BOOKS! lol...

Amanda said... [REPLY]

One of my all time favorite books is The Wedding .. it's the follow up to The Notebook. I stumbled upon this on accident a few years ago and was so happy I did!

Laura at Simply Lowcountry said... [REPLY]

I did a very similar post yesterday and featured a couple of titles!

Xo-L

simplylowcountry.blogspot.com

alongobucco said... [REPLY]

I'm currently ready "Crazy Sad True Love Story" which is great, but my favorite book of this past year has to be "Gone Girl"...it was awesome!

Alyssa
The Glossy Life

Jennifer said... [REPLY]

I agree with the above commenter, Gone Girl was my best read of the year. (Actually, the best read of the last several years!) I also loved Bloom by Kelle Hampton.

Kim said... [REPLY]

Gone girl, its great and full of twists and turns.

Heather said... [REPLY]

Daring Greatly
Bobo's in Paradise

Mari-Vicky said... [REPLY]

i recently read 'The Art of Fielding' & 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower'. Both very different, but equally amazing.

-ps, love the blog!

Kecia@CoutureZoo said... [REPLY]

Everyone seems to like Gone Girl but I have to say, while it kept me entertained mostly throughout, it didn't leave me feeling very fulfilled once done. The best books I've read in the past month are The Night Circus and Lucy. Some all time faves are Life of Pi, Bringing Home the Birkin, A Primate's Memoir, A Walk in the Woods, and Modoc.

xx

Lauren said... [REPLY]

The Glass Castle is one of my favorites :)

Megan Welsh said... [REPLY]

I have to agree with Kacie about "Gone Girl" leaving me slightly unsatisfied. I just finished "The Happiness Project"and really liked how it got me thinking about finding happiness in my everyday. Read the rest of my review here:

http://thethreadaffect.com/2012/12/02/book-review-the-happiness-project/

michele said... [REPLY]

perks of being a wallflower is a must read--a very original main character.

michele