I'm extra motivated to read more books in 2017 (already finished one!) and I'm keeping a list of the ones I read to help me keep track, as well as a list of books I want to read. It seems like I post something like this every few months, but I really do get the best recommendations when I do, so here I go again!
Any must read FICTION books? (Guys. I really just don't love non-fiction. I can only handle like 3 a year). And in case you are on the hunt for some great books to read this year, too- here are some of my favorites to recommend. There's a great chance I've already included some of this in past posts but I'm too lazy to go back and check!
Party Girl and Sweet Girl// Just finished the second book in this series and they are good. Not life changing, but light and easy and not trashy AT ALL which is annoying hard to come by these days.
The Shadow Of The Wind// This was a rogue book club book a few years ago and it was AMAZING. I think we all loved it and I talk about it all the time.
The Savannah Series// Super easy and silly, but great weekend or summer reads.
One True Loves// I randomly picked this up from the impulse New Book section at the library and couldn't put it down. SUCH A GOOD BOOK.
Friday Night Knitting Club// It's actually been years since I read this, but it's surprisingly funny and not at all what you think its about based on the title.
The Inner Circle// I think I discovered Brad Meltzer in high school and his books are SO GOOD. Super intense and they leave you on the edge of your seat until the very last page.
Anything by Mary Kay Andrews// Maybe there's a theme here? I just love all of these books lately because they are fast and easy and silly and painfully predictable, but I don't hate that.
Happy reading this year!