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Favorite Books I Read Before I was a Blogger:
- Between the Lines by Jodi Picoult and Samantha Van Leer. This book was so different from any book I have read. I loved the colored font and the pictures. I could spend hours staring at the beautiful pictures.
- What Happened to Goodbye by Sarah Dessen. This book was different from other Sarah Dessen books and I fell in love with the story. I actually read this entire book while we were on vacation in Wisconsin.
- Where we Belong by Emily Giffin. I love Emily Giffn so naturally I would read her latest novel. This book was amazing. I switch which character was talking which is different from her other books. Really I love to pick up about any book this is about adoption.
- Bumped by Megan McCafferty. Bumped was the first dystopian I had ever read and it really got me off to good start in the dystopian world. I loved the idea of the novel and I couldn't wait for Thumped to come out. Naturally I loved Thumped too although it wasn't as good as Bumped
- The Rescue by Nicholas Sparks. This book has become one of my favorite non movie Nicholas Sparks books. I fell in love with the story and I think it was interesting the Nicholas Sparks based this book after his son that had difficulties in early life.
6. Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom. This was such a touching life story and there were so many great things to be taken away from this book. It was a great inspirational read and taught me a lot about Lou Gerhig's Disease.
7. The Help by Kathryn Stockett. I read this shortly after seeing and loving the movie. I loved the book and I would love for everybody to read this book.
8. Impossible by Nancy Werlin. My friend read this book and really liked it so she let me borrow it. I did and I loved the story. I loved the mystery and the suspense.
9. Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer. I know most people talk badly about the twilight series, but I truly loved the books and I'm not afraid to admit it.
10. There's Something about Christmas by Debbie Macomber. If you are looking for a fun book to read around Christmas time I recommend you pick up this book. It was literally about fruitcake, but after reading it you realize it is about so much more. I laughed at the subtle traces of humor and fell in love with this book.
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