Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite Publishers


Welcome back to Top 5 Wednesday! This meme was created by gingerreadslainey and is hosted by Sam @ThoughtsOnTomes and you can check out the  Goodreads group here. This week’s theme is Favorite Publishers.

I thought this topic would be a cool way to examine what we read and what publishers put out our favorite books. I encourage you to take a look at your shelf and figure out which books come from which publishers. I think you’d be surprised how many probably end up coming from the same publishing house! Plus, this is your chance to introduce us to some of your favorite small presses or imprints. We talk about the contents or the wrappings of books a lot in this group, but rarely do we talk about the people that bring them together.

Let me share with you some of my favorite publishers that I get from Netgalley.

Entangled is one of my favorite publishers. I’m a huge sucker for all Entangled Romances, whether from Entangled Crush and Teen or from the adult and new adult branches.


I got some great romances from Forever (Grand Central Publishing)… I might have had to write to them to get the books, but I’ve loved them!


I got a few books I loved from Gallery Books, I mean, they basically introduced me to the New Adult genre :).



I depend on Sourcebooks fire to get my YA fix. I get the best books from them :D.



WWW Wednesday: November 16th 2016


WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @Taking On A World Of Words, where you have to answer these questions:

What are you currently reading?

What did you recently finish reading?

What do you think you’ll read next?


I just started The Keeper by Jillian Liota a couple of hours ago, and it’s really good so far.


This week I finished Crazy Pucking Love by Cindi Madsen, then I read Ten Thing Sloane Hates About Tru by Tera Lynn Childs, yesterday I finally finished On the Fence by Kasie West and then I also finished Falling For The Girl Next Door, again by Tera Lynn Childs.



This next week I’ll read Hold My Breath by Ginger Scott and The Bad Boy Bargain by Kendra C. Highley.