2017 New Adult Reading Challenge: Book Recommendations (5)

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Hey guys! As you know, this year I’m doing the 2017 New Adult Reading Challenge, created by the amazing Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too, and because I’ve read some amazing NA books last year, I thought that I could recommend some to you that fit in the Book Bingo from the challenge.

Today I’ll focus on the last 5 topics:

21. One word title
22. Book about sports
23. Book on the bottom of your TBR
24. Book with only male POV
25. Freebie

All books here are books I’ve read and really really liked. Click on the names of the books to be redirected to my review of said book.

Recommendations 1-5Recommendations 6-10 |
Recommendations 11-15 | Recommendations 16-20


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A few less known thrown in there…

Trust
Extreme
Play
Keepsake
Hopeless


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These are fairly easy to come across. I could have filled it with Hockey books only, eheh.

Chased
This is Falling
Shut Out
The Understatement of the Year
Waking Olivia


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This one depends on your own TBR, obviously, but I thought I could show you some less known NA books so maybe you could add them to your TBR, eve if at the bottom.

For the One
Wanting More
Blind Spot
Down and Out
Right Where You Are


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So not easy… I’ve read a few awesome ones with only male POV, but they were adult contemporary romances, such as Big Rock.

More Than Exes
The Matchmaker’s Playbook
Undeclared


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For the star in the middle of the challenge, you can pick whatever you would like. I’m showing you 5 books that I enjoyed, but weren’t really my thing, if you know what I mean. Still, they were pretty good and they might be right up your alley.

Lines We Forget
Rikki
Lessons in Gravity
The Room Mate
Frosh: First Blush


And I’m done with these recommendations posts. I hope you can get some rec from these lists, and I do hope you’re joining the challenge, because this genre of books deserves more love 😉 .

2017 New Adult Reading Challenge: Book Recommendations (4)

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Hey guys! As you know, this year I’m doing the 2017 New Adult Reading Challenge, created by the amazing Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too, and because I’ve read some amazing NA books last year, I thought that I could recommend some to you that fit in the Book Bingo from the challenge.

Today I’ll focus these 5 topics:

16. Book set in the summer
17. Book you knew nothing about
18. A re-read
19. Book about a road trip
20. Book recommendation

All books here are books I’ve read and really really liked. Click on the names of the books to be redirected to my review of said book.

Recommendations 1-5Recommendations 6-10 | Recommendations 11-15


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Not as easy as I thought it would be…

Him
More Than Comics
Love on the Ledge
How Not to Fall
Finding London


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I knew nothing about these books when I started them.

The Matchmaker’s Playbook
Being Brooke
Loud is How I Love You
Wasted Words
Feel Me Break


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I want to re-read these books this year!

Fangirl
Us
Smut
Ugly Love
Royally Screwed


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So not easy…

Stay Until We Break
Chasing Crazy
More Than Distance


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Books that have been recommended to me in the past, and that I loved.

You and Everything After
The Score
Steadfast
Maybe Someday
Hold My Breath


Next week I’ll post the last 5 categories. Have you read these books? What did you think of them?

2017 New Adult Reading Challenge: Book Recommendations (3)

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Hey guys! As you know, this year I’m doing the 2017 New Adult Reading Challenge, created by the amazing Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too, and because I’ve read some amazing NA books last year, I thought that I could recommend some to you that fit in the Book Bingo from the challenge.

Today I’ll focus these 5 topics:

11. A LGBT novel or with a LGBT characters
12. New to you author
13. Book you can finish in one day
14. Start a series
15. Book that makes you laugh

All books here are books I’ve read and really really liked. Click on the names of the books to be redirected to my review of said book.

Recommendations 1-5Recommendations 6-10


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I have to find more diverse LGBT books, but these have gay characters and relationships, bisexuals, asexuals and transgenders.

Adulting 101
#Junkie
The Understatement of the Year
Outside the Lines
Him


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All these authors were new to me, and I hope you end up reading some or all of them.

Undecided
Blind Spot 
That Thing Between Eli & Gwen
Watch Me Rise
Waking Olivia


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I’ve finished all of these in less than 24 hours.

Stay Until We Break
Stripped
Tempting Fate
More Than Fashion
Keepsake


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So many great series out there…

The Deal
Shut Out
 Price of a Kiss
All the Ways You Saved Me
This is Falling


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I really liked all of these, and I have a few more that would fit this category.

Roommates
Smut
Right
Hustler
Chasing Crazy


So, next week I’ll post another 5 categories. Have you read these books? What did you think of them?

2017 New Adult Reading Challenge: Book Recommendations (2)

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Hey guys! As you know, this year I’m doing the 2017 New Adult Reading Challenge, created by the amazing Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too, and because I’ve read some amazing NA books last year, I thought that I could recommend some to you that fit in the Book Bingo from the challenge.

Today I’ll focus on the first 5 topics:

6. Book about friendship
7. Book with music or art
8. Book out of your comfort zone
9. Book based on its cover
10. Diverse novel

All books here are books I’ve read and really really liked. Click on the names of the books to be redirected to my review of said book


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NA books just about friendships are not easy! So I’m going for books where friendship is super important.


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I’m just now noticing that these are ALL about music!

In Your Dreams
Loud is How I Love You
More Than Music
Maybe Someday
Stay Until You Break


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This is not a very easy theme. All these books had elements that were sort of weird to me.

Progress
Hot Not to Fall
Hopeless
Sever
#Junkie


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 I’m a sucker for gorgeous book covers, and they’re not that common in NA.

Wasted Words
Finding London
Confess
Lessons in Gravity
Right Where You Are


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I really liked all of these, and I have a few more that would fit this category.

The Understatement of the Year
Outside the Lines
That Thing Between Eli & Gwen
Adulting 101
For The One


So, next week I’ll post another 5 categories. Have you read these books? What did you think of them?

2017 New Adult Reading Challenge: Book Recommendations (1)

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Hey guys! As you know, this year I’m doing the 2017 New Adult Reading Challenge, created by the amazing Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too, and because I’ve read some amazing NA books last year, I thought that I could recommend some to you that fit in the Book Bingo from the challenge.

Today I’ll focus on the first 5 topics:

1. Book set in college
2. Hyped Book
3. Debut Novel
4. 2017 Release
5. New Adult best seller

Most of the books here are books I’ve read and really really liked. Click on the names of the books to be redirected to my review of said book


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I love books set in college, and these belong to some of my favorite series.


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All these books deserve all the hype they have.

The Deal
November 9
Losing It
Archer’s Voice
Him


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Again, try some of these amazing debut novels. I loved most of them. I had some issues with Wrong, but the writing is just fantastic.

Chasing Crazy
Loud is How I Love You
The Keeper
More Than Music
Wrong


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 I’ve read the first 2 books here, but I’ve started the other series, and I’m predicting that the sequels will be fantastic.

The Rule Maker
More Than Distance
The Feeling of Forever
Royally Matched
Catching Carly


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Finding NA best sellers is not that easy… so just to clarify, ACOMAF, Fangirl and Hopeless are classified as Young Adult a lot, but they are totally New Adult for me, because of age and content.

Ugly Love
The Score
A Court of Mist and Fury
Fangirl
Hopeless


So, I’ll keep posting recommendations for this challenge, as well as updating the challenge with the books I’m reading for each category each month, ok?

Just a reminder:

Next saturday, January 28th, at 9 pm GMT (4 pm EST), Cátia is hosting her first Twitter Chat of the challenge. You can see the announcement HERE. So, mark your calendars and let’s all talk about how we’re doing in this 2017 New Adult Reading Challenge, ok?

Top Ten Tuesday: Books Recommended to me by Cátia and Deanna

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Hello, welcome back to another Tuesday. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is:

All About Books You Read Because of Recommendation – Ten Books I’ve Read Because Of Another  Blogger (Or Book Person) or Ten Books I Read On Recommendation From People Outside Of This Community or you could talk about recommendations of books you read from other sources – a magazine, a podcast, a “because you read this” algorithm.

I look for book recommendations everywhere, but if I take a long look at my read books from the last year, I see that 2 bloggers have recommended me more books than anyone else. Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too Much is not only my constant companion while reading – because we do a bunch of buddy reads, but she made me read AMAZING books lately. The other blogger whose opinion I trust like crazy is Deanna @A Novel Glimpse, who pretty much introduced me to some of my favorite New Adult reads. So here are some books that they have recommended to me, and that I loved-


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Top Ten Tuesday: 8 Bloggers Whose Opinion I Trust

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Hello, welcome back to another Tuesday. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is:

Ten Bookish People You Should Follow On Twitter / Instagram / Youtube / Snapchat / Facebook – you pick the platform of your choice to talk about all the interesting bookish people to follow!  If you don’t use social media much you can pick your favorite bookish blogs or new blogs you’ve come across to follow.

I have to be honest, though I’m always with my social media on, I don’t really have that lot of recommendations on either of the platforms. Given that I think that this week’s theme is to spotlight other bloggers or bookish people in general, I decided to share with you 8 fellow bloggers whose opinion I trust, as in, if we read the same book, we’ll most likely feel the same way about it.


 1. Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too Much

Cátia is a fellow portuguese blogger, and someone I talk to EVERYDAY! Yep, we talk all the time, and lately we’ve been reading the same books and doing tons of buddy reads. I trust her opinion and her recommendations because we always feel the same way about the books we read, and about the events on it.

I think the only thing we do not agree on is on Football teams and the whole Will/Jem thing.

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2. Kat @Life and Other Disasters

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Me and Kat have been following each other for years now… TIME FLIES!  We talk everything, from books, to shows, to music, to everyday stuff. Just like Cátia, I talk to Kat every single day too :).

Some of the first books I read here my blog, was because she recommended them to me, and they never fail. Whether she’s recommending me a book, show, movie, I know I’ll enjoy it.

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3. Sara @Freadom Library

In a more recent discovery, Sara and I share the same taste for a lot of books 🙂 , so whenever she recommends something, I listen!

We’re also about to have our first buddy read with Kat, that should be fun!

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4. Deanna @A Novel Glimpse

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Deanna has recommended me some of the best New Adult books I’ve read, so I’m quick to read all her reviews, previews, blitz and so on, because I know that I’ll probably like those same books.

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5. Ari @The Daydreaming Bookworm

Through my recent-ish discovered love for the New Adult genre, I noticed that Ari has read a lot of the same books as me, and I just know that I can fangirl with her over our recent reads – and it’s awesome!

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6. Regina @The Bibliotheque 

Just like the ladies above, I know I can trust Regina’s reviews, they usually align pretty well with my likes and dislikes as well.

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7. Josie @Josie’s Book Corner

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Although I haven’t been in the mood for Fantasy lately, Josie is the person to go to for Fantasy recommendations. She “made me” read Angelfall, after all, and I freakin’ loved it so much! So I always listen when she talks about a book she really likes, even when I’m not in the mood for the genre at the time.

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8. Joey @Thoughts and Afterthoughts

On a slight different note, Joey and I don’t have that many books in common, and he is, in my opinion, a tough reviewer. For this reason, whenever he reviews a book that I’m interested in, and says positive things about it, it makes me that much certain about reading it.

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