April 21, 2013

books? yes please!

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HAPPY SUNDAY!
The sun is shining in Toronto and Pete & I are headed on some adventures in the city and then to babysit my cutie babe niece Ivy! ♥  (perfect day)
I've kind of been in a reading slump lately. I have been so busy and haven't had much time to just relax and enjoy a book. I want to get a few really great books for my trip to Paris!

I want to ask YOU guys what your favourite book is, or the last incredible book you read? I want something that I won't be able to put down! I mostly read fiction but am totally open to all suggestions.

Book Suggestions! Got any?

18 comments:

  1. One of my favorite series is the Something Borrowed series by Emily Giffin, it's such a cute story. She also has other books unrelated to these which are great too!
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    1. yeah i do like emily giffin! so cute! i will check them out! thank you girl!

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  2. Little Children by Tom Perotta is the book I recommend to everyone. It's quite possibly my favorite of all time.

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    1. I feel so dumb that I had no idea this was a book. I remember seeing the movie looooong ago and being so enchanted by its beauty. Can't WAIT to read the book now! Thank you!

      xoxo
      Melyssa
      http://thenectarcollective.com/

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    2. amazing! i will check it out. thank you so much!

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  3. Valley of the Dolls is a good one! Also, the Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella :)

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    1. i've read all the shopaholics & loved them. i will check out valley of dolls:)

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  4. Swimming with dolphins by Deborah Wright was absolutely amazing! FAVOURITE BOOK :D

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  5. Everything is Perfect When You're a Liar is SO SO good and funny! xo

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    1. i feel like everyone is talking about this! gotta read it boo! thanks!!! xoxoxo

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  6. I was completely engrossed in the writing of One Day by David Nicholls. And The People of the Book by Geraldine Brooks is a great piece of historical fiction!! They story swept my away! And as far as mainstream novels, I read all three HUnger Games in like 6 days..couldn't put them down.

    <3 Heather @ Find That Warm Fuzzy Feeling

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  7. Never Let Me Go, by Kazuo Ishiguro! <3 It drags at the beginning, but gets so beautiful later on.

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  8. I love love the book Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami. It's kind of a love story, but with such layered characters and deep issues they are trying to solve...it just comes together so beautifully and gracefully. I have tons of favorite quotes from it, too! I just love the book. :)

    xoxo
    Melyssa
    http://thenectarcollective.com/

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    1. OOOOH i like the sounds of this!!! i will check it otut. thanks girly! xo

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  9. For Paris, I'd recommend The Paris Wife or a classic, A Moveable Feast. :)

    xx Sarah
    The Laughing Medusa

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you are so cute! thanks for commenting:)