Top Ten Tuesday | Most Read Book Reviews
as the originators of the Top Ten Tuesday meme like to dub it, the “Top Ten
— that super specific list you want to make?? All yours to tackle this week!
for today. Why? Well, because apparently I was in a creative-mode-slump. Or
maybe I simply lack the imagination to come up with anything revolutionary. Or
maybe it has to do with my overthinking, “But that’s been done before!” (We are
our own worst critics, aren’t we!?)
to feature contemporary romances. But much as I wanted to feature those with a
bit of a spin, I changed my mind. Then I got to wondering which of my book
reviews were among the most read.
because it allows me to revisit some books I might like to (someday) re-read, and put some books on the list that
aren’t normally featured. The only downside to this feature is the great
possibility these books boast cringe-worthy reviews. With bravery I shall
endeavor to push ahead.
list together manually – what can I use as an analytic tool that will let me
sort my most read posts by label?), I do think they’re close enough.
clearly a reason why this novel is at the top of my list. This story, likes its
title and its author’s prose, is beautiful in so many ways. Amazon | Goodreads
one of my first book reviews ever. Because of this, I advise the following.
Skip the review (*realizes this list brings up old, badly written reviews*) and
go straight for reading the book.
Fans of this petite gymnast will enjoy reading this biography novel. Amazon |
complaints of Sparks’ novels (in general), I do enjoy reading them. This one is
no exception although overall, I like I like the film adaptation of this story
best. Amazon | Goodreads
emoji, it’d be full of the heart-eyed smiley face. This book is made of swoons
and sweet kisses, and still it gives its reader a deep, impacting story. A
five-star stunner that is never going to lose its place on my shelf. Amazon | Goodreads
writes lovely contemporary romance, so go forth and read her novels. Amazon |
first novel that I read by Kristen, but it wasn’t the last. From the leading
couple falling in love as marrieds to the emotional impact of the story, this
book is perfection. Amazon | Goodreads
contemporary fairy tales or fairy tales a-la Hallmark Channel’s branding should
be reading this book. It’s enchanting. Amazon | Goodreads
spans six books, this is one of my favorites of the bunch. Amazon | Goodreads
in that family saga (see book numbered “9”), this sets the tone for what’s to
come in this contemporary series. Amazon | Goodreads
have another novel by prolific author, Nicholas Sparks. This is actually one of
my favorite stories by him. But once
again, I think (overall), I prefer the film adaptation which stars Julianne
Hough and Josh Duhamel. Amazon | Goodreads
Finding Wonderland. What did you all
spotlight with this week’s up-to-you-topic? Share your thoughts down below. I’d
love to chat all things books, or not books with you.