Top Ten Tuesday | Books that Don’t Get Enough Book Love
When putting together Finding Wonderland’s Top Ten Tuesday lists, a repeat occurrence is the appearance of the same novels. All this is all well and good because such novels are, in my reader’s opinion, worth sharing and re-sharing. However, sometimes sharing about the books that don’t get as frequent of mentions or book love is a long overdue commission a book nerd is pleased to embark on.
Broke and Bookish March 22nd Topic
Ten Books I really Love But Feel Like I Haven't Talked About Enough/In A While
Below are the novels I either don’t talk of all that often for reasons because I haven’t read them in many years or simply because I’ve neglected to spotlight them as I should have.
1. The Book of Hours by Davis Bunn | I read this one eons ago (long before I joined this thing known as book blogging), but if my snippets of memory are correct (or intact), I remember falling head over heels in love with the story - plus there's a CASTLE, so there is that. Amazon | Goodreads
2. The Trouble with Tulip by Mindy Starns Clark | A fun cozy mystery that inspired two additional series novels. Amazon | Goodreads
3. The Gifting by K.E. Ganshert | Fantastic start to author Katie Ganshert’s Indie YA dystopian trilogy. Amazon | Goodreads
4. There You’ll Find Me by Jenny B. Jones | With Jenny’s next YA releasing tomorrow (we’ll be talking about it in tomorrow’s post), it’s the perfect time to gush about this one. It was one of my all-time YA romcom favorites when I read it. It remains the same today. Amazon | Goodreads
5. The Princess in the Opal Mask by Jenny Lindquist | A charming fairytale YA novel that doesn’t seem to get the play it deserves. Amazon | Goodreads
6. Remembrance by Michelle Madow | Before she wrote the Secret Diamond Sisters (Harlequin Teen) series, Michelle penned a sweet time travel duology (plus a novella sandwiched in-between) that was inspired by Taylor Swift’s ‘Love Story’ song. I still remember loving this story. (Plus as of now, it's free on Amazon Kindle.) Amazon | Goodreads
7. A Table by the Window by Hillary Manton Lodge | I do talk about this one quite a bit, I suppose, but well, I do so adore this series! Plus, with the final novel set to release in a few month, what better time for new readers to read book one and two!? Amazon | Goodreads
8. My Stubborn Heart by Becky Wade | Becky’s Bethany House debut is charming! Go read it. Amazon | Goodreads
10. The House that Love Built by Beth Wiseman | Read this one with the INSPYs last year, and feel hard for its sweet charms (plus that title is so poignantly sweet). Amazon | Goodreads
Are there any novels you feel don’t get enough book love or appreciation? Share your lists or if you’ve ever read any of these below?
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