It is time for step 3 of the #15dayswritingchallenge - a list of your favorite books.

Well, since I am a libra, I don't do decisions very well and I am afraid that I will forget some amazing books since I've honestly read a lot of them. So let's just call this "a list of read-worthy books" instead ;) Also, this list could go on and on and on, therefor I've tried to narrow it down to books I've read pretty recently (within the last few years) that have all made it to my favorite-list.

my life with the walter boys

"You’re living with a bunch of hot guys, and instead of finding Cole and experiencing some real-life anatomy, you’re shacking up with a textbook like a pariah."

I’ve only got one thing to say about this book. AMAZING. My life with the Walter Boys is written by Ali Novak and is originally written as a wattpad story. It has an amazing storyline that circulates around Jackie who lost her family in a car accident and moves across the country from New York to Colorado to live with a family that has twelve boys, well eleven but Parker acts like a boy anyways. I laughed pretty much every other second I read this since the story was so amazingly told. I strongly recommend it!

confessions of a shopaholic (the series)

"Oh, this shouldn't be allowed. There should be a rule which says that people you've met in the gym should never meet you in real life."

I’ve read ALL the books, except the latest one - it’s still waiting for me in my bookshelf. Who does not love reading about Becky Bloomwood and her life? These books are amazingly fun and great chick-lit. I’ve been reading them for years. Give them a chance people!

Side-note: All books written by Sophie Kinsella are amazing (I’ve read pretty much all of them, if you want to read good chick-lit books, I strongly recommend them.)


"How do you not like the Internet? That’s like saying, ‘I don’t like things that are convenient. And easy. I don’t like having access to all of mankind’s recorded discoveries at my fingertips. I don’t like light. And knowledge."

This book by Rainbow Rowell might be one of the best books ever written, and it’s so damn relatable. I was given this book as a gift for Christmas from my sister a couple of years ago, and was totally sceptic towards it. However, I instantly fell in love with it and couldn’t relate more, especially since I’ve written my fair share of fanfiction as well.

love, rosie

"Life is funny isn’t it? Just when you think you’ve got it all figured out, just when you finally begin to plan something, get excited about something, and feel like you know what direction you’re heading in, the paths change, the signs change, the wind blows the other way, north is suddenly south, and east is west, and you’re lost. It is so easy to lose your way, to lose direction. And that’s with following all the signposts"

If you only know Love, Rosie from the movie that was based on the book, then you don’t know Love, Rosie. This book, written by Cecilia Ahern might be my all-time favorite book that’s written through letters, e-mails, notes and such. It is such a beautiful story and I couldn’t put the book away while reading it, I even brought it into the pool, and managed to keep it from getting wet, kind of.

authors you should read (every single one of their books)

Sarah Dessen - you could never go wrong with one of those.
Lucy Dillon - if you love cozy, yet exciting and awesome small-town in England fiction, this is the author you should look for in the bookshops. I love every single one of her books and the fact that the characters from other books makes small appearances throughout the rest of them.

honorable mentions

- The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides
- The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
- Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson
- Let It Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson, Lauren Myracle (I could’ve managed without John Green’s part if I’m being honest)
- The Hunger Games (series) by Suzanne Collins
- The Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer (I’m dead-serious, these has been in such a hype during our generation, reading them is a must before even stating your opinion about it.)
- Divergent (the series) once again it has been in such a hype but also it is so good and the movies did make the

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I left Harry Potter out because of the fact that I am still reading the series (gasp!) I was one of those unfortunate kids that was never introduced to the books properly, I already feel sad for myself, but I wouldn't mind if you did as well. If I had read them all, I'm pretty sure they would be up here among the rest!

have a good read!

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