My Favorite Books

So for any of you guys out there that are interested in what I’m reading or what I love to read, here are some of my favorites. I will also add books that I’m currently reading.

  1. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott: This was honestly the first book I picked up when I entered middle school and I have loved it ever since. It is such a heartfelt novel and I always cry at the end. It’s impossible not too.
  2. Running Out of Time by Margaret Peterson Haddix: I’ve read this novel so many times and would recommend it to anyone. It is truly one of the more original story lines I’ve ever read that makes me question things way more than The Matrix ever did. So if you’re interested in a trippy mystery, then this is definitely for you.
  3. Not My Father’s Son by Alan Cumming: I love Alan Cumming as an actor, so why should his autobiography be any different? His life story makes me love him as an actor even more than before. The story of all the things he’s overcome in his life is truly inspirational, so if you need some hope, read this story and you will find it in his compelling story.
  4. Warrior’s Woman by Johanna Lindsey: If you like romance, if you like wit, if you like science-fiction then boy do I have the story for you. This novel has it all. It creates these perfect alternative planets that seem believable and raw in their characterization.
  5. My Man Michael by Jodi Foster: As an avid boxing fan, this story is honestly my favorite, because it mixes all of my favorite categories, boxing, romance, and best of all sci-fi.
  6. A Quick Bite (An Argeneau Novel) by Lynsay Sands: By now you can probably see a trend, romance and sci-fi. I absolutely adore anything Lynsay Sands has written from her supernatural fantasies, to her historical, but there is a special place in my heart for all of the Argeneau novels. It is the perfect blend of science fiction and fantasy. It makes Twilight’s interpretation of vampires seem ridiculously childish, when faced with Sands’ superior back story. Like after reading any of these novels, I have to check myself, because I’ll start believing vampires exist although they clearly don’t.
  7. Mind Game ( A Ghostwalker Novel) by Christine Feehan: Any of her books make me happy, but this novel is so superior to her other books, for not just content, but plot. I’ve read quite a few of her novels and after awhile, you begin to realize that each story has the same underlying plot. So for truly original ideas, read this novel and be amazed.

Those are all the novels that I can think of off the top of my head (maybe because they’re my favorites), but the novel I’m currently reading and rereading is Nothing Pink by Mark Hardy. If you happen to be reading that too, tell me what you think, or message me with your thoughts. I’d love to discuss books with anyone.

-XoXo

UIndy Girl