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📚Top 10 favorite Fiction & Non-fiction, Authors & Series’

📚Top 10 Fiction going back a few years in my Goodreads

It’s Tuesday once again! 😃And that means oatmeal for breakfast… but that’s not important. What is important is, it’s time for a top 10 list!  I couldn’t think of a better list right before summer reading than a top ten fiction and non-fiction of the last few years from my Goodreads.C60369B8-27CF-4780-90B3-B10B60B2C633

Some have been re-reads, as they are among my favorites. I hope you enjoy my list( these are not in any order)…

  1. Grapes of Wrath By John Steinbeck
  2. Witching Hour By Ann Rice
  3. The Girl Who Drank the Moon By Kelly Barnhill
  4. The Firm By John Grisham
  5. A Man Called Ove By Fredrik Backman
  6. The Secret Life of Bees By Sue Monk Kidd
  7. Water for Elephants By Sara Gruen
  8. Gone With the Wind By Margaret Mitchell
  9. The Prince of Tides By Pat Conroy
  10. Counting By 7’s By Holly Goldberg Sloan

📚Top 10 Non-Fiction from my Goodreads

  1. Unbroken By Laura HillenbrandD4454045-0317-4AF3-9F45-15793E5735F6
  2. Miracle in the Andes By Nando Parrado
  3. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*** By Mark Manson
  4. How Not to Die By Michael Gregor
  5. The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up By Marie Kondo
  6. Wild By Cheryl Strayed
  7. You are a Badass By Jen Sincero
  8. The Survivor’s Club By Ben Sherwood
  9. The 5 Love Languages By Gary Chapman
  10. The China Study By T Colin Campbell

📚Some of my Favorite Authors that I will always go for..

  1. Elin Hilderbrand
  2. Fredrik Backman
  3. Greg Iles
  4. Kelly Barnhill
  5. Liane Moriarty
  6. Sue Monk Kidd
  7. Gillian Flynn
  8. John Grisham
  9. Dan Brown
  10. Michael Connelly

📚Tried a top 10(turned into a top 8) for series’ I haven’t read enough to make it interesting…

Sometimes I get burned out on reading too much of the same story and characters. I think that is why I am not drawn to very many series’. Even some that Ive read I don’t read them one after the other because I need to change it up for a while. Are you that way too, or is it just me?🤪

I wouldn’t exactly call this a top of anything list, more of a list of series’ that I’ve read and enjoyed. I am working on this though. My son is begging me to read Percy Jackson and the Olympians and I also have The Heroes of Olympus on my shelf from my Scholastic book order last month. Here it goes…

  1. Harry Potter By J K Rowling
  2. Series of Unfortunate Events By Lemony Snicket
  3. Penn Cage By Greg Iles
  4. Vampire Chronicles By Ann Rice
  5. Magic Treehouse(my kids loved them) By Mary Pope Osborne
  6. Mickey Haller By Michael Connelly
  7. Twilight By Stephanie Meyer
  8. Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

 

📚What would your list look like?

Leave me a comment if any of these are your favorites or if you disagree on any. This could be a fun tag for anyone that wants to look back through your last few years on Goodreads and make a top 10 list! I want to know what your thoughts are…give me recommendations! What amazing read am I missing out on?! I need to know! 😁

Thanks for checking out my favorite books list! 🙏

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14 replies »

  1. Can’t say I read enough to have a top 10 list – not anymore anyway, and i haven’t read for awhile. But a series I couldn’t get enough of was A song of ice and fire. An Author I’d happily read anything by would have to be Clive Cussler.

  2. For light, fun summer reading, I love Janet Evanovich. I try to read one every summer. They are comic mysteries, and she is laugh out loud funny. The series starts with One For The Money, which was made into a movie a few years back..

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