Loved That, Read This [5]

 

Loved That, Read This

 

I’ve been giving a lot of books recommendations lately, so I decided to start a new weekly feature. Loved That, Read This is all about recommending books! There’s no set amount on how many books you have to recommend per week, or restrictions on what genres/age categories you can feature. Just have fun with this! If you want to participate, please link back to me in your post, and then link up below via the linky! Okay, with that said, here we go:

 

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If you loved Divergent, then read Delirium.

I’ve been noticing people in the industry still steering clear of dystopian books, so in honor of my love for them, here’s a book rec. Both of these books feature a society surrounded by a wall, and the occupants are divided in some way (factions/factionless vs. cured/uncured). Both books feature main characters who slowly realize that their world isn’t what it seems.

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If you loved Scarlett Epstein Hates It Here, then read All the Feels.

These two books focus on main characters who are obsessed with either a TV show, or movie, franchise. Scarlett’s in high school, and Liv’s in college. Both girls express their grief over their respective fandom being cancelled by doing something creative. Scarlett writes fanfiction, and Liv starts a campaign (and does movie clips) to try and bring her fandom back.

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If you loved Sloppy Firsts, then read The Boyfriend List.

I’m giving two “older” series some love! Both of these main characters are very opinionated, and a bit out there sometimes. Each of the girls lose their best friend in some way (no, the best friends don’t die). The Jessica Darling series is 5 books (some of which are NA aged), and the Ruby Oliver series is 4 books.

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If you loved Remember Me?, then read Airhead.

These two books feature main characters (adult vs. YA) who don’t remember everything when they wake up. Their lives are changed when they wake up in the hospital after their accidents. Both books have a bit of darkness to them, and lots of secrets/lies that keep you flipping the pages.

 

Have you read any of these books? I’d love to hear your thoughts on them! Don’t forget to link up below with the URL to your blog post (not your blog), and your name. Then if you have some time, check out some of the other links!

 

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Loved That, Read This [4]

 

Loved That, Read This

 

I’ve been giving a lot of books recommendations lately, so I decided to start a new weekly feature. Loved That, Read This is all about recommending books! There’s no set amount on how many books you have to recommend per week, or restrictions on what genres/age categories you can feature. Just have fun with this! If you want to participate, please link back to me in your post, and then link up below via the linky! Okay, with that said, here we go:

 

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If you loved Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour, then read Open Road Summer.

Both books focus on summer road trips, and music plays a big part in each. Plus there’s cute boys, which is always a plus! I think Morgan and Emery’s writing styles have the same kind of vibe, so if you love one, you’ll likely love the other. If you want to try out Open Road Summer, the Kindle ebook is only $1.99!

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If you loved Did I Mention I Love You?, then read The Possibility of Now.

The main characters are teen girls with estranged dads; in the books, they go visit/live with their dads. Romance is less of a focus in The Possibility of Now. One major difference is that Did I Mention I Love You? is the first book in a trilogy, and The Possibility of Now is a standalone. And if you haven’t read Did I Mention I Love You? yet either, the Kindle copy is $1.99!

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If you loved I Was Here, then read My Heart and Other Black Holes.

Both books focus on the topic of suicide, so they’re a bit dark. I Was Here shows the aftermath after someone commits suicide, and My Heart and Other Black Holes shows the exact opposite: someone who’s considering suicide. I listened to the audiobooks for both of these, and highly recommend the narrators!

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If you loved Twenty Boy Summer, then read The Start of Me and You.

These books have one major thing in common: the main characters’ boyfriends have died. They’re starting to put themselves out there again, considering the possibility of love once more. The friends are pretty awesome in these books. Yay girl power! If you haven’t read Twenty Boy Summer yet, the Kindle copy is $1.99 right now!

 

Have you read any of these books? I’d love to hear your thoughts on them! Don’t forget to link up below with the URL to your blog post (not your blog), and your name. Then if you have some time, check out some of the other links!

 

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Loved That, Read This [3]

 

Loved That, Read This

 

I’ve been giving a lot of books recommendations lately, so I decided to start a new weekly feature. Loved That, Read This is all about recommending books! There’s no set amount on how many books you have to recommend per week, or restrictions on what genres/age categories you can feature. Just have fun with this! If you want to participate, please link back to me in your post, and then link up below via the linky! Okay, with that said, here we go:

 

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If you loved Everything, Everything, then read Underwater.

In both of these books, the main characters are trapped inside their houses, but for very different reasons. Both books have a twist you might, or might not, see coming, depending on how good you are at guessing/reading into foreshadowing. Underwater is slightly darker in subject matter.

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If you loved Lock and Key, then read My Life Next Door.

Boy next door romances, plus secrets abound, are featured in both of these books. My Life Next Door is a little lighter in subject matter compared to Lock and Key. It’s also quite a bit funnier. George, Jase’s kid brother, is pretty hilarious.

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If you loved The Boy Most Likely To, then read What You Left Behind.

Both books feature male MCs (The Boy Most Likely To has dual POVs with a female too). These teen boys are going through some tough times, all in the midst of falling in love. They also have something major in common, but I don’t want to spoil the surprise. You’ll have to read to see!

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If you loved Eleanor & Park, then read Just Visiting.

For these two books, there’s one “poor” white character, and one “richer” diverse character. Both books feature dual POVs, a love of music, and are sad in their own ways. A major difference is Eleanor & Park is set in the past (80’s), but Just Visiting is set in the present day.

 

Have you read any of these books? I’d love to hear your thoughts on them! Don’t forget to link up below with the URL to your blog post (not your blog), and your name. Then if you have some time, check out some of the other links!

 

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Loved That, Read This [2]

 

Loved That, Read This

 

I’ve been giving a lot of books recommendations lately, so I decided to start a new weekly feature. Loved That, Read This is all about recommending books! There’s no set amount on how many books you have to recommend per week, or restrictions on what genres/age categories you can feature. Just have fun with this! If you want to participate, please link back to me in your post, and then link up below via the linky! Okay, with that said, here we go:

 

One note before we go to the book recs: This week’s post is a special edition of LGBTQIA+ books in honor of pride month being over, but not forgotten. I, for one, want to read diverse books all year. I bought quite a few books last month that I can’t wait to read ASAP, and I also placed some holds at the library.

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If you loved George, then read If I Was Your Girl.

If you loved George, then I think you’ll love a teen’s perspective when it comes to be transgendered. The writing is beautiful and eye-opening in both books, especially for someone who isn’t well informed about being trans. Both main characters are very likable, and easy to relate to.

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If you loved None of the Above, then read Symptoms of Being Human.

Both are unique POVs that I don’t think get told very often. One is about an intersex person, and the other is about a gender fluid person. Both books are amazing, and some of the events tug at your heartstrings for what the main characters had to endure. There’s a blog in Symptoms of Being Human, and the posts were some of my favorite parts.

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If you loved I’ll Give You the Sun, then read Fans of the Impossible Life.

Both books feature multiple POVs, private schooling, and complicated relationships. I felt a lot of feels while reading both. I feel like both books were a little dark, but especially Fans of the Impossible Life, because there’s a focus on mental health, bullying, etc.

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If you loved Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, then read Everything Leads to You.

If you want a book that focus more on the story line than on romance, then this might be a good choice for you. There’s romance towards the end of both of these books, but the main focus is on things like friendships, jobs, etc. Just note that there are a few major differences (set in the past versus present, male versus female POV, race, family dynamics, etc.) between these two lovely novels.

 

Have you read any of these books? I’d love to hear your thoughts on them! Don’t forget to link up below with the URL to your blog post (not your blog), and your name. Then if you have some time, check out some of the other links!

 

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Loved That, Read This [1]

Loved That, Read This

 

I’ve been giving a lot of books recommendations lately, so I decided to start a new weekly feature. Loved That, Read This is all about recommending books! There’s no set amount on how many books you have to recommend per week, or restrictions on what genres/age categories you can feature. Just have fun with this! If you want to participate, please link back to me in your post, and then link up below via the linky! Okay, with that said, here we go:

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If you loved Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, then read Tell Me Three Things.

In these books, email is a common form of communication between the main character and the love interest. Half the fun in these books is trying to figure out who the mystery guy is, while experiencing plenty of feels along the way!

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If you loved Dreamland, then read The Girl Who Fell.

Both books focus on a darker subject (abusive relationships). The writing in both of these books was spectacular. If that’s not enough to convince you, then let me inform you of the fact that The Girl Who Fell was chosen as an Amazon ‘best young adult books of 2016 so far’ pick!

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If you loved Speak, then read The Way I Used to Be.

These books also deal with a darker subject, but this time it’s rape. Both books were beautifully written, and make your heart ache for what these characters had to endure. One major difference is each book’s time frame: Speak focuses on one year, while The Way I Used to Be is spread across all four years of high school.

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If you loved Second Chance Summer, then read The F- It List

A couple more emotional books (I’m noticing a pattern in this post). In addition to both main characters experiencing grief/denial over their fathers, I also think they open themselves up to the possibilities of life as the plot progresses. Fair warning, The F- It List is a sex positive book.

 

Have you read any of these books? I’d love to hear your thoughts on them! Don’t forget to link up below with the URL to your blog post (not your blog), and your name. Then if you have some time, check out some of the other links!

 

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