Katy Upperman’s Top 10 Contemporary Books (w/ Giveaway) | Author of “How the Light Gets In”

Welcome back my lovely stars!! ❤

I'm happy to be working with Katy Upperman, author of "How the Light Gets In", and Xpresso Book Tours for this post. I am a tour host and Katy Upperman has prepared a list of her Top 10 Contemporary Books. I really love this list and personally found some new books to put on my priority-tbr-list. There is a Giveaway at the end of this post so look out for that ❤

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If you read this, Then read this | fantasy recommendations

If you read this, Then read this |

"If you Liked this, then you might Like this" is a new segment that I am doing on my blog. I have been doing something similar on my book reviews but those are more general recommendations and were something that I recommended based on a very vague criteria. I only ever added them at the end of the reviews, which a lot of people may not really seem to notice sometimes and might be considered as an afterthought. In this edition, I'm actually going to be explaining why I recommended a certain book based on another book.

All of these book pairs can be considered recommendations in a vice-versa situation.

Match a Song to a Book

I had this idea of matching books to songs because I love both :")

The way I matched them is sometimes based on the vibes or lyrics or meaning of either. Or songs that just remind me of certain books. I really liked doing this for my reviews (my upcoming scheduled reviews include these now) so I thought I would do a separate segment for these. Don't worry, there is nothing spoiler-y about this... for any of the books 😉 I got you guys.

I am probably not the first blogger to do something like this but I did not base/copy this post and format on anyone else so it's kind of an original here.

I also definitely recommend the songs that I match to get you into the mood of reading the specific books they are matched with.

My 12 Favourite Standalone Books

Hello my lovely stars!!! ❤

I have a list of my 12 favourite standalone books to share with you guys. I did a similar post but with Fantasy series. Series are great but sometimes I enjoy just having the whole plot and character developments in one book. This is honestly in no particular order.

7 Fantasy Series for the Fantasy reader | Interview with Stephanie Rose author of ‘The Tears of the Unicorns’

Hello my lovely stars!!! ❤

I'm so happy to be working with Stephanie Rose, author of The Tears of the Unicorns', for this post. She is so sweet and cool so you guys should definitely out our interview at end of this post.

I have 7 books/series on this list that I think would be great reads for you if you like Fantasy. This list is arranged from what I think are the lightest to the heaviest books to read. I am no longer adding Percy Jackson and Harry Potter since a lot of people have read those books and there is a high chance you have read those if you are already submerged in the world of Fantasy.

Since Fantasy is a very plot driven genre I am going to keep from going too in-depth about the different series that I am going to be featuring so that I don't spoil anyone who doesn't want to be spoiled. AS USUAL,  A DISCLAIMER: I do not mean to hype these books so much as I think one should go into fantasy books with low-med expectations 🙂

If you Liked this, then you might Like this | The Great Kingdom by Dave J. Williams Book Excerpt

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"If you Liked this, then you might Like this" is a new segment that I am doing on my blog. I have been doing something similar on my book reviews but those are more general recommendations and were something that I recommended based on a very vague criteria. I only ever added them at the end of the reviews, which a lot of people may not really seem to notice sometimes and might be considered as an afterthought. In this edition, I'm actually going to be explaining why I recommended a certain book based on another book.

All of these book pairs can be considered recommendations in a vice-versa situation.

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