Top 5 Wednesday: Books I’m Thankful For

This week’s Top 5 Wednesday, hosted by the Good Reads group, is: Books You’re Thankful For. I’m going to stick with books that I’ve read this year only.


1.  Now That You Mention It by Kristan Higgins. Some books you read at the perfect moment and this was one of them. This was exactly what I needed at the time I read it.


2. Making Faces by Amy Harmon. This is the book that introduced me to Amy Harmon, so I will always be thankful for it. It’s beautiful and emotional and I loved it. It also is a mainstream book that did not portray people of faith as hypocrites or psychos.


3. Now You See Me (Lacey Flint #1) by SJ Bolton (aka: Sharon Bolton). This is the book that introduced me to Sharon Bolton who has become one of my favorite authors and the Lacey Flint series has become one of my favorite series of all time.


4. The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter. This is the book that brought Karin Slaughter to town so I could finally meet her! She is another of my favorites.


5. The Secret (DS Imogen Grey #2) by Katerina Diamond. Another new favorite series discovered this year. This book was just so entertaining and I didn’t want to stop reading it.

What books are you thankful for?

16 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday: Books I’m Thankful For

  1. Love this post!! I am thankful for both KH’s books I read this year. They stuck with me, and most books don’t. I will always remember when I read On Second Thought, because I took it with me on our Disney vacation. It will hold a special place in my heart now. I also remember when I read Making Faces. Only the really amazing books leave that kind of impression on me!

  2. The Good Daughter!!! I’m going to be reading that one really soon, and seeing it on this list gives me A LOT of hope!!! Expectations are sky high now. 😀 One book I’m really thankful for is Crime & Punishment. I’ll never forget how amazing that book was as a reading experience. So. Much. Depth! Awesome list, Stephanie!! 😉

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