It’s Tuesday, and that means it’s Top Ten Tuesday! Top Ten Tuesday used to be hosted over on The Broke and the Bookish but moved over to That Artsy Reader Girl. As described on The Artsy Reader Girl’s blog, “It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.” This description is right up my alley, and I hope you all enjoy this tag as much as I do!
It’s the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, and Top Ten Tuesday’s prompt is Thankful Freebie! Today with the thankful freebie prompt I decided to write a post on the books that I’m grateful for!
- The Realm of Possibility by David Levithan
- This book saved my life, and I’m so thankful that my best friend forced me to read it.
- Quiet Girl in a Noisy World by Debbie Tung
- I’m so thankful that I found this book. It really describes how I go throughout my life as an INFJ. It’s insightful and beautiful. It should be required reading for extroverts.
- The Dare by Harley Laroux
- This little novella is fascinating. It’s an erotica that isn’t for the faint of heart, and I love that it didn’t pull punches. The best part was the consent present, and I loved that safewords were established. I’m thankful that this novella scratched all my itches and was able to do it in a way that consent was consistently present.
- Desperate Measures by Katee Robert
- I love reading dark romances, but I always struggle with the consent issues that are generally present. I am thankful that this book was able to portray the BDSM lifestyle in a way that didn’t describe it as abuse.
- Get A Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert
- This book has everything I love in a book. I have yet to be able to put into words how I feel about this book. It’s beautiful and magical in ways I cannot express at the moment. I am so thankful that this book exists.
- Humans of New York: Stories by Brandon Stanton
- I am thankful for this book because it helps give us a look at other people’s lives. It shows us that we’re not alone in our experiences.
So there you have it! Here are the books I’m thankful for! What are some of the books you’re grateful for?