Book Review Poll!

I’ve been building up my giant stack of books lately and I think I have a decent amount to start doing reviews. The books I have are a mix of books that have been out, some that were just released, and some that aren’t even published yet! I figured I would leave it up to you guys to decide what you want me to start with. Make sure you comment what book sounds the most interesting to you and follow me on GoodReads to see all the books I’m dying to read!

  • Trouble is a Friend of Mine by Stephanie Tromly (Published August 2015): “Preparing to survive a typical day of being Digby’s friend wasn’t that different from prepping to survive the apocalypse.”
  • Truly Madly Famously by Rebecca Serle (Published October 2015): “After being plucked from obscurity, Hollywood’s newest starlet, Paige Townsen, has a hit film to her name and Rainer Devon on her arm.”
  • Love x Style x Life by Garance Dore (Published September 2015): “I’ve been sharing my thoughts on life, love, and style for almost ten years now, which makes me: 1. A complete over-sharer, 2. A pretty seasoned opinion-giver, 3. Well, it should have made me super stylish.”
  • Hands Free Life: Nine Habits for Overcoming Distraction, Living Better, and Loving More by Rachel Macy Stafford (Published 2015): “We all yearn to look back to find we lived a life of significance.”
  • Wildflower by Drew Barrymore (Published October 27, 2015): “Wildflower is a portrait of Drew’s life in stories as she looks back on her adventures, challenges, and incredible experiences of her earlier years.”
  • Bliss: A Novel By Shay Mitchell & Michaela Blaney (Published 2015): “Life is not a dress rehearsal.”
  • Almost Famous Women: Stories by Megan Mayhew Bergman (Published 2015): “The fascinating characters in Almost Famous Women are defined by their creative impulses, fierce independence, and sometimes reckless decisions.”
  • Food: A Love Story by Jim Gaffigan (Published 2014): “Have you ever finished a meal that tasted horrible but you didn’t notice until the very last bite?”
  • Days of Awe: A Novel by Lauren Fox (Published 2015): “Only a year ago Isabel Moore was married, the object of adoration for her ten-year-old daughter, and thought she knew everything about her wild, extravagant, beloved best friend Josie.”
  • The Look of Love by Sarah Jio (Published November 2014): “Born during a Christmas blizzard, Jane Williams receives a rare gift: the ability to literally see true love.”
  • Love and Miss Communication: A Novel by Elyssa Friedland (Published May 2015): “Evie Rosen has had enough.”
  • You First: Journal Your Way to Your Best Life by Lea Michele (Published 2015): “‘You First’ is about respecting and understanding what you really want-and then going out to achieve it.”
  • The Perfect Comeback of Caroline Jacobs by Matthew Dicks (Published September 8, 2015): “Caroline Jacobs is a wimp.”
  • Really Professional Internet Person by Jenn McAllister (Published August 25, 2015): “Brimming with honesty, heart, and Jenn’s patented sense of humor, Really Professional Internet Person features top ten lists, photos, screenshots, social media posts, and never-before-posted stories chronicling Jenn’s journey from an anxious middle schooler just trying to fit in to a YouTube sensation unafraid to stand out.”
  • A Night In With Audrey Hepburn by Lucy Holliday (To be published January 26, 2016): “Unlucky in love, failed actress Libby Lomax has retreated into the world of classic movies, where the immortal lives of the screen goddesses offer so much more in the way of romance than her own life.”
  • The Next Best Thing by Jennifer Weiner (Published 2012): “Actors aren’t the only ones trying to make it in Hollywood…”
  • Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews (Published 2012): “This is the funniest book you’ll ever read about death.”
  • Since You’ve Been Gone: A Novel by Morgan Matson (Published 2014): “It was Sloane who yanked Emily out of her shell and made life 100% interesting.”
  • The Paris Wife: A Novel by Paula McLain (Published 2011): “Chicago, 1920: Hadley Richardson is a quiet twenty-eight-year-old who has all but given up on love and happiness-until she meets Ernest Hemingway.”
  • Insurgent by Veronica Roth (Published 2012): “A choice becomes a sacrifice, a sacrifice becomes a loss, a loss becomes a burden, a burden becomes a battle.”
  • The Moon and More by Sarah Dessen (Published 2013): “Luke is the perfect boyfriend: handsome, kind, fun.”
  • Swim: An eShort Story by Jennifer Weiner (Published 2006) “It’s always interesting to me, the way life imitates and intersects with art.”
  • Leave Your Mark: Land Your Dream Job. Kill It In Your Career. Rock Social Media by Aliza Licht (Published 2015): “‘Who wore it better?’ flashed across my computer screen.”
  • My Paris Dream: An Education in Style, Slang, and Seduction in the Great City on the Seine by Kate Betts (Published 2015) “In the summer of 1982 I discovered Paris for the first time.”

Make sure you vote on what book you want to see!


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