Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by thatartsyreadergirl with a new topic every week.
June 8: Books I Loved that Made Me Want More Books Like Them (The wording is weird here, so if you have a better way to say this, please let me know! What I’m thinking is… you read a book and immediately wanted more just like it, perhaps in the same genre, about the same topic or theme, by the same author, etc. For example, I once read a medical romance and then went to find more because it was so good. The same thing happened to me with pirate historical romances and romantic suspense.)
Some of my reasons might not make sense, but I will be trying.
I think it’s fantastic that Ally didn’t forget her friends after becoming rich, and she still did every day, like going to work.
Whenever I learn that a character is a blogger, I get excited automatically. Plus, this novel talks about dyslexia which makes my heart happy.
I might be weird, but I like to learn actual medical conditions in books because I have an idea of what it like if I meet a person with the same condition in real life.
If you like books with emails in them like me, here is another one you can check out!
Molly Miranda: Thief for Hire by Jillianne Hamilton is like a Robin Hood retelling.
Books like Full Disclosure by Camryn Garrett create awareness about AIDS and HIV; it wiped many lives and can still kill without medication.
Long-distance relationship type thing, and I guess my reason is I know how beautiful and ugly they can be.
Great books by Maltese authors; we are small, so there isn’t much of a book market, but a good book still deserves to sell just the same.
When gender rules made by society are twisted because, in my opinion, they shouldn’t be there in the first place.
A short one when it comes to pages but packed with detail.
Oh Gosh, that took me on such a ride, but I made it in the end 😊