Top Twelve Reads of 2016

As we are closely approaching the end of the year, I wanted to take a few moments to praise my favorite books of the year – which is incredibly difficult considering that I read more than 200 novels this year. There are so many novels and authors that I love, but I tried to wrap it up to my top 12 faves of the year (couldn’t choose just 10, lol)! Some of these are actually a series because I love the entire series and couldn’t choose just one of the novels 🙂 Follow links to my reviews if you missed them the 1st time!

The first 3 are my TOP 3, but the rest are not in any particular order 🙂 

 

1. Never Open Desert Diner, by James Anderson

diner

2. All the Ugly and Wonderful Things, by Bryn Greenwood

ugly

3. The Little Paris Bookshop, by Nina George

Little Paris

4. Everything You Want Me to Be, by Mindy Mejia 

everything

5. Ophelia’s War, by Alison McLennan 

ophelias war

6. A Thousand Yesteryears, by Mae Clair

1000 yesteryears

7. Lust, Money, & Murder series, by Mike Wells

lustmoneymurder

8. The Heart Trilogy, by Audrina Lane

where did your heart go

9. Broken Pieces series, by Kelly Moore

BrokenPieces

10. The Empty Room, by Sarah J. Clemens

empty-room

11. The Promise of Jesse Woods, by Chris Fabry

promise of jesse

12. Cupcakes series, by Bethany Lopez

cupcakes

 

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3 thoughts on “Top Twelve Reads of 2016

  1. Mae Clair says:

    You read over 200 books this year?!?!? OMG! I think I came in at around 80-some. You truly are a booklover!

    Which makes it an even greater honor to find A THOUSAND YESTERYEARS listed among your top 12 reads of 2016. Wow! I’m honored and humbled. Thank you!

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