Books I Recommend You Read [September]

Monday, September 30, 2019

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Another month of enjoyable reads.  I got my hands on some real good ones at my local library this time. Check them out!  Click the image to purchase each book from Amazon! 


The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald
This was a very great book but very emotional. Olivia is found dead after falling off a bridge. Her mother is doing everything she can to figure out what happened. When it comes out that Olivia is pregnant and can't be taken off life support until she gives birth, her mom is on a mission to track down the father AND who killed Olivia. 

The Perfect Girlfriend by Karen Hamilton

The woman this book is about is for sure grade a cray cray but it's a very entertaining read.  Basically the main character is playing an elaborate game with the man she wants, stopping at NOTHING to make him hers. 

The Little Winter Book of Gnomes  by Kirsten Sevig
This is the cutest book ever and is perfect for the upcoming holiday season.  The author uses Nordic folktales to illustrated these adorable gnomes doing playful fun activities.  This is a great book to read to kids or to look through when you need a little magic in your own life. 

Who Said That? By Owen Frank
Talk about an awesome book for passing the time...this book really quizzes you on who REALLY said some famous quotes we all know of.  This is great for a group of friends or coworkers and it really is a good challenge.  They have quotes from everyone from Justin Bieber to Aristotle.  I seriously love browsing this book.  

Someone We Know by Shari Lapena
This book was amazingggggggg!!! I could hardly put it down. A neighborhood is haunted by a murder, break-ins, and some affairs. But the way they come together is insane and throughout the book you'll be suspicious of everyone.  

Find Your Glow, Feed Your Soul by Emily Silva
Okay not only is this book amazingly beautiful but it goes through a-z information about self-care like how to be more grateful on a daily basis and valuing and prioritizing your alone time.  This is a great book to keep on your nightstand and read again and again to remind you how important YOU are and why self-care is SO crucial to use as human beings.  Emily Silva did a wonderful job and even I learned some new ideas! 

A Stranger on the Beach by Michelle Campbell
This was an eerie but interesting read.  As it unfolds you try to figure out who the real crazy person is.  A creepy stalkers, a husband that is apparently cheating, or a wife that is playing both sides. Juicy till the last page!

The Power of Vital Force by Rajshree Patel 
This book put A LOT of things into perspective for me! This book discusses the energy that impacts us and moves us towards our best self and best life.  But it also has tools that help give back that power and really opened up my mind.  I seriously love the deep wisdom offered by the author and shall treasure it forever! 

What have you read lately? 

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing these books with us.


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