It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a bookworm despises the movie or television tie-in versions of a book. Or, at least, that’s the impression. However, I am here today to shout of some books that actually didn’t do that bad.
Writers put a lot of time into crafting that very first line. The hook. The few words that will keep you reading. So, let’s look at 1 books with great first lines!
Who doesn’t love a good last line in a book? It’s the finale, the last few words before that story ends forever. I love last lines, so here’s some of my favourites.
Who can avoid a book that seamlessly incorporates history? Not us! Folks, I actually learn things when I read Kristin Hannah books. I hope she writes more!
There are people out there in the world who will tell you that in order to call yourself a Bookworm or to participate in the book community, you need to meet a certain criteria. I am here today, dear reader, to tell you none of the bookish “things” people say matter. So much so, I am going to take the time right now to list tell you it’s okay to do [insert “thing” here]. Alright? Cool. Let’s get at it.
If you are looking for some more books in the fiction genre, here are 9 that you are unlikely to see on bookstagram, #BooktTwitter or Booktok!
If you have aspirations of writing your own romance novel, here are some creative scene, plot, and dialogue prompts to get you started!
It’s time you read more regency romance! Still not convinced? Here are five reasons why you should start now.
If you like books that deal with choices, regret, and the afterlife, this is a good book for you. I love reading different and unique takes on what happens when we die, or almost die like Nora Seed. Take a look at my review for this Goodreads Choice 2020 Winner for Fiction.
Amber and I came across a new app called Likewise. Have you heard of it? It allows you to give and receive book recommendations. Read our blog for the full review of this new app!