Book Recommendations

Welcome to Book Recommendations! This is a blog for people to submit what they recommend!I will be submitting my own recs but really hope to get submissions.

Recommend anything you've liked! Even if you've just started it or are in the middle and are excited and want to shout it out - Recommend! All I need is the title and author, and if you want, tags. I'll find the pic for it and post it.

I will post everything submitted, even if someone else submitted it earlier.

I've started a TAG OF THE DAY! (Sept 1, 2014) I'll give a suggested tag to help inspire people to submit recommendations.

Books that are recommended will be listed with who rec'd them, whether it's a tumblr user or anon.

I will also reblog other people's posts on books to spread the recs.

Thanks for stopping by and send me your recs!

Tag of the day archive   Ask me anything   Submit here

xwayward-daughterx said: I have a friend who's husband is in the hospital out of town and she spends a lot of time there with him. She asked me for a recommendation but I need help. She's looking for something happy/funny, no one dies or is sick, and maybe lovey dovey. If it happens to be a series that would be a bonus. Thanks so much.

For this  I have to ask followers to help out. It’s hard to think of something where no one dies or is sick. One series came to mind, it was a happy/funny series that starts with “All Creatures Great and Small” by James Herriot, and it’s been awhile since I read it. But it’s about a vet who takes care of sick animals, (usually with a happy ending) so never mind.

Anyone have suggestions?

If so please submit here with the tags happy or funny

highschool-bore said: Im 17 yrs old but want to break out of the teen fiction novels like Eleanor and Park and The Selection Series. Im trying to read The Tipping Point and Invisible Monsters by Chuck Palahniuck but I become uninterested... Do you have any recommendations?

I’m going to recommend Christopher Pike because his stories are suspenseful, thrilling, sometimes horror, have plot twists, if you like that sort of thing. So many of his books are good, Chain letter, Remember me, The Midnight Club, Weekend, Slumber Party…and so much more, take a look at his page!

Tag of the day: Angels

My rec: Archangel by Sharon Shinn

Please recommend books with angels! 

Submit Here

Tag of the Day: Genetics

My recommendation: Perfect People by Peter James

Want to submit a recommendation? 

Please do!

Tag of the day: TV Series

My recommendation: Pathways by Jeri Taylor

Tag of the day: horror

My rec: Darkness Wakes by Tim Waggoner.

Want to submit a recommendation? 

Please do!

sinkingwalls said: Can you please help me find some new ya fantasy books? I've recently read ruby red, City of Bones and Divergent and I'm looking for something similar to that. Thank you. :)

Hi there!  I will recommend some current ones plus a few I read when I was in my teens.


The Giver by Lois Lowry 

Across the Universe by Beth Revis 

Matched by Ally Condie 

Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer

A Long, Long Sleep by Anna Sheehan 

The Declaration by Gemma Malley

The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness


Immortal City by Scott Speer

Fallen Angel by  Heather Terrell

The Curse of the Blue Figurine by John Bellairs

Hemlock Grove by Brian McGreevy

The Boy that Reversed Himself by William Sleator

Remember Me by Christopher Pike

The Neverending Story by Michael Ende

Orphans of Chaos by John C. Wright

667 Followers! TAG OF THE DAY!

Haha somehow I just missed seeing my 666 followers mark!

Thanks everyone!

I want to remind everyone the reason I made this blog is because I’m hoping to get YOUR recommendations to share with my followers! Just read a book and it’s pretty good? Put the title and author into my submit and I’ll find a pic & post it! Thinking of a book you read last year that others should read? SUBMIT! THANKS!

So, I’ve decided to have a DAILY TAG to help encourage people to submit! Submit a book you’ve read and enjoyed that inspires that tag! MISSED A CERTAIN DAY? FEEL FREE TO SUBMIT ON ANY TAG - DAYS, WEEKS, MONTHS or YEARS LATER! 

Of course, submit anything, you don’t have to match my tag of the day! THANK YOU! - if you want to match the tag, mention the tag in your post :)

TODAY’S TAG OF THE DAY (SEPT 1, 2014 - First one!) “re-read” submit anything you’ve read at least twice! Here’s mine: 

Reblogged from magic-in-every-book


Historical Fiction 
Stories that focus on the past and it’s prominent events, people, and ideas while remaining fictional. 

Reblogged from harpercollinschildrens

Books Kids Can Escape With.



At every age, people look to books to take them on journeys and into worlds that we may not have access to. That’s why we think escapism is one of the best #ReasonsToRead! Here are a few books that will take your kids to places:

The Bridge to Terabithia by Katherin Paterson


Ages: 8 - 12

Paterson’s classic story beauitfully illustrates the real life issues of friendship and loss through the lenses of imagination and escape. 

Paddington by Michael Bond


Ages: 4 - 8

Traveling to the streets of London has never been so easy, or fun, than with lovable and earnest, Paddington.

Fancy Nancy: Nancy Clancy: Secret of the Silver Key by Jane O’Connor


Ages: 6 - 10

Oh, the mystery of a key without a lock! You child will slip right into the story as Nancy tries discover where the key belongs and what it will open.

The Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates #1: Marks the Spot by Caroline Carlson


Ages: 8 - 12

Pirates! Magic! Treasure! A gargoyle? This hilariously, witty novel is what Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events might have looked like set on the high seas!

The Mouse and the Motorcycle by Beverly Cleary


Ages: 8 - 12

The title says it all! Who doesn’t want to run off with a mouse on a tiny motorcycle? 

The Copernicus Legacy #1: The Forbidden Stone by Tony Abbott


Ages: 8 - 12

We’ll let the critics speak for this one: With engaging characters, a globe-trotting plot and dangerous villains, it is hard to find something not to like. Equal parts edge-of-your-seat suspense and heartfelt coming-of-age.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

Reblogged from book--quotes

theprincessjoe said: Can you recommend some good books? Any kind. I read it all.


Sure! I’ll break it up into Adult/YA.

The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien
High Fidelity/Fever Pitch by Nick Hornby—both have movie adaptations
"The Birds" by Daphne du Maurier
"Bloodchild" by Octavia Butler
The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. LeGuin
Regeneration by Pat Barker
Anything by Junot Diaz
Ray Carver’s short stories: “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love,” “Are These Actual Miles?,” “Cathedral,” “The Bath”/”A Small Good Thing”—the same story before/after Gordon Lisch edited it
"Hills Like White Elephants" by Ernest Hemingway
"Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?" by Joyce Carol Oats
"A Good Man is Hard to Find" by Flannery O’Conner
And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
The Five People You Meet in Heaven/Tuesdays with Maury/The Last Phone Call From Heaven by Mitch Albom

YA: Contemporary
Anything by Sarah Dessen
Jennifer E. Smith’s, The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight, The Geography of You and Me, and This is What Happy Looks Like 
Smart Girls Get What They Want 
by Sarah Strohmeyer (takes place in Boston!!)
One Moment by Kristina McBride
Drowning Instinct by Ilsa J. Bick
The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder
13 Little Blue Envelopes/The Last Little Blue Envelope by Maureen Johnson
Rival by Sara Bennett Wealer
The Beginning of After by Jennifer Castle
Our Song by Jordanna Fraiberg 
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
Mythos Academy series by Jennifer E. Step
Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins
The Need series by Carrie Jones
The Devouring series by Simon Holt
The Iron Fey series/The Immortal Rules series by Julie Kagawa
The Demon Trappers Daughter by Jana Oliver
Strange Angel Series by Lili St. Crow
The Replacement by Brenna Yovanoff
Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi
The Mara Dyer trilogy by Michelle Hodkin
The Masque of Red Death/Dance of Red Death by Bethany Griffin—a Poe retelling
The Water Wars by Cameron Stracher
The Slated series by Teri Terry
Article 5 by Kristen Simmons
The Testing trilogy by Joelle Charbonneau
Landry Park by Bethany Hagan 
The Uninvited by Sophie Jordan
Fire & Flood by Victoria Scott

Erm, so I kinda got a little carried away, but I hope you find something you like! xx

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Book Photo Challenge Day 20 - Book Recommendation 
Normally I recommend science fiction or comics, but I love a good mystery and Tana French’s Faithful Place is one of my favorites.


Book Photo Challenge Day 20 - Book Recommendation 

Normally I recommend science fiction or comics, but I love a good mystery and Tana French’s Faithful Place is one of my favorites.