Kindle Book Deals! | January 19th, 2020 {Gen The Bookworm Book Deals}

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Kindle Book Deals!

It’s a great day for some Kindle Book Deals! I have found that Sundays tend to have the best daily kindle deals and today was a goldmine. When I saw that two of my 5-star non-fiction favorites were deals of the day, I knew it was going to be a good one.

Burnout

She Said by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey and Burnout by Emily and Amelia Nagoski were both absolutely amazing and are books that have stuck with me long after finishing them.

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In addition, there are a bunch of great contemporary fiction reads that would make … Read more...

What’s On Your Nightstand? | Reading List & Book Recommendations {Stephanie}

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Holiday Happenings

Hi everyone! We are in the final countdown to the holidays and I am feeling it. The kids are definitely amped up and there is something so special about seeing this time of the year through their eyes. While I do love the festivities, the feelings holidays can bring up are mixed for me in many ways and I can’t say that I am not really looking forward to January in a lot of ways!

While I will be home with the kids during their school break(which as any parent knows isn’t exactly a “break”), I am looking … Read more...

What’s On Your Nightstand? Reading List & Book Recommendations {Caroline}

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Hello from the Depths of December!

Hi everyone! How is your week going? I can’t believe we are so close to the kid’s holiday school break, considering it feels like Thanksgiving break was just yesterday! We have been busy at work getting all our 2019 things tied up before we have almost two weeks off from school and this time of the year always feels like a race to the finish line.

We try to keep it low key with the holiday festivities but even so, it always feels like a lot. As much fun as this season is, the … Read more...

Lucas Shares HIS Book Recommendations! {Gen The Bookworm Guest Post}

Books Ideas for HIM…

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It’s that time of the year when people often are looking for recommendations on what books might be good to gift to a spouse, family member or close friend. I have received so many questions about what I might suggest buying for a husband, partner, boyfriend, dad or brother.

While I don’t like to generalize and everyone is different, I do find that what I like to read isn’t always what many of the male readers I know are interested in. So, if you are looking for some suggestions from some very different genres than … Read more...

“Get 3 for the Price of 2” Amazon Book Sale! |My Book Recommendations {Gen The Bookworm}

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“Get 3 for the Price of 2” Book Sale!

There are some amazing sales out there this weekend, including the “Get 3 for the Price of 2!” book deal over on Amazon! It is a great way to stock up on your winter TBR list, buy a gift for a friend or family member OR buy books that you loved this past year and want to add to your own collection!

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With hundreds of hard copy book suggestions to choose from, it can feel a little overwhelming! I am going to share some of my own recommendations as well as … Read more...

What’s On Your Nightstand? | Reading List & Book Recommendations {Julia}

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What’s On Your Nightstand?

Welcome to another edition of The Nightstand Series! Kristina got us kicked off again last week and today I have another book-loving friend sharing her reading list and book recommendations!

Today I am excited to introduce you to my friend Julia!

Julia and I met on #bookstagram and right away we connected over our love of the same books! When she started her own book feed, I was super excited to follow along! She has great taste in books and always has such thoughtful comments with her reading recaps.

I love that we have very similar … Read more...

What’s On Your Nightstand? | Reading List & Book Recommendations {Kristina}

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The Nightstand Series is back!!

After a little hiatus, I am so excited to bring back my book friends series, What’s On Your Nightstand? If you need a little refresher, each week I invite a book-loving friend to share their recent reading lists, including what they have recently read(and loved OR didn’t love!), what they are currently reading and what’s coming up next. In addition, we get to know them as readers and get small peek into their regular lives as well.

Today I am excited to introduce you to my friend Kristina!

Kristina and I met over our love … Read more...

June 18th New Book Releases | Happy Publication Day!

June 18th New Book Releases

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Happy Publication Day!

Are any of these books on your summer reading list? I am reading The Summer of ’69 right now and I am so enjoying Elin Hilderbrand’s first historical fiction novel, set in, you guessed it…1969! And how gorgeous is this cover?!

Elin Hilderbrand

The Summer of ’69 by Elin Hilderbrand

If you are looking for an engrossing beach read that delves into some important issues of the late 60s…

“Welcome to the most tumultuous summer of the twentieth century. It’s 1969, and for the Levin family, the times they are a-changing. Every year Read more...

Nine books from 2019 I have read & LOVED | 4.5/5 Star Book Reviews & Recommendations

Nine highly rated books from 2019

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Reflection & Book Ratings:

Now that we are almost half a year into 2019, it has been fun to reflect on my favorite books from these past 5 months. As an avid reader, so much of my reaction to books is based on my own perspective. What I love doesn’t always mean someone else will, but that is what makes reading so wonderful. We all react so differently to things because everyone has such a different and unique life experience.

When rating a book, 4.5 & 5-star books mean that I enjoyed them … Read more...

Reading Memories & My Favorite Books From The Past | Book Recommendations

Reading Memories: My Favorite Books From The Past

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Reading Memories:

Do you remember the books that you read when you got into reading as an adult? I read throughout elementary school and much of high school, but reading for pleasure mostly stopped for me while I was in college.

I had a harder time just keeping up the expected reading required of my courses, so I didn’t prioritize much reading for pleasure except a bit during the summer time. When I finished school and began a regular schedule of full time work, a much quieter evening life ensued…At this time … Read more...