All of them are special to me, in different ways.
If you haven't read Susan Cain's Quiet yet, enter to win it RIGHT NOW. Seriously. No matter what personality type you are, you NEED to read this. It will help you understand and use your own strengths if you're an introvert, and understand the wonder of those you may overlook if you're not.
Plus, it's just such an excellent read.
Rainbow Rowell is amazing and I am in love with every single one of her books.
But people talk so much about Fangirl and Eleanor and Park, let's add one of her other books in here. Plus, Attachments was just so, so perfectly hilarious and tragic and I am still not over the mess the male lead got himself in. I mean, he basically fell in love with the girl because he STALKS HER EMAILS.
Fairy tale retellings are a weakness of mine. And Kelly Oram's Cinder & Ella is so good, I FORGOT IT WAS RE-TELLING A FAIRY TALE.
First of all, Ella is a book blogger (!) and Cinder is her online friend. But Ella is also a scarred 18 year old and Cinder is movie star Brian Oliver who plays the male lead in the movie adaptation of Ella's favourite book.
Except Ella doesn't know that Cinder is Brian.
And Brian doesn't know that Ella is still alive.
In fact, for this book, let's include ANY book in the Lunar Chronicles series: including the just-released Fairest.
Villain backstory. You want it. I know you do.
If you've followed The Lizzie Bennet Diaries on YouTube, you need this companion novel.
If you haven't, then you need to check out The Lizzie Bennet Diaries on YouTube, AND enter to win its companion novel.
Either way, you need this novel in your life. Come on. More Darcy, more saucy Lizzie, more glimpses of the awesomeness that is the LBD's Lydia Bennet? Who can say no?
Jenny Han's To All the Boys I've Loved Before is a killer read. Every girl knows that The WORST thing to happen when you have a crush is for the crush to actually find out before you're ready.
So what if all your past crushes find out? At the same time? And you're still kind of crushing on one of them?
... Or is it really two?
Paper Towns topped my list of favourites in my just-ended Blog Hop. Now it's your chance to get your copy: before the movie comes out.
I love it for its message, its characters, and the reminder that people are seldom who you think they are. In fact, what you think people are is sometimes more telling about you than them.