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Recommending books to ya’ll (announcement)

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Hey people, elves, demigods, wizards, witches, and all! Hope you’re doin’ well. 🌻
So recently I’ve seen a few people do this thing where they dedicate songs to their followers, and I’ve wanted to do it ever since I first saw this pop up. πŸ™ƒ
BUUUT I also happen to know how hard it is, since I helped Nehal dedicate songs for a few people. And I only have about 120 songs in my playlist. So. Not happening. At least for now. But what I AM going to do is recommend BOOKS to you guys! Not exactly dedicating, but stick with me here.


I want you guys to leave a comment with the genre you like reading, and a few of your favourite books from that genre. Then in a couple weeks or so, I’ll recommend one or two books to you based on that comment. Sound good? 😜

I think I’ll have a MUCH easier time with this, since y’know, books are kinda my thing and all, and music is more recent.

I hope you like the idea; I did think of it myself, but other people have probably done it before. πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ

Anyway, I don’t want to keep rambling on, and if I don’t just start editing this post right now, I’m sure I will. I’ll see you in a couple days! Have a great day or night of reading, coffee, annnnnnd me! Yeah nope that was kind of cringe. Guess I don’t have a new outro after all

37 thoughts on “Recommending books to ya’ll (announcement)

  1. Thriller and mystery- AGGGTM, into the water, the girl on the train, One of us is lyingand One Of Us Is Next
    Historical fiction- The Book Thief, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, The palace of illusions and The forest of enchantments

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  2. Oh! This is so cool! The problem, however, seems to be I have no clue what book genre I read… oh well, I’ll try!

    Realistic Fiction: The Henna Wars, Hazel Bly and The Deep Blue Sea, Forget-Me-Not
    Fantasy: SoC, Aru Shah series (fantasy? Ithinkso), Tiger Lily (doesthatcount? I mean it’s fairies…)

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      1. Yes! It’s such a good book series!
        Noo, I want to… I get pretty much all my books at the library, and the LIBRARY DOESN’T HAVE IT… urgh. I am trying to get it though…

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  3. Why the hell is no one talking about YA and Contemporary?!!
    I will. I won’t abandon them.
    I, PANNAGA, THE MOST WONDERFUL, GREAT, YA & CONTEMPORARY BOOKS LOVER, AM RECOMMENDING,
    This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen
    Once and For All by Sarah Dessen
    And this one’s dystopian,
    The Giver quartet.
    And yeah, watch Run BTS ppl. It’s awesome (I don’t even know why I mentioned BTS hereπŸ™‚)

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  4. Mystery: Sherlock Holmes, The Scarlet Pimpernel
    Fantasy: Percy Jackson, Heroes of Olympus, Trials of Apollo, Harry Potter
    Romance: Tell Me Three Things (also sort of mystery), Pride and Prejudice, The Fairest Beauty, The Princess Spy, The Huntress of Thornback Forest, The Captive Maiden, and The Silent Song Bird
    Wonderful idea! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  5. This is such a cool concept, Rayyy
    Fantasy, Sci-fi and those random little self help books, and just random miscellaneous ones (genres)
    Six of Crows, Fangirl, Carry On series, Nevermoor series, Cassandra Clare novels, literally any Rick Riordan books, Lean In, Born A Crime, Gun Island, The Hunger Games, etc etc etc (books)
    Good luck!!

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  6. Aaahhh, it’s so hard to just pick one genre!!! I read just about everything as long as it doesn’t have content in it that makes me uncomfortable. (Religious reasons and stuff like that. πŸ˜‰ ) Anyway, I think I’m just gonna go with fantasy because even though it’s not technically my fav genre, more of my favorite books are in that genre. Er… I’m weird. XD
    Favorite books
    ~The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen
    ~Fawkes by Nadine Brandes
    ~The Traitor’s Game series by Jennifer A. Nielsen
    ~The Scourge by Jennifer A. Nielsen (what, I love this author!!!)
    ~Lord of the Rings
    ~The Broken Prince by Kara Linaburg
    ~Keeper of the Lost Cities (only read the first book, but it was good!)
    I should probably stop but I could keep going.

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  7. You seem to have read and disliked my very favorite books already. However, I say I particularly like adventure novels, ones which I don’t consider too dark. I remember enjoying the Will Wilder series by Raymond Arroyo, but it’s difficult to decide which books I actually liked the best.

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