Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Books That Need More Attention Blog Hop Giveaway

Today, Waves of Fiction is excited to join Stuck In Books Blog Hop for Books That Need More Attention.

I'd like to spotlight a few novels that have been keeping my attention this year that are in the chick-lit, woman's fiction, smart girl books category. I'd like to see this genre make a comeback now that paranormal and erotic novels have had plenty of limelight in the past few years. 

The books I've truly enjoyed are the following:
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40 comments:

  1. The Hurog Duology by Patricia Briggs :) thanks for sharing!

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  2. Thanks for the giveaway! Die For Me by Amy Plum.

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  3. Zenn Scarlett by Christian Schoon!

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  4. Boys Like You by Juliana Stone. Thank you!

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  5. Addicted to You series! Thanks!

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  6. Anything by Michelle Holman, Clodagh Murphy, Eden Butler, and so many more!

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  7. I Love You to Death by Natalie Ward

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  8. When You Are Mine & Loving You Always by Kennedy Ryan

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  9. The Ripper series by Amy Carol Reeves.

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  10. I think the book Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children needs more attention :)

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  11. I'd say Knotted by Michelle Holman could use more attention.

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  12. The Broken Kingdoms and The Kingdom of Gods by N. K. Jemisin

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  13. I wish Girl Overboard by Justina Chen would get more attention. It's a great YA contemporary.

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  14. Talk Before Sleep by Elizabeth Berg! :)

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  15. It's not really a book, it's a series of books. Their called the "Protector" series by Teresa Gabelman. It's an adult paranormal set, and absolutely wonderful!

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  16. Kelsey Ketch's books are really good. Of Jeff Gunhus' novels perhaps...among others...

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  17. The Great Lenore by JM Tohline.

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!

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  18. The Green Futures of Tycho by William Sleator :) It was one of my first science fiction books that I read as a kid and it blew my mind. It’s about the downside to messing with time travel :)

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  19. I think the Vampires in America series by DB Reynolds needs more love! It is fantastic!

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  20. If I Lie by Corrine Jackson, amazing read.
    Thanks for a giveaway!

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  21. Appointments with Heaven -- it's an awesome book.
    Dede

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  22. Sweet,Texas Series by Candis Terry - really amazing series! :)
    Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  23. I loved Creep and its sequel Freak by Jennifer Hillier.
    Thanks :)

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  24. I really enjoyed The Keepers by Donna Augustine :) Thank you for participating in this fun hop.

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  25. Teeth by Hannah Moskowitz. Thank you for the giveaway, enjoy your day! :)

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  26. Witchlanders by Lena Coakley!

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  27. Boys Like You by Juliana Stone

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  28. Juliet Marillier book, they are amazing

    and I love, me before you, it is beautiful, make laugh and cry, amazing read

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  29. I would say Tammy Blackwell's Destiny Binds.

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  30. Any books by Richard Yates should receive more attention even though they're older books. They're all really good!

    Thanks for the chance to win :)

    -Amber Terry-

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  31. Five Days Left by Julie Lawson Timmer

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  32. (Alisha Sienkiel in rafflecopter)

    I really enjoyed The Mark of the Hummingbird (Hummingbird #1)
    by Jessica Gollub

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  33. Between Shades of Gray--a truly amazing, moving book.

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  34. The Prophesized series. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Ann S

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  35. I'd like to see more attention for Suzanne Johnson's Sentinels of New Orleans books.

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