BOOKENDINGSPRING19: Wishing I Could Read You For The First Time

Happy Tuesday everyone! ❤

Today’s Bookending Spring Prompt was supplied by Clo @ Book Dragons.

If you haven’t heard of this event, I suggest to take a look! It is a fun event created by Sam from fictionallysam.com & Clo from
bookdragons247.wordpress.com meant to bring the book community together!

So if you are a newbie book blogger (like me) or are looking for fun little prompts to add to your own blog, I highly recommend participating!





It’s no surprise that some of my all time favorites are part of this list. Many of you will get tired because they will probably come up often…maybe too often.

There are so many books that I wish I could read for the first time again. I would definitely go through the emotional turmoil; forgetting to eat….and forgoing sleep until I finished the book….

But I’m going to just give you 10 in no particular order because I don’t want you to think I’m playing favorites.



Vampire Academy Series by Rachelle mead



A Court of Thorns and Roses Series by Sarah J Maas



Hana To Akuma Series By Hisamu Oto



The Parasol Protectorate Series by Gail Carriger



Fall Away series by Penelope Douglas



Masquerade (Blue Bloods, #2) by Melissa De La Cruz



The Winter King by C.L Wilson



Tithe by Holly Black



Diary of a Submissive by Sophie Morgan



Hush Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick


What series/books do you wish you could read for the first time again? Let me know in the comments below or Link me to your post!

Jeimy


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I'm Jeimy. A newbie book blogger who enjoys Fantasy and Romance, World of Warcraft, and Black Coffee. Welcome to A Novel Idea! ♥

2 thoughts on “BOOKENDINGSPRING19: Wishing I Could Read You For The First Time

  1. OMG YES YES YES YES to ACOTAR AND HUSH HUSH! Patch Cipriano was my ultimate book boyfriend for the longest time (Literally the LONGEST) and I absolutely love that to this day every time I read the ACOTAR series I am still finding something new about it that I never saw before, so to go back and read it for the first time a re-live Feyre’s fight for the tool would be a 10/10 would recommend!

    GREAT POST JEIMY!

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