Can Anybody Find Me… A Book to Love?

I love reading, but I can never really find great books to read. It’s such a struggle for me and it’s probably going to be the reason why I end up writing my own novels one day. I am going to write something that I personally would love to read. I think a book should have it’s readers hooked right from the very beginning. So here I ask of you to recommend some of your favourite books. Here are mine:

  • Flowers in the Attic (Virginia Andrews). I read this when I was about 12 years old and it’s the book that started my love of reading and for that I am ever grateful. However, I do not recommend this book for anyone so young.
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  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (Mark Haddon). Read and thoroughly enjoyed.
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  • Twenties Girl (Sophie Kinsella). This book is laugh out loud funny chick lit, as a lot of Sophie Kinsella books are, but this is the first one that I came across and loved.
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  • 40 Rules of Love (Elif Safak). It’s more of a spiritual book than a love story, but I really enjoyed reading it.
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  • Elenor Oliphant it Completely fine (Gail Honeyman). It’s one of the few award winning books that I can agree is actually award worthy.
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  • Jane Eyre (Charlotte Bronte). As previously mentioned, my favourite classic.
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  • The Alchemist (Paul Coelho). Yes, since reading it again I have decided that it now makes it onto my favourites list and I look forward to reading it with my children one day.
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I promise to add to this list as I think of more.

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4 thoughts on “Can Anybody Find Me… A Book to Love?

    • turkishhousewife says:

      That’s actually really useful Ova thank you. I look forward to giving that a try and also some of the other books on your blog (I don’t have instagram). On days when I fantasize about being rich (everyone does sometimes right!?) the first thing I think about buying is books:) I can afford to buy books now… I guess that makes me one of the richest people in the world!

    • turkishhousewife says:

      You have to find a way to keep doing what you love! You are going to be a parent now until forever so prioritise your me time over housework at least. Trust me, you will get a lot more done if your can keep yourself happy x

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