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Book Matters ~ Fiction Recommendations

Floss and I used “One Book” as a prompt on Food for Thought a while ago. It was a popular week. Bloggers love books and sharing those they like best with others.

Fiction Recommendations

This week I want to hear all about your favourite fiction choices. All kinds of stories. Erotic, horror, thrillers. Maybe you are like me and love a classic novel. Whatever genre, lets hear about them.

How you share your recommendations is entirely up to you. Perhaps a post listing 10 books you could not do without and why. Or simply your top three fiction books and a synopses of each one’s story.

Rules

If you yourself have written a book then please include that too. With a link to where we can all buy it. Do a little promotion.

Share any fiction as long as it is still available in print or online to read.

Older posts are welcome. You can also link more than once

We will be covering non-fiction, children’s books and poetry in the coming weeks. So don’t include those yet.

If you do not have a blog I would be happy to host your post. And remember if you link up please check out some of the other bloggers in the meme.

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5 thoughts on “Book Matters ~ Fiction Recommendations”

  1. Perhaps I should talk about books I will never forget reading? Proust, Jane Austen”s “Persuasion”, Balzac’s “Lost Illusions”, Dickens’s “Our Mutual Friend”, forgotten novelists like Nigel Balchin and John Wain, Nabokov’s “Pale Fire” or “Pnin”, Iain M.Banks “Use of Weapons”, Elizabeth Sprout’s “Olive Kitteridge”, Sally Rooney’s “Normal People”…oh God, outstayed my welcome! “Rosewater”, Nigerian Sci-Fi! 🙂 x

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