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Life According to Steph

2017 posts:
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October

2016 posts:
JanuaryFebruaryMarch, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

2015 posts:
 JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovember,
December
Show Us Your Books! - Best of 2015

2014 posts:
What I Read This Summer
SeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember


Goodreads:
Follow me on Goodreads to see what I'm reading but if you want to talk books, email me at lifeaccordingtosteph@gmail.com. I don't check my Goodreads messages often!


Other Book Posts:
My Good Friends: Books for some of my all-time favorites.
We All Read Different Books
My Favorite Classic Novels

Standing Recommendations...

Shotgun Lovesongs by Nickolas Butler - I really loved this book and can't explain why. Beautifully written, so that's surely a part of it. A stellar title, that's part of it too. But I think most of it is just falling into its rhythm and rocking in its cadence.

A Hundred Summers by Beatriz Williams - I loved this book. A must read on the beach for summer 2013.

Tigers in Red Weather by Liza Klaussmann 

Rules of Civility by Amor Towles 

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn - I loved this book, even the ending, which I know a lot of people hated. I think it fit the story.

The Dublin Murder Squad books 1-4 by Tana French - I liked them all. Now five is out and I liked that too.

Domestic Violets by Matthew Norman - A good read. I enjoyed the writing a lot.

Mystery/thriller series:
  • Fina Ludlow books by Ingrid Thoft
  • Sue Grafton Kinsey Millhone Mystery Series AKA the Alphabet Books (A is for ... to W is for...)
  • John Sanford Virgil Flowers series
  • Jonathan Kellerman Alex Delaware novels: the last five have been blah, but the early ones are good.
  • Lawrence Sanders: the Archy McNally books
  • Charlaine Harris: the Harper Connelly books
  • Janet Evanovich: the Stephanie Plum novels


18 comments:

  1. I just found your blog via ElleNoel, and lets just say....I'm in love. I am always looking for a good read...and fellow book nerds Halleluhia....how do you even spell that?!
    Someday when I find someone tech savy enough to re-vamp my blog I will def be adding a good reads section!!

    Thanks!

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  2. I found your blog somehow -- can't remember which Internet rabbit hole I went down to get here! lol -- and am so glad I did. I'm an avid reader, too, and am always looking for book recommendations! I'm going to look at all these books right now. :)

    ~Candice from Lattes and Lists

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  3. Books all the way. I never plan to own an e-reader. Looking some of these up!

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  4. I spent the last year exclusively reading memoirs, whilst occasionally stumbling on an interesting blog. To increase your enlightenment of the karmic nature of the universe, I humbly yet passionately suggest you start with Keith Richards - "Life". Loyalty, family and devotion to craft reign supreme. Next, Julia Child's - "My Life in Paris". An adventuresome spirit, a soul mate, an expanded world and devotion to craft are both fascinating and motivating. Then, Pat Conroy, whom you quote, - "My Reading Life". A scarring childhood and a devotion to the craft of writing that will cause you to never to read or write the same
    --Alan

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    1. Thanks for the great recommendations Alan! I've never read any of those. They all sound really interesting.

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  5. Found your blog via The Kay Times, and I love your book recommendations. I'm specifically looking to sink into The Night Circus!

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  7. Rules of Civility has been one of my favorite reads for a while now. If you are looking for similar books like that, I have tons of suggestions!

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  8. I am really into the Robin Cook medical thriller/mysteries, especially the series of Laurie Montgomery and Jack Stapleton, both medical examiners an NYC morgue. Very gripping 3/4 way into the book so hard to put down since you want to find out what happens next...he's THAT kind of author. I call them my "cookbooks."

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    1. Hi Terri! I'd reply by email but I don't have yours.

      I will have to look into Robin Cook!

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