Currently On My Kindle


Just started: The Goldfinch

Can’t seem to finish: Outlander: The Fiery Cross

Started and put down awhile ago: Life After Life

Just finished: The Cuckoo’s Calling

Next in line: The Yellow Birds

Other recent reads:

The Silent Wife

Me Before You (← one of my top favorites of the past year)

The Round House

Where’d You Go, Bernadette

What Alice Forgot

The Light Between Oceans

Dear Girls Above Me (silly)

Blackberry Winter

The Fault in Our Stars (the BEST book I’ve read in a long time)

Let’s Pretend This Never Happened

Gone Girl (total mind f@#k)

The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work (real life, y’know?)

Are You There, Vodka? It’s me, Chelsea (but not ME, Chelsea)

Fifty Shades Series (because, who didn’t?)

Outlander Series (the first 4 — 1, 2, 3, 4)

How To Love An American Man (ugh, did not like this one)

Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?

Gap Creek

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (or, as I like to call it: Extremely Boring and Incredibly Pretentious)

Hunger Games Series (duh)

The Murderer’s Daughters

The Pilot’s Wife (note: don’t start reading this while on a plane ← bad move on my part)

The Violets of March

Cutting for Stone (I didn’t love this one like everyone else seems to.)

Bossypants (read immediately if you haven’t already.  Also, it will make you laugh out loud, which is awkward if you’re reading it on public transit.)

Water for Elephants

The Help

Half Broke Horses

Medium Raw

The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake (omg HATED)

So, what are you reading?

PS: You can find me and my latest reads (occasionally) over on Goodreads.

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  1. Brittany

    I listened to Bossypants while driving back to WA from CA. I’m not usually one for books on tape, but it was amazing! I thought the Violets of March and Water for Elephants were pretty excellent as well.

    Not too long ago, I finished Girls of the Atomic City. It was interesting, but took me forever to get through. Some non-fiction, no matter the narrative, is just too packed with information to process that much at once. I just started the Book Thief. My initial impressions are somewhat mixed, but it’s a quick read so far.

    1. chelseagofor30 Post author

      OMG Bossypants is so amazing, I can’t even deal. I’ve loved both of Sarah Jio’s books I’ve read so far — Blackberry Winter and The Violets of March. (Although, is it me, or do the titles make you feel like you’re reading some awful supermarket paperback?)

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