So recently I was quizzed by the lovely Liz over at LetsBookAboutIt, she asked me a series of questions in her "The Way You Make Me Feel" blog series, it was so much fun! Make sure to check out her blog! Liz asked me a series of questions relating to book recommendations, and we thought it would be fun to share the answers here too!

1. Nothing can get in your way! You’re unstoppable today! Read this…
The Big Lie by Julie Mayhew. Not only is the book genuinely unlike anything you have ever read, Julie is always a supporter of little acts of rebellion – and I think we could all stand to let out our rebellious side once in a while. (Check out my video review here!)
2. You’ve just gotten some bad news. You feel sad and gloomy. Try picking this up…
Can You Keep a Secret by Sophie Kinsella. I read this book years and years ago, but recently I was reminded by how much I loved this book. If it was a movie (I’m still holding out hope), this would be what you stick on the tv to watch with your girls, with chocolate. And wine.

3. If you’re looking for a quick book that will warm your heart, Sarah-Jane has the answer for you!
Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover. She’s the kind of author I love to binge read because her books are so addictive. I read Maybe Someday in one sitting, and it gave me all the feels. It was wonderful!
4. Have you been reading a lot of slower paced books? Are you completely over it? Try this page turner on for size!
Anything Rachel Vincent. Seriously. It’s true, I’d push any of her books but last year, Menagerie was one of my most favourite reads of the entire year. It’s dark, addictive, and thought provoking all at once. Set in the world of a dark carnival full of mythical creatures, it makes you question what it means to be human. I couldn’t put it down. (Menagerie features in my top books of 2015 video, which you can check out here)
5. Seeking a book with an unexpected twist? What about this book….
Hmmm. Well, the best twists are usually the ones you don’t see coming, which is why they are so difficult to recommend. With that being said, Colleen Hoover’s latest book It Ends With Us absolutely ticks this box. I’m saying no more. Except, read it.
Thank you so much Liz for the questions, they were a lot of fun!