Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite books of the year

It’s the last Top 5 Wednesday of the year! We’ve all read so many wonderful books this year, but there are those few titles that stand out as being our favorites. What would be those top five favorites for you? Share with us!

Top 5 Wednesday: Exceed your expectations

Have you picked up a book thinking “I think I’m going to like this, but it probably won’t become a favorite…” only for you to read it and absolutely love it? Well, let’s share about those books today! What are some books that exceeded your expectations this year or books that surprised you in how much you enjoyed them?

Top 5 Wednesday: Books you’re thankful for

We’ve all read those “unforgettable” stories where we know will never forget it no matter how many years have passed since we first read it. Or the stories that no matter how many times you’ve reread them, they still impact you just as strongly as the first time you read it. In honor of those stories and characters, what are five books you’re thankful for? These could be stories that made you cry, made you laugh, made you think, or maybe all three (and more)!

Top 5 Wednesday: Squad goals

The hashtag “squadgoals” has become increasingly popular on Instagram, and rightfully so because who wouldn’t want to hangout with some of their favorite characters?! I know I wouldn’t mind! But what about you? If you could choose five characters to be in your “squad,” or super close circle of friends, who would you choose?

Top 5 Wednesday: Great Leaders

We thought it would be fun to talk about leaders in fiction! Who are some of your favorite characters that are great leaders? OR What are some characters who may not be in leadership, but show good leadership skills? Let’s celebrate these great leaders!

Top 5 Wednesday: Read in Translation

What books did you read in a different language than it was written, or you could also stretch it to what books did you read in your additional languages. For those of us in countries where English is not the lingua franca, this should be an easy(ish) topic, for us monolingual English speakers, this might be more of a challenge. I guess you could also do translated works you have yet to read.