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TTT – Warm And Fuzzy Books

Top Ten Tuesday used to be a weekly post hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, but was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl. “It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.” This is definitely something I can understand and want to participate in.

This week’s prompt is favorite “aww” moments in books, that give me warm fuzzies, but I have to be honest. I have the absolute worst memory, and struggle to remember specific moments in books. Instead, I’m going to talk about warm and fuzzy books, the kind that offer fluffy stories that make me happy just to read them, even if they deal with tough topics at the same time. Here’s my top ten fluffy, warm, fuzzy books:

  1. The Last Summer by Cait Marie. 
  2. The Life and Crimes of Hoodie Rosen by Isaac Blum.
  3. Half a Soul by Olivia Atwater.
  4. Grounds for Murder by Tara Lush.
  5. Murder at the Beacon Bakeshop by Darci Hannah.
  6. Up to No Gouda by Linda Reilly.
  7. Pint of No Return by Dana Mentink.
  8. Emily Wilde’s Encyclopaedia of Faeries by Heather Fawcett.
  9. Witchful Thinking by Celestine Martin. 
  10. Witch Please by Ann Aguirre.

What are your go-to books for sweet, adorable stories that give you a warm and fuzzy feeling while reading?

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  1. I agree with you – I’m pretty good at remember the overall feeling of a book and the general plot, but can NEVER remember specific aha moments or awwww moments. Your twist certainly keeps the intent of the theme! Hope you get to read lots more books that give you the warm fuzzies.
    Terrie @ Bookshelf Journeys

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    • That’s exactly what I was trying to accomplish this week, so I’m glad I was able to do it. And that I’m not the only one who can remember the vibe and the story but not specific moments in the book. I hope you also get to read books that offer warm fuzzy feelings!

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    • I usually tend to read dark and gritty books, but every so often I need a warm, fuzzy book in between. Especially after a particularly heavy book. There’s nothing wrong with you – maybe your warm fuzzy moments come from your regular life or from within and you don’t need to find them in books?

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  2. Great list – but it presumes I like sweet, awww filled books. Not so much 🙂 I do like a touching or sweet moment now and then but usually it’s a nugget in a stronger story. Don’t know where that dark side of me comes from. ha. Thanks for visiting my blog.
    Hope you find time to read a good book this week.
    Terrie @ Bookshelf Journeys

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    • Mine aren’t all sweet and full of awww moments, they’re usually more like a few sweet moments in a more turbulent story although there’s a few that are sweeter than others. I’ve got a dark side too 😈
      Have a great week!

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