Stuck on what to read next? Look no further! Our guide to similar reads on Kindle Unlimited’s fantasy and sci-fi selection will help you discover your next favorite book. From epic fantasy to dystopian worlds, we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re looking for similar books to your favorite series or just want to explore new worlds, this guide is sure to help you find your next great read.
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In this post, we’ll be counting down the top 12 best special abilities and superpowers found in young adult literature. From elemental control to shape-shifting, these powers will leave you in awe. Discover which powers made the cut and add some new books to your reading list.
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Specified Enemies to Lovers Trope – Fantasy EditionI originally made this list because as a lover of this trope, it’s actually really, really difficult to find legitimate (and accurate) recommendation for books with this trope. I often leave books with disappointment when I didn’t get what I was originally looking for, but these jackpots I […]
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When you’ve read a lot of books, you kind of reach a stage when you start to notice patterns. You start to see how certain kind of books behave, and in result, it slowly becomes harder for books to fool you. You know what to look for, so even the slightest hints can tick you, […]
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Summer. Ah, the good, glory days that bookworms all love and enjoy. Also, how can I call myself a book lover if I don’t get some summer reading material? Especially I was so busy recently, summer vocation is a great way for me to get back on my A game. 1. A Court of Frost […]
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October (A.K.A) Halloween just passed, as of course Thanksgiving in November is immediately coming at us in full speed. So…how is everyone celebrating Thanksgivings, my fellow bookworms? For me, here is basically the one-on-one guide to my ideal happiness on this long break. 1. I got to finished that pile of murder mysteries Now, I […]
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This post was inspired by Avalinah’s 5 Ways to Get Book Related Insomina. Remember to click on the link to check on her list of ways to get insomnia from reading. 1. Starting a book right before you go to sleep Once you start you can’t stop. I learned this the hard way. 2. When […]
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Because I’m a little bit boy crazy, I’ve dedicated this blog many times for the amazing heroes in YA and NA, but I rarely commented on females. Almost all female characters in YA and NA have at least above average appearance, but in the list below I’m including books where the females actually have legit […]
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My list of go-to authors for each specific kind of books/genre. Maybe you can find your next favorite author through this list too. Click on the author’s name to go to his or her Goodreads page. Contemporary Romance: Erin Watt Shari L. Tapscott Paranormal & Urban: Jennifer L. Armentrout Helen Harper High Fantasy/Fantasy/Magic: Rachel E. […]
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These are just some of my go-to songs that always kind of reminded me of my favorite books and characters. It’s also because of that I think these songs would be pretty fitting for different readers and different books. I hope you’ll find your next go-to song here too. 1. Glow in The Dark by […]
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