“Change often starts with the smallest of whispers. Like-minded people building it up to a roar.”⁠ ― T.J. Klune, The House in the Cerulean Sea

⁠ Happy Sunday!⁠ ⁠

2020 has been incredibly hard on everyone.⁠ I think it’s a year that reminded me of the war stories my great grandmom told me when I was a kid.⁠ ⁠


Some reads have been so charming that they were uplifting and helped me face the gloomy days.⁠ ⁠

Today in our #BestReadsOf2020 I give you my three favorites this year.⁠

⁠ 🌈The Switch by Beth O’Leary⁠

“Perhaps the lady is losing her marbles a little. It’s started happening to Penelope – terribly sad, though on the plus side she seems to have forgotten that she can’t stand Roland. It’s been something of a second honeymoon for the two of them.”⁠ ― Beth O’Leary, The Switch


Gosh, I love the humor in that book 🤣🤣⁠ ⁠


🌈The Extraordinaries by TJ Klune⁠

“For the most part, he’d accepted that some people were born to be Extraordinaries, and some people were born to be medicated so they didn’t spin out of control. Fair? Not really, but Nick was learning that his brain could do things that others couldn’t. In a way, he had his own superpower, even if it was called a disorder.”⁠ ― T.J. Klune, The Extraordinaries⁠ ⁠


🌈The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune⁠

I loved Lucy and his dark humor!

“I am evil incarnate. I am the blight upon the skin of this world. And I will bring it to its knees. Prepare for the End of Days! Your time has come, and the rivers will run with the blood of innocents.”

Ooooh Lucy is such a drama queen!!! LOL

That found family is AMAZING!⁠ ⁠


What have been your most charming books read in 2020?


Thanks for reading.




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  1. Nice list! I definitely would like to try The House in the Cerulean Sea! I heard so much good about it. Hopefully one of my libraries gets it or it gets translated to Dutch so they will get it for sure.

  2. Yes this year has been unlike anything and in some ways I think it has been good for us, but its definitely been a battle emotionally for us. And having those bright spot reads are a healing balm. I need to read Beth O Leary