Top Ten Tuesday: Best Reads Of 2020

Hello everyone,

I hope you are all having a great week so far.

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday and the last month of the year. Where did all the time go? Can’t say I’m not glad though, it has been quite year for literally everyone and I am hoping that next year will bring better tidings.

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

The Topic This Week Is:

Best Reads of 2020

This year, despite all that happened in the world was a very good year in books for me. I have read a total of 112 books and counting since the year has technically not come to an end yet. I am currently reading 3 really good books which may make their way into this list but let’s see how it goes. I found myself reading more non-fiction titles than usual and I mostly listened to audio books or read e-books since the book stores were shut down for a long while. With hind sight, the experience was new and different but gave me comfort and peace when I needed it the most.

Choosing my top ten reads was hard in a way because I read quite a number of good books but it was also easy on the other hand as there were some unforgettable reads I will always remember and go back to reading in the near future. So here we go….

1. A Broken People’s Playlist by Chimeka Garricks

2. Dirty Letters by Vi Keeland & Penelope Ward

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3. The Courage Map by Franziska Iseli

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4. The Mother I Could Have Been by Kerry Fisher

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5. The Unhoneymonners by Christina Lauren


6. All Your Perfects by Coleen Hoover


7. The Familiars by Stacy Halls


8. Can I Give My Husband Back? by Kristin Bailey

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9. The Highly Sensitive Person’s Guide To Dealing With Toxic People by Shahida Arabi


10. Inspired Mama by Sez Kristiansen

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So these are my top ten reads this year and I definitely see myself reading each and every one of them next year.

Have you read any of the books on my list?

What are your thoughts?

I am looking forward to my next year reads and hope to experience more interesting and thought provoking stories that will warm my heart and teach me something new.

I hope you all had a fabulous bookish 2020 as well.


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