TOP 5 RAINY DAY READS (top ten tuesday)

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it’s my first top ten tuesday!!!! top ten tuesday is a tag that Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl runs every tuesday. check out her original post here! this tuesday’s topic is rainy day reads. β˜”


[1] Literally anything by Emma Mills

Emma Mills’ books–First and Then, Foolish Hearts, This Adventure Ends, and Famous in a Small Town–are my go-to books every time I feel shitty. They are rays of sunshine in book format. I love them so much.

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[2] Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Honestly, this is my favourite anything read. I’ll read this book whenever, rainy day or not. But I feel like a rainy day would still be great background to read this.

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[3] No Matter the Wreckage by Sarah Kay

This is a beautiful little book of poetry that is brilliantly written by Sarah Kay. I highly recommend listening to the audiobook of this, which is performed by Kay herself. Kay’s amazing performance plus soothing voice make this the perfect read for a rainy day. Plus, the audiobook is only 2 hours long!!

No Matter the Wreckage


[4] The Butcher’s Hook by Janet Ellis

Nothing like an immersive, dark historical fiction to read on a rainy day. This is an excellent novel with such an engaging, twisted narrator.

The Butcher's Hook


[5] The Passion of Dolssa by Julie Berry

Another historical fiction read that is so good but so underrated. I feel like more people need to read this book!!!!! Like The Butcher’s Hook, it’s immersive, well-written, and perfect for a rainy day.

The Passion of Dolssa


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