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reader44ever:
Top Five Books You'd Want With You on a Deserted Island?

Ohhh yay I like this one
1. The Giver by Lois Lowry
2. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling (book 7 is my fave, but that one is too sad for deserted island reading)
3. A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab
4. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
5. The Color Purple by Alice Walker

(I can’t put any raven cycle on this list because I would need to have all four with me and… that really limits my list of options. I’m sure you all understand)

*Ask me my top 5/10 of anything*

bi-christian:
Top five villains?

1. The mayor (Chaos Walking)

2. Colin & Piper Greenmantle (The Raven Cycle)

3. Voldemort (HP)

4. Eli (Vicious)

5. Count Olaf (Series of Unfortunate Events)

Ask me my top 5/10 of anything

divergentgrl22:
TOP 5 OTPS

(I should apologize at this point because like every single one of these lists is going to include The Raven Cycle)

I’m going to do my top 5 bookish OTPs, instead of all around OTPs just cause

1. Ronan/Adam

2. Hermione/Ron

3. Gansey/Blue

4. Katsa/Po

5. Rhy/Alucard

Ask me my top 5/10 of anything

abschaffer2:
Top 10 bookish settings (excluding hogwarts.)

Oh goodness that’s so mean to take Hogwarts away as an option…

1. Henrietta, Virginia (The Raven Cycle)

2. Red London (A Darker Shade of Magic)

3.  Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet’s Camp for Hardcore Lady Types (Lumberjanes)

4. Le Cirque des Rêves (The Night Circus)

5. Velaris (ACOTAR)

6. Camp Half Blood (Percy Jackson)

7. Venice (The Thief Lord - I know this is a real place… like I have been there. But my love of Venice began with this book so I’m counting it)

8. Tronjheim (The Inheritance Cycle)

9. Tu Reviens (Jane, Unlimited)

10. Prague (Daughter of Smoke and Bone - again, a real place. But the descriptions of Prague made me want to visit someday sooo badly so it also goes on the list)

Ask me my top 5/10 of everything

celestialtuna:
hi, i was wondering if you had any book recommendations that involve dragons?? ive been searching for fantasy books that have cool mythological creatures in them (-:

I have a couple of favorite dragon books! I used to read them much more often than I do now, but I still have some that I adore. There’s Dragon Rider by Cornelia Funke, which is basically the book that began my love of dragons. I also love Eragon by Christopher Paolini. There’s also a book called Pillage by Obert Skye that I remember being a lot of fun. Somehow those are the only dragon books I can think of?? Which is weird considering how much I love them?? 

Anonymous:
Hey, I'm currently stuck in a giant reading slump and I've literally first stopped reading in my first language and now I've stopped with English books as well but I still really want to read The last thing I have really enjoyed was crime or contemporary but both are gernes where I know nothing about and just bought the books randomly (the best and worst possible decision) So it would be amazing if you could recommend me some books, ofc you don't have to and I hope you have a great day ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™

Ohh, I could definitely recommend some contemporary books, as well as a couple fast paced/crime books.

Current contemporary faves:

  • Noteworthy by Riley Redgate
  • How to Make a Wish by Ashley Herring Blake
  • The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli
  • Juliet Takes a Breath by Gabby Rivera
  • We Are Okay by Nina LaCour
  • Autoboyography by Christina Lauren
  • Coffee Boy by Austin Chant (super quick queer romance novella)
  • Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde
  • The One Memory of Flora Banks by Emily Barr

Some thrillers you might like:

  • Intensity by Dean Koontz
  • With Malice by Eileen Cook
  • The Wheelman by Duane Swierczynski
  • The Mystic Arts of Erasing All Signs of Death by Charlie Huston
  • Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn
  • Final Girls by Riley Sager

These are all pretty excellent books! Plus, I have to mention a book I recently read called Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore. It is coming out tomorrow (September 19th) and it is absolutely fantastic. It is a contemporary book, sort of. There is also an element of crime! But then it is also a bit fantasy, a bit sci-fi, maybe a tiny bit psychological horror… it is a weird, many genre-d book but I adored it and I can’t stop thinking about it. Happy reading!

crimenationlove:
You have a youtube channel?! I want to watch your videos!

I do! You can check out my channel right here

Anonymous:
What book subscription box would you recommend for non-YA readers?

Hey there! I know this response is a bit late, but I still wanted to give my answer and hopefully help some people out there looking for subscription boxes. First of all, I highly recommend you check out Cratejoy (link here). It is super useful for searching through subscription boxes to find one that will fit you best. There’s a whole book section!

On a more specific note, I’m a rep for a box called PageHabit (link here) and I think they have a really good selection of genres. There’s a YA option, and then the other genre options for the box are all adult releases. Other than that, Book of the Month Club (link here) would probably be a good pick. I’ve never gotten that one, but it’s relatively cheap and also you get to select which of the books you want beforehand which is awesome. 

MyBookBox (link here) is also a good one! You get to select your genre for that box as well, and it comes with TWO BOOKS every month. I got that box a couple of times and I think it has some really fun items, plus there are generally some unexpected books that come inside. 

Those are the ones I have specifically received or at least kept up on that I think are really great. Hope this helps! And definitely browse through CrateJoy if you are interested in subscription boxes because they have so much awesome stuff.

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angie-beth0616:
HI!!! I just wanted to tell you that I LOVE your youtube channel!!! Because of you I have discovered SOO many titles for the LBGTQ community and I'm so excited to start reading them! I actually picked up "Dreadnought" from the library this morning and I can't wait to read through it!! <3 <3

Yay! I’m so glad to hear this. I hope you love Dreadnought 😊

fishnetting:
hey cece, i was recently watching one of your videos and noticed you talked about loving witch books and i was wondering if you had read witches of new york by ami mckay? i've never seen you mention it on your channel but it could have happened in a vid i haven't watched. i adored that novel and another positive is that one of the witches is queer which made it even better! if you have read it what were your thoughts?

I haven’t read this! But thank you so much for the recommendation I 100% need to check this book out now.

motherofalltheivs:
Should I alphabetize my bookshelf by author last name, or just keep it as the mess it is?

An excellent question! I personally organize alphabetically by author’s last name, but only because not having an organization method would really stress me out. But if you love the way it looks messy and it doesn’t bother you, then let the mess grow!

sweet-pea20-deactivated20180502:
Have you ever considered hosting a Harry Potter themed readathon on your channel?? ๐Ÿ™ˆ

Ohhhh I would but honestly there are already a few out there! I know Harry XMas to You is a thing that happens around the holidays. And thebookvagrant on booktube had one one year! But maybe next year when I reread the series I’ll have to have like a hashtag going… hmmm I will definitely keep that in mind when I’m figuring out when to reread the series in 2018!

Anonymous:
I've been a fan of you for just a few months, and in that time I've watched all of your videos - in sequential order - because you never fail to put a smile on my face! I love you and your videos so much! Thank you for using your platform the way you do; as a queer book lover. For a while last year, my reading habits had a dip in quality because of my depression, but your videos helped to jumpstart my love of books again. I love you so much, Cece! Stay safe!

Thank you so so so much for this ❤️❤️ I’m extending lots of love your way too!!

arabella-31:
Hi. I recently read Radio Silence by Alice Oseman. It was amazing. It wasn't predictable, had no cliche main boy and girl character get together. It also dealt with a lot of modern issues, (depression, podcasts, the school system, abuse, etc). Also, the main character is bisexual and another character is gay. It was great to see, because there isn't enough representation.

I have wanted to read Radio Silence so badly! It sounds incredibly up my alley. And I’ve heard nothing but glowing reviews.

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