Confessions of a Readaholic presents...Books I Love 2010!

I just got to thinking:

What are the best books I've read this year? Which books have come out this year, and have been truly amazing?

I know what you're thinking: Another Book Awards.

I know, I know, but I feel it's important to acknowledge the books that have impacted millions of teen and young adult readers worldwide. Besides, this is just for fun (and I thought it'll be really cool). There will be 10 nominees per category and 5 of the books can be suggested by you guys. The Voting will be done by you and also my judgement of who I think would be the best. I'll be posting the nominees throughout this week and the next week and announce the winners and runner-ups on the 31st of December.

(NOTE: It has to a book published this year, otherwise IT DOESN'T COUNT)


Best Book of 2010
Best Protagonist (Female AND Male)
Best Antagonist (Female OR Male)
Best Book Couple
Best Book-to-Flick
Best Fantasy Book
Best Teen/YA Book
Best Book Cover Art
Best Debut Author

email me at for suggestions, as YOUR suggestion could be the winning one!

Can't Wait!

***IMPORTANT NOTE***: This is just for fun. No one gets any books or prizes from this...sorry guys!

1 comment:

  1. How to Knit a Heart Back Home
    By Rachael Herron
    Publication date: March 1, 2011

    Lucy Harrison sells books by day and volunteers with the Cypress Hollow fire department by night. Her life is just the way she likes it—full, even-keeled, and smooth—until bad-boy ex-cop Owen Bancroft comes back to town. Lucy has always been fearless, never scared about diving in to help others. When it comes to risking her heart, however, she realizes she's absolutely terrified.

    In a small town like Cypress Hollow, everyone knows your business—and there is nowhere to hide. Then Lucy and Owen are thrown together by the discovery of the lost work of local legend, knitting guru Eliza Carpenter. Now Owen, adrift and struggling to redefine himself as a civilian without a badge, will have to learn how to open himself up to life's new possibilities . . . while Lucy decides just how much of herself she's willing to gamble on love.


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