I'm sure most of you have heard of these authors since they're very popular. If not, you should definately check them out! These authors write really funny and cute stories that are totally relatable to most everyone.
I'm very excited about the new Sophie Kinsella book, Remember Me? coming out on February 23rd. It can be preordered on amazon.com for about $19.00 with shipping. I also checked out walmart and target, which has it a few dollars cheaper. But, you might want to purchase it here since it's very easy to do so.
28 year old Lexi Smart wakes up in a London hospital room having forgotten the past four years. She thinks she is a twenty four year old and is unsure of her whereabouts. She soon finds out pieces of her life that she can't remember!~I don't wanna give anything else away, but you can go to the amazon site and find more about this book. I can't wait to get it!!!
Other Favorites of Sophie Kinsella:
You also must check out the Shopaholic Series, which is her most famous book series.
This book is a stand alone novel (not a series). I really enjoyed this book as it was extremely funny. It revolves around the character Emma who tells all her quirky secrets to a man sitting next to her on a plane. She never expects to see this man again...but alas she does! That's all I'm going to spill...go get this book!
Coming out soon: Queen of Babble Gets Hitched by Meg Cabot. This book is due out later this year and I can't wait!~The third book in the series, it follows herione, Lizzy, in her recent engagement and supposed marriage to her boyfriend. However, the marriage is fated to not take place as she is beginning to think twice about it throughout the story.
The first book is titled, Queen of Babble, where you will meet Lizzie where she has just graduated from college. She will right away travel to London to visit her boyfriend from college. There you will realize just how quickly she jumps into situations and then later learns they aren't the best for her. The book is very comical and will have you laughing throughout.
The second book, Queen of Babble in the Big City, follows her to New York City, where she again follows her most current boyfriend. Homeless and jobless, she moves in with him and their relationship begins to evolve.
Also by Meg Cabot: www.megcabot.com
These books are a series but don't have all the same characters. The main characters in these books will change but they're from the same company. The text of the book is written in e-mails that are written between the workers at The New York Journal. You will get to know the workers through these e-mails, and it's a very interesting read.
Bitter is the New Black by, Jen Lancaster. www.jennsylvania.com
This book is a true story of Jen Lancaster a woman living in Chicago in an ultra sheek apartment. She seemingly has everything...expensive clothes...money...a great job...However, she ends up losing her job and thus her life changes quickly. The book is so funny the way she presents it and it is actually a true account of her life. It has such a realness about it.
She also has two more books that are written in the same way. However, I haven't had the chance to read them yet as I just finished this one yesterday!
Tip: Jen Lancaster's books are in the Humor section of Borders.
So I think you should go to Borders (my favorite book store) and look for these titles. You can also search them on Amazon...they have them all!