I hope Friday is treating you beautifully! Carla and I are back again with another Lit Chicks video!
This month we read The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang and we absolutely adore this book! 😍 So much cuteness and so much freaking steam! *wipes sweat from forehead* Even Carla was like “Whoa.” 😅 But fear not! This book has so many lovely lessons of self-love too, we were goo-goo ga-ga over it.
We hope you loved the book too! If you read it, message us and let us know what you loved most about the book.
Make sure you join us every month for a new romance read. If you have any suggestions please send them our way! You can comment on our video or message us directly via our Instagram @litchickvlog.
And Happy New Year! Welcome to a whole new year full of romance and love and Lit Chicks videos! (Whoop Whoop!) Carla and I are beyond excited for all the romance books we are going to read this year and to share them with you. We have our own ever-growing Romance TBR list but if you have ANY suggestions please send them our way!
For the month of January, our heart was set on reading One Day in December by Josie Silver and oh my goodness… tears, and heartbreak, and happiness, and everything all around! We adore this book so much and we hope that you did too.
We hope your Thanksgiving was full of love, gratefulness, and food! And if none of those are up your alley (we totally get it), we hope that it was filled with tons of good books (or Netflix)!
Carla and I know that some of you are probably running around getting started on your Christmas shopping and others might still be in a state of stupor after eating tons of food. Whatever state you are in, how about you take a break and have some fun with us while we discuss Maybe In Another Life by Taylor Jenkins Reid! Enjoy!
I have a blog but I also follow other blogs and one of them that I absolutely adore, Two Nerdy History Girls (go follow them if you love all things history!) posted about a pastor in the late 1800’s warning against the dangers of reading novels, specifically of the romantic nature. Another warning was also given by another man:
“I have seen a young lady with her table loaded with volumes of fictitious trash, poring day after day and night after night over highly wrought scenes and skillfully portrayed pictures of romance, until her cheeks grew pale, her eyes became wild and restless, and her mind wandered and was lost – the light of intelligence passed behind a cloud, and her soul was forever benighted. She was insane, incurably insane from reading novels.”
I don’t know about you, friends, but reading sounds like an amazing way to go. My feelings could have gone one of two ways, anger (and oh I was angry), but instead, I decided to laugh and then I got with my cousin, Carla, and we decided to show this book snob a piece of our minds with us becoming the Lit Chicks! 💕
We decided to take this love affair of books up a notch, and spread this diseased love of books we have with the world! We will be “wild” and we will be “restless” and we will be “incurably insane” for this romance books and no one shall stop us!
So please join us every month on Youtube as we discuss and swoon over different romance books. Below is our first video talking about Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating. Check it out and let me know what other romance books you would like us to cover! Love you all! 📚💖
To say that I enjoyed this book is an understatement, but I don’t know what other words to use to describe how much I love this book! This is the first Sophie Kinsella book I read and it hopefully won’t be my last because this was so darn entertaining! I needed this after all the high fantasy and dark reads I’ve been reading. This book had me literally laughing out loud the whole time. Katie is one of my favorite protagonists. She’s super relatable in a super realistic way. Her inner monolog was incredible because it’s things I’ve said to myself before. Her whole journey through the book, from assistant in a branding company to working on a farm was hysterical and heartwarming. I kept thinking to myself how I want this to be turned into a movie.
If your heart is breaking or you are suffering from a book hangover (as I was) this is the book you need to read!