Ten of the Shortest Books I’ve Read

March 21, 2017 Guilty Pleasures, Top Ten Tuesday 0

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March 21: Ten of the shortest books I’ve read

I hate when I only have a few minutes to read. Recently, I’ve noticed a growing trend of choosing shorter books because of our new busy lifestyle. It’s easier to finish a book than it is to put a really good book down!

Finding books that are super short isn’t one of my pleasures in life, but when time is ticking away, short books can be a god send. Here’s my top ten of super short but fabulous books that I was sad to see end but so happy I picked up.

Notice, lots of cozy mysteries and romance on this list!

The Keeper: A Brilliant Darkness Story (Brilliant Darkness, #1.5) – 45 Pages

Soft Serve Secrets (Caesars Creek Mysteries #3) – 45 Pages

A Frozen Scoop of Murder (Caesar’s Creek Mysteries #1) – 47 Pages

A Trip to the Hardware Store & Other Calamities (Quirky Essays for Quirky People, #2) – 48 Pages

Chihuahua Chaos: A Pet Rescue Mystery Novella – 49 Pages

Ice Cream You Scream (Caesar’s Creek Mysteries #4) – 52 Pages

A Flirtatious Rendezvous (The Gentlemen Next Door, #4) – 53 pages

An Illicit Engagement (The Gentlemen Next Door, #2) – 54 Pages

The Gatherer: A Brilliant Darkness Story  – 58 Pages

Simple Pleasures: Thoughts on Food, Friendship, and Life – 60 Pages

What’s a good book length for you?









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