I’m not saying I’m the book whisperer, but I kind of am.

Months ago, I wrote about how I single-handedly got some of my favorite books onto all of the bestsellers lists. My golden touch continues on through to today when the USA Today bestsellers list for the week of March 14 includes many of the books I recommend.

So how do you write a bestselling book? I have no idea, but I do know a good book when I read it. And when I read a good book, I shout it out to the world. And when I shout my recommendations out to the world, (I hope) people listen.

Basically, you’re welcome, world.

Do I actually believe I can single-handedly create bestsellers? No. But is there a correlation between my recommendations and getting on the bestsellers lists? You tell me.

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#9 Never Too Far 4.5/5 stars

Never Too Far

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#14 Gone Girl 5/5 stars

Gone Girl


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#23 Fallen Too Far 4.5/5 stars

Fallen Too Far by Abbi Glines


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#30 Play With Me (to be read; Come Away With Me; Fight With Me)

Come Away With Me Fight With Me


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#35 Always On My Mind 4/5 stars

Always On My Mind


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#66 Hopeless 5/5 stars

Colleen Hoover - Hopeless


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#86 Reflected In You 5/5 stars

Reflected In You


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#93 Bared To You 5/5 stars

Bared To You by Sylvia Day



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