Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. This feature was created because they are particularly fond of lists over there at The Broke and the Bookish. And who doesn't love a good list?
This week’s topic is books that will make you laugh (or at least chuckle). I love a good chuckle so it was a bit difficult to pick only ten books but I think I have managed to narrow it down to quite a great list. Let's see:
Always the Bridesmaid by Lindsey Kelk. Or anything by her. I love Lindsey's sense of humour and her stories always go one step farther and have me in stitches.
The Love Shack by Jane Costello. Or anything by her too. Jane Costello is the queen of rom coms. She always comes up with the most hilarious situations.
How To Get Ahead in Television by Sophie Cousens. I read this debut last year and enjoyed it so much! During the story you get tips about the TV world that don't always end up being all that helpful.
I Followed the Rules by Joanna Bolouri. This is FUN stuff, in capitals. Also Joanna's debut, The List.
The Greatest Love Story of All Time by Lucy Robinson. Her books are packed with hilarious moments, a lot of swearing and quite a few twists. What's there not to like?
The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion. If you haven't heard of Don Tillman yet, you are missing out. There's going to be a movie, so get reading before it comes out.
How To Stuff Up Christmas by Rosie Blake. You don't feel like reading a Christmas book, you say? Then pick Rosie's debut, How to Get a (Love) Life. Both are really worth a read.
You Had Me at Merlot by Lisa Dickenson. Or anything by her. I just love Lisa and her crazy sense of humour and her stories always make me laugh and chuckle like there's no tomorrow.
The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella. Or anything by her too. I think I am here today thanks to this woman and her fabulous books. The funniest ones for me would be this one and Twenties Girl.
The Vintage Guide of Love and Romance by Kirsty Greenwood. Starring Jessica Beam, aka my imaginary best friend. Seriously, this is GOOD stuff, yes, in capitals again.
So this is it! In need of a good chuckle? Then I've got you covered. Let me know which books have made you laugh!