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Page-Turners: A Collection of Books We Love

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Did you know that March is National Reading Month? In the vast and varied world of literature, there are certain books that capture our hearts and minds, leaving a lasting impression long after we've turned the final page. One Small Step Writing Services is delighted to share a curated list of some of our favorite books that have captured our hearts and minds. As passionate readers, we believe in the transformative power of literature to inspire, educate, and transport us to new worlds. Join us as we celebrate the joy of reading and continue to share our favorite reads throughout the month on our Instagram @osswriting. From fantasy realms to gripping science fiction, thought-provoking non-fiction to spine-tingling horror, here's a curated list of some of our favorite books that we simply can't get enough of. Join us on a journey through the pages of these page-turners as we share our love for these captivating reads.


Fantasy Books We Love

  • Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne: Transporting readers into a world where ancient gods and modern-day druids collide, this series follows the adventures of Atticus O'Sullivan, the last of the Druids, as he navigates supernatural battles and mythical encounters.

  • The Magicians by Lev Grossman: Blending elements of fantasy and coming-of-age drama, this spellbinding series follows Quentin Coldwater and his friends as they discover the hidden world of magic and grapple with the consequences of wielding extraordinary power.

  • The Guild Codex Universe by Annette Marie: With its captivating blend of magic, mystery, and romance, this expansive universe invites readers into a world where supernatural beings and human mages coexist, each with their own secrets and agendas.

  • The Passage Trilogy by Justin Cronin: A chilling tale of a post-apocalyptic world overrun by vampiric creatures, this epic trilogy weaves together themes of survival, humanity, and the enduring power of hope in the face of darkness.


Romance Books We Love

  • The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion: A heartwarming and humorous tale of love and connection, this charming novel follows socially awkward genetics professor Don Tillman as he embarks on a quest to find the perfect wife through a scientifically rigorous questionnaire.

  • The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang: A poignant and steamy romance that challenges societal norms and celebrates the beauty of individuality, this novel follows the relationship between Stella Lane, a brilliant mathematician with autism, and Michael Phan, an escort hired to teach her about intimacy.

  • Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus: Set against the backdrop of 1960s America, this engaging novel follows the journey of scientist Elizabeth Zott as she navigates the challenges of academia, gender discrimination, and the pursuit of scientific discovery.


Other Fiction Books We Love

  • Dark Matter by Blake Crouch: A mind-bending exploration of alternate realities and the nature of identity, this gripping sci-fi thriller follows physicist Jason Dessen as he becomes trapped in a nightmarish world of parallel universes.

  • Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse: A timeless classic that explores the journey of self-discovery and spiritual enlightenment, this novel follows the life of Siddhartha, a young man who embarks on a quest for meaning and fulfillment.


Non-Fiction Books We Love


As we celebrate National Reading Month, we invite you to join us in discovering the magic of these books we love and sharing your own favorite books with us. Whether you're seeking an escape into fantastical realms, a thought-provoking exploration of philosophical concepts, or a riveting journey through history, we hope you'll find inspiration and delight within the pages of these page-turners. Let's continue to celebrate the joy of reading and the power of storytelling to enrich our lives and broaden our perspectives. Go to our Instagram @osswriting for more book recommendations and literary inspiration. Happy reading!


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