Wednesday, March 14, 2012

I Heart...Marriage: Part One

Welcome Back Fellow Readers and Glossers,

I have missed you and my books so so much!! Before I post my first book review since (gulp) November 2011, I just want to fill you all in on my life and what’s been going on.

I have been busy, busy, busy, and this time, not reading. (Tear L) This past February 26, 2012 I….got….married!!! Needless to say, the past few months, I have spent toiling over all the fabulous blogs, websites, magazines and journals to plan the perfect wedding. Now I know how Nicole really felt in Kim Gruenenfelder’s There’s Cake in My Future (a.k.a. Wedding Fever! In all seriousness, it was a lot of hard work, a lot of long hours and a lot of stress but it was all well worth it in the end and we both got to “put a ring on it”.

Now that the wedding is over and it’s back to reality, I am so excited to get back to doing what I love, reading, reviewing books and audio books and posting about it all on my blog. Weddings and marriage are two of the most common themes throughout chick lit-erature and I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to jump right back into things and invite anyone and everyone to nominate their favorite chick lit wedding book. Later, I’ll take all suggestions and nominations and create my very first Top Ten list of chick lit wedding books that will be posted on Lip Gloss & Literature.

The #1 chick lit wedding book will be chosen based on the highest number of nominations and I will be giving away a book or book credits (winner’s choice!) to one lucky participant in this fun game, so get those nominations coming! The winner will be randomly selected from comments section. *Chances of winning will be based on the number if nominations received.

Which book do you want to nominate for your favorite Chick Lit Wedding of all time???

Here are a few ideas from last year’s chick lit releases to get those creative juices flowing from my favorite resource and web site for everything chick lit, the Chicklit Club


What’s on your chick lit wedding bookshelf??
Hope to read with you all very soon!!
Love,
Cathy
XOXO

2 comments:

  1. Congratulations!!! I love a good wedding! Well done on all the hard work :D
    My nomination would be The Wedding Girl by Sophie Kinsella! It's not the best over book but for the topic its nail biting for chic lit!

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  2. Wedding Season by Katie Fforde is a wonderful book especially for lazy people like me who could never organise fabulous ornate weddings so can read about them here vicariously. It is about a bunch of wedding planners, hairdressers and dress designer and the different weddings - each with separate crises they face. Of course there is tons of romance too!

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