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What We Read in 2018: Recommendations from the Book Lovers at Kobo

The Entire Kobo Staff

2018 has been a fantastic year for books and publishing. At the beginning of the year, we posted a KWL Reading Challenge with the aim of diversifying our own reading, trying new books and sparking great discussions around new favourites. 

If there’s one thing that everyone at Kobo loves, it’s reading. We at KWL reached out to the entire company to ask which books they read for the challenge, and which they would recommend. Within ten minutes, we had well over 100 recommendations––check out our incredibly extensive list!

Strap in; it’s a long one. We really love books around here. (Click on titles to see the full descriptions).

We would love to know what you read and loved this year! Should we do the challenge again next year? Comment below and share your thoughts!

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3 Responses to “What We Read in 2018: Recommendations from the Book Lovers at Kobo”

  1. Jean Baptiste Rufatabahizi

    Thank you so much for sharing the wonderful books. I wish I had time to read all of them.

    I read and loved the following books this year 2018:

    End of Days by J.F. Penn

    The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Green

    Look Before You Leap,The Smart Author’s Guide to Avoiding the Money Pit and Achieving Financial Success in Publishing by Kathryn Kemp Guylay

    AUTHOR 2.0 BLUEPRINT How to Write, Publish, and Promote your Book by Joanna Penn

    How I Sold 80,000 Books, Book Marketing for Authors by Alinka Rutkowska

    breaking dawn by Stephenie Meyer

    Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren

    Be Mine- An offer or a threat ? by Laura Kasischke

    Eight Ways to Keep the Devil under your Feet by Joyce Meyer

    every day by david levithan

    Open Heavens by Pastor E.A. Adeboye, Volume 18, 2018

    How to Win Friends& Influence People by Dale Carnegie

    Reply
    • kobowritinglife

      Thank you for sharing! So many great writing books on this list!

      Reply

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