Dear Chicklit Lovers (including me Emotion: stick out tongue)

I'm thinking, maybe we can discuss our favorite Chicklit novels and recommend it to others??

Here are my favorites:
All the series of Shopaholic (Sophie Kinsella) - my all time favorite, I read all her books!
P.S I Love You by Cecilia Ahern
Mr. Almost Right by Eleanor Moran
The Devil wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger

now I'm reading Eat, Pray and Love by Elisabeth Gilbert Emotion: smile

There're a lot more to read, I wish I could have more time to read. Anyway, do you guys prefer reading books or e-books?
wow! nice thread Emotion: big smile

I mostly read e-books for the reasons that money-wise, it's practical and that it is convenient especially with the help of an e-reader.

How about you? which one do you prefer more?

By the way, here are my recent faves:
The Mortal Instruments Series by Cassie Clare
Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
The Percy Jackson Series by Rick Riordan and a super whole lot more Emotion: big smile

The only book I am familiar with on the list you just provided is The Devil Wears Prada and I think it is really good though the first half of the book's quite monotonous and slow-paced but after Andrea got in with the flow finally, things got really pretty interesting. Have you watched the movie as well?

as for the Shopaholic Series, I also plan to read them someday!
I absolutely preffer read traditional books!!

For a simply cause... it's better to my eyes Emotion: wink

I also red The Devil Wears Prada Emotion: wink

As regards Sophie Kinsella i read her Confessions of a Shopaholic or something like that. I dont remember precisely.

These books are very nice to read. They haven't got deep context. They're just for relax Emotion: smile

In near future i'd like to read rest Sophie Kinsella's book. I hope i like each of this series.
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I partly agree to your opinion, that real books are good for the eyes than the electronic ones. Anyway, I enjoy them both (ebook/real) sp long as they're interesting and time-worthy read Emotion: smile Have you enjoyed reading it? well, as for me I did...only in the latter part of the book though. The first half was downright boring and kind of repetitive and after flipping a lot of pages and reaching the latter half, that's when i started liking the book. Especially when things started to get fiery for Andrea and Miranda, I LOL-ed at her for being so frank to Miranda during the cab ride back home. Sad thing is that they didn't include that part in film version. Anyway, still a good book especially for chick-lit lovers Emotion: smile Haven't read any of her work and I'd love to read them one of these days though the problem is that, I have been busy for a lot of reasons. Still, nothing shall prevent me and will try to find time and squeeze in my reading habit to my hectic schedule no matter what Emotion: smile