Hi! I’m back with the weekly blogging meme Top Ten Tuesday. Jana hosts this meme on @thatartsyreadergirl. This weekly meme was born out of a love of lists and bringing the book blogging community together. Each week, Jana will post a prompt, and we readers will make a list based on that topic. We also have the option of doing our own thing. I love our topic this week, and I can’t wait to talk about the books. I feel like I can talk about cozy books for ages, and with the winter coming, I’ll definitely be adding some of these to my TBR. I’ll put the books in sections to make it easy to find what you’re looking for. I define a cozy book as a book with wonderful characters, and a plot that has light and fun elements, as well as hard-hitting life situations. 


1- One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston (Romance)

One Last Stop is on this list because it’s one of my favorite cozy romances. The vibes of the book are cozy for me because you spend time with the characters, and you get to see how they live their lives. Jane and Augest have such a sweet romance. 

2- Deiliah Green Doesn’t Care  by Ashley Herring Blake (Romance)

Delilah Green Doesn’t Care is on this list for a similar reason One Last Stop is on this list. It’s queer, and it slaps. Delilah Green Doesn’t Care has a story that I really enjoyed, and the characters are messy, but they also had a fantastic romance. This was my favorite romance of the year because of these elements, and it had everything I look for in a cozy book. 

3-Legends and Lattes by Travis Baldree (Fantasy)

I feel like this book defines a cozy book for many, and I believe it will be on many lists this week. The characters in this book are fantastic and the vibes of the book are cozy. You follow Viv as she opens a cafe, and builds her menu, along with building new friendships. I want to get an ebook of this just to relive the cozy vibes. 

4- The Adventure Zone Series by Clint, Justin Travis, and Griffin McElroy (Comics)

This is a series of comics that I loved. They’re based on a podcast, and they have cozy vibes for me because of the characters, the story, and the art. This series is fantastic, and I feel like not a lot of people read them, or know about them. 

5- Critical Role- Vox Machina: Kith & Kin by Marieke Nijkamp (Fanatsy)

I read this book earlier this year, and it blew me away by how much I loved it, and how coz the vibes of this book were. Vex and her twin brother Vax take you on their adventures and meet the people they come across along the way. I believe this book was cozy for me because there was no romance, and it was just a fun fantasy adventure. 


6- When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord (Contemporary)

This is one of those books that might just be cozy for me, but I love it. Emma Lord is an author who writes it of cozy books, with characters and stories that make you feel cozy. Millie is a fanatic character, and she has surrounded by characters that enhance the cozy vibes. 

7- All For One for Lilli Lainoff (Fantasy)

I wanted YA Fantasy to go with Legends and Lattes. I read both books at the same time, and this retelling of The Three Musketeers is perfect for the cozy vibes. The friendship is perfect, and I really enjoyed this book. 

8- Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli (Contemporary)

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I love Becky Albertalli. I find this book cozy because of the characters and the story. 


9- Scout is Not A Bandkid by Jade Armstrong (Graphic Novel)

This is a cozy Middle-Grade Graphic Novel that I was on the blog tour for. I loved it and found it cozy because like The Adventure Zone, the art style, characters, and story. 

10- Fearless by Mandy Gonzalez (Mystery)

I recommend this book to everyone when it came out a few years ago. I loved it, and It’s cozy for kids because the characters are fun, the story is interesting, and the theater is a cozy place to have a mystery. 


6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday- Cozy Read Recommendations

  1. Aaaaaah you named some of my favorites! I love One Last Stop and Delilah Green and All for One and Becky Albertalli, and I seriously have to make time to read Legends and Lattes before I’m the last person to read it. I read Astrid Parker Doesn’t Fail and that one was a really awesome queer romance too! Have you read that one yet?


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