• Jessica Porter

The 7 Best Watty Winners to Read Right Now

Wattpad's Watty Awards have been celebrating popular, unique, and diverse storytelling since 2011. With this year's winners announcement just around the corner, here are our favorite past Watty winners...


Cupid's Match

by Lauren Palphreyman

55M Reads | YA Supernatural Romance | 2016 Winner


When Lila is bombarded with strange, cryptic letters from Cupid's Matchmaking Service, she heads to their headquarters to solve it once and for all. But it turns out the company has a supernatural secret: cupids are real, and she's been matched with the god of love himself.




The Hound

by T.L. Bodine

133k Reads | Horror/Thriller | 2018 Winner


Antique store owner Liz finds an unusual taxidermied hound at auction. When she brings it home to her wife and child, strange occurrences and mysterious deaths begin to haunt her family.






Perfect Addiction

by Claudia Tan

81.7M Reads | Romantic Adult Drama | 2015 Winner


When trainer Sienna Lane finds her champion-boxer boyfriend Jax in bed with her sister, she begins a quest for revenge. She offers to train his nemesis—Kayden Williams—in hopes of seeing Jax defeated in the ring. The plot leans more tearjerker at times than romance, but Tan's writing is remarkably compelling.




The Bro Code

by Elizabeth Seibert

21.1M Reads | YA Romance | 2012 Winner


This novel from two-time Watty-winner Elizabeth Siebert was published by Wattpad Books this year. When hardcore bro Nick Maguire starts falling for his best friend's sister, he has to decide if she's worth breaking The Bro Code for.





Expiration Date

by Mikaela Bender

21.9M Reads | Sci-Fi | 2016 Winner


This dystopian sci-fi novel follows a young woman in a world where everyone's death date is printed on their arm at birth. What happens when she lives past her 'expiration date'?






The Boyfriend App

by PhenomenalPen

817k Reads | YA Romance | 2018 Winner


When Kate and her boyfriend break up just before Valentine's Day, she signs up for a mysterious app called My Dream Boyfriend. The app is supposed to be an AI chatbot, but as time goes on, Kate begins to suspect there's a real person on the other end of the phone.




I'm a Gay Wizard

by V.S. Santoni

673K Reads | YA Fantasy | 2017 Winner


Best friends Johnny and Alison have been experimenting with magic, but when a spell goes wrong, it attracts the attention of a wizard academy. There, the two encounter challenges they never could have imagined.





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