Summer calls for page-turning reads to get lost in. Whether you are adventuring or enjoying a nice staycation, consider adding these wonderful books to your reading list. Continue reading “Five Books to Read This Summer”
“One benefit of summer was that each day we had more light to read by.” – Jeanette Walls, The Glass Castle
Summer is such a wonderful season for reading. Even with work, classes, or whatever activities occupy your time, there is an atmosphere of relaxation. After we have fulfilled our daily obligations we can enjoy the beautiful weather, breathe in the fresh air, and be very thankful that the winter is well behind us. When I think of great summer reads I think of page-turning stories that you can’t help but get lost in. These are my favourite summer reads from my virtual bookshelf:
1. 300 Days of Sun by Deborah Lawrenson
In order to get away from career and relationship troubles, Joanna decides to embark on a trip to Faro, Portugal where she meets Nathan, a man in search of information on a kidnapping that occurred decades ago. Nathan asks Joanna for her help with his investigation due to her background in journalism. Their search leads them to a book that was sold as a work of fiction but in truth may hold the answers they are looking for. A total page-turner that brings the sights and sounds of Portugal to life.
2. Maybe in Another Life by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Finding herself stuck and lost in life, twenty-nine year old Hannah Martin moves back to her hometown of Los Angeles, determined to turn her life around. Upon her return, her best friend Gabby throws her a welcome home party where Hannah runs into her high school love, Ethan. As Gabby is set to leave the party, Hannah has the choice of either going home with Gabby or staying out later with Ethan. As we all know, choices have consequences. The book splits into two timelines showing us what happens with each scenario. A fascinating look into how one choice can affect the entire course of a person’s life. Continue reading “Top Five Summer Reads”
I was born with a reading list I will never finish.”
At any given time my “to read” list is a mile long. As soon as I read one book, I discover five others that become must reads. While my overall reading list is quite lengthy, I’ve narrowed it down to the top ten books I’m excited to read this summer.
1. Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari
Modern Romance looks at the ups and downs of dating in today’s world where we have so much technology at our fingertips. Aziz Ansari and sociologist Eric Klinenberg designed a research project that consisted of interviews and focus groups with people from a number of different cities and countries. Continue reading “Top 5: Books on my Summer Reading List”