Summer is winding down. Some of you will be sending kids to school in as little as a few weeks. Is your leisure reading time winding down or is it ramping up?
I have to say that I’ve had quite a successful reading summer. I’m traveling now, and have another family trip to squeeze in before school starts, so there is more reading goodness to come.
We’d love to hear what you’d like to read or what you just finished reading that you just have to recommend someone.
Write a post on your blog, link up here below, visit around to peek at other people’s nightstands, then repeat on the 4th Tuesday of each month.
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Miss Frangipani says
Love your site and this WOYN is a huge impetus to get my reading going 🙂
Mama Bear says
I’ll be back with a post later in the week.
Jennifer Ekstrand says
Without kids, I always expect summer to have about the same reading as the rest of the year, but I find myself travelling more and spending more time outside (and reading outside is more prone to distraction than reading indoors in our area). One thing I’ve noticed is that I tend to pick up more “old favorites” in the summer, so perhaps I’m reading as much, but my leisurely reading doesn’t seem as noteworthy as a book I’ve not read before.
I’ve been reading a lot more lately – I think it’s because things are more relaxed around here at the moment.
the cul-de-sac says
Thanks for hosting! I found many great book ideas here last month!
Thanks for hosting this! I love adding a bunch of new books to my to-read list. 😉
Summer is winding down…..*sniff* What a sad reminder. I teach elementary school! :)=
Jen E says
Whoops accidentally pasted last month’s link somehow! Disregard first link.
M. A. Joines says
Here is the link to my debut novel. A wonderful book written for middle graders, but family friendly for the entire family to enjoy.
Colleen Turner says
I have been pretty successful with my reading this summer! Lots of great stories that I wish I had time to read over and over again. My favorites so far have been The Last Husband by Laura Dave, The Art of Forgetting by Camille Noe Pagan and Next To Love by Ellen Feldman!