I love books. There’s just something about cracking open a book, settling down with a nice cup of tea and a cozy blanket and meeting someone new. Fiction or non-fiction, I’m always reading something.
Years ago, when I first started blogging, I would join a fall and spring reading challenge at Callapidder Days. I loved seeing what other people were reading and discovered quite a few new authors (and blogging friends) in the process. It was fun!
So right this minute, I decided to make up a short summer reading list. I’d love it if you joined me and shared what you’re planning on reading over the next few months! That’s what I love about summer – we can sit on the deck and read and not even feel guilty for ignoring the growing pile of laundry. The kids will probably wear the same clothes several days in a row until either I or their dad notices anyway. (I did so just admit that!)
Here’s what’s on my bookshelf for the summer (hover over the pictures for links to Amazon.ca):
I usually also pick a good study to do over the lazy days of summer. It helps that this is a summer that The LPM blog is hosting a Siesta Summer Bible Study and it just happens to be Beth Moore’s very newest on 1 & 2 Thessalonians. You should join in!
I’ve just realized I have only one fiction, and in all honesty, I’m about two-thirds of the way through it already. I could use some suggestions.
What’s on your to-read list this summer? Do share!