My Summer Reading List

I told myself that I was going to get into reading again this year AND IT’S ALREADY JUNE and I’m not even half way through my list. Nevertheless I wanted to share said list with you so that you can add them to your list too because I’m so excited to get to them and I was so pleased with the ones I’ve read so far! They’re not necessarily new releases (most of them are) and some I’ve read before but want to read again with a new perspective.

If you find that you’re the kind of person who just cannot sit down with a physical book, fear not, because the 21st century has got you sorted! With audio books these days, most of the books you can buy can be listened to on the go, so in the car, on the plane, waiting on the bus stop, wherever you are. Give it a go! Because…

I’m always looking for new authors to discover so if you’ve got any more you think I absolutely need to get my hands on, leave a comment below. This section is a bit nostalgic for me because if you didn’t know I actually started blogging doing book reviews what feels like 100 years ago now and I’m so happy to be back on the books again. With that, here’s my spring and summer reading list:

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman 

How to Stop Time by Matt Haig

The Bone Clocks by David Mitchel

The Story of Our Lives by Helen Warner

The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer

Force of Nature by Jane Harper

An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin

Beneath the Sugar Sky by Seanan McGuire

The Last Piece of my Heart by Paige Toon

What To Say Next by Julie Buxbaum

Do let me know if and when you read these, or if you already have because I am always looking for someone to vent about a good book ending to!

Sit back, grab some Oreos, and let’s see what life has to offer us next.




1 Comment

  1. tomaz filho
    May 24, 2018 / 5:50 pm

    Muito obrigado Baunilha. Good lo ok!

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