Happy Saturday, bookies! I am jumping back into reading this summer (climbing out of a 5-month long reading slump) and I’m joining another teensy Summer Reading Challenge! Who doesn’t love a good reading challenge during the warmest part of the year? The 20 Books of Summer Challenge, hosted by 746 Books is a 3-month challenge that will pair nicely with our Summer NetGalley Challenge. Ready to see the books I’ve chosen for my 20 Books of Summer TBR? Let’s dive in.
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A Novella Summer
Because I’m already doing our Summer NetGalley Challenge, I’m going to use this as a challenge to read more novellas. Let’s face it – I fall in love with an author or series, buy all the little novellas that go along with it, and then never read them. So here are 20 that I’m choosing to read during the summer months (each of these are books that I already own so I’m also using this as an excuse to put myself on a bit of a book buying ban).
All I have to say here is … Regency romance and the Bradens!! Two of my favorite things 🙂
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This year, I’m planning on doing a mini Christmas In July read-a-thon so I can use the 20 Books of Summer challenge for that, as well 🙂 And I’m very excited to dip into another Kindle Worlds series – many authors, one “world”.
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I have always loved Wendy Knight’s Fate on Fire series so I’m super-excited to continue on with one of the Fate on Fire novellas – Feudlings in Smoke. If you haven’t read this series, you should definitely check out Feudlings! It’s one of my favorite magic books … ever.
And, because Dystopian novels have always been my first love, I’m adding one of them in, as well …
Pause for just a sec …
Does anyone get as frustrated as I do when you try to add books to your TBR, only to find out the titles have changed or the covers have changed or Amazon JUST DOESN’T HAVE THEM anymore?? Half of the books on this TBR were purchased between 2013 and 2017. A lot can change in a few years …
End rant 🙂
20 Books of Summer … Subject to Change
As always, my TBRs are subject to change. I’m a very moody reader so what sounds appealing now may not hold my interest in a couple months. The beauty of this challenge is that you can adjust your TBR (or completely throw it out the window) if you so choose. My kind of challenge!