I’m always on the hunt for books to add to my Summer Reading List. I scoped out all of the major resources to find 16 books that look to be worth reading. I like a wide range of books. I read nonfiction books as much as I read fiction ones. I don’t have a set genre that I follow closely. I hope that you find these books worthy of reading too.
Here is my Summer Reading List
No One but You: A Novel (Silver Springs)Confessions of a Domestic Failure: A Humorous Book About a not so Perfect MomCome SundownThe Little Book of Life Hacks: How to Make Your Life Happier, Healthier, and More BeautifulGoodbye, Things: The New Japanese MinimalismThe Marriage Bureau: The True Story of How Two Matchmakers Arranged Love in Wartime LondonSullivan’s Crossing (2 Book Series)Sandpiper Cove: A Hope Harbor NovelThe SummerhouseReturn to SummerhouseCelebrationCelebrationCelebration by Michaels, Fern published by Kensington Mass Market PaperbackThe LetterLove By DegreeHow to Win Friends & Influence PeopleYou Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome LifeOption B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding JoyThe Husband’s Secret
Get Your Printable Of This List
I find all kinds of book suggestions across the web and other places. I try to keep a running tab of book suggestions handy. Yet, I don’t always want to take the time to find them on Amazon at that given time. So, I created a FREE printable for you to have this list on hand. I did include my affiliate links for these books on Amazon so when you’re ready to buy them you can just click the link. (There is NO additional cost for using my affiliate links, but it does help support this blog.)
I hope you found a book worth adding to your Summer Reading List. If not, I’d love to know what kinds of books you love reading. I love keeping up with Reading Challenges, Reading Lists, and the top books from many genres. I am a huge fan of collecting quotes found in books that have a way of moving me. Do you? I hope to be able to share all of these with you and more.
Talk to me in the comments, please:
What book would you add to this Summer Reading List?