Eh… Um… if you follow me on Twitter (please do!) then you know I had a bit of a panic attack today regarding getting engaged. I’ll give you guys more details of that tomorrow, I’m not really in the mood to write about it right now.
So, since my school year is pretty much over and I go back to working normal-human hours this week, I thought I’d share with you one of my summer goals: reading. I’ve never made a book list before, but I figure this is a good time to do it. I have from now until the last week in August to have free time in the evenings to read, so I figure I can get 10-15 books in over the next few months, if not more. I know that’s not a lofty goal, but I think it’s a reasonable one. My list consists of books I’ve had on my shelves for a few months that I’ve never gotten to, as well as some classics I’ve never read, and new one’s I’m interested in reading. My list consists of both traditional books as well as books on my Nook. I recently received a $40 Barnes and Noble gift card, and that’s going to go far in funding this summer project.
And so, without further ado, my summer reading list (in no particular order):
- Interview With a Vampire– Ann Rice
- The Gatecrasher- Madeleine Wickham
- The Bronze Horseman- Paullina Simons
- Mercy- Jodi Picoult
- Change of Heart– Jodi Picoult
- Keeping Faith– Jodi Picoult
- House Rules– Jodi Picoult
- Mini Shopaholic- Sophie Kinsella
- Water for Elephants- Sara Gruen
- The Queen’s Fool- Philippa Gregory
I’ll stop at 10 books, but if I can get through all of these with time to spare, then I’ll add some more on. I never proclaimed that they were particularly deep books, but they should be good for some entertaining reading. I’ll keep you posted on how I’m doing!