#20BooksOfSummer…maybe…

I tried this last year and failed miserably! Planning my reading is something I have never been great at.

Don’t get me wrong, if I am on a Blog Tour I will be 100% reliable, if I request a proof I will always read it. But sometimes a glittery new book grabs my attention and I am off, like a magpie, eyes wide, chasing the shiny thing.

So don’t hold me to this list. This is the list I came up with today after days of leaving piles in random places around the house and manically counting, groaning and changing my mind. Ask me tomorrow and who knows!

But I need to get this post written, I need to commit, so this is the stack…

I think…

They are a complete mixture of new releases, books I have had for ages, second hand copies and lovely gifted proofs.

I solemnly swear to do my best…

The List…#20BooksOfSummer…

  • Sea Wife – Amity Gauge
  • Exciting Times – Naoise Dolan
  • The Back Up Plan – Elsie McArthur
  • The Night of the Flood – Zoe Somerville
  • The Cat and The City – Nick Bradley
  • The Sound Mirror – Heidi James
  • It’s Gone Dark Over Bill’s Mother’s – Lisa Blower
  • The Pull of the Stars – Emma Donoghue
  • The Misadventures of Evie Epworth – Matson Taylor
  • Shuggie Bain – Douglas Stuart
  • Constellations – Sinead Gleeson
  • On Beauty – Zadie Smith
  • The Harpy – Megan Hunter
  • Fleishman is in Trouble – Taffy Brodesser-Akner
  • On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous – Ocean Vuong
  • The Most Fun We Ever Had – Claire Lombardo
  • Gingerbread – Helen Oyeyemi
  • My Brilliant Friend – Elena Ferrante
  • A Closed Eye – Anita Brookner

So, Three months, 93 days and 20 books…

And I am already behind the curve!!! The idea of #20BooksOfSummer is the fab idea of @cathy746books.

This summer I promise I will do my best!

Rachel x

3 thoughts on “#20BooksOfSummer…maybe…

  1. I’ve already started reading a book that wasn’t on my list. It can be flexible. I didn’t reach my goal last year and I don’t think I will this year but its fun to try. Don’t worry about it. Its a good incentive to read those books we’ve had for a while but don’t feel pressured. Have fun

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