What’s on Your Summer Reading List?

I could review a book I’ve read…OR I could share with you what some lovely bookish ladies in my life are reading this summer. I am so excited about what is on my reading list for the next couple months and I knew a few people who would be equally excited about their own list.

The following are the five books on the summer reading lists of a series of folks in the writing and publishing world! I have linked to all of them so can check out these titles and add them to your own list! Don’t forget to share about your summer reading list in the comments!

Gina Dalfonzo

Editor of BreakPoint.org and author of One By One, one of the titles on my own list

Chris Jager

Fiction buyer at Baker Book House

Amelia Rhodes

Author of Pray A to Z

Hint: She’s working on a follow up to Pray A to Z. Get excited for that!

Lindsay Gustafson

Owner of Apricot Services

Ann Byle

Freelance writer and author

Rachel Watson

Journalist with The Grand Rapids Business Journal

My own list

Literate human

Baker Book Houses’s Summer Reading Program

Summer reading programs are not just for kids anymore! Baker Book House has become one of my favorite spots to do work in Grand Rapids and they are offering a great summer program for kids, but an even better one for grown ups!

If you’re in the West Michigan area, stop in and pick up their brochure. If you read 6 books that fall in one of the many categories in the brochure between now and August 26, you will receive a fantastic ceramic travel mug and FREE coffee in that mug for the rest of the year. I’m not kidding, people! Just for reading books! (Jury is out if coffee can be substituted with tea, but regardless, I want the mug!)

Don’t forget to let me know what you’ll be reading in the comments below!

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4 thoughts on “What’s on Your Summer Reading List?

  1. Well, now. My summer reading list just doubled — so many good books in these lists! I’ll add two from my already-too-long list: In the Beauty of the Lilies by John Updike (oldest son’s recommendation) and The Great Emergence by Phyllis Tickle. Let the reading begin!

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    1. Right? My grew like crazy as well! (I had to limit the amount of titles recommended, sadly.)
      Updike is always a great read. I haven’t read that one, so my list continues to grow 😉

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