Hot Reading Fun in the Summertime

Summer reading, books

There are still a couple of hardcopy magazines that I subscribe to and O The Oprah Magazine is one of them. While the digital versions are good, I have to admit at times I am still old school and love the idea and feel of flipping through a hard copy magazine or a good book. Each month O The Oprah Magazine features a section dedicated to recommended good reads and new releases. I love combing through those lists to see what books may pique my interest. This month there is a great section dedicated to What A Book Can Do that offers some excellent suggested reads.

Summer reading is an adventurous and educational leisure pursuit. During these scorching hot summer months, it’s time to grab some of your favorite books, retreat to your favorite nesting spot and read to your heart’s content. A book can transport you to a different world and transform the way you absorb, and explore the world of words.

So, what are you reading this summer?

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2 thoughts on “Hot Reading Fun in the Summertime

  1. I’m reading Zadie Smith, NW. It’s more experimental than White Teeth, and it works for me to some level, but at the same time keeps the craft at the forefront of my mind. Before that I read Liane Moriarty, The Hypnotist’s Love Story. Loved it. The writing is so good, it’s delicious 🙂

  2. Awesome! Sounds like you are a voracious reader! 😀 I had a stack of books on my shelf that I didn’t read yet that have been there for years. So, I am slowing my roll for now with buying more books and focusing on my older reads. Right now I am finishing up one that’s been on my shelf for a while, “Freedom” by Jonathan Franzen. Thanks so much for sharing and HAPPY READING! 🙂

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