Created by and with thanks to That Artsy Reader! This week’s prompt is triggering a lot of year-long reading shame…
1. Anna K. by Jenny Lee
Oh, Anna K. I’ve wanted to read you since last summer, as part of a Summer of Bookish Love romance readathon; but I read a bad book, and it put me in a slump, and then Midnight Sun came along and wiped all my non-Twilight reading productivity off the board, and somehow, you were sidelined. This summer, I swear…
2. Again Again by E. Lockhart
This is another one I’ve owned for a year, and meant to read for a year. Here’s hoping for more successful summer reading this year…
3. Tweet Cute by Emma Lord
Once more: I really have no excuse for the fact that I’ve wanted to read this since last summer, and owned it since last winter. For shame, me. For shame.
5. Face It by Debbie Harry
COVID permitting, I’ll be fulfilling a 2020 Christmas present and seeing Blondie in concert with Garbage this autumn–so doesn’t it seem the perfect summer-autumn transition book, and the perfect way to get excited for not just this concert, but getting to go to any concert again??
What are your summer reading plans?