This week’s Top Ten Tuesday on The Broke and the Bookish is: Ten Books On My Summer TBR. Well, last week I listed the books I’m looking forward to most coming out for the rest of the year so I’ll try to mix in a few that weren’t on there. Here are my top picks coming out this summer:
You’re Never Weird On the Internet (Almost) – Felicia Day (August 11)
Secondhand Souls – Christopher Moore (August 25)
And here are other books I’m really looking forward to reading – or re-reading, as the case may be:
A Year In Provence is more than two decades old now, but it’s one of my favourite expat memoirs, and I feel like it’s time for a re-read. It’s about a couple who gave up their jobs and lives in London to move to a small town in the south of France. Think Under the Tuscan Sun, but written from a male point of view and, you know, France instead of Italy. I think I actually like this a bit more, but it’s a tough call because I love them both. I’m reading a volume of Nick Hornby’s monthly “Stuff I’ve Been Reading” columns for Believer magazine right now, and I’m loving it. Ten Years in the Tub is the complete collection of all the articles he wrote over a ten-year period, and I’m torn between wanting to spread them out and save them and wanting to just drop everything and splash around in them until there aren’t any left. Brilliant, but fair warning, his discussion of books he’s been reading will add to your TBR exponentially!
Alright, that’s my most pressing summer reads, so now it’s your turn! Tell me what you can’t wait to read, what you thought of any of these you’ve read, and even try to change my mind by making recommendations in the comments!