My Summer Reading List.

Plans for my summer reading.

As some of you may be aware I am planning on taking a break from Blog Tours over the three months of the summer as work gets crazily busy, I work in a tourist destination and this means long hours and not much time for reading. Even though this was a tough call to make it was also the best call, this way I am not letting any organisers down if I struggle to meet a schedule, also it means I am not rushing to read a book and possibly not enjoying it as much as I should.

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As well as working I do like to get out in my garden, mainly vegetables and some flowers, walking around beautiful Cornwall gardens, coastline and hidden away places. I always have a book with me and my camera.

Then there are my two dogs Billy and Buster, I couldn’t resist putting them in this post. They alert me to the postman/woman arriving so I can intercept (this translates as hides some of the books hehehe) the books that I have bought or been sent 🙂

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So I thought I would make a list of the books that are at the top of my list from my TBR, I have photo’s “woohoo” so you see my physical books and then I will mention some of the books on my kindle. I am obviously not going to be able to read all the books that I am going to list, but it will be great to look back and see how I got on.

So here they are:

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Now to those I have on my Kindle:

I have managed to buy various book series on my kindle and the vast majority are from recommendations and reviews from fellow Book Bloggers. The series I really want to read are

Angela Marsons – DI Kim Stone series. I have heard so many good things about this author and I’m really looking forward to reading this series. ( I know I will get many “about time” comments about this lol)

Barbara Copperthwaite: I was over the moon to have won a copy of “Flowers for The Dead” and it is an amazing read. I have since bought all her other books and I am desperate to read them all.

I love the covers and the sound of Bella Osbourne’s “Ottercombe Bay” series and have quite a few of these ready for the odd sunny summers day reading that I may get.

I have been collecting Karin Slaughter books and as yet have not read any, so another new to me author that I am excited to read.

I don’t know if I dare mention that I have not read any Anne Cleaves (Oh I know the shame of it), my husband loves to watch the series Vera and I must admit to following it and cannot wait to get into these and the Shetland ones.

So as you are all responsible for this rather large Kindle (1,122) and also physical books (500+) it will probably be increasing rather than decreasing, as there are some fantastic books coming out. I have a couple of questions for you…….

  1. What book/ series would you start with ?
  2. What is not on my list that should be ? ( I cannot believe I am asking this as I know I will be adding even more to my groaning TBR 🙂  )

 

Any hows, I have to go to work ( surprise, surprise) and I will catch up with you all later. Have fun and read lots

Yvonne xx

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30 thoughts on “My Summer Reading List.

  1. Good luck with your reading plans over the summer. I have quite a few of the books on your photos that I’m desperate to get to, especially the Stuart Turton and the Sharon Bolton. Billy and Buster would be a distraction for me though – they are both adorable.

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  2. Your book sta.ck is beautiful! As are your two sweet dogs. So many good titles, I wouldn’t know where to begin! Happy Reading, have a lovely break!

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  3. Good grief Yvonne, I think that might be more than I’ll manage this year! I’ve also got The Lost Letters of William Woolf to read, as well as It’s Who we Are. I’m away this week and hoping to catch up with some reading. Enjoy your Blog Tour break and hope you get through your pile xx

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  4. You are not alone! I am FINALLY going to start the Kim Stone series this month. You gotta read The Girl in the Ice! Fantastic series! I also have The Outsider and The Craftsman on my summer TBR 😊

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  5. Oh wow, what a fab selection! I really should catch up on some of my own books as well at some point xx

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  6. Your dogs are so cute!! Can’t wait till I can get a dog of my own 😍 You’ve got an amazing list there, I’d love to hear what you think of the Stephen King’s, both of which I still have to read!

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