This is a very different post, straying from my usual, “wash your face” and, “this is the best way to apply bronzer” posts– so please, bear with me as I try to explain.
Lately, I have been getting into reading- and for those of you who know me: you’re probably confused. I have never been a reader and it always puzzled me how people could read… for fun. Now, reading has become my favorite way to pass time (although I prefer to read while also listening to the audio version… it helps me focus!)– I can’t believe I can say that without laughing afterwards.
Down below I listed not only the books I’ve read but also the ones on my wishlist (I’ll update this post as I finish more throughout the summer)
*read books that interest you before school takes over with boring ones!*
“What She Knew” by Gilly MacMillan a mystery about a boy who goes missing, narrated by both his mother and the detective on the case
“Twenty Boy Summer” by Sarah Ockler a light summer read about two teenagers’ adventures on vacation– with enough drama that you can’t put it down
“Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother” by Amy Chua a Chinese mother sharing her experience raising children in America, the Chinese way *this was my assigned summer reading for school and I wouldn’t have picked it up on my own but it was weirdly interesting and I finished it in 1 day*
“The Summer I Turned Pretty” by Jenny Han a teenager’s experience in her summer home when all of the pieces start to fall into place
on my wishlist links to descriptions are included:
The rest of “The Summer I Turned Pretty” trilogy
“The Husbands Secret” by Liane Moriarty
“This is Where it Ends” by Marieke Nijkamp
“The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett” by Chelsea Sedoti
“The Woman in Cabin 10” by Ruth Ware
Anything by Sarah Ockler!!