Title – Emerge (Website, Goodreads, Amazon)
Author – S. E. Hall (Website, Goodreads)
Published – May 15th 2013
Classification – Fiction
Summary – Laney is your sports-loving southern girl, raised by her Dad. When she starts dating Evan, they have the classic boy/girl next door romance. The time for college rolls around, however, and Laney and Evan’s relationship is changed through the transition. Between classes and sports practice, Laney tries to keep ties with old relationships and creating new ones. That is when Laney gets to know Dane and has to decide if opening up to him will compromise her relationship with Evan.
“A story of growing up, friendship, loyalty, first love, primal love…and life”
Title – Living Well Spending Less: 12 secrets to the good life (Website, Goodreads, Amazon)
Author – Ruth Soukup (Website, Goodreads)
Published – December 30th 2014
Classification – Non-Fiction
Summary – Ruth Soukup, a popular blogger of www.livingwellspendingless.com, published Living Well Spending Less to give her followers even more to be excited about! As Ruth puts it: “Through a combination of personal stories and practical action plans, this book will empower, enable, and inspire you to make real and lasting changes to your personal goals, finances, and homes in order to create the life you’ve always wanted—the Good Life”.
Title -The Slight Edge (Website, Goodreads, Amazon)
Author – Jeff Olson (Website, Goodreads)
Published – September 15th 2014 (the 8th anniversary edition)
Classification – Non-fiction, Self-help
Summary – The Slight Edge is a self-help book about doing little daily activities to reach your goal. This 8th anniversary edition of The Slight Edge includes mini testimonies about the slight edge in use.
Title – The Bookseller (Website, Goodreads, Amazon)
Author – Cynthia Swanson (Website, Goodreads)
Published – March 3rd 2015
Classification – Fiction
Summary – Kitty Miller enjoys her life as a single lady who owns a bookstore with her best friend Frieda. However, as her dreams of her alternative life become more and more real, Kitty wonders if she is really as satisfied as she thought she was.
June is here and the weather is warming up. I just spent Memorial Weekend at the family trottage (cottage/trailer..it is a thing), which is prime for making a dent in my reading list.
Plus, I am all done with classes and you know what that means…
I am finished worrying about assignments and I can resume worrying about getting the next book done!
Just kidding. Reading is not stressful.
Anyway, I wanted to share my 2016 Summer Reading List (in no particular order). Here it is: