Jun 012015


Cathy @ 746  is hosting a challenge to read 20 books between June 1st and September 4th. There is also an an option to read 10.

Here are the books I read:

1. What I Thought I Knew: A Memoir by Alice Eve Cohen

2. Exile: Book 3 of Guy Erma and the Son of Empire by Sally Ann Melia

3. Return to Food: The Life-Changing Anti-Diet by Sherry Strong

4. It Was Me All Along by Andie Mitchell

5. For Your Love by Beverly Jenkins

6. Sammy Steals the Show by Emlyn Chand

7. Conquer Your Pain in 9 Steps by Carole Staveley

8. The Joy of Ballpark Food: From Hot Dogs to Haute Cuisine by Bennett Jacobstein

9. Relish: My Life In The Kitchen by Lucy Knisley

10. Twenty Dinners by Ithai Schori and Chris Taylor

11. Geared for the Grave (The Cycle Path Mysteries #1) by Duffy Brown

12. Dark Wine Waters by Fran Simone

13. Stepdog by Nicole Galland

14. Method 15/33 by Shannon Kirk

15. The Fall Of Icarus by N. R. Bates

16. A Modern Way to Eat by Anna Jones

17. No Poverty Between the Sheets by Pauline Kiely

18. Bake Happy by Judith Fertig

19. A Remarkable Kindness by Diana Bletter

20. Just Mini Cocktails: Cocktails and Party Drinks by Robert Zollweg


 Posted by at 11:23 PM

  11 Responses to “20 Books Of Summer 2015”

  1. Good luck with your 20! I’ve not read a single one of the books you mentioned. Have heard of a few. Enjoy!

  2. Good luck with this! I haven’t read any of these either.

  3. Wishing you success on the challenge. I started listening to Delicious on audio and need to get back to it.

  4. Tiny Beautiful Things was my pick for the Estella Society summer project so I’m hoping to reread it and review it (I must be mad!!). Thanks for joining in the 20 Books of Summer challenge, you have a great list there!

  5. The Jerusalem Cook Book looks wonderful. I love summer reading.

  6. Vicki, I have only read a few of the books on your list, but I’d like to read more of them. Many of the titles, are new to me.

  7. I love that you included a cookbook – great idea – I wish I’d the same now 🙂

  8. All the best with your challenge! My husband and I both undertook a reading one at GoodReads. We’re staying on target. 🙂

    From your list, I like Flowers for Algernon. I’ll be interested to know what you think about Cheryl Strayed’s book. My husband and I both enjoyed the movie, Wild, based on a book she wrote.

  9. A completely new selection for me on your 20 Books for Summer- good luck with the challenge.

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