May 192022
 

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Cathy is again hosting the 20 Books of Summer Reading Challenge

The challenge runs from June 1 – September 1
You can either read 20, 15, or 10 books
You can even drop your goal from 20 to 15or even 10
You can read all the details HERE

 I’ve been in a really long reading slump so I plan on reading
mostly the shorter books that have been piling up on my Kindle

I plan to read at least ten of these books:
1. Love Story by Erich Segal
2. The Five Wishes of Mr. Murray McBride by Joe Siple
3. The Final Wish of Mr. Murray McBride by Joe Siple
4. Johnny Got His Gun by Dalton Trumbo
5. The Happiness Recipe by Rebecca C. Morrison
6. The Puma Years: A Memoir by Laura Coleman
7. Still Celebrating: Stories of Remembrance and Grace by Cynthia Shiver
8. The Rocky Orchard by Barbara Monier
9. Between Sundays: Stories From Childhood, Lessons For Life by Nathan Thompson
10. Winter Solstice by Rosamunde Pilcher
11. Find It in Everything by Drew Barrymore
12. The Dog That Saved Me by Tom Toler
13. Journey into The Apostolic by Bill Easter
14. The Passing Storm by Christine Nolfi
15. Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate DiCamillo
16. Keeping the Promise by Ken Oder
17. Life at 10 Meters: Lessons From an Olympic Champion by Laura Wilkinson
18. Down Right Joy: Joyful Stories Of Raising A Child With Special Needs by Tony D’Orazio
19. Lassie Come-Home by Eric Knight
20. Love at First Bark by Dana Mentink

 Posted by at 2:38 PM

  16 Responses to “10 Books of Summer ’22”

  1. Winter Solstice is such a good book! I read Love Story many years ago (and saw the movie) and remember sobbing at the end.

    I’m getting my list ready to post this weekend. I love making lists! 🙂

    • I saw Love Story when it was in the theater. I was 13 and I loved it! I’ve had the book for a long time but haven’t read it yet.

  2. ‘m working on my list as well; I love this challenge. Winter Solstice was a wonderful book. I like that you have several animal stories as well.

  3. I have a few of these on my kindle so will watch for your reviews. Good luck with the challenge!

    • Thanks Mary! I’ve added so many books to my Kindle that I haven’t read yet. This is going to help me get some of them read.

  4. Looks like a good summer reading list! The only one I’ve read is Because of Winn Dixie and I really enjoyed it.

    • I had barely started it and got sidetracked by a review book. Never picked it up again so it’s been sitting in my tbr list for a really long time.

  5. Looks like a good list! I’ve no idea what I’ll be reading for those three months yet, but hopefully there will be lots of good books for both of us!
    Happy reading!

  6. I liked The Puma Years, all about wild animals and their preservation.

  7. I have read a few of the books on your list. My issue lately has been posting reviews. Partially it’s been laziness. Will be happy to get back on a reading schedule again!

    • Some of these books have been on my Kindle for a very long time. Some I’ve started and then stopped, not because they weren’t good, but because my reading has been terrible for quite some time.

      I’ve been in a reading/reviewing/posting slump for a long while. I’m hoping I do good with this challenge and get my groove back.

  8. Yay for summer reading lists!! You should have a good time with that list.

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