Step aside, wicked White Walkers…Summer is coming!
(No, I couldn’t resist a Game of Thrones reference…)
Okay, perhaps there’s still a few days left on the calendar before the official summer solstice begins. However, now is definitely the time for you to get busy.
Busy doing what, you ask?
Cleaning the grill to get ready for endless summer barbeques? Sure.
Putting away your sweaters and unpacking your shorts and swimwear? Of course.
Unboxing your collection of gaudy, plastic margarita glasses? Well, yeah.
But most importantly, it’s time to begin picking out your summer reads!
C’mon, it’s time again for more memorable hours spent taking some family vacation time and escaping into realms of enjoyment while your spouse swims, the kids play, and the dogs snooze.
It’s time for you to fall head over heels for the juiciest romances, kick back with the most charming chick-lit, patio chair lounging over plot-twisting mysteries, lying pool-side with paranormals, tree hammock haranguing with some horror, and umbrella sitting with sci-fi. Remember last year when you experienced some of the best reads that you could have ever set your eyes upon?
Well, it time once again to “read-rave-repeat,” my dearest bookworms!
Below are the two novels that are prominent on my summer reads list. In fact, they’re already purchased, downloaded onto my Kindle, and ready to delve into.
First on my list is Old Man's War, which is book #1 in John Scalzi’s epic space fantasy series of the same name. First debuting in 2007, Scalzi had made quite a name for himself with this unique spin on the space-faring hero, only this time in the body of a much older person than we’re used to rooting for. Since then, the series has continued a successful reign and Scalzi has become as a proven high-quality author. I’m excited about reading the first book!
Next, I selected a work from one of the most gifted and inspirational masters of fiction, the incomparable Neil Gaiman. His 2013 hit, The Ocean at the End of the Lane, captured my attention and practically insisted to be purchased. Coming from an amazing author like Gaiman, how could I possibly refuse? Suffice to say, I’m more than eager to read it.
But enough about me, let’s get back to YOU.
What’s on your summer read list? Drop me a line and let me know.
Now, get busy and go purchase some summer reads.
Oh, and while you’re at it, perhaps you could refill my iced tea glass and made sure my barbeque has a side order of extra sauce.
Ahh, thank you.
As always, enjoy life; be kind to those around you, and Happy Reading! Peace.