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Summer Reading List 2016

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Summer means that it’s finally time to pull the ol’ Kindle out full time! For the first time EVER, I am not teaching summer school.  I was actually freaking out that I wasn’t sure how I was going to fill my days without it…and then I took at peek at my Kindle wishlist and realized that my days will be filled reading lots and lots of books!

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2016 Summer Reading List Lucky to Be in First

Last year, I created a list of books that I was reading and books that you should read! I’m back with another list for 2016!

This summer, I signed up for Kindle Unlimited.  For just $9.99 a month, you get unlimited access to millions of books and unlimited audible files, too! The best part – the first month is FREE! I’ve discovered some fun “summer reads” already! You can cancel anytime, so it’s definitely worth a try!

Okay, now it was VERY hard to narrow down the books I think you should read this summer! I was looking over my kindle and I read 46 books since last summer! However, here are my MUST reads for the summer!
2016 Summer Reading List Lucky to Be in First Books You Should Read

After You {great follow-up to Me Before You, which I recommended last summer!}
Eligible {a modern day Pride & Prejudice}
The Nest {A little family drama related to inheritance!}
The Ramblers {Thirty-somethings living in NYC – told from three points of view}
Orphan Train {Read this book in a day – couldn’t put it down!}
The Girl on the Train {A little Gone Girl-ish. Awesome storytelling!}
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society {I just loved this story! It’s told in letters amongst several characters – delightful little read!}
Brooklyn {SUCH a wonderful book! I plan to see the movie this summer}
Now, my reading list for the summer is a little ambitious! Thankfully, some of these books are pre-order, so they’ll just deliver to my Kindle as soon as they are released…giving me time to get through some of the others!
2016 Summer Reading List Lucky to Be in First Books I want to Read

 In Twenty Years
First Comes Love {I’m a sucker for any Emily Giffin book!}
The Island House {Nantucket – swoon!}
Here’s to Us
We Could Be Beautiful
All Summer Long {A book set in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, which is just incredible!}
A Lowcountry Wedding {the final book in this series! I’ve fallen in love with these characters!}
Modern Lovers
The Choices We Make
Mystic Summer
The Hopefuls

Want to share what you’re reading or what we must read? Link up!

Grab the images below, add the book covers and link up! I’m always looking for some great books to read & can’t wait to hear more suggestions!
2016 Summer Reading List Books You Should Read Lucky to Be in First2016 Summer Reading List Books I Want to Read Lucky to Be in First

Have a book you think I MUST read? Leave the title in the comments and I’ll check it out!

Slainte!

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7 Responses

  1. I love this linky! I remember you having this last year too and I got some great book suggestions! I’m definitely going to try All Summer Long. I love southern fiction! Thanks for hosting and being awesome!

  2. After you was SO good! I can’t wait to see Me Before You in the theaters. I watched Brooklyn last weekend. VERY good! Just like you I big time heart Emily Giffin! Can’t wait to read that one. 🙂

  3. I absolutely LOVE this linky! Thank you for sharing! I can’t wait to check out everyone’s suggestions! I am such a PD book nerd, so I love that you have given me a great variety of less serious FUN reads! I always want my students to LOVE reading, and I often forget to take time to read books just for fun.

  4. The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Steersman is a moral conundrum tale. A fabulous read for book clubs. The movie adaptation should be out this fall.

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