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Summer Reading

How many of you will be engaged in a bit of reading this summer? How much reading do you think you’ll get done over the summer? Will your children be reading over the summer as well? Do you and your child/children read together or do you each do you own reading separately?

My summer reading usually goes the same as it does the rest of the year. I don’t normally go by any list made by any of the “experts” (although some of the stuff I’ve read has ended up on some of these lists without my knowing until after I looked at them). I usually just pick my books at random based on what I am interested in and what I feel like reading at the moment (I tend to move around a few different genre’s, it keeps me from getting bored with the same thing over and over again).

Please, feel free to share any reading you’ll be doing this summer in the comments section. I do take suggestions from friends, even if I don’t necessarily follow what the experts say about a particular book.

4 thoughts on “Summer Reading

  1. I am reading few non fiction this summer. I have just finished “The compound effect” by Darren Hardy. It is one good book that tells us how our efforts be it positive or negative compounds to make us what we are today.

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  2. I am hell bent on reading atleast 4 to 5 books during this summer. I had purchased Amazon Kindle two years back but couldnot read much because real life took me over and I did not find enough time.

    Today, maybe because if COVID19 and that I had moved up the hierarchy at job, I have enough time. Wants to dust our my Kindle and read more.

    Reading mode ON.

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    1. I’m not going to read certain books this summer, I’m just going to go by what I feel like reading at that moment. I switch back and forth between several different genres. This allows me to not get bored easily because I’m switching it up.


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