Not sure what to pick-up on your next trip to the library? We've got you covered. Below are seven must-read fiction books that are perfect for summer reading.
If you're like me, you have a tendency to put everyone else's needs ahead of your own. When that happens, I try to remind myself, if I want my children to be avid readers then I need to read in front of them. I've always wanted to be part of a book club, but I worried it was a commitment I wouldn't be able to follow through with... The stress of it always freaked me out. That is until I joined the Peanut Blossom Book Club for Recovering Readers over on Facebook.
I know, I know, it is a little non-conventional. That's what I love about it. Learn all the ins-and-out of how it works here.
I adore the stress-free nature of this free online Book Club. Each month, I get a great book suggestion and no pressure to need to finish the title. This lack of commitment seems to make me plow right through the books (that and because they've all been wonderful so far). I also love all the personal discussion at our "monthly book club party."
Want to join too? Request to be part of the group here.
7 Incredible Fiction Books You Should Read This Summer
Summer is a wonderful time to read. Grab these titles for your next vacation or for reading on the porch at home. Each of these fiction books is light and playful -- perfect for summer. I read each of these books the Peanut Blossom Book Club for Recovering Readers, so after you read the book, if you want you can still pop over and participate in past discussion.
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