I wasn’t a give reader when I was in school. I read more in college than I’ve read during the rest of my life. Seriously.
I can think of one summer reading assignment I completed. Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell. It was assigned the summer before my freshman year in college. I thought it was a great book, but I’ve not gone back to read any of his other books.
What’s your take on summer reading?
No, I’m not going to tell y’all which books I’ll be reading over the summer months because I honestly have no idea. And no, I’m not going to link to some article that tells you what you should be reading. BUT I am making a little change here. I want to know about your summer reading habits! Y’all are well aware by now that I don’t care what any other person reads because another person’s reading has absolutely nothing to do with me. But I am curious to know if your reading habits change during the summer months.
I’m seeing article after article (not blog posts) about summer reading and books perfect for reading in the summer, and I just don’t get it. Are we allowed to read certain books during certain months of the year now? Are there books that are currently “in season”? This all sounds ridiculous to me, but I’m thinking I’m just out of the loop here. Are the summer months more conducive to specific stories? I’ve never tailored my reading to the seasons, but I also never said I have any idea about anything.
Anyway, do your reading habits change at all during the summer months? How so?
On this day in 2014 I published Introduction of my TBR Piggy!.