#10BooksofSummer20. My Summer Reading List.Cold Heart by Sean-Paul Thomas. Amazon UK

The idea is that you choose 10, 15 or 20 books that you think you will read over the summer, between June and September. I have chosen 10 that I would like to read. I am a mood reader so these may or may not change. I have added a variety so I still have lots of choice. Of course this may also change if I get offered to read something that just sounds to amazing to wait until after summer for.
I have read quite a few of Susan Willis’ short stories but I haven’t read this compilation yet and it’s been on my kindle for a while. I think these will be perfect summer reads with a cold drink.

I’ve just finished watching Big Little Lies, so I’m hoping this book will be just as good if not better.

Hattie Goes To Hollywood by Caroline James. Goodreads. Amazon UK

The Whisper Man by Alex North. Amazon UK

The Boy, The Fox, The Mole and The Horse by Charlie Mackesy. Goodreads

I have read a few of this Author’s books and all have been brilliant. I expect this will not disappoint.
If you have read any of these let me know your thoughts.

I was given this book by my brother and sister in law last Christmas. I have read it, but it is a book that is worth reading, re reading and flicking through.

I hope you all have a happy and safe summer of reading.
The final book in this list will be one that I will look through a lot over the summer. This is a book that has been talked a lot about on Twitter and the author has drawn lots of heart warming pictures and words that are appropriate for this time.
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Susan Willis Ten Short Reads. Goodreads
Here are my summer reads.

Children of the Enemy by DJ Swykert. Goodreads

Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty.
The Ex by Alafair Burke. Goodreads
And a couple from my bookshelf that have been there for a while.

It’s that time again! I participated in #BooksOfSummer last year and it was a nice way to keep track of what I’m reading and follow other readers in the books they chose.The original idea of this 10, 15 or 20 books of summer came from Cathy at 746books. You can read her post HERE!

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