I have decided to bite the bullet again and join in this challenge. I was fairly successful last year with 12 books, so I am aiming high this time again but if I can land at 15 I will be most pleased.
This challenge is hosted by Cathy at 746 Books here. The challenge runs from 1 June until the 1 September and it is moveable challenge from 10, 15 or 20 books. Need to change your list, then change your list. What could be a more flexible way of getting some of the books of the shelf.
So as to my initial 20. I have taken books that were on last years list (in blue) and I have still not read and moved them onto this one and then filled in the gaps! Now will the books in blue make it off the list?
- Lucinda Riley – The Missing Sister
- Angela Thirkell – High Rising
- Sara Sheridan – Celtic Cross
- Hazel Prior – Life and Otter Miracles
- Emylia Hall – The Shell House Detectives
- Daphne Du Maurier – Rebecca
- Juliet Greenwood – The Shakespeare Sisters
- M H Eccleston – Death on the Isle
- Alison Goodman – The Benevolent Society of Ill-Mannered Ladies
- Ruth Jones – Love Untold
- P.G.Wodehouse – Jeeves & Wooster unknown title yet!
- Agatha Christie – unknown title yet!
- Robert Galbraith – Ink Black Heart
- Alex Hay – The Housekeepers
- Trisha Ashley – The Wedding Dress Repair Shop
- Sue Teddern – Annie Stanley All At Sea
- Dawn French – Because of You
- Heidi Swain – The Book Lover’s Retreat
- Penny Parkes – Maybe Tomorrow
- James Henry – Morning Frost
With a mix of physical books and books from my netgalley list, some quite recent, others older and a reread chucked in, I am hoping there is enough there to keep my interest.
Do let me know if you decide to join in?
4 thoughts on “20 Books of Summer”
Rebecca is so good and you can’t really go wrong with Christie! Thanks for taking part – good luck and happy reading x
That looks like a good, varied list. Rebecca is one of my favourite books! I hope you enjoy The Missing Sister – I loved that one and have the final Seven Sisters book on my own list.
Rebecca is the only one that I have read, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did/do, it’s one of the few books that I’ve re-read, more than once.