If the pandemic didn’t throw my reading life into a tailspin, the last two to three weeks haven’t really helped it much. I managed one book last month.
- Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson. This is my second “must-read pick” from the Modern Mrs. Darcy Summer Reading Guide. I must say that it was not what I expected and it is outside my normal reading genre but I don’t regret reading it.
- Untamed by Glennon Doyle. I am LOVING this book! I have restarted it and am journaling through it, chapter by chapter.
- The Cruelest Month by Louise Penny. It’s my third Louise Penny this year. I will be to completing the Modern Mrs. Darcy Reading Challenge: three books by one author. I can’t decide whether I like this series or not. The fourth book in the series is on hold at my local library for curbside pick-up so there’s that.
- The Lovely War by Julie Berry. This was the Modern Mrs. Darcy Book Club pick for May. Greek mythological beings in a World War I setting, call me intrigued. I still am; just not in the mood right now.
In Case You Were Wondering
The Modern Mrs. Darcy’s Summer Reading Guide is the quintessential guide to a fun summer reading experience. You can get your own copy here. Anne also does a Quick Lit post every month discussing what she is currently reading, to which I am linking this post. If you’re here because of her, I can’t thank her, and you, enough.
I hope you’re reading more than I seem to be able to right now.