Another monthly post we’re trying to add in regularly is sharing the books we are currently reading. I love to find posts on this topic on other blogs–I am always looking for something new to read! I used to read more than I do now, and these days most of what I pick is within a fun, lighthearted genre. At the end of the day, I just want something mindless and happy.
I order most of my books on Kindle, that way I can read them on my phone or I keep an inexpensive Kindle Fire by my bed to read on so I don’t ruin my eyes reading on my phone (it may be too late!). I still love a real book, but it is so convenient to download a book as soon as you are ready for a new one that these days I gravitate toward a kindle version. My son and I also share a Kindle Unlimited subscription, they don’t have all the latest books but I can always find something new to read when searching their inventory.
Here is what I have read that is worth sharing recently.
The Summer Wives by Beatriz Williams. She is one of my favorite authors and this one of her newest novels did not disappoint. Again, it’s set in the 1950’s and 60’s and has a bit of intrigue and a captivating storyline. I have enjoyed every book she’s written.
I mentioned this series earlier this summer but I think it is worth a repeat, there is nothing like reading a great series of books that build on each other and The Summer Wives by Beatriz Williams, The Secret to Southern Charm and The Southern Side of Paradise were fun reads. I really enjoyed the characters in this story about a mother and her three daughters. If you missed enjoying them by the pool it isn’t too late, cozy up with this series this fall.
This book is exquisite, if you like flowers and have your favorites (like peonies, lilies, roses, hydrangea) Martha breaks down each flower by care, needs and uses but the photography is so beautiful you forget it is essentially a resource guide to growing flowers. This book makes a perfect gift for any gardener in your life, I know I will enjoy having it around to page through during the dark days of winter
That’s all I have for today! I hope you all have a great weekend!