#5OnMyTBR: Summer reading

5 on my tbr

#5OnMyTBR is a new weekly meme hosted by E. @ Local Bee Hunter’s Nook  and you can learn more about it in her announcement post. It’s a way to talk about the books that are on our TBRs and we still haven’t gotten to! You can find each week’s prompts on here or come up with your own.

Today’s prompt is: summer reads!

I suspect everyone’s definition of a summer read is not the same, and I know I’m much more likely to keep big and difficult books as a beach read than read something lighthearted that I can read all year even during uni and exams. But I tried to let go of my own definition and chose books on my TBR that just give me summer vibes, and this is what I came up with.

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📙 Going Off Script by Jen Wilde

📙 Color Outside the Lines (anthology)

📙 Rainbow Islands by Devin Harnois

📙 So Forward by Mina V. Esguerra

📙 The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune

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What are 5 summer reads on your TBR? What does summer read mean to you?

4 thoughts on “#5OnMyTBR: Summer reading

  1. I love that my definition of a summer read is almost completely the opposite 😂 I went with the meaning of something fun and lighthearted because I tend to read bigger, more heartbreaking books during the year, and if I’m on holiday during summer I’ll try relax

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    1. i totally get that! i’ll still read lighthearted stuff in summer but that doesn’t feel weird because i do that all year, but i like the type of focus and mindlessness that i can achieve only at the beach and that allows me to really enjoy big fantasy books 😀


    1. ahah i guess it’s because i’ve always lived by the sea (well, 40 minutes away) so to me when i was living in italy it’s always been 2-3 months of beach…..lots of time to tackle several long novels lmao! but i definitely wouldn’t even try if i had only a one week vacation somewhere fsdhk

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