School has been over here in Georgia for well over a week now. My family and I just got home from a week at the beach. Yesterday was consumed with unpacking, grocery shopping, and lots and lots of laundry. Last night, as I finally sat down to relax, I couldn’t stop thinking about getting back to this blog and summer reading.
So, I thought my first post should be about summer reading plans. Throughout the school year, I always have a list of books that I want to read, but just don’t really have time to read. While I do read a lot during the school year, many books get set aside to tackle over the summer when I have more time.
I have two “To Be Read” lists– one is the stack of books I keep on my nightstand and the other is the list of unread books on my Kindle. Both include a mix of children’s books, grown-up books, and professional books that I want to read.
I do not go in order and often add books to the list. The list never really ends… I just keep adding to it. I always have something new to look forward to reading!
So, how do I choose what to read first? I really pick the book that I am most interested in or excited about reading. This week, I am reading this big, beautiful Reading Strategies Book by Jennifer Serravallo that came in the mail while I was away last week. I love book mail.
How do you choose what to read? Do you have a plan for your summer reading life? Share your TBR list or book stack in the comments!