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Vacation Books (and 100 Followers!)

First of all, I would just like to mention that I’ve reached 100 followers! Thank you to all of you who follow my blog. I am incredibly appreciative. 🙂


I’ll be going on vacation in a few weeks and I’m already trying to figure out which books I am going to pack in my suitcase. The problem (aside from the fact that I probably spend way too much time thinking about these things) is that I am terrible at planning reading lists. I constantly come up with lists of what books I want to read next or during a certain time frame, only to completely throw the list out the window two days later. I had a long list of books I wanted to finish in the duration of 2017, but instead if picking up one of those this week I started re-reading Rebecca and Harry Potter again. Heh.

I have no idea what books I’ll take on vacation with me, but there are a few new releases hitting shelves soon that I am interested in. Maybe I’ll bring one of those with me…or not…who knows! 😛

These are some July releases that I am looking forward to checking out:


Because You Love to Hate Me by various authors


The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell


Shadow (Wendy Darling) by Colleen Oakes


What kinds of books do you like to bring on vacation with you? 


5 thoughts on “Vacation Books (and 100 Followers!)

  1. Congratulations on 100 followers! That’s an awesome milestone 🙂 Have a great vacation. I’ll be going on vacay in a few weeks and plan on reading some Neil Gaiman. I haven’t read any of his work before, but found a lot of bloggers LOVE his stuff. So, I’m excited to start those books.

    Right now I’m reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. I’m enjoying it but I wish it was in novel format. I feel like I’m missing something!
    Jo-Ann at Inspiration Pie

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    1. I looove Neil Gaiman! Definitely check out The Graveyard Book and Ocean at the End of the Lane.

      As much as I adore the Harry Potter books the Cursed Child didn’t do much for me either. It’s a very different experience reading a play vs. a novel.


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