PERSONAL POST - MY SUMMER READING


So working in a school means holidays and the big one the summer break - 6 whole weeks. Even though I am a librarian, reading should be second nature to me. But I honestly don't have the time after work which is frustrating. I see all my students reading all the time and I actually feel quite jealous as I want to be like that again. So these 6 weeks can't come quick enough. 

What I plan to do is read, relax and read some more. 


So this is my TBR pile that's been growing since Easter break and I can't wait to just knock those books down. So rather than reading 1 book a week - I know depressing, I want to read 3! Ambitious I'm not sure we'll have to see. I also have two 7 hour train journeys when I go on holiday to Cornwall so I intend to read during those and throughout my beach holiday also. 

So these are my top books to read this summer...




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This book is set in Cornwall and I honestly can't wait to read this when I'm on holiday. It's the perfect book right? 

I also want to read V.E. Schwab - I bought a couple of her books recently and I want to have a change in some of my reading and discover this author that everyone is talking about. 

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What are you reading this summer? Fancy a buddy read? Well look me up on Twitter and Instagram @NverJudgeaBook and lets chat!



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  1. I read A Darker Shade of Magic last summer and I LOVEEED it! I hope you love it too!

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