2020 Summer Reading List!

 

I have always loved reading, but recently I’ve really grown as a reader and learned to truly love reading as a writer. Bella Putt, a fellow writer and friend of mine, recently posted her summer reading list and it really made me want to do the same! You can check out her post here: https://bellaputt.com/my-2020-summer-booklist/ Please let me know if you like this bookish content and if you want me to do more of it in the future, whether that be book reviews, book lists, or anything else you’d like to see!

 

Fiction

-Turtles All the Way Down by John Green

-Our Dark Duet by V.E. Schwab

-The Penderwicks on Gardam Street by Birdsall

-The Two Towers and Return of the King by J.R.R. Tolkien (I confess I haven’t finished the series! I picked it up a while ago when I was just getting serious about reading and wasn’t too commited to finishing books. About halfway through The Two Towers I got busy with homework, so I took a break from reading in general. But, I  plan to finally finish it over the summer. Fingers crossed!)

-The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis

-Children of Blood and Bone by Adeyemi

-The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins

-The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan (And hopefully the rest of the series)

-Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson

 

Non-Fiction:

-This Changes Everything by Jaquelle Crowe

-Do Hard Things by Brett and Alex Harris

-Writer to Writer by Gail Carson Levine

-Writing Magic by Gail Carson Levine

(I skimmed all four of the books above a couple summers ago, but I never really dove into them, and I didn’t finish Writing Magic. So here I am back at it again!)

-The Anatomy of Story by John Truby

 

I am sure that this list will change and books will definitely be added and I might not get to all of them, but I’m excited anyways! I’m super excited to engulf myself in these books this summer. I would love to hear your summer reading plans or your thoughts on these books below.

5 thoughts on “2020 Summer Reading List!

  1. Yay, so excited for you to finish reading The Lord of the Rings! Also, The Anatomy of Story is amazing (you’re welcome to borrow it from me when you want to read it)! 🙂

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  2. Looks like a great list!

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  3. Ahh, this list is fantastic!

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