Book Lists For "Seasonal" Readers
Let Reading Take You Away!
I have quite a few articles (or lenses) on Squidoo with reading "lists". More than one is about "Summer Reading".
Do people just read in the summer? I doubt it.
We read for many reasons and for many seasons.
Stick around and find out more reasons and seasons to read.
I tend to like to read books that are set in the place I am visiting.
For example, I found John D. MacDonald and his Travis McGee series when vacationing on Sanibel Island, FL.
Randy Wayne White is another Florida author similar to MacDonald. You can find a few of their books in the Amazon list below. Yes, I picked the books out for your reading list!
Summertime Beachy Books I Highly Recommend:
I have read all of these novels. Yes, they are mysteries--my favorite genre. These books are also set in my favorite beachy places: Florida and Martha's Vineyard.
(comments in the blue boxes below are mine)
Do you pay attention to the "Summer Reading" lists?
When all the media (NPR, Today Show, CBS Sunday Morning) come out with their Summer Reading lists, do you pay attention?
Do you pay attention to "reading lists" you see in the media?
Here are books I have read because they remind me of Colorado, skiing, fly-fishing, and the wonderful out-door west.
Each author has been successful, for me, in capturing the beauty of the setting for their books. I can just see myself there!
(comments in italics about the books are from Amazon.com; bold comments are mine)
A "Casual Book" List - Books for escape in a casual way--no thinking involved.
A blog entry by a librarian recuperating from surgery!
Any book on MY casual list would need to be small in size (think "paperback") and large-ish print.
Click on the link below to find out about this "Casual Reading List".
- Casual Reading Recouperating from Surgery
What a librarian reads.
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Books I like for rainy days. I tend to choose English mysteries. Is this cliche?
(comments are from Amazon.com)
Give me your theme ideas. Or you can put a link to your lens or web page about reading lists.