Twitterature {July Edition}…

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Today I’m linking up with Anne over at Modern Mrs. Darcy for Twitterature, where we discuss what we are reading only condensed tweet size.

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Not today, but Someday by Lori L. Otto-

this book was YA but truthfully I’d be mortified (I think) if my teen read it. Lots of teen angsty stuff. The main (female) character’s dad had an affair and pretty much destroys their family. She seems to feel this only happened to her and that she is therefore justified in never considering anyone else’s feelings. Ever. It was a little much for me, honestly.

 

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Em and The Big Hoom by Jerry Pinto-

This is a book club book that I just haven’t gotten to yet. I read on vacation, but not as much as I’d hoped.

 

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Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris-

I waited a really long time to read this book because I’m not at all a fan of the “trashy” lit genre. That being said, they series was gifted to me, on kindle, ages ago and vacation seemed like a good time to try it. While I’d hesitate to recommend it unless you LOVE Vampires, don’t mind trashy books and are looking for that fits both of those, surprisingly, I liked it. Several friends and I are fans of the tv series and it was very interesting in that regard.

 

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A Loving Life by Paul E. Miller-

I’m still picking away at this. It’s a three-month book club and not a short book, but it feels very meaty. Maybe it’s where I’m at in life, I don’t know… It’s so good and I find myself highlighting so much. Tough subject matter these days though.

What have you been reading this summer?

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