Summer Reading List ~ Suggestions by Kai @Fiction State of Mind

Posted June 23, 2016 by Michelle in Uncategorized / 3 Comments

SummerreadinglistI asked a few of my favorite bloggers to give me a list of books that they recommend for your summer reading list. As always I got a awesome mix of some really amazing books. I hope this will make your summer reading more enjoyable as you feel the sand between your toes and the sun on your face.

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Summer Reading Suggestions by Kai @Fiction State of Mind

Hello Everyone! I’m Kai of the blog Fiction State of Mind.  Though summer doesn’t officially start until later in June, I start planning my reading after memorial Day. This year I’ve made a physical list of books I would like to read this summer.

Here are some books I suggest for you add to your Summer Reading List…

Send me a tweet @yogikai with your recommendations. Happy Reading!

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3 responses to “Summer Reading List ~ Suggestions by Kai @Fiction State of Mind

  1. I’ve been wanting to try Paper Girls and I just finished up Summer Day s and Summer Nights. Like most anthologies it was hit or miss but there were some good stories in it. Great list! These all look like nice summery reads. 🙂

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