How To Find Your Summer Reading List Hudson Valley
With the unofficial start of summer happening this weekend it is time to start thinking about your summer reading list. I find that during the colder weather I mean to read but instead, I tend to do more binge-watching. Once the warm weather hits, I find myself craving a shady spot or a sunny beach and a book.
Summer reading has been a vacation tradition for years. Many groups put together summer reading lists. Your local library is a good place to start because they often feature local authors such as the Hudson Valley's own Carol Freeman a cozy mystery writer with a number of books ready for your summer list.
Hudson Valey Summer Reading List
The New York Times has actually comprised an awesome list of books not just for your summer reading list but for your reading list in general. It included topics such as 1001 Books You Must Read Before YOu Die and 365 Books to Read This Year Or Else. My favorite category though is 50 Books Everyone has Read but You.
Good House Keeping has also compiled a list that they consider awesome for the summer. Grab a hammock and this list for some fun summer book club fun. I recently ran into a group of friends that actually had a book club weekend. Between drinking and snacking they finished a book over a weekend and can't wait to do it again. Not a bad idea for a weekend chilling with friends of course you would all have to agree on the book and that may not be easy.