I can't believe I did that, but apparently, it is true! I did my very first vlog. I had planned this for a while, but was very reluctant. I had to cut and edit it a bit because of its original length, though. Oh, and I apologize up front - I used so many "funs" in that one *sigh* Plus, its a bit grainy and dark and I have a sore throat, so my voice is a bit scratchy...
Anyway, it's totally up to you all whether I'll do another vlog or not, I think. So tell me what you think!
So, I really don't know why my summer reading is always so different from my other reading. I long for quick reads in summer, books that are entertaining and - if possible - can be read within a day or less. Maybe that's because I read some rather hefty books for university? Or because it's summer and with the warm weather my brain doesn't work as fast? Or maybe I'm really just lazy and haven't really tried to find other easy, entertaining reads? And it stops as soon as it is colder again!
Basically, I think my summer reading consists of romance, fantasy and mystery.
Now, I have a challenge for you: Recommend some books for next summer! What books are easy to read that are not necessarily romance novels. I would love to read something else for a change!
The books I'm talking about are:
Janet Evanovich: SMITTEN (234 pages, ISBN: 978-0-06-059887-7)
Jill Shalvis: STORM FRONT (209 pages, ISBN: 978-0-373-79491-1)
Julie James: JUST THE SEXIEST MAN ALIVE (296 pages, ISBN: 978-0-425-22420-5) - and I should have blamed the girls of The Book Binge for that author as well!)
Merline Lovelace: A QUESTION OF INTENT (248 pages, ISBN: 0-373-27325-8)
Kristan Higgins: JUST ONE OF THE GUYS (376 pages, ISBN: 978-0-373-77299-5)
Sara Orwig: WYOMING WEDDING (177 pages, ISBN: 978-0-373-76947-6)
Carly Phillips: HOT PROPERTY (478 pages, ISBN: 978-0-373-77333-6)