My 2018 Summer Reading List

It's hard for me to accept it's August and summer is actually gone, so instead, I'm going to pretend it's still acceptable for me to discuss my summer reading list. Because whatever, it totally is.

One of the biggest things I notice during school months is not giving myself time to read leisurely. My current "books owned" to "books read" ratio is pretty embarrassing. I never feel guilty about buying more books, but I do feel guilty when I let them gather dust on the shelf. In an attempt to right my wrongs, I thought I would share my summer reading wish list with you! Maybe this will hold me a tiny bit more accountable to spend some of my spare time getting lost in a book.

1. You Are a Badass - Jen Sincero
2. Wild - Cheryl Strayed
3. I'm a Stranger Here Myself - Bill Bryson
4. A Walk in the Woods - Bill Bryson
5. A Short History of Nearly Everything - Bill Bryson
6. A Walk Through Wales - Anthony Bailey
7. A Sense of Place - Michael Shapiro et. al
8. Eat Pray Love - Elizabeth Gilbert
9. The Best American Travel Writing (2016) - edited by Bill Bryson
10. The Mother Tongue: English and How it Got That Way - Bill Bryson

Now, please note that the list above is in no specific order and I clearly want to indulge in travel reading. There are a few reasons for this, but I explain it in much more detail in the video below.

Have you read any of these books or have a list you'd like to share? Leave a comment below or head over to the Cattle and Coffee Facebook page to join in the conversation!


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