Stick Figures

End of Summer Reading Spree

imageDo forgive–lack of posts due to continuous unabashed reading.

Books of note include:

The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky — A classic not to be missed!

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins — Humorous, adorable, and romantic.  Seriously, why is this not yet a movie?   

And my favorite of the week that made me laugh out loud in an airport and totally freak out the family next to me: Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella

Happy end-of-the-summer reading,

Michelle Joyce Bond


14 thoughts on “End of Summer Reading Spree

  1. “Do forgive–lack of posts due to continuous unabashed reading.” This is perfect. I wish I could use this excuse for school. “I could not complete my homework on time because I was reading Perks of Being a Wallflower.” 🙂

    1. I have to be honest–I wasn’t really drawn into the beginning of Perks. I was actually a little confused by the voice of the protagonist–“What’s wrong with this guy?” But after a couple of chapters, things start to reveal themselves, and there’s a huge reveal at the end of the book that pretty much rewrites everything. 🙂

  2. My husband hates when I read a funny book. I insist on reading the “funny” parts to him (which of course are not funny without the context)

    1. I have the same problem. I will read them laughing, too, and he’ll look at me like I’m nuts. But then he takes out one of his military action books and tries to get me to read something, insisting it’s funny. Ah, how I love when the tables turn. 🙂

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