Being in my hometown evokes a Pandora’s Box of memories. The little girls riding their bikes down the quiet streets so reminds me of myself. When I was 12, my summer days were pretty simple; my bike, the pool, and the same two tank tops and cut off jeans every single day. I rode to the pool most afternoons and many days, I would bike to the library. I was probably too cool for the summer reading program at that point, but I loved to read. I didn’t need rewards to motivate me. I would peruse the shelves, usually choosing mysteries. I would read one book after another, slipping away for hours to enjoy my new book then then cruising down to the library to start all over again a few days later.
This summer is no different from when I was 12. I still have a summer reading list. Most of it is historical fiction but there are a few nonfiction titles mixed in too. Here’s what I’m reading:
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by Daisy Goodwin
by Erika Robuck
The House Girl: A Novel (P.S.)
by Tara Conklin
The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and Stories
by Marina Keegan
by Lynn Cullen
by Susan Macaulay
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