I am SO hyped that it’s finally almost warm enough to read outside here in NYC. YASSS! Reading outside in Washington Square Park is legit my favorite way to spend the weekend — and luckily Jeremy is on the same page as me. No pun intended…
I’m really embarrassed to admit I haven’t been devouring books as quickly as I usually do lately. I feel like I’ve spent all of 2019 reading When Life Gives You Lululemons. Which I’m thoroughly enjoying, I’m just reading it at a snails pace.I’m hoping the warm weather + upcoming travels means I’ll get to power through a few of the books I’ve been dying to read.
Here’s what’s on my reading list right now:
Spring Reading List
Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid
I am SO excited to have a new book to read by one of my favorite authors, Taylor Jenkins Reid. The book is about sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll in the 1970’s following the rise of a popular band and their beautiful lead singer. Reese Witherspoon already gave this book her seal of approval.
The Seasonaries by Janna King
This book sounds right up my alley — there’s a fictional group of 20-something influencers called “the seasonaries,” a murder mystery, and it takes place on Nantucket.
The Wedding Party by Jasmine Guillory
This book doesn’t come out until June but I am already SO hyped for it. This book is the third in a somewhat series by Jamie Guillory. I devoured both The Wedding Date and The Proposal and am sure this book will be the same.
Goodbye, Things by Fumio Sasaki
I don’t read a ton of non-fiction these days but this book on minimalism caught my eye at a bookstore in LA. As someone that lives in a teeny tiny apartment I need some SERIOUS help tackling my current clutter problem.
The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han
After reading the “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” series I’m excited to read all other things by Jenny Han. Has anyone read this series as well (and is anyone else SUPER hyped about the second To All the Boys movie on Netflix!?)
Your Turn: What’s on your reading list this spring? What other books should I add to the list?
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