Now, first of all I rarely keep to my plans when it comes to reading. I have great intentions but I almost always get distracted by something. So here's what I'd like to read this summer- we'll see what actually happens!
The key phrase for July will be "crime fiction." I've been collecting different authors and reading some of them but of course I'm way behind. Here's my stack:
As the Crowe Flies (And Reads). (September, HarperCollins) Look for the posts on Tuesdays in July.
Some recent and upcoming titles I'll be sampling this summer include
The Forgiven, by Lawrence Osborne (September, Hogarth Press),
Laura Lamont's Life In Pictures, by Emma Straub (September, Riverhead)
Yok, by Tim Davys (July, HarperCollins), and more.
Otherwise, and for August, I'll be pulling things off my TBR shelf at random. Some of things I'm considering:
How Green Was My Valley, by Richard Llewellyn
The Artificial Silk Girl, by Irmgard Keun
Crusoe's Daughter, by Jane Gardam
I Hadn't Understood, by Diego da Silva
The Inquisitory, by Robert Pinget
The Third Policeman, by Flann O'Brien
And so much more!
But enough about me. What are you reading this summer?