Thursday, March 1, 2012

Spring Break Reads

As you all know, I love reading. I love relaxed reading. I read anything from fun reads to beach reads to more scholastic reads. What do you like to read? Have any good suggestions to read over spring break?

Here are a few of the books I'd like to think about reading:
The Hunger Games is book number one on my list! I know I know I know--why haven't I read it yet!!!! I'm SO excited and will probably start reading it ON my flight home!
The Social Organization is a book my dad read recently and is definitely one I want to add to my list!
Shucked is a book I've heard a lot of good things about!
Georgia Bottoms is one I've had on my short list for awhile! Unfortunate last time I went book shopping it was out of stock!

What's on your list for spring break? I'd LOVE suggestions!

6 comments:

Emily said...

The Hunger Games are SO GOOD. I've read the first 2 and am saving the third for spring break next week!

xx Emily @ laughliveandshop.blogspot.com

Melissa said...

I had someone else recently ask for Spring Break reading suggestions, and this is what i told her:

I'm currently in the process of (re)reading Jackie Ethel Joan: The Women of Camelot. I am fascinated by Jackie and this book focuses on the relationship between the sisters-in-law. If you're not into Jackie or the Kennedy's, you might want to give this book a pass (even thought I love it!).

If you're into chic lit, I recently finished reading I've Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella. I did enjoy the book, but I'm a huge fan of hers.

Next on my reading list is Ali in Wonderland by Ali Wentworth. It's supposed to be good, but because I have yet to read it...I can't say for sure.

I also enjoyed The Glass Castle by Jeanette Wells (I think). Read it about a year ago but it's on my re-read list.

I also love anything by Jennifer Lancaster.

Let us know what you end up reading!

Casey said...

I made it to page 83 in 'The Hunger Games', had a theory about how it ended, googled it after I couldn't convince anybody to tell me, and put the book away. Needless to say the book wasn't mine to begin with, and isn't on my reading list, but I was bored. The fact that it has two sequels gives half of the ending away right there!

Worthington said...

Georgia Bottoms looks TOO CUTE. I may have to check that one out myself :)

westofprep said...

You should join Goodreads if you're anything like me, I'm always looking for new reads! I am a huge sucker for girly chick lit books, and love devouring them in a day. I love the Hunger Games too though, and cannot wait for the movie to come out!
xo

Maria said...

You HAVE to read the Hunger Games. It's SO good. I haven't read any of the other books, but I am planning to read a few biographies!