We will be heading for a family vacation in about 10 days, and most of you avid readers know what that means: deciding what books to take! Unlike many book lovers, I don't take piles of books with me on a cruise because my husband would not put up with me sitting in a deck chair reading for five days. However, my 13-year-old C1 is free to do that, so we need to find a couple books for her to take. ABM won't allow her to take library books for fear of them getting lost. That means I have to suck it up and actually buy books. I don't want to buy anything that is part of a series (unless it is the first book), and I would prefer to buy something that's not available at our library. Most likely, I will only have one opportunity to make to the bookstore before we leave, so I better figure out something soon. Any suggestions?
REVIEWS: I have reviews of A Bad Day for Sorry and Women, Food, and God coming up this week.
UP NEXT: I'm not sure what I want to read next. I'm leaning toward The Little Lady Agency, but it also seems like a book I would enjoy while sitting by the pool so perhaps I should save this as my book for the cruise. The other books I have on hand are part of a pioneer series; while I enjoy pioneer books, they don't seem like fun summer reading. I may have to scour my TBR list and see what other light dishy books I have listed.