Massive amounts of time spent traveling aboard buses, trains, and planes, waiting in airports, and lying on beaches provides the perfect opportunity to escape the mundane and get lost in a good book. Here are five books I am anxious to read this year.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Chelsea from little [lessons] in a BIG [city], and I both set goals for this year to push ourselves to finish at least a book a month, read different authors and genres, and share our thoughts with our blog followers. In an attempt to hold ourselves more accountable and make it more enjoyable, we’ve teamed up to start a Blogger Book Club and are appropriately kicking it off by reading “The End of Your Life Book Club” by Will Schwalbe.
We will both post our personal reviews on Thursday, January 31st so if you have read or would like to read along with us, we would LOVE any and all comments/suggestions/thoughts about the book either on the post itself, our Facebook pages (here, here), or through twitter discussions (here). If you’ve written a review of this book and would like us both to link to it, just shoot us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the link to your post and we will include it in our write-up!
HAPPY READING THIS WEEKEND!
Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephan Chbosky
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald