Along with beach reads, another book roundup that I love to explore are road trip books! Living in Brooklyn, I don’t have a car but on the occasion that I rent one, it feels like a luxury.
Happy weekend y’all! What’s better than a midsummer Friday and the anticipation of a great sunny weekend? Not much!
The long, long, long, long awaited second novel by author genius Harper Lee has finally hit stores! I pre-ordered Go Set A Watchman months ago and received it last night. I don’t think I’ll see much of the outside world for the next few days.
I’m putting this up a day early, as many folks have a long weekend for the fourth (woohoo). We had a lot to celebrate this week: the SCOTUS decision, warm, summery weekend weather finally kicking in, and the fact that Ben Affleck will soon be single (RIP Ben and Jen).
Are you on the beach? I hope you’re on the beach. Right now, reading this. We’ve had a bunch of rainy weekends here in New York, followed by gorgeous 80 degree sunny days during the workweek. This coming week is forecasted to be more of the same.
It’s been awhile since I’ve done a link roundup. Here’s some internet reading to occupy you in between enjoying this incredible summer weather:
Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer and is a great time to start your warm season to-do list. While most New Yorkers catch the first Friday afternoon train out of the city, New York is actually a fantastic place to visit in the summer with lots of free or low-cost events
There have been a lot of tragedies and unrest in the news lately – earthquakes, shootings, train accidents. While I often turn to books to teach me something, I also love escaping into the pages of a well-crafted, intelligent, and uplifting story. Unfortunately, many critically-acclaimed books aren’t exactly feel-good reads. Further, happy
April is National Poetry Month so I thought I’d squeeze this in before the month’s end. Poetry is kind of a beast – some people are very into it, some people don’t get it at all, and some folks only like poems that rhyme.
Is it just me, or are there more of these best books lists floating around this year? I feel like every newspaper, website, blog, etc. has a best books list. I was going to try to put one together, but then I realized that these larger websites have more staff, resources, money, and