Reblogged from: Obsidian Blue
Long lazy days & warm, occasionally sleepless nights – I am not particularly a summer fan. I prefer spring, with its wet, richly scented rainstorms, and fall, with its changing leaves and windy days. But, one thing that summer is good for is reading. Reading on the patio. Reading on the deck or the porch or around the campfire or under the moon (the benefits to a kindle). Reading in bed when it is too hot to think about doing anything except for reading.
There’s even a challenge for that – called the 20 books of summer. Follow me on twitter @moonlight_reads or on instagram @reading_while_stitching. Or find me here, of course, always.
Booklikes tag: 20 books of summer.
Anyone want to join me?