Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Summer 2020 Reads

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl. For this week, we have been asked to list 10 reads we are looking forward to in the summer months. Well, actually I am waiting eagerly for the monsoon to arrive so that we can get rid of this scorching heat. Ah! Just imagining that drenching in the first shower and the fragrance of earth after the rains is so intoxicating.

However, to go back to books, I have already made a list of 20+ books for the Books of Summer Challenge but since there is never any end to the books one wants to read, here are 10 more that I are on my TBR for the coming weeks:


Any tempt you too?


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10 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Summer 2020 Reads

  1. I’ve only read 80 dollars to Stamford from your list. I thought it was a good read. Three of the authors I am unfamiliar with, but I will be interested to read your thoughts on the Gilbert title as I have not read it.

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    1. I have enjoyed all the Lucille Fletchers I have read so far, Kate. Based on your recommendation (along with that of a couple of others) I am keeping 80 Dollars for the last. Am also very keen to read that Gilbert.

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  2. You have 6 authors on this list that I want to read someday but haven’t yet. How I am going to do that I don’t know, since I already have so many to read. I have read some books by Anthony Gilbert and enjoyed them. In fact some of them I may have seen first at your blog, years ago.

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    1. Gilbert is one of my favourite authors. Recently finished another one of hers. Unfortunately, she is not that easily available. Tracy, I don’t know how many authors I have on my TBR list. Like you I don’t know how many I’ll be able to read.😀


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