This year I did a couple different things. 1) I did the #MGSummer reading bingo, which you can see in the photo above that I finally got my bingo! 2) I gave myself a summer of re-reading. I was having a moment of why-do-I-write just before the summer, so I gave myself permission to kindle that fire for writing by reading some of my favorite books, so in my list below, I've mark the ones I re-read with a *.
I'll admit that I don't have a very diverse list this year. I like reading fantasy, YA and MG. Plus, who can say no to David Tennant reading the How to Train Your Dragon series, which I love! I don't usually listen to audiobooks, by the way. I don't have anything against them; I just don't have opportunities to listen to them like most people. My commute to work is actually really short; however, Hubby and I took a drive to California just at the end of the summer, so that's when we listened to the audiobooks together. He listens to a lot of audiobooks because he does travel a lot for work.
Without further ado, here is my Summer 2018 list of books (starting with most recently completed):
"There's nothing to writing. All you do is sit down... and bleed."
"Mongkok Street, Hong Kong"