SUMMER READING OPTION: #COLLABOREADS 29.5.15

COLLABOREADS

In the interests of Summer Reading resources, here’s a tempting summer option.
Hosted by a collaboration of Rachel A Dawson and mrthomasandme
[click either host for full deets]
They’re ready for a June start.

From Rachel……
How it’s going to look:

  1. They pick a random criteria for your book.You find your book.
    [local, used bookstore, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, the library, ordered from Book Depository [=Free delivery]  whatever works for you
  2. Read. [You’ll have a month per book.]
  3. At the end of the month we’ll review(ish) our books. [With unique book aspects as posted at Amber and Rachel’s who will both have places for readers to share book links in their posts.] Linking to wherever and however works for you – vlog, goodreads, blog, twitter, fb, instagram, pinterest, etc. using #collaboreads hashtag
  4. Repeat steps 1 – 4 each month. 

Here’s the JUNE book prompt: 

” On the NYT Best-sellers List when you start reading it.

I’m liking the variety of reading this enables from the basic book prompt.

My choice will be either The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd
or….  The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah
It’s actually going to be –

Boundaries John Townsend Henry CLoud

#6 on the NYT Bestseller List for Religion, Spirituality and Faith

I really liking the review suggestions…riveting, elements, associations, design, and stars
Check Rachel or Amber’s blogs for explanations .

 Got it?  Let’s go.
Grab your choice of NYT best seller and meet up Monday, June 29th !

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