There's just something about warm, breezy, sunny days of summer that make me want to find a chaise lounge at the beach or an Adirondack chair under the shade of a leafy maple tree and read for hours on end. I'm also fine curling up in my corner of the couch in the air conditioned living room on the super humid days. Last week, I read the fantastic, soon-to-be-released GIRL IN PIECES by Kathleen Glasgow - in the cabin on a rainy morning and later, at the campfire.
Like I said before... ah, summer.
This week, I'm headed to Boy Scout camp, where I'll be able to spend days in a camp chair on the shore or in front of my tent, unplugged, with a stack of paperbacks. Where is your favorite place to read in the summer?
Last week, we asked you to share a favorite summer re-read. Give us a link in the comments! This week, we want to see a historical read. Straight-up historical, historical fantasy, historic re-telling - what have you got? Join us and post your photos on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, what have you - don't forget to use the hashtag #YABSummerReads!
As always, Happy Reading!