Reading Ruts

We all get stuck from time to time when it comes to picking our next read, even librarians. Maybe it’s because the last book was so good that every one we pick up after seems to fall short. Maybe we just need a break from a genre we’ve been reading but are at loss of what might actually be of interest. Or, maybe there are just too many choices and we don’t know where to begin.

For me, summer seems to bring out all of these ruts. All I want is for someone to put five great books in my hands and tell me to read them. Luckily for me, I know resources that will provide me with just such a list. If you have found yourself in such a rut, or just want to peak at someone’s pile of books, take a look at my summer reading list.

 

 

 

Blood of Heaven by Kent Wascom

Kiss Me First by Lottie Moggach

Flora by Gail Godwin

The Other Typist by Suzanne Rindell

Questions of Travel by Michelle Dr Kretser

Peripatetic Coffin by Ethan Rutherford

Sisterland by Curtis Sittenfeld

 

Written by Reference Librarian Aimee.

 

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