Gayle and Nicole discuss their conception and notion of summer books and what constitutes summer reading. They also discuss some upcoming books that they are looking forward to reading in May.
After debating the types of books that get under their skin, Gayle and Nicole discuss the most disturbing books they have ever read.
Gayle and Nicole discuss their reading resolutions, psychological thrillers as the equivalents of one night stands, and the books they are most looking forward to reading in the first few months of 2017.
The end of the year is always an exciting time because we get all the year-end best-of reading lists.
Summer reads don’t have to be light and breezy. Reading an engrossing, transporting novel that tackles serious and difficult topics can also be a rewarding way to enjoy summer days when schedules are looser and minds may be less cluttered.
As a fan of domestic fiction, I read a lot of what I call “parent’s worst nightmare” books. (Why I am drawn to these books is another story for another issue…) A large subset of parent’s worst nightmare books are about disappearing kids.