It’s summer time and that means it’s time for summer reading! Whether it’s assigned or by individual choice, here are fifteen book suggestions from yours truly.
1. The Martian
This is an enjoyable sci-fi book and the movie version of the story will be out later this year.
I’m currently in the midst of reading this book and like it’s predecessors-it’s the final book in the The Black Parade Series from Kyoko M.-it’s good, I mean very good.
This is one of my favorite books. The first time I read it was in 7th grade, and you’ll see it on my summer reading list more than once because I never tire of reading it.
Another book that’s currently being turned into a movie for next year, I had to read it.
This is my second book in my NaPoWriMo series and so I thought I feature it on here along with the following book two books for the poetry lovers out there.
This is my fifth poetry book, I think it’s my favorite so far. I hope you enjoy it.
I recently learned that the late Leonard Nimoy also was a poet and so I had to read a few of his books. Out of the ones I read this one is my favorite.
Another book I’m currently reading, this is by indie author Christina Barr. This is the third book I’ve read of hers and I’m definitely a fan of her work.
If you need a laugh or just need to relate, or both, the semi-autobiography by Issa Rae aka Awarkward Black Girl is for you.
11. Trigun Vol. 1
It’s one of my favorite anime, so I had to read the manga and it didn’t disappoint.
I read the first volume of this autobiography graphic novel and I needed to read this one, definitely an eye opener.
Okay if you haven’t been reading Storm’s solo book what is wrong with you?! Next month issue 12-the final issue in the series that Greg Pak wanted to tell will arrive so get caught up with these two volumes.
This one is for all of the writers out there. It was very informative and there are writing exercises for you to try in each chapter.
With everything that has been going on around the world but specifically in this country, I needed to read Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Lot’s of folks have been speaking his words without truly understanding them-particularly those who have issues with the many protests against police brutality.
And that’s my list for this year. If you have summer reading picks please leave them in the comments! Be sure to look out for book reviews for the books I’m currently reading. Happy reading!