Friday Thread: What are you reading this summer?

Even though I’m now (way, way) past my school years, I still think of the year the way I used to when I was in high school and college. Which means, fall is the beginning of the year, spring is the end, and summer is my break when I get to read whatever I want.

This summer I’m looking forward in a big way to escaping with some great books — like Colson Whitehead’s The Underground Railroad, which we’re reading in our member summer book club, and finally getting around to David Grann’s Killers of the Flower Moon. I’ve also got several John Grisham books I’m planning on reading, as I’m just finishing up Sycamore Row.

What are you planning on reading this summer (that isn’t on the internet!)? I’d love to know what’s on your list, as you guys always give me such fantastic ideas on so many things. 😃 — Terrell

Ernest Hemingway’s bathroom reading, which I snapped a picture of when I visited his home just outside Havana, Cuba, a few years ago.