20 Books of 2021 Summer Reading Challenge


I decided to join Tanya in doing the 20 Books of Summer 2021 challenge (more info and signups click here ) put up by blogger Cathy746Books. The only rule is to read, so get working on your list! Pick your books and use the hashtag provided. I have a list of 20 books so far, but might add more if the summer allows. All of them are part of a series because that’s what I like best. I might make it through more than twenty because it’s too hot to do anything but lay around reading for most of the summer here. If you’re not sure you can make it through 20 books, then pick whatever number works for you and you can always add more later. She does have options for 10 and 15 as well. Check out the graphics below or on her post.

This is the first time I’ve done a reading challenge since I was a kid and the library ran their summer reading program. I’m really excited to get started and hope I can make it through all the books I’ve chosen. I’ll be adding reviews for them as I go (or updating existing reviews for new books in a series). The challenge runs from June 1st through September 1st.

Let me know if you’re taking part in this as well and what books you’re planning to read. I love new recommendations! Do you think you’ll make through your whole list?

One summer.

Three months.

93 Days.

20 books.

Are you in?

– Cathy746Books

Here is my list

Dolphin Bay Cozy Mysteries Books 1 – 3 by Leena Clover

Knights of Dallas Books 1 – 3 by Nicole Snow 

Cutting Loose Books 1 – 3 by Nina Croft

A Court of Fairytales 1 – 2 by Helena Rookwood & Elm Vince

Texas Dragons Outlaw Tiger (Book 4) by Terry Bolryder

Buff Beast (Book 4 Exposed to the Elements) by Honey Phillips

The Strip Down (Book 5 Exposed to the Elements) by Honey Phillips

Heroes with Heart (Books 1-2) by Hope Ford

Hidden Hollows (any or all to finish the challenge) by Anne-Marie Meyer

If you decide to take part in this challenge I would love to connect with you and see your list.

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