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2018 Summer Reading List

July 18, 2018

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While you may be long out of school, there’s nothing like a good book during the sunshine season. For our 2018 Summer Reading List, we’re ready to help you get encouraged, thrilled, and swooning over some wonderful books. Click through to see our top picks.

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Need some encouragement? Try one of these recommended titles. After you get your motivation on, take it to the shelves – the book shelves, that is. Tidy up and organize your books by color, size, or category. Donate any books you no longer need or pass them along to friends. Once you see how easy it is to get cleaning, you’ll be on to the next part of the room in no time. At the rate your uplifted self is going, we foresee world domination in no time.

Rise & Grind by Daymond John

Capital Gaines by Chip Gaines

Everybody, Always by Bob Goff

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Looking for a good story to dive into this summer? These beach-ready fiction stories are page turners, perfect for pool days, long road trips, or an enjoyable afternoon on your gorgeous outdoor furniture set up. Make sure to apply plenty of sunblock as these romantic tales will have you surprised at how quickly time has passed.

All We Ever Wanted by Emily Giffin

The Lemonade Year by Amy Willoughby-Berle

The Husband Hour by Jamie Brenner

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If you’re seeking some extra thrills this summer, and roller coasters just don’t do it for you, consider a heart-racing read. Pour yourself a hot cup of tea, crank up the air conditioning, and get pulled away to mysterious places filled with disappearances, crime, and unsolved cases. Once you’ve reached the end, maybe pop on a Christmas movie to lighten the mood.

The Woman in the Window by AJ Finn

Florida by Lauren Groff

Bring Me Back by B.A. Paris

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How do you organize your books? Do you get all Pinteresty and create a stunning color arrangement? Are they all stacked on top of each other in a haphazard way? Does any type of home organization make you want to hide? First, check these tips to start organizing, and second, give us a buzz. We love designing homes to not only be more beautiful, but also more functional.

That wraps up our list of Best Books for Summer 2018! We’d love to hear your must-reads for this season, be sure to share them in the comments below.

 

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