What day 3 already? Yeah and it’s been so much fun so far! A Wednesday treat for you all, a piece of The Four Seasons from Sandra from ‘Im Lesefieber’.
So, I gave the four seasons and which books I’d read in each rather a lot of thought. Winter was surprisingly easy but I shall start with spring.
The perfect read for spring would be something light, perhaps a romantic comedy. Just imagine sitting outside in your garden or on a park bench, hearing the birds sing, seeing the first flowers bloom and trees blossoming… Life’s good and you want the book you’re reading to leave you feeling good, too. I’d say pick up “The Rosie Project” by Graeme Simsion and you won’t be disappointed.
My favourite summer read would be a beach read. Picture yourself lying on the beach, soaking up the sun, hearing seagulls, smelling the salty sea… I’d pick up a book that’s set in faraway shores. In fact, I remember reading “The Lacuna” by Barbara Kingsolver on holiday in Spain a few years ago. That was a good beach read.
It’s autumn. The days are getting shorter, the nights longer. It’s quite cold now, most days are grey and rainy. The perfect setting for a page-turning thriller. So basically anything by Nicci French. “Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn would be a good choice too. Cosy up with a nice cuppa and get immersed in the story.
The only time of year to read Christmassy books is of course winter. Turn up the heater, snuggle up on the sofa with your favourite blanket, a cuppa and some mince pies within reach, and enjoy “I Heart Christmas” by Lindsey Kelk or “Merry Christmas Alex Cross” by James Patterson.