The 2021 Summer Reading Guide
The 2021 Summer Reading Guide is here, and I’m super excited for it to be out in the world! Summer is a time for sunny days, vacations, and some much-needed downtime. And the long summer days are the perfect time to spend reading some great books.
The Summer Reading Guide is our biggest guide yet! We have fifty new releases organized across eight categories. There is also one extra category dedicated to the minimalist reader. The Minimalist Reads List is for those readers who are only planning to pick up a few books this season. Because we’re all about lifestyle here, you’ll also find some fun things to do at home this season, along with some recipes and practical tips to help you improve your reading life.
While sometimes hard to believe, there are thousands of books that will be gracing bookshelves this summer. While I haven’t read them all, I’ve reviewed well over two hundred books, albeit some I did not finish (DNF), selected my favorites from the books I have read, and now I’m sharing them with you. I’ve also included publication dates so you’ll know what comes out when (although these dates may change).
Some of these titles have heavy themes, so if you need trigger warnings, please email me at hello[at]bibliolifestyle.com, and I will do my best to advise you accordingly.
Above all, reading is a personal experience! I’ve included summaries to help you decide if that book sounds right for you based on your taste, interests, and current reading mood.
If you like what I’ve put together in The Summer Reading Guide, please share the guide’s homepage bibliolifestyle.com/2021srg on your favorite social media channels directly with your favorite bookish friends. Don’t forget to tag @bibliolifestyle and use the hashtag #bibliolifestyleSRG in your posts so we can see what you’re reading as well.
I hope you’ll find plenty of books you love in this guide, and I’m looking forward to hearing about your favorites!
What books are you planning to read this summer?
Are you looking forward to reading any books from the guide? What are some of your most anticipated summer books?