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The 2023 Summer Reading Guide

Make this summer your best one yet with this reader-curated guide filled with books!

Books to read this summer - The 2023 Summer Reading Guide

The 2023 Summer Reading Guide

Welcome to the fourth annual BiblioLifestyle Summer Reading Guide!  Summer is a time for relaxation, reflection, and of course, reading.  It’s also an excellent opportunity to explore some great new books.  So whether you’re looking for a light-hearted beach read, page-turning nonfiction, or a gripping thriller, there is something in this guide for you.

About The 2023 Summer Reading Guide

The 2023 Summer Reading Guide has been carefully curated, with some of the best titles coming out this summer.  The guide has forty-eight books organized into eight categories, making it easy to find something based on your genre preference or current reading mood.  Plus, there is also one extra category dedicated to the minimalist reader.  The Minimalist Reads List is for readers only planning to pick up a few books this season.  Because we’re all about lifestyle here, you’ll also find fun things to do this season, tips to help you be more present this summer, and some summer-themed recipes.  You’ll also find tips to help you incorporate reading into your life and read more books.

The BiblioLifestyle 2023 Summer Reading Guide

More About The Guide

Reading is a personal experience, so in the guide, you’ll find a one-sentence elevator pitch for each title to help you decide if a particular book sounds right for you based on your taste, interests, and current reading mood.  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[dot]com, and I will do my best to advise you accordingly.  I also recommend using The StoryGraph for trigger warnings as well.

If you’re looking for ways to make your summer reading more fun, I invite you to join The 2023 Summer Reading Challenge!  There are five prompts for the season, and there are many books in the guide that would be a good fit.  If you want to add a classic to your reading list. You’ll also find a list with three iconic novels.

If you like what I’ve put together in The Summer Reading Guide, please don’t keep it to yourself!  Instead, share the guide’s homepage on your favorite social media channels or directly with your favorite bookish friends so they can sign up and get a copy of the guide.

Remember to tag @bibliolifestyle and use the hashtag #bibliolifestyleSRG in your posts so we can also see what you’re reading.

I hope you’ll find plenty of books you love in this guide. I’m excited to see the books you will love and capture your heart and imagination! Finally, I wish you and your loved ones a happy and safe summer full of sunshine, smiles, and lots of reading!

What books are you planning to read this summer?

Are you looking forward to reading any books from the 2023 summer reading guide?  What are some of your most anticipated summer books?


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Summer is a time for relaxation, reflection, and of course, reading!  So if you're looking for the best new books coming out this summer, we have you covered.

The 2023 Summer Reading Guide has forty-eight new releases organized across eight categories, plus fun things to do this season along with easy recipes. 

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