It's not June 21st, but it was 90 degrees here in Atlanta on Monday, so it's officially summer. My seventeen year old made a pitcher of home-made lemonade on Sunday and we pulled the grill out of the garage. Call me old fashioned, but now that it's past Memorial Day I also reached back in the closet for my white sandals and went for the first pedicure of the season. As I enjoyed the one luxury I afford myself, I cracked open Vanessa Davis Griggs newest release "Practicing What You Preach". I'm loving the story. Now that I'm almost finished with my second novel (the one I turn into my publisher in September), I'm looking forward to a summer of stress free reading. Here's what's on my list of gotta reads:
Worth A Thousand Words by Stacy Hawkins Adams
The Devil Is A Lie by ReShonda Tate Billingsley
Till Debt Do Us Part by Michelle Larks
What The Bayou Saw by Patti Lacy
Cross Country, and Double Cross by James Patterson
The Last Woman Standing by Tia McCollors
Sins of the Father by Angela Benson
What's on your summer reading list?
Have you read The List by Sherri Lewis or The Bishop's Daughter by Tiffany Warren yet? If not, they're must reads.