What do you consider to be a “beach read”?What do you consider to be a “beach read”? Niffer #questionnaire
Something easy to read, mindless, fun.
@Amanda precisely ?
Anything I enjoy!
Anything you enjoy
I read a whole host of books this week in puerto Vallarta. Found it really easy to concentrate
Something light that takes place by a beach, I LOVE reading those summery books by a lake or any body of water!!
I’ll let you know next Saturday after my week in Mexico filled with reading
Fun and not very serious.
Haha, are you doing the „Pick a Poison“? ?
In this Spirit: would you name a band „The Witch Elm“? ?
Yes, I’m doing the Pick You Poison challenge.
I’m actually not good at the band name thing, so I found a list on Goodreads and decided to go with Running With Scissors.
@Niffer I loved Running with Scissors!! Tough, especially since it‘s biographical! ?
I have this Journal, and whenever I read a book, I list it under all the „Pick your Poison“ categories it fits. And in the end I just hope that I find two for each! ?
my own beach reads went from light reads to the books I want to read but that are really big/intense. So I take them with me on vacation when I know I’ll having nothing else to do and I finally read them. Did that with Dune and ended up loving it, but there was no way I was going to read a huge book that actually required me to use the glossary if I hadn’t made that self trap.
Anything lol but I kind of go towards cozy mysteries then
For others, I mean light reads of any genre. For me, I mean whatever 8 or 9 books are due up in the TBR pile.
Light easy to read
Light, fun reads
The book I’m reading at the time ?
A book I don’t mind getting sand in, lol! But usually something that isn’t very complex or deep emotions, a “light read”, usually fun or frivolous.
Something romantic or comedy is best
Something light and fun like 50 Shades or something suspenseful like Mary Higgins Clark.
Anything you want! As long as you find the desire to turn the page and continue reading while at the beach, then it’s a beach read.
Smutty grocery store fiction