#SRC2016: June Selections

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Booksparks is becoming my go-to word to associate with summer reading 🙂 They select a variety of books (some big name easy to recognize and some that fly under the radar a bit) but the best thing about Booksparks is they get you EXCITED about reading. Their team is so social-licious, so you know when you post something- a RT or a like is headed your way. Even better: The folks that sign up for summer reading- well she share like crazy, get all inspired with our picture taking, and the community feeling- well, it’s just the best!

 

In case you missed May’s #SRC2016 readings- here are my posts: The Assistants, Don’t You Cry, The House of Bradbury, Appetite, and First Comes Love!

Grab the sunscreen because #SRC2016 is going to make June HOT 🙂 Continue reading

Everybody Rise by Stephanie Clifford

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Photo Credit: St. Martin’s Press Aug 18th

This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.

Everybody Rise

Evelyn Beegan is a girl that has some of the right connections- she knows people with old money, she knows the lingo- and yet,she doesn’t pass the muster to be considered “old money”.

At first glance, this does not seem to bother Evelyn that much. It does bother her mother greatly- her mother lets her know over and over that this is the way- become friends with the “old money” people and life will be set. Continue reading

Futuristic Friday: Find Your New Reads- July-September 2015

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Hey ya’ll! Katie @ Doing Dewey and I have been scouring the internet, the publisher websites, our own stacks of books and more to find some books we are SO excited to read in the next 3 months. So sit back, grab a frosty cool drink and let Katie and I share our list- and you can find your next great reads!

 

Traveling With T’s July 2015 Futuristic Friday Selections:

 

Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica, The Ones We Trust by Kimberly Belle, Those Girls by Chevy Stevens, Center of Gravity by Laura McNeill, Fatal Reservations by Lucy Burdette, The Summer of Good Intentions by Wendy Francis and Three Rivers by Tiffany Quay Tyson. Continue reading