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Laura On: My Reading List

Thu, April 13, 2017

Hello, from somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean! I am currently on my fourth annual mother-daughter journey {if you want to see what else I am up to this month, click here} through the transatlantic. My goal for this trip is to simply relax and give my brain a much-needed rest from the heavy, yet exciting, business of growing Coton Colors. Below are my reading choices that will hopefully provide this escape while on the ocean. When choosing which books would accompany me on this trip, I purposely searched for books that were dedicated to a particular place.

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A Good Year – Peter Mayle

Have you seen this movie? I love it and have watched it numerous times, but I have yet to read the book. Looking forward to escaping to the south of France with this one.

The Nightingale– Kristin Hannah

This book was recommended to me by several friends and confirmed by the ones who know my taste in literature best. I may have to dive into this one first.

Firefly Lane – Kristin Hannah

Hopefully I like The Nightingale because I ended up buying this one by Hannah as well. Once I find an author I like, I tend to read their entire collection. It is interesting to see how they change and grow.

About Grace- Anthony Doerr

Four Seasons in Rome - Anthony Doerr

The Shell Collector - Anthony Doerr

Memory Wall – Anthony Doerr

Ok, are you sensing a pattern? I’m a tad obsessed with Anthony Doerr after reading All the Light We Cannot See. Have you read it? If so, what did you think?I went a little overboard purchasing four of his books for this trip, but they all looked intriguing - very fitting for relaxing on vacation.

Let me know if you have read any of these books and which ones were your favorites. I’m always open for more suggestions.

Cheers!

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