Life is a Beach Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the fourth annual Life’s a Beach Giveaway Hop, hosted by The Kids Did It and The Mommy Island.

It’s time to ask that perennial summer question: What is a beach read anyway? Followed immediately by “Which ones should I read THIS summer?”

Pro tip: A good book is a good book forever. Just because something came out last year, last decade or even last century doesn’t mean it can’t be a good beach read this summer of 2019. It also doesn’t mean you can’t take a beloved book down off the shelf to re-read. As the saying goes, “A thing of beauty is a joy forever” and a great book can be, too!

So for you chance at either a $10 Amazon Gift Card or a $10 book from the Book Depository to help you stock up on YOUR summer beach reads, answer the question in the rafflecopter. May your summer be full to the brim with relaxing days, good friends and wonderful books!

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160 thoughts on “Life is a Beach Giveaway Hop

  1. I am looking forward to reading Chloe Neill’s Wild Hunger this summer. Hopefully more of her books too.

  2. Right now, Romanov is on the top of my TBR list, so I am wanting to read it. Today is the last day of our school, so maybe I can catch up with my reading a little bit.

  3. I am reading or should I say listening to Holy Roar by Chris Tomlin right now. Will probably listen to it again this summer.

  4. I am so busy I haven’t been able to read forever. I would like to read the new(ish) Jane Green novel when I have time though.

  5. I’ve got a large to read list. Top of the list is Across Mongolia Plains by Roy Chapman Andrews, who was one of the inspirations for Indiana Jones.

  6. I have a couple of Morgan Matson’s books that I haven’t read yet, her writing is always a good mix of fluffy and emotional that really works for well for me at this time of the year, reading outdoors with some lemonade.

  7. My kindle is so full of books that I haven’t got a chance to sit and read, not even sure I can pick just one I am excited for!

  8. So many books I have . Now I am reading Genealogy – a novel of my interest since I love doing genealogy.

  9. What book are you most looking forward to reading (or re-reading) on those lazy summer days?

    Counter-Clock World by Philip K. Dick,my favorite book ever made,an amazing story that i read again every year!

  10. I’m thinking of restarting the Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs. I read the first two books years ago but I think she just released the 11th (?) book in the series and I would love to read all the way through.

  11. Well it’s all been so epic last couple years it seems so probably LOTR as a good distraction from this one.

  12. I am looking forward to reading Becoming by Michelle Obama because I haven’t had a chance to read it yet.

  13. I have work to do for the next few months but recently finished Sometimes I Lie. Thanks for the opportunity. 📚

  14. I don’t have a book picked out yet. Right now I just want to sit back with some travel magazines and pick out our next destination

  15. I would love to re-read the Harry Potter series, especially since I first read them in the Summer.

  16. I’m a mood reader so I don’t plan in advance, but I’d really like to sit down with Anne Bishop’s The Others series and read the whole thing this summer. I read the first book several years ago and loved it, but somehow never got to the rest.

  17. I’m reading a trashy romance novel right now, but I might get a new chapter book to read with the kids.

  18. I’ve read good reviews of “God is an Englishman” by Delderfield, so I hope I can squeeze in some time to read it soon.

  19. I am wanting to read some classics that I never read in high school! Dr. Jekel and Mr Hyde, Pride and Prejudice, and more!

  20. i have not read the silent patient but have heard great things ,so that will probbaly be my next great read ,

  21. I’m currently reading Rachel Holli’s Girl, Wash Your Face and I’m liking it so far! I’ve been really working on myself and self-care, so this book has been great.

  22. I’ve got a lot of books I’m looking forward to reading this summer. One of them is Enneagram: Real-World Scenarios to Help You Decipher the 9 Personality Types and Unlock Your Best Self.

  23. I’m looking forward to re-reading Lonesome Dove,I loved the book and the mini series based on the book.

  24. I’m looking forward to re-reading Lonesome Dove,I love the book and the mini series based on the book.

  25. I have so many books on my Kindle that I haven’t read. I must stop buying more until I’ve read the others 🙂

  26. This summer I’m reading my granddaughters some of my childhood favorites like Charlotte’s Web and the Little House on the Prairie books.

  27. Gosh, I don’t have anything specific in my mind, but I need to catch up on all the books that I have won! Thanks and God bless.

  28. I have been reading the V.C Andrews series starting with Flowers in The Attic so I will be finishing that series this summer I hope.

  29. I have stacks of books at home to read so can’t select just one but am looking forward to making a dent in the piles!

  30. I’m re-reading an oldie but a goodie from Stephen King currently — ‘Salem’s Lot. Looking forward to reading one of her newer ones, too, The Outsider. Just finished reading Joe HIll’s NOS4A2 in anticipation of watching the TV version with my daughter (another fan of SK who hasn’t discovered Joe Hill yet). Also, it’s a little weird to read books by a man named Joe Hill (because that was my step-dad’s name also, though he was no literary man. Interesting fun fact, the stepdad liked to read old westerns). I’m rambling now. Thanks for the awesome summer giveaway hop. Love these! I always discover new blogs to love. 🙂

  31. I just bought a book on Amazon and can’t wait to read it. It is called Bitten: The Secret History of Lyme Disease and Biological Weapons by Kris Newby

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