Summer Eating, Summer Reading

What we're eating this summer: the hugest, fattest, juciest, ripest blackberries. A handful of blackberriesWhat we're reading this summer:

Dani's reading Euphoria, by Lily King.

I'm obsessed. I can not stop reading this book. It reminds me a lot of State of Wonder by Ann Patchett, one of my favorite books of all time. Maybe this reveals what my favorite type of novel is? The subject headings for State of Wonder crack me up.

Scientists -- Fiction.

Medicine -- Research -- Fiction.

Jungles -- Amazon River Region -- Fiction.


Jess is reading The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, by Carson McCullers.

It's my second time reading it, and it's the perfect book for summer because everything is bright and thick and hot.

Honestly, though, we're the kind of people who read two or three or nine or twelve books at a time. It's a summer of bounty. The fattest, most luscious blackberries you've ever tasted, and a staggeringly ambitious stack of books.

Summer Book Stack