Tell us what you’re reading this summer

  • Herald staff
  • Friday, June 20, 2014 1:19pm
  • Life

What are you reading? Or what are you hoping to read this summer? Herald staffers are preparing a list of books we want to read this summer, and we’d like you to add to the recommendations.

The books can be fiction, nonfiction, new releases, classics or old favorites that you want to read again. Give us the title and author and tell us why you’re looking forward to reading it and maybe how you like to read: hardbound, paperback, e-book, audio, on the beach, during your commute, in a favorite chair or elsewhere.

Post your recommendations on our Facebook page or email them to features@heraldnet.com.

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