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Our Spring Break Reading List

March 4th, 2016

Remember the days of having a “real” spring break? (All you students out there: enjoy it while it lasts.) A blissful week with no responsibilities, preferably spent on a beach with stacks of magazines and friends who have nothing on the agenda besides vegging out. I decided to reclaim it this year: by the time this post goes live, Adam and I will be in Miami on a long weekend with friends. It’s our first getaway without the kids since having Henry, and since I’ve been fantasizing for several months about diving into a new book without interruptions, I polled the team to find out what they’re reading this spring. Click through for our picks, and I’d love to hear all of your additions in the comments! Now excuse me while I order another glass of rosé…

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5 Comments under :: Our Spring Break Reading List
  1. Erin says:

    Modern Romance and Why Not Me are easily some of my favorite books!!
    Erin | http://www.erinelizabethmiller.com

  2. Tessa says:

    Love the fact that the recommendations cover such a wide range of subjects. Molly, you have me laughing with your teasers! And Suruchi, The Opposite of Loneliness just might be my next book, the moment I finish my current obsession, The Talented Mr. Ripley.

  3. Molly says:

    Suruchi, I picked up The Opposite of Loneliness last year when I was wandering through the library and loved it so much. I’ve never talked to anyone else who has ever read it!

  4. Thanks for the suggestions! I’m one of those lufoy people who do get a spring break (my boss takes it off for vacation with his kids) so I’m gonna pick a few of these up for some reading and relaxing 🙂

  5. Chanel, thank you for including The Last Days of Magic! I hope you enjoy the read. Penguin commissioned a limited number of custom tarot decks for the book launch and I am happy to have one sent to you if you like. One thing about tarot, be careful what you ask the cards… Mark

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