Friday Five – Ice Cream Edition
TGIF! We are ready for the weekend. July is National Ice Cream Month and we have paired our big wins with our favorite ice cream GIFs. So grab a pint (or two) and dive into this week’s Friday Five!
Song – “Boom Clap” by Charli XCX
Instagram Crush – @thebookgawker
Movie – Cars 3
Parade Magazine shared some love for The People We Hate At The Wedding by Grant Ginder, featuring it as a must-read in their latest issue:
The Identicals author Elin Hilderbrand shared her summer reading picks on CBS This Morning. Elin loved The People We Hate At The Wedding by Grant Ginder and The Admissions by Meg Mitchell Moore.
Redbook called The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid a beach read to sweep you off your feet this summer.
Elle has 22 books to read right now including The Goddesses by Swan Huntley. This piece also ran in their July issue and featured Hello, Sunshine by Laura Dave.
Brit + Co has 7 thrilling summer reads with strong female leads for everyone who loved Wonder Woman. This list features The Guineveres by Sarah Domet, The Goddesses by Swan Huntley, Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty and more!
ReadItForward selected The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid as one of the best reads of June 2017.
BrazenWoman picked The Saturday Evening Girls Club by Jane Healey as one of the best reads for summer 2017.
Month three of the Summer Reading Challenge is kicking off! Our July lineup is amazing, take a look at our July books.
WBUR 90.9, which ran on 290 NPR stations, shared the hottest summer reads of 2017 including The Leavers by Lisa Ko, Woman No. 17 by Edan Lepucki and The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid.
HelloGiggles featured Into The Water by Paula Hawkins as one of the most nerve-jangling summer thrillers you need to read.
BookBub highlighted The Leavers by Lisa Ko as a major breakthrough book of 2017.
Goodreads readers have spoken and their favorite summer reads include The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid and Rich People Problems by Kevin Kwan.
What an incredible week for BookSparks authors!