Labor Day reads

Since I have many tedious and time-consuming work projects to complete before summer’s end, MN Reads is going to take a good long Labor Day break. Aside from working, I’ll be reading Hopeless Savages Greatest Hits by Jen Van Meter, The Tanglewood Terror by Kurtis Scaletta, and The False Friend by Myla Goldberg (if I can stop singing The Decemberists’ song long enough to make it through a chapter).

You got any good books on tap?

Website: I WIll Dare

I was the kind of girl who kept an obsessive list of statistics about her Sweet Valley High collection and would take great pride in being able to recite plot synopses for each one from memory. Really. Sadly, nobody ever asked me to recite them.

There are 3 comments for this article
  1. Christa at 10:24 am

    I’m going to spend the time writing the two reviews I have simmering in the back of my brain and finishing “Lola, California” and reviewing that then, too.

  2. Jodi Chromey Author at 10:25 am

    Oh, I can’t wait to read your review of Lola, California. I’ve been flirting with the reading that book since I read the Largehearted Boy Playlist.

  3. David at 7:34 am

    Did you see Edie Meidav’s interview with Kevin Salem about Lola, California? Both will be at her reading here next week, I am looking forward to it.

    I am finishing a handful of books, Bonie Nadzam’s Lamb, Ben Lerner’s Leaving the Atocha Station, and Laurel Snyder’s YA novel Bigger Than a Bread Box.

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