Summer Reading!

These are the books that I’m planning on reading this summer:
1. The Blind Side- I “borrowed” this book from my little sister… but she said it was really good! And I love the movie! So I want to see what the book is!
2.The Help- I just did a book review on this this morning… since I finished it this morning! But I would definitely read it!
3. Are You There Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea.- I bought this last year, and I never got around to reading it. But Chelsea’s super funny! So I can’t wait to read it!
4. How To Be A Hepburn in a Hilton World- The author, Jordan Christy, does videos for my sorority’s Confidence Coalition, and I wanted to read all of her stuff!
5. This Is Your Brain on Music- My dad worked in the music business when I was little, and his love of music was transferred onto me! He bought me this book for Christmas a couple of years ago. And I never got around to reading it.
6. Saving CeeCee Honeycutt- This was the first book for the College Prepster book club. I read half of it, and got caught up with the end of the school year, so I want to finish it! 
7. Pledged- I was given this book by my sorority sister a couple of days ago. She told me it was good, so I can’t wait to read it!
8. In A Heartbeat- This is the book written by Leigh Anne and Sean Tuohy, the couple who’s family The Blind Side is written about. I can’t wait to read it! Especially, because Leigh Anne was a KD, and she gave a speech at the recent Convention.
9. What I Wore- I love the What I Wore Blog. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on her book when it first came out!
What are you guys reading this summer?

The Help

The Help is one of the best books I’ve ever read. It is about Jackson, Mississippi in the 1960’s. The main characters whos perspective the story is written from, are Skeeter, a young, white woman who has just graduated from Ole Miss. And the others are Aibeleen and Minny, two black maids. Skeeter helps the maids to write a book of their stories of working for white women, and how they are treated by the woman.

The story is funny at times, sad at times, but overall a wonderful story. I would definitely recommend it to anyone trying to find something else to read this summer!