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Everyday Erica is a space where I can be creative and share my recipes, travels, fitness ventures, and overall life experiences with the ones I love. I currently live Denver and enjoy all the things the mountains and city have to offer. I'm a planner who has learned you can't plan for life, so I'm going to enjoy the ride while I've got this chance. 

Summer Reading List: 2016

Summa, Summa, Summa time! It is HERE guys! Summer....ahhhh. 

I love nothing more than lazy summer days on my patio with my bevie in hand and a good book.

This summer, I am happy to say, I am doing some abroad traveling for the first time evvvaaaa! I am compiling a list of some books to devour while preparing, but also to pack for the long flights I am totally not prepared for. 

Here's is what is on my list...

Geek Love by Katherine Dunn - currently reading. Abbie, Jaye and I have a little long distance book club and this is our second pick. Although, I think I am the only one currently reading it. But I love it so far. 


Rick Steve's London - also currently reading. Can you guess where I'm going this summer??

London: A biography by Peter Ackroyd - just picked this up from the library. It is huge and scary, we will see what I can get through

Gardener and the Grill - perfect for the season. My small home garden is actually doing things other than dying this year! I call it a success so far. 

Me Before You by Jojo Moyers - I always like to read the books before the movie, so I gotta get this one . I'm waiting for a terribly hot day (when I can't stand being in my no AC house) to go see this in the theater. 

Eligible by Curtis Sittenfield - looks like another easy breezy fun read. I haven't ready any of her books since Prep!

Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out, Stand In the Sun and Be Your Own Person by Shonda Rhimes - I mean, she's kind of a genius right? And yes, I am shamefully STILL watching Grey's. 

The Nest by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney - I'll do anything Amy Poehler says. So I will add this to my list. 

Eating in the Middle by Andie Mitchell - I read Andie's other book, It Was Me All Along, and kinda fell in love with her. 

Finding Yourself in the Kitchen by Dana Velden - because I always need inspiration

When Harry Met Sally by Nora Ephron - I can't believe I've never read any Nora Ephron. This books seems like a good start. 

The Girls by Emma Cline - this book is on a bunch of "must" read lists. It sound dark and creepy! Perfect so my long plane ride 

Mostly a light and breezy list for a light and breezy summer.

What's everyone else reading??