Six Degrees of Separation is the brain child of Kate over at Books Are My Favourite and Best where we all start with the same book, and head down the rabbit hole to add six more, and see where our links take us!
Follow the hashtag #6degrees on Twitter to check out everyone else’s chains. Six Degrees of Separation takes place on the first Saturday of the month.
This month, the starting book is Postcards From The Edge by Carrie Fisher.
Postcards From The Edge is semi – biographical, and shows glimpses of life in Hollywood, rehab centres, and life in the ‘real’ world once out of rehab. So for my next book, I went to another one of Carrie Fisher’s novels – Surrender The Pink. Now, I’m not huge into Star Wars, and I had no idea that Carrie Fisher was also a writer, but I think that’s pretty cool.
Surrender The Pink is a contemporary romance about Dinah Kaufman, who has a history of dating and being attracted to men that are not right for her. That description reminds me quite a bit of the premise of the next book, so I am jumping next to What If? by Shari Low.
I read What If? several months ago, and the premise of that book was Carly Cooper going on a country-hopping adventure to track down all of her former boyfriends and fiances, to find out if perhaps one of them had actually been her Mr. Right. It was very funny and well worth a read.
So next, I’m jumping to People We Meet On Vacation by Emily Henry. People We Meet On Vacation is about two friends who vacationed together every year until something happened that caused a huge fall out. They go on one last vacation together after years of not speaking.
After that, I’m going to hop, skip and jump over to Beach Read which is also by Emily Henry. It’s summer, I’ve got to have it, right?
And I’m ending on another summery book, The Summer Island Swap by Samantha Tonge. It’s summer, beaches and islands.
So there you have my six degrees of separation, starting at Postcards From The Edge, and ending at The Summer Island Swap.
3 thoughts on “Six Degrees Of Separation – August 2021 Edition”
A love filled lovely chain!
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I like how you have built the chain around reads perfect for the summer (or vacations). Thanks for recs!
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A sparkly summer chain!