When I took a break from blogging, I wanted to talk about all the books I wanted to read that I either discovered or was released in May 2020. After my break, I realized I still had my second books post saved and I have yet to read all the books on the list. Since I wanted to motivate myself to read more, I decided to share the rest of the books I would like to read.
The Wedding Dress by Danielle Steel
The Wedding Dress by Danielle Steel is about a wedding dress that is passed down and worn by four members of the same family in four different generations. I love the Hallmark movie The Wedding Dress, which is similar in plot to this book, but is different. Since I love The Wedding Dress movie, I wanted to read Danielle Steel’s take on the same subject matter.
Tombstone: The Earp Brothers, Doc Holliday, and the Vendetta Ride from Hell by Tom Clavin
In case you’re new to my blog, I’m from Arizona. Although I will eventually need to move out of state (I’m still trying to wrap my head around that) I like reading about Arizona history from time to time. The gunfight at the OK Coral in Tombstone, Arizona is a part of Arizona’s history that is both interesting and complicated because it deals with vendettas and bad feelings between people who may not be all they seemed. Tom Calvin’s book peaked my interest because it talks about the gunfight and examines what made this gunfight the most legendary gunfight in Arizona.
The Pioneers: The Heroic Story of the Settlers Who Brought the American Ideal West by David McCullough
The last book I would like to read is The Pioneers by David McCullough. David McCullough is an American historian that wrote books about American history, including on about John Adams which was turned into a mini series. I enjoy his books, and the John Adams mini series, so when I saw he wrote a new book, I was excited. Unfortunately, it was published in 2019 and I found out about it in 2020. Still, I want to read it.