On hot days when I don't feel like moving, I read. Of course, I read all the time - I'm a librarian (retired). So far this year I've read about 35 books, give or take a few, and I'm always looking for a new series. The library has books to download to my Kindle for free, and this has introduced me to quite a few new authors. I'm devouring this first book by Maya Corrigan, set on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It combines two themes I like - the Bay area and cooking. I'm about halfway through this cozy, and can't wait to read the next one. The "five ingredient" recipes sound perfect, too. I've enjoyed quite a few series featuring cooks, including the ones by Diane Mott Davidson, Joanne Fluke, and Katherine Hall Page. I especially like to try out the recipes they include.
This rainy spring/summer, I've read several good series, including the second book in the Cat in the Stacks series by Miranda James, all four books in the Peridale Café series by Agatha Frost (pen name for a man), and The Chalk Pit by Elly Griffiths, ninth in the series featuring archaeologist Ruth Galloway. I especially like the latter series because it features a very human heroine who's a bit overweight and has some odd friends. None of this reading is all that taxing which is just fine for sitting on the back porch or in the living room if the rain is streaming down. The forecast is for more heat and humidity in the next few days, so you know what I'll be up to!