2015 Summer Reading List

It’s time to write down my strategic plan for summer reading.

I still have several books sitting on the shelf that need to be read—Eiffel’s Tower, Teri Agins’ Hijacking the Runway and my newest signed book, Inside the O’Briens—but I also want to try to make time to read a few other books…
Several peers on Facebook had shared a photo of this book as a “must-read,” so I’m willing to give it a go. This is the sort of book that is probably great to read as a post-grad or if you’re trying to figure out what to do after your entry-level job. 

I follow Lisa on Instagram and like all of her posts… Why not read her book?

After watching the latest film adaptation at Jane Pickens, I am dying to read the book. I’m going to have to read it at the beach to keep the intense reactions to Hardy’s writing at bay…

My reading list wouldn’t be complete without one book related to fashion and/or Paris. This just came out in May, so I want to read it while it’s still super new. I was really sad to find out she did an event in Westport, only minutes away from my parents’ house in Connecticut…

Nomadic Matt puts together great reading lists and this one definitely popped out on his 12 Recommended Books for 2015. Maybe it’s because of the color or maybe it’s because I seriously need to build better professional habits, but this should be a good one, too. 

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