December 20, 2012

Books to Read

I am a huge book worm; I love reading a good book and getting lost in the world the author has set up for me. 

During the school year, I rarely get a chance to sit down and read because I'm so busy. That's why over this break, I am making a true effort to read as much as possible. 

There are definitely a few books that I have been dying to read and I really want to get through them!




Who isn't fascinated by this iconic woman? I know I am, always have been but I have never gotten the chance to read up on her. I bought this book for $5 at one of Barnes and Nobles sales during the summer and completely forgot about it until I found it in my desk drawer! This will be one of the first books I tackle!




My main girl Lilly Pulitzer--she has become an icon for me over the past few months and I am simply obsessed with the Lilly Pulitzer brand. I stumbled upon this book by Kathryn Livingston while searching Barnes and Noble.com and knew I had to read it immediately. I really just want to learn more about who Lilly was and how she became the Queen of Pink and Green.




This book was written by former Cosmopolitan editor in chief, Kate White. I watched Ms. White on Levo League's Office Hours last week and was amazed by how incredible she is! (She even retweeted and favorited some of my tweets and I was dying!)

During Office Hours she offered words of wisdom and advice to young women getting started in their careers. I think this book will be extremely helpful to young women everywhere in understand what they need to do in order to have the most successful career they want. Who else better to learn from than a Cosmo Girl herself?




I feel like people everywhere have been talking about this book! It's been on my wish list for quite some time now but I really want to start it. It sounds like an "Eat Pray Love" type of memoir where a woman just up and moved her life to Paris. It sounds interesting and I am fascinated by Paris--sounds like a win-win!




I cannot get enough of Pretty Little Liars, whether it's on my television screen or I'm reading about it in book form. It's so scary and deceitful...it's the perfect young adult novel. I do wish that Shepard would've ended the series at the 8th book like she planned but I don't hate the continuation, it's definitely satisfying my Rosewood cravings.

This is the 12th book in the series and I just downloaded it onto my Nook' it doesn't take me long to read one of the bad boys, it'll take me no more than two days so I can't wait!

What books are you looking forward to reading over Christmas break?


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