2020 Spring Reading List

I find myself in pursuit of book ideas to take my mind off of all that’s going on. In this post, I am sharing the list of books I intend to read.

Former ‘Teen Vogue’ Editor Shares Her Memoir — And Her Manifesto explores what it means to come into your own – on your own terms.

Welteroth discusses her climb through the ranks of media and fashion. In her groundbreaking story she unpacks lessons on race, identity, and success navigating the world through her own eyes. She redefines traditional perspectives of the modern movement for the next generation of change makers.

I started reading back in summer of 2019, Eloquent Rage by Brittney Cooper. Eloquent rage is all about being honest and accountable. The book reminds women that they don’t have to settle for less. The book argues that ultimately feminism, friendship, and faith is the quintessential superpower we all need to turn things right side up again.

Next, I will be reading We Can’t Say We Didn’t Know author Sophie McNeil shares human stories of devastation and hope behind the headlines — of children, families and refugees, of valiant doctors, steadfast dissidents and Saudi women seeking asylum.  This book resonates with those who know well, about  the risk taken by those who stand up for what they believe.

This next book was purely chosen on the face value of title, The Most Powerful Woman in the Room Is You: Command an Audience and Sell Your Way to Success and is written by the Senior Vice President of Christie’s and seasoned auctioneer Lydia Fenet. Through-out her story, Lydia shares the secrets of success and the strategies behind her revolutionary sales approach to show you how to embrace and channel your own power in any room.

If you are all about your money, join me in reading Secrets of Six-Figure Women: Surprising Strategies to Up Your Earnings and Change Your Life. The book discusses the steadily, growing number of women making six figures or more. It tells the story about the impact of women’s increasing earning potential has with reshaping perspectives on career and financial success.

If you’re on a healthy kick right now you may want to pick-up or listen to the audio version of Emotional Detox  by Sherianna Boyle, MED CAGS read by Nora Tocci. This book will help you, “Flush out negativity in your life and determine a clear path for new positive habits, behaviors, and emotions with certified energy healer, yoga instructor, and psychology professor Sherianna Boyle’s emotional detox program, C.L.E.A.N.S.E—as featured on YogaJournal.com.

Lastly, I am hoping to get around to New York Times best selling author Ann Patchett’s book, The Dutch House: A Novel. According to it’s description online, this book is a, “Richly moving story that explores the indelible bond between two siblings, the house of their childhood, and a past that will not let them go. The Dutch House is the story of a paradise lost, a tour de force that digs deeply into questions of inheritance, love and forgiveness, of how we want to see ourselves and of who we really are.”

What are you reading? Drop me a line with your favorite book of the season.


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