Summertime is meant for sunbathing by the pool with a good book. Although after you’ve read the same Jane Austen novel for the fifth time, you start to question what else might be out there for you. Here are some of our top book recommendations for some easy summer reading.
Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)
By: Mindy Kaling
Are you looking to indulge in a light and easygoing book that will make you laugh out loud? Well, you’re in for a treat with this one. Actress and comedy writer, Mindy Kaling, tells her life story – from childhood to how she ended up in the world of show business. Filled with funny anecdotes, Kaling narrates the novel as if she’s your best friend guiding you through her experiences. From friendships and romance to bizarre Hollywood moments, Kaling is incredibly relatable and will surely entertain you if you choose to spend some time reading her story.
All the Light We Cannot See
By: Anthony Doerr
All the Light We Cannot See is a New York Times Best Seller that has captured the hearts of many readers. This coming-of-age story follows the lives of a French girl and a German boy during World War II, from childhood to after the war. It has been praised for being so beautifully and vividly written that you might forget you’re in the year 2017 because you will be so immersed!
How to Win Friends and Influence People
By: Daniel Carnegie
If you are a workaholic and feel guilty about reading for leisure, consider checking out this classic self-help book. This novel was originally published in 1936 but is still relevant to the professional world today. Dive into the pages of this book where you’ll find helpful tips on how to be successful in your professional life. Relax by the pool and work at the same time – certainly a “novel” idea!
By: Stephanie Danler
Sweetbitter is the story of a young woman who moves to New York City to start an exciting life. This book will give you a peek into the wild world of the New York food industry as a young person in her twenties experiences romance, parties, and a little scandal on the side. Get your fill of drama this summer with a novel instead of a TV screen!
We hope you take time to relax and read a book this summer! What are some of your favorite summer reads?