Summer Reading List For The Ladies

The busier life gets, the harder it is to take time away from your schedule to dive into a good read. Now that summer is just around the corner, you’ll need something to occupy you poolside or on that long plane ride to your white sand vacation far far away.

We’ve rounded up a list of must-reads for all the ladies looking for a summer getaway. Leave us any recommendations you have in the comments. We’d love to hear what you’ve been reading lately!

books Summer Reading List For The Ladies

#GIRLBOSS- Sophia Amoruso, the Founder and CEO of Nasty Gal tells her story from teenage dumpster diving to now, full blown fashion retailer.

Into The Wild- This story recounts the events that led Christopher McCandless to graduate college and immediately spend his summer on a quest through the wilderness which he never returned from.

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying- Find out how Carol Leifer broke the boys club stereotype in the comedy world and made a name for herself writing and starring in shows like Modern Family, The Ellen Show, and Saturday Night Live.

Second Person Singular- This book follows two Middle Eastern men who’s lives intersect under the most curious of circumstances. It’s both beautiful and heartbreaking!

Wild- At a young age, Cheryl Strayed thought she lost everything after the death of her mother. Years later she sets out to hike over 1000 miles in the hope she’d find healing. This book is being made into a movie starring Reese Witherspoon that will release in December!

Save The Date- Don’t be shy, you know who you are – the perpetual wedding guest. Save The Date tackles love and the meaning of marriage in a fun and playful way.

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