Monday, March 5, 2018

My Current "To Read" List!

Hey cupcakes, I am backkkkk from Spring Break! I am sad that it is over, but I can't wait to get back into blogging... I came up with a huge list of posts to write with some of my free time :D Today, I wanted to share with you all what is on my "to read" list. I don't often have much time to read for fun at school, but I should have a lot of time this summer (because I have a whole month before my internship starts). :) Let's get started!

1. The TodHunter Moon series by Angie Sage - A couple of years ago I talked about the Septimus Heap series in my Favorite Books of All Time post, and Angie Sage wrote this offshoot series. Because I loved the original series so much, I feel like I probably would love these too! I know they are for a much younger audience, but I will definitely be reading them at some point :)

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2. The Chickenshit Club by Jesse Eisinger - My accounting professor recommended this book to my class, and it looks pretty interesting. It discusses how CEOs are not always punished for their wrongdoings (especially in banking), so it looks like an interesting read for anyone who likes business/law. 



3. Adultolescence by Gabbie Hanna - I have never sat down and actually read a poetry book, and Gabbie's book sounds really good (Gabbie Hanna is known on YouTube as The Gabbie Show). A lot of YouTubers seem to write books about themselves, so I love that she published poetry she had written throughout her whole life. 

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4. Black Edge by Sheelah Kolhatkar - A professor I had last semester recommended this book to my class, and it also sounds really interesting! I know not all of you are interested in business, but I personally love to read books about what is happening on Wall Street (or has happened in the past). Should be a good read! 


5. wild by Cheryl Strayed - They recently made this book into a movie (I believe with Reese Witherspoon), but I have always been a firm believer of reading the both before watching the film ;) This story just sounds so interesting, and I love books written by authors who have done something incredible. 

Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail (Oprah's Book Club 2.0 1) by [Strayed, Cheryl]

What books are currently on your "to read" list? Comment below and don't forget to follow The Chic Cupcake to never miss a post! :)

Love,
Jenna 

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