What Are You Reading This Summer?




Here's a look at a few books on my Summer 2016 Reading List:

Moody Bitches: The Truth About the Drugs Your Taking, the Sleep You're Missing, the Sex You're Not Having, and What's Really Making You Crazy By Julie Holland, MD.

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This book is sure to turn your head. I can't wait to dig into this book on a quiet day with a cup of coffee. Julie Holland, MD teaches us how to stop taking medications for our mood swings and what really helps us live a better, more balanced life. So throw out the Tylenol and read Moody Bitches.

The Vegetarian By Han Kang.

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Named a top read on Amazon for Spring, The Vegetarian takes you into the arranged marriage of a man and woman. The man, never attracted to his wife, begins to find his love for her when she becomes a vegetarian.  This book will have you laughing, crying and mad at the same time. I am almost done with this one and as a vegetarian I can relate to quite a bit of scenarios in this great read.

The Shoemaker's Wife By Adriana Trigiani

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Step back into the early 1900s of the World Wars, Love and Adventure. The Shoemakers Wife brings you on a journey of two star crossed lovers and their "heart stopping romance".  I picked this one up in Cleveland Heights, OH at Mac's Backs Paperbacks Book Store on Coventry. It's connected to Tommy's Vegetarian Restaurant which makes me happy every time we go eat there.

Coco Chanel: An Intimate Life By Lisa Chaney

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Who wouldn't want to read a book on Chanel, every day of the week? Since Chanel is my idol and whom gained my interest in fashion at such an early age, I have been wanting this book for a few months. My husband surprised me recently with it and I can't wait to read more about my favorite woman.

The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person's Guide to Writing in The 21st Century By Steven Pinker
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 Every year I visits NYC and one of our favorite stops for breakfast, lunch or dinner is The Chelsea Market, not only is it super amazing that Oreo's were originally made there but they have the cutest shops, best sample sales and tastiest eats. My favorite place to grab food is Bar Suzette, their crepes are amazing. After grabbing a crepe it is only tradition to visit their little book store, Posman Books. I picked up this little number, along with a few others. I am excited to read it and learn how to stray away from Social Media and Texting Conversations and turn back on proper English and Writing.

If you are ever in NYC and stop by the Chelsea Market, make sure you grab a crepe at Bar Suzette or a donut at the Donuttery, shop a sample sale or pop up shop across from Amy's Bread in the Event Space and stop at Posman Books for the newest, stylish and best selection of books.

Let me know what books you are reading this summer or have already began to read. Where do you shop for books and what little bookstores have you stumbled across?


Signed Opinionated Fashionista- But First, A Book.

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