My Fav American Books this Summer!


Here my 5 favorite summer best-sellers

This summer has been rich of great books that I am really happy to share with you!

Is Everyone hanging out without me? by Mindy Kaling.
Hilarious – very funny. Mindy is great and I just love her. I love her show and her personnality. She is funny, wit, brillant and not shy to laugh about herself. This book is fresh and really honest. A good times assured.

Leave your mark by Aliza Licht.
I’ve learnt a lot with this book. I love how easy it has been written, lots of examples and Aliza is pretty honest and very direct. When I’ve started to read it that was hard to put it down. I’ve taken lots of notes of Aliza’s ideas and find her tips really useful.

Paper Towns by John Green.
John Green is the author to read this summer. Paper Towns is a fresh, adventure and friendship story that can be read while you are relaxing on the beach. It’s funny and mysterious and just so real. Definitely recommended.
The book has been film adapted.

The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson.
A classic. Book of the time. I was feeling that I have to read this book as I was moving out to Chicago. This is really a great read filled with meticulously researched historical facts and notable people of the time.

It’s not How Good you are, it’s how good you want to be by Paul Arden.
I read Paul Arden’s classic in less than an hour. Billed as ‘a pocket bible for the talented and timid to make the unthinkable thinkable and the impossible possible’, the book was written for advertisers, designers and marketeers. In reality, there’s useful knowledge in these pages for entrepreneurs and creatives of all kinds. Sometimes, I re-read few pages…

And you, what do you have to recommend me?


Cécile lives in Chicago though is originally from southern France. She’s an avid traveler and is always excited by new adventures. After living in Ireland, Australia and Canada, Cécile is an advocate of having a routine but not staying comfortable for too long.


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