The Theme of the my year 2016 is ‘Making a Difference’ ( Check out my post Blogger with a Cause to know more) It only made sense that the first book on my Bookshelf be by somebody who has make a difference in somebody’s life already!
I came across this book ‘ The Promise of a Pencil’ by Adam Bruan accidently, when I was going through the Kindle store & I was very intrigued by the title itself & decided to pick it up.
The book is a New York Times Bestseller & is the story of how the author met a young boy begging on the streets of India, who after being asked what he wanted most in his life, simply answered – ‘A pencil’.
This apparently tiny looking request led to a staggering journey across many countries & eventually led to Adam leaving his prestigious job to establish ‘Pencils of promise’. He started with just $25, & this small looking step has grown by leaps 7 bounds & has resulted in the establishment of more than 250 schools across the world today. The book is his journey & how he managed to accomplish this amazing feat! How can you not want to read it!
I will do a review, once I am done reading the book.
Why not read the book with me?!
If you have read it already though, let me know how you liked it in the comments section below!
Looking forward to hearing from you!
The Book I have chosen to read this month is, ‘The Bad Girl’s Guide to getting what you want’ by Cameron Tuttle.
Since the Holiday season is almost upon us, I was wanting to read something that funny & an easy read & will put me in a great spirit. Its been a long time since I read something that is typically Chic Lit. ( I love Chic Lit)
This book is a follow up to the very popular ‘Bad Girls Guide to the Open Road’. I haven’t read that one yet, but I hear it is equally good. I downloaded samples of both from Amazon on my Kindle, but in the end, this book fascinated me more!
The author Cameron Tuttle’s ambition is to make the world a badder place one girl at a time. So let us see if she can add another one to her count by the end of this month!
Has anyone read this one yet?
Do share your thoughts if you have in the comments section below!
I am super excited to announce the Book of the month for November! The book is all the more special because it is written by a friend & fellow blogger Margaret Sorick! The novel has it all, mystery, suspense & Romance.
This is the first book of a three book series. The second book ‘Seeing Red’ is out as well. The book is available for purchase both in Paperback & Kindle format on Amazon. You can find a link for the same here.
The author, Margaret Sorick ( Meg for us bloggers ) can be reached via her website here. Do visit her website & show her some love & support!
I hope you guys will join me in reading the book. If you have read it already, do let me know in the comments section how you liked it!
Looking forward to hearing from you, as always.
For the month of October, I have chosen ‘Everything that Remains’ by The Minimalists, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus. The first time I came across the Lifestyle choice of Minimalism was when I heard a ‘Tedx Talk’ given by this duo. Will share my views on the book once I am done reading it. You are also welcome to read the Book with me!
For the month of September, I have chosen Marie Kondo’s book ‘The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying up’! I have heard great reviews about it. Its sold around 2 million copies worldwide. Thanks Estee for recommending the book! Will do a review once I am done reading it! You guys are welcome to read it with me!