Books to read on vacation

Vacations are prefect for reading more, whether it is to escape reality, be inspired or for self improvement. We have you covered with these 5 great reads:

Pretty Things by Janelle Brown
Nina once bought into the idea that her fancy liberal arts degree would lead to a fulfilling career. When that dream crashed, she turned to stealing from rich kids in L.A. alongside her wily Irish boyfriend, Lachlan. Nina learned from the best: Her mother was the original con artist, hustling to give her daughter a decent childhood despite their wayward life. But when her mom gets sick, Nina puts everything on the line to help her, even if it means running her most audacious, dangerous scam yet.



From Scratch byTembi Locke  
Now a Netflix series, based on Reese Witherspoon Book Club Pick and New York Times, memoir bestseller is “a captivating story of love lost and found” (Kirkus Reviews) set in the lush Sicilian countryside, where one woman discovers the healing powers of food, family, and unexpected grace in her darkest hours.



Badass Habits by Jen Sincero
New York Times bestselling author Jen Sincero gets to the core of transformation: Habits - breaking, making, understanding, and sticking with them, like you never have before.



Renewing Your Mind by Makini Smith and Suzana Mihalovic
Renewing Your Mind presents transcripts from Makini Smith & Suzana Mihalovic, mindset coaches and Proctor Gallagher consultants', workshops. It is an essential resource for anyone who wants the combined wisdom and experience of 2 proteges of the legendary Bob Proctor. This book is your guide to transforming your world from chaos to clarity in one volume.



Say Less, Get More by Fotini Iconomopoulos
Nicknamed “the negotiator” as a child, Fotini Iconomopoulos has been honing her skills her entire life. As a sought-after expert, for more than a decade she’s been empowering Fortune 500 executives and their teams to achieve their objectives.Now for the first time, Iconomopoulos shares her simple and innovative strategies, debunks common negotiation myths and explains why effective negotiation does not follow a one-size fits all/art of the deal approach.



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