Bookworm: Reading List

books to read in 2015
bookworm: reading list
It by Alexa Chung
Refinery29: Style Stalking by Piera Gelardi and Christene Barberich
The Obstacle Is the Way by Ryan Holiday
I Was Here by Gayle Forman
Yes Please by Amy Poehler
It Starts With Food by Melissa Hartwig and Dallas Hartwig
And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie (current book club pick)
Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson
I'll Drink to That by Betty Halbreich and Rebecca Paley

Over the last four or five months I have greatly increased the amount of books I have been reading. Starting a book club with Jessica and several friends was a great idea. I have always loved reading but several years ago it greatly tampered off because I never made time for it. When the idea of starting a book club came to me I immediately thought that at least I would be reading one book a month but it has rubbed off and now I finish several books each month. For our February book club meeting our friend choose this book but I hope to also work my way through the other books above in the next couple months. What are you currently reading?


  1. I have read the Agatha Christie and it is unputdownable!

  2. Oh I want to read so many of these! My vacation needs to hurry up since i literally only have time to read on vacation. But Amy Poehler's book is at the top of my list.

    Savvy City Chic

  3. I need some new books, these look great!! xx

  4. Yes Please! was pretty good, you'll have to tell us what you thought once you read it. :)

    I'm currently reading "The Paris Wife" by Paula McLain for a book club. It's about Ernest Hemingway and his relationship with and subsequent marriage to Hadley Richardson. He apparently said that he would rather have died than to have loved anyone else but her. It's pretty good so far! :)

  5. I too have 'The Obstacle is the Way' on my list, but have now added It Start's With Food ;-)
    Currently reading The Glitter Plan (by the founders of Juicy Couture); I think you will love this book. It's about how 2 friends had a dream and did it their way (which was usually against the advice of all the experts). Also reading 'Thunk' and The Power of Now (which I am really struggling with).


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