Books To Read In 2015

I love to read, I have always been a bookworm since I was little and learned how to read. I would always check out as many books as I could from the library and stay up late with a flashlight reading. I am still as passionate about reading as I was when I was little, every book is a new world to explore and I always learn something new. 

These four books are on the top of my reading list for the New Year. I usually don’t make a list of books, I just read what I am interested in at the time or if a book catches my attention. But I have been meaning to read these books, and for some reason I still haven’t read them so I have made it a goal to read them this year. It most likely won’t take me a whole year to read four books but I want to make sure they are four books I read in 2015.

I love books that are motivational and that have a positive message in them, and especially when they are for girls. I think that it is so important for girls to know that they can do anything they want to do. These three books #GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso, Bossy Pants by Tina Fey and The Woman I Wanted To Be by Diane von Furstenberg are exactly those kinds of books.

Woman that had a dream and did not take no for an answer, woman who worked extremely hard to get where they are now and that want other woman and girls to know that it is possible to achieve ones goals. I just love books like that inspire and motivate me to work harder and be a better person so I am really looking forward to start reading them.

There is one fiction book in my list and that is Gray Mountain by John Grisham, The main character is a girl named Samantha. He is one of my favorite authors and his books are so captivating. I always have a hard time putting them down, when I read one of his books I just cant seem to stop reading it for anything and when I’m not reading I’m thinking of the story.

In high school I was in my sisters room looking at her bookcase, and she had a lot of books by John Grisham so I borrowed a few, and that was the moment that I knew he was an author where I could know I would like one of his books just by knowing he had written it.

Some examples of books that he has written and that were made into movies are The Firm and The Pelican Brief so if you liked those movies and like to read you could like this book. I would also suggest reading those books even if you have seen the movies because the books are always better.

Most likely when I finish reading these books I will post a new list of books I want to read. What are some books that you are looking forward to or have been thinking of reading?