b Bookworms

March 4, 2013

As Spring travel time approaches, the hunt for a good beach book is also sneaking up on us. Fill your cinda b® Beach Bag with sun screen, towels, snacks, and hopefully a good book or two to occupy your sun-bathing, ocean-watching time.  Wherever your travels take you, you will need some reading material for your getaway, and also an eReader Cover II or an eTablet Sleeve! So, we’ve gathered a couple good reads that are close to our team’s hearts…

Cinda, Founder + Chief Creative Officer

Not surprisingly, Cinda is a big fan of business books.  Malcolm Gladwell’s Tipping Point and Outliers, Dale Carnegie’s How To Win Friends and Influence People or Jim Collin’s Good to Great are some of her favorites.  When she wants an escape, she turns to chick lit. Something Borrowed, by Emily Griffin, is the perfect beach read.  Plus, Emily and Cinda are neighbors, so that makes her like Emily’s books even more!

Korrie, Creative + Marketing Director

One of the best suspense reads you can find is Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl. This unputdownable book about a marriage gone terribly wrong is a masterpiece of page-flipping, nerve-chilling content that kept Korrie on the edge of her seat, confounded after every turn.

Alex, Creative + Marketing Assistant

Absorbed from page one, Alex said she couldn’t stand to put down The Glass Castle, a true story by Jeannette Walls. This creatively written memoir is a story of triumph against all odds.  In this story, unconditional love leads the way for this moving tale about Jeannette’s life as she grew up. But it also has an inspiring undertone of how Jeanette took her circumstances and turned them into determination to carve out a successful life on her own terms.

Sandy, Customer Care Representative

When asked about her favorite book, her reply was, “Does US Weekly count?”.

Maddy, Product Development Assistant

Maddy couldn’t help but admit her passion for a classic, romantic novel like, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy are two of the most romantic and memorable characters in the whole world of English literature, and their story never fails to entertain.

Karen, Director of Customer Care

Erik Larson’s, Devil in the White City, balances beauty and terror during the 1893 World Fair in Chicago. Karen particularly enjoyed the appearance of the chicago architecture, but also the intertwining of a mystery plot encompassed around a serial killer during the time. This book reads like a fiction tale, but is based on true historical events following the lives of people who lived during the time. This story creates a place where incredible dreams come to life, alongside dark nightmares.

 

…and check out ebookweek.com for some other good, and free, reads for your ebook! Happy Reading!

 

 

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