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I used to read academic books only to come to grips with some worthy to remember statements. Teachers instruct us to read a certain amount of pages on account of having an assessment the next day; they, however, never inject to students how reading can appease the craving of mind.
It's probably true that a person who doesn't feel the desire to read has yet to get hold of a good book. And may this selection ignite a new passion, a different interest that is to read and find good books.
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1. #GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso
This book tells the story of Sophia Amoruso, founder and owner of the famous Nasty Gal online store. The book talks about the rise of the brand and tells some curious behind-the scene stories, but it's also filled with important life rules and smart observations. Sophia proves that success is not about popularity or college education, but about common sense and following our personal instincts. Want to read it? Get the book here.
2. Nice is Just a Place in France by The Betches
By the title of this book, you might assume it's a fun read. And you're right. Written by Jordana Abraham, Aleen Kuperman, and Samantha Fishbein from the website Betches Love This, this rather ironic book is assumedly selfish, with tips on how to get what you want and how to deal with guys, career, friends and enemies. It's all about being a badass in life. Feeling enticed? Get the book here.
3. Bossypants by Tina Fey
In this fun biography, Tina Fey tells her story since her young nerdy days to Saturday Night Live. The comedy actress reveals all, from her quest for beauty and her experiences as a mother to her troubled college romance and her nearly tragic honeymoon accident. Tina Fey proves what we all thought, that "you're no one until someone calls you bossy". Feeling curious? Get the book here.
4. The Body Book by Cameron Diaz
Feeling happy, healthy and strong is a must for a fulfilling life. In this book, actress Cameron Diaz, who actually went through a learning process to achieve her own life balance, shares her knowledge about the best ways to eat, move and care for your body. Grounded by science facts and personal experience, Cameron leaves her life formula, so you too can achieve a balanced existence. Caught your interest? Get the book here.
5. The Woman I Wanted to Be by Diane Von Furstenberg
In this autobiography, the renowned designer reflects on her life, from her childhood days to the moment she created the iconic wrap dress and became a fashion sensation. Diane also shows her personal side and opens up about family, overcoming cancer and career struggles. Above all things, Diane wants "every woman to know that she can be the woman she wants to be". Sparked your interest? Get the book here.