What I’m reading…

Summer Reading
Today my husband took the morning shift with The Boy and I got a blissful 30 minutes with my coffee and the NYT Book Review Summer Reading guide.  Heaven!

Currently reading:

      Awesome Supervisory Skills: Seven Lessons for Young, First-Time Managers

I picked up Blood River by Tim Butcher after watching Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown and realizing I truly knew nothing about The Congo.  A fascinating read so far.

(Coincidentally, Butcher’s The Trigger is also featured in the NYTBR Summer Reading.)

I’m also loving Tamara Murray’s practical approach to management in Awesome Supervisory Skills: Seven Lessons for Young, First-Time Managers.

For book club:

A “spine-tingling fantasy illustrated with haunting vintage photography”?  Yes, please.

From the NYT Book Review:

    

The Orphan Choir by Sophie Hannah sounds deliciously creepy.  I enjoyed Hannah’s Little Face, so I’m looking forward to some unexpected twists from this one.

I love my Victorians and Slow Train to Switzerland by Diccon Bewes follows a group of English tourists on a hiking excursion in 1863.  Awesome.

And keepin’ it real:

How about you?  What’s on your reading list?


P.S.  Are we Twitter friends yet?  Follow me @TheMgmtMaven

 

This post contains affiliate links to Powell’s Books.

 

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