Louise Pentland’s Time After Time
If you’re looking for a book to read on holiday, I’ve got some recommendations for you. In her latest book, Mumlife, author Louise Pentland opens up about her upbringing, including being abused as a child. The book is funny, moving, and a good read for holiday time. Read it now and prepare to be swept away by its captivating story.
You may have heard of Louise Pentland, the British author of the Sprinkle of Glitter trilogy. She became famous online as one of the first vloggers in the UK, and her YouTube channel soon expanded to other areas. Pentland has turned her writing skills into a series of fiction books, a series featuring the protagonist Robin Wilde. Her talents have also led her to become an internet personality and a blogger, collaborating with luxury accessories and clothing brand LRM.
Daniel Kahneman’s The Midnight Library
In his new book, “Thinking, Fast and Slow,” Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman unearths the counterproductive habits of our mind that influence our decisions and emotions. Using real-world examples and his own research, Kahneman shows how we use our intuition to make the right decisions, but often without considering the implications. Read on to find out how Kahneman’s findings can help you make better decisions.
Matt Haig’s Shogun
If you’re looking for a novel to read on holiday, you might want to consider A Boy Called Christmas by Matt Haig. Set in Victorian England, it’s the story of Amelia Wishart, the first child to receive a gift from Father Christmas. The hope that she possesses might just save Christmas itself. A Wishart Christmas is a great read for anyone, whether you’re on holiday with your family or by yourself. The novel is set during Queen Victoria’s reign and the troll attack that destroyed the first Christmas. Father Christmas needs a little girl’s hope to help him get back on track.
Jack Kerouac’s A Thousand Days in Venice
While on holiday in Venice, you should consider taking a copy of Jack Kerouac’s A Thousand Day in Veneto to read on holiday. This book is one of the most famous novels by the author, and has been a hit movie as well. Its main plot revolves around a man’s coming of age and his musical awakening. It will give you a vivid picture of his time in Venice, and you can enjoy it on your holiday, too!
The collection contains manuscripts, typescripts, journals, diaries, and correspondence by Kerouac. The archive contains personal letters, photos, and memorabilia from the author. The collection contains more than 34,000 items, and is constantly being updated. It can be found on the Berg’s website under the “Jack Kerouac papers” category. Kerouac’s writings and works are an important part of American literature.
Agatha Christie’s An American Marriage
If you’re looking for a good book to read on holiday, consider picking up Agatha Christie’s An American Wedding. Her novels are renowned for their complicated puzzles. She is known for scattering clues in plain sight and piling red herrings on top of each other to keep readers guessing. Even Christie’s most popular novels can have some spoilers.
When the book was published, Christie was already married to a barrister named Mallowan, who had just recently moved to America. The two had been married for six months before his death. She was also busy with her writing career, and she spent a lot of time researching her novel, which led to her famous ‘Death Comes As the End.’ The story was a hit, and prompted Christie to write her most popular novel to date, “An American Marriage”.
Emily Henry’s You and Me on Vacation
This contemporary YA novel is set in Hawaii, and follows the relationship of a young girl with her mother. In an effort to find a way to reconcile, she goes on vacation to visit her parents. But her mother has other plans. The couple must deal with the reality of a broken relationship while the mother is away on vacation. The relationship is rocky, and she must find ways to overcome her fear of leaving her husband for a new woman.
You and Me on Vacation focuses on best friends Poppy and Alex’s shifting friendship and feelings. The two first met as college freshmen, and while they didn’t share much, fate had other plans. Twelve years later, they still see each other. The story’s alternating timelines reveals how quickly friendships can change. This novel’s unique structure helps establish the characters and their relationship. And it gives readers a lot to think about.