new book 2013 - good read

The month of January is passing by super quickly and I barely have time for reading,

however few new books appeared on my nightstand and I’m keen to start reading them.


{1} Life lessons from the monk who sold his Ferrari  by Robin Sharma seems to be a good

inspirational read. Through 101 lessons, author of the multi-million-copy bestseller

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari reveals how to achieve true happiness, find fulfilment, live

peacefully and meaningfully every day. If you want to work on your personal development

this might be the right book for you.

{2} The book thief by Markus Zusak is #1 New York Time bestseller that will be soon in movie

theaters (January 30).  This unforgettable and enduring story is about a foster girl living in

Germany during bombing raids who fights for her own existence and feeds her soul with

reading. I’m definitely going to read the book first before heading to theater.

{3} Chocolate & Zuccini food blogger Clotilde Dusoulier wrote an excellent vegetarian

cookbook called The French Market Cookbook. It tells a culinary love story about French

cuisine and vegetables, a cookbook with plenty delicious ideas on how to cook vegetables

through 90 seasonal, simple and flavorsome recipes.

{4} One of Richard Templar‘ s bestselling books is The rules of life – a personal code for

living a better, happier, more successful life. While most of the rules written in the book

are of common sense, this is a still very good self-help book that reminds us of valuable

knowledge we tend to forget during adulthood. I find it stimulating and encouraging.


Make yourself a tea/coffee and enjoy reading!



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