4 Books To Read For Fall

4 Books To Read For Fall

Fall is the perfect season to curl up under the blanket on weekends, read a book and have a lazy afternoon. If meals are food for our bodies, then books are definitely food for our souls! This week, we are introducing 4 of our favourite books to read during fall!

Whiskey Words & A Shovel II by R.H. Sin

This is the second volume to R.H. Sin’s collection of poems. This collection is based on love, relationships, pain and fortitude - empowering women who might be facing emotional turmoil after a nasty breakup. Sin’s poems are often short, and yet the emotional impact it brings to its readers is an enduring power beyond the short page. Even if you are not going through a rough time in relationships, have a read through this beautiful book and you will find yourself empowered like never before.

What I WIsh I Knew When I Was 20 - A Crash Course On Making Your Place In the World by Tina Seelig

For the younger readers out there, this book is for you. For those trying to figure out their future or making some big decisions at a young age, it can be daunting - until now. This book as it is named, guides all teenagers and young adults out there as they make the difficult transition from academia into their careers, providing tangible skills and insights that will last a lifetime - through exciting stories, inspiring advice, and a big dose of humor. If you are facing many challenges in your life right now but are wondering how to handle them, pick this book up, you might be surprised.

Bloom by Beau Taplin

Like Whiskey Words & A Shovel II, Bloom presents life in the form of poetry. Instead of love, Bloom focuses on the progression of life through grief - and how to learn from them. It features hundreds of beautifully laid out poems with calligraphy and artwork, giving its readers not only mental but also visual stimuli. As the title suggests, it is a book for anyone who wants to Bloom in a garden filled with adventures.

Paper Parties by Erin Hung

This last book that we recommend is called Paper Parties by Erin Hung. If you are someone who loves to DIY and get your hands moving, then this book is calling your name. It features over 50 paper projects for you to try - detailed and informative, from cards to Piñata, from confetti balloons to a mermaid scales backdrop...everything you can think of! Christmas and the New Year are fast approaching, which means you will either be hosting or attending parties! Grab this book now and learn how to wrap the most special gifts or decorate your party with all your paper creations!

Feeling like a book worm already? One way or another, these 4 books are inspirational - grab one of them and have a relaxing and inspiring reading session!

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