There’s little that hasn’t been said about introverts. Especially since this (marvelous, if I may add) book:
Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, by Susan Caine
I read it recently and goodness, did I like it! Partly, of course, because I am introvert. Partly, because it is brilliant. A must-read even for extroverts who, whether they realise it or not, have to deal with us introverts all the time. So read on, both introverts AND extroverts!
First off, what do I label as a SUMMER READ?
A summer read is a novel that is light-hearted, with vibrant characters and a fast-paced plot. It’s a novel you can read during cool summer evenings, on a weekend outside the city, on the beach, or in a tent perched on top of a mountain. The best ones have a happy ending – that’s my personal preference.
Hopefully, you already got the point. (Because if not, I can go on for another half an hour explaining what exactly I mean by summer reads.)
Now on to the best part: I have these books in my personal library and they are available for borrowing. Read on and I’ll let you know how you can do that at the end of this article.
Here are 3 fiction books I think you’ll enjoy these last weeks of summer.