LID Publishing Summer Reads
LID Publishing have been busy this week collating our recommended Summer Reads list. Members of the LID Publishing team have given their favourite books to get stuck into over the long summer days whether it is sat on a beach, in a local park or before bed.
Purpose –Â Ben Renshaw
“During a recent long flight, I was glancing through this book primarily as a preparation for meetings with Japenese publishers. But I found myself reading large parts because it is such an engaging and relevant book. I am glad we published it!”
Martin Liu, Publisher
PurposeÂ is available to buy here
Positive Nutrition – Kate Cook
“Refreshingly down-to-earth, informative and interesting. An empowering read to live life to the full.”
Niki Mullin, Business Development Director
Positive Nutrition is available to buy here.
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine – Gail Honeyman
“Heartbreaking and heartwarming at the same time. Superb characterisation, you feel like you’ve known them for years. A real page turner that I couldn’t put down.”
Niki Mullin, Business Developemnt Director
Leading From Behind – Dirk Devos, Manon De Wit, Robert Lubberding
“A ground-breaking guidebook on transformational leadership for every leader seeking to unlock the hidden potential in their team – and get the best from everyone, everywhere, anytime.”
Maria Cid, Communications Manager
Leading From Behind is available to buy here.
A Time of Love and Tartan – Alexander McCall Smith
“I quickly fell in love with both the characteras and the warmly amusing world McCall has created, which sees the continued antics of a hapless group of neightbours. It’s the kind of book that makes you feel instantly lighter as you navigate theups and downs of life with old friends.”
Liz Cooley, Assistant Editor
The Inspiratorium – Anthony Tasgal
“This is not your average business boook but is more of an eclectic mix of stories that hopes to spark new thought processes and ideas as you read. The stories are short and sweet, enabling you to pick it up and put it down wheneevr you’re in need of a good distraction.”
Liz Cooley, Assistant Editor
The Inspiratorium is available to buy here.
Pour Me: A Life – A. A. Gill
“A. A. Gill was many things – a travel writer, food critic, television reviewer, artist, cook, addict. In his memoir, he begins in a rehab facility and takes the reader on a journey back and fourth through his childhood, art school, discovering his love of cooking, and his struggle with alchoholism. This book will stay with you long after you finish it.”
Charlotte Reyard, Events & Marketing Executive
Circe – Madeline Miller
“A re-imagined mythical tale of the Greek, often misjudged, sun-goddess, Circe. From her emotionally-abused childhood, exile, and discovery of power, Miller delivers a beautiful tragedy that is magical, romantic, and rebellious.”
Natasha Tsakiris, Publicist
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