What’s on Your Summer Reading List?

Image courtesy of Jan Fidler's photostream

Image courtesy of Jan Fidler’s photostream

Remember the days when you had to read a certain number of books over summer vacation and be ready to review them at length the first few weeks of school? I didn’t always appreciate it at the time, but the annual Summer Reading List introduced me to many stories I still consider favorites today.

I stumbled across some of them last weekend while unpacking boxes and came to a decision. For the first time in a long time, I’m making a list of books to read – or re-read – before September:

·    The Human Side of Enterprise, Douglas McGregor
·    How to Close a Deal Like Warren Buffet, Tom Searcy and Henry DeVries
·    To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee
·    A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, Betty Smith
·    Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck
·    The Good Earth, Pearl S. Buck
·    Anything by David Sedaris – to bring some levity to life

The last five I’ve read before, but I’m interested to see how different they might feel now that I’m quite a bit older – and hopefully a little wiser!

So what’s on your Summer Reading List?

Michelle McCafferty
Michelle joined the Proforma team in 2008. As the Manager of Business Development for Major Accounts, she helps Proforma Owners win new and grow existing programs through proposal and presentation development, as well as periodic Relationship Reviews. Before joining Proforma, Michelle attended Cleveland State University where she earned a degree in Journalism and Promotional Communication.

AboutMichelle McCafferty

Michelle joined the Proforma team in 2008. As the Manager of Business Development for Major Accounts, she helps Proforma Owners win new and grow existing programs through proposal and presentation development, as well as periodic Relationship Reviews. Before joining Proforma, Michelle attended Cleveland State University where she earned a degree in Journalism and Promotional Communication.

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