If one of your new year’s resolutions for 2020 was to read more books or simply start reading, then Peter Salzano makes it easy for you to pursue your resolution this year by listing the much-awaited book releases.
Peter being an avid reader and book lover looks forward to new books to be launched every year. And this year his excitement level is a little high as some really good books are releasing.
If you are also looking forward to spending a lot of time reading this year, then here are the books that you should pre-order before their release.
‘Motherwell: A Girlhood’ by Deborah Orr
Motherwell is a memoir comprising chapters from the younger life of Deborah Orr.
At the age of 18, she left her hometown Motherwell to go to the university and promised herself to never look back. But her life took a different course and this book reveals much of it.
Sadly, Deborah Orr passed away in Oct 2019 and her memoir depicts tethers of family, identity, and self-worth.
‘If I Don’t Have You’ by Sareeta Domingo
The story revolves around a creative, confident girl Kayla, a London native living her dream in New York.
While her secret green card wedding to a close friend is on the verge of breaking, she meets a charming film director Ren. The story unfolds to a series of events bringing them together and deep secrets drifting them apart.
The question is will they be able to forgive each other when they come across after two years?
‘The Other People’ by CJ Tudor
If you enjoy reading thrillers, then you must get your hands on The Other People by CJ Tudor.
Gabe sees a little girl sitting in the back seat through the rear mirror of his car while driving home one night.
That girl is his 5 years old daughter Izzy whom he never sees again. He spends three years searching for her day and night but there is only one person who knows what happened to Izzy.
The story unfolds in a series of heartbreaking incidents and keeps you on the edge of your seat.
‘The Squiggly Career’ by Helen Tupper & Sarah Ellis
For those struggling to align their career, this book will be a great help.
The Squiggly Career is packed with helpful advice from Tupper and Ellis that will help you mold your career in the right direction.
The book is about directing your work and career towards pool of opportunities.