Who is ready for a novel safari? Without a doubt, it has been a hectic previous week here at our end, and it may have been the same for you too, so to cheer us up, we went to our library and pulled out a few novels to help us unwind.
Diary of A Mad Diva – Joan Rivers
For the girl that is looking for a humorous read, Diary of a Mad Diva by Joan Rivers will do justice. The Rom-com Queen, once again proved that she had not only established her throne on our screens alone, but she was just as influential on print. The novel is largely a fictional expose into the life of Joan Rivers. She spared no wit on this one, so be warned; you will laugh until your ribs ache and sometimes catch yourself saying, ”this woman is craaazy”. Joan will be sorely missed, but we have her books to crack us up every time.
I Can’t Make This Up – Kevin Hart
Kevin hart remains my favourite comic actor of all time, so when his book, I Can’t Make This Up, hit the stands, my itchy hands couldn’t wait to grab a hold. He will take you on a descriptive journey of his growth and the events that spurred his transition into the famous character he is today and while at it while making you feel sorry for him, he also ensures you have a good time.
Around the World with My Ex or The Christmas Holiday – Maxine Morrey
This is a special novel for the Alexilorean, who has “love” in her eyes. Baby, we’ve got you. Kow that after reading Maxine Morrey’s, you will look at every guy that says “Hello” as a potential soul mate. Best believe it; Maxine is one author you should look out for if you lean towards romance novels. Her plots are effortlessly smooth and addictive.
Around the World with My Ex or The Christmas Holiday by Maxine Morrey is so good that I recommend you clear your calendar, cancel every engagement you have on a weekend and give yourself a treat. Maxine did not sleep on this one, and for our weepy willows; get your handkerchiefs, you will need ’em. It is the story of two young lovers who ended an engagement over irreconcilable differences, which in truth, was just a case of communication gone wrong. After years of being apart, work demands force them to collaborate over a wedding project. What happens thereafter is…
Devil Wears Prada!
I will always adore Lauren Weisberger for this novel Devil Wear Prada, even if she never wrote any other novel again. This particular one has etched her name on the sands of my heart, for all times. Lauren outdid herself here with the characters of Miranda Priestly and Andy.
Any of my homegirls fretting over bad bosses at work? You will find solace within these pages.
Andy gets the job of her dreams in a prestigious fashion company, however, the price she has to pay to keep ‘the job anyone would die for’ is too costly. Catch up on Miranda and Andy in Devil Wears Prada, Revenge Wears Prada and Lulu Lemons.
I know you’ll have quite a time with these suggestions. Do have a blast! Quick question; between the male and female genders which make the worst bosses?