Our Seven Degrees Annual Reading List



As the days become shorter and the 23rd of September approaches, we challenge you to take a few hours to yourself to accomplish summer reading. While “All That Is” by James Salter, “All The Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr, and “The Sixth Extinction” by Elizabeth Kolbert are the top three books on President Obama’s summer reading list, we ask what your summer reading list looks like. Does your list consist of fictional books to help you escape your everyday thoughts? Does your list include nonfiction books designed to help you professionally? Our list consists of both but each of them have one common theme— they are all written by a friend of Seven Degrees Communications.

From a political book to a cook book, a standardized test book to a leadership book, our list displays a large array of topics. While you may not find a need for each of these books within the next few weeks, we ask you to keep this list handy for a time you or someone you know would like some insight on entertaining guests, guidance, or possibly taking the ACT.

HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton by Amie Parnes and Jonathan Allen: HRC is a story of Hillary Clinton’s political rebirth based on the eyewitness accounts of her inner circle.

Look, Lead, Love, Learn: Four Steps to Better Business, a Better Life – and Conquering Complexity in the Process by Bill Sheridan and Tom Hood: Sheridan and Hood explain how the ability to “Look, Lead, Learn, Love,” will help you successfully conquer the new shift in today’s workplace.

The Gilded Fork – Entertaining At Home: A Year of Dinner Parties by Jennifer Iannolo and Chef Mark Tafoya: With dinner party menus ranging from summer casual fares to an elegant dinner for two, The Gilded Fork includes recipes full of flavors, textures and colors that will impress your guests.

How To Get People To Scream Your Name And Beg For More by Tom Morrison: Morrison’s book spurs the profound changes you need to make in life in order to live a more fulfilled lifestyle.

Acing the ACT: An Elite Tutor’s Guide to Tricky Questions and Secret Strategies that Make a Big Difference by Elizabeth King: Do you know of someone taking the ACT test? Well, we know someone who has an outstanding guide to tricky questions and secret strategies.

Living After Losing by Kendra Von Achen: Living After Losing is a personal account showing the journey, process, and lessons learned from grief.

The Shore by S.E. Brown: The Shore is a romance novel depicting the ride of two individuals.

We want to thank all of our friends for sharing their stories with us. We look forward to ending our summer reading each of these books and finishing the list as a new season approaches. We hope you find each of these reads valuable and can write an Amazon review expressing your thoughts. If you would like to connect to any of these authors after finishing these great reads, we will be happy to make that connection. If you are working on a book or know someone that is, let us know. We are always looking for more books to dig into and will be happy to pass it along to others.


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