“A resolution should not deal with more than one subject... Disregard of this rule usually leads to confused discussion and may lead to confused action...”- J.K. Rowling, The Casual Vacancy
Bringing the book club back...Fact: Reading makes you think in new ways. And reading something different (from your normal reading habits) can trigger creativity and new ideas.We pulled the following six book from the New York Times Bestseller list, and we'd love your feedback! Click here to vote.We're starting a book club to read great books and chat about ideas and observations.If we selected one of these six books to kick-off our book club, which book would YOU pick?The Casual Vacancy by J.K. RowlingAfter the wild success of Harry Potter, this is Rowling's first novel for adults. The Casual Vacancy details the inner-turmoil behind the scenes of a small idyllic town.Orange Is The New Black by Piper KermanAlso a hot new show on Netflix, Orange Is The New Black is based on the real life story of suburban girl, Piper Kerman's experience behind barsThe Longest Ride by Nicholas SparksSparks pulls heart strings again with the story of two passionate couples and one last chance to say good-bye.Outliers by Malcolm GladwellGladwell asks the question, "What makes overachievers different?" And he shares the secrets behind the world's most successful people.Daring Greatly by Brene BrownBrown, a researcher and thoughleader, encourages readers to "embrace vulnerability and imperfection, to live wholeheartedly, and to courageously engage in our lives."Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg with Nell ScovellSandberg, Facebook COO, examines why women's progress in leadership roles has stalled - and what we can do about it.Click here to submit your suggestion.XOPS: Do you have an "extreme dream?" Remember how a bold woman finds a way... Read more here.