Three inspirational reads to have on your bookshelf:
1. Big Magic. If it's written by Elizabeth Gilbert, you know it'll be inspiring because she's inspiring. This book is the definition of magical and dives into the deepest realms of creativity, evoking curious new ideas. Her out-of-the-box thinking will make you search the outside and live a fearless, creative life. Her unique writing style will stretch your mind. If you are a creative, this is a must read. If you're not a creative, this is a must read. Think of it like La La Land except in book form: endless creativity, colour, and inspiration.
2. #Girlboss. Well if it isn't my good friend Sophia Amoruso. Haha just kidding, we're not friends in real life, but that's the way I felt while reading her book. Her writing style is very conversational which makes it fun and easy read. In this book she talks about her life and how she went from dumpster diving to founding a million dollar company. She offers great business advice along the way and proves that a #GIRLBOSS can achieve anything no matter where you've come from or what other people say. A very inspirational read - no wonder everyone's talking about it.
3. The Only Pirate At The Party. This book will forever have a special place on my bookshelf partly because Lindsey Stirling will always have a special place in my heart. As a violinist myself, Lindsey has been so incredibly inspiring both musically and in all areas of life. Her positive outlook on life, confidence, words of wisdom, and prove-them-wrong attitude shines through her book. She has a similar writing style to Sophia (minus the profanity) which makes you feel like two friends just chatting about past experiences and life. She's very honest and shares a lot of funny stories as well as her journey to becoming the successful musician she is today. All it takes is passion, determination and a lot of hard work!
P.S. Did you know that Lindsey Stirling replied to one of my tweets about her book? #fangirlmoment