Happy National Book Lovers Day from all of us at the Macmillan Learning marketing team! We hope you’re able to spend time in your favorite reading nook today with a good book.
Here’s how some of us in the marketing team at Macmillan Learning will be spending our reading time today. Let us know in the comments how you’ll be celebrating this literary holiday!
Escaping into Speculative Fiction
Richard DiTomassi, Graphic Designer, will be reading The Secret Commonwealth by Philip Pullman by the pool.
After her day as an Associate Digital Marketing Specialist, Kasey Greenbaum will be reading Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo at Pier A in Hoboken.
Marketing Coordinator Cecilia McGuinness will be reading The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates under the big open windows in her bedroom.
Learning from Nonfiction
In her comfy armchair, Marketing Manager Vivian Garcia will be reading The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe.
On her exercise bike before work, on the porch at lunch, and in a shaded hammock in her backyard after work, Executive Marketing Manager Becky Anderson will be reading How to Hide an Empire by Daniel Immerwahr.
STEM Marketing Assistant Elizabet Cabrera will be reading Carrying the Fire: An Astronaut’s Journeys by Michael Collinsin bed.
Exploring Literary Fiction
SVP of Marketing Susan Elbe will be reading Apeirogon by Colum McCann on a rooftop garden.
At the park, Marketing Coordinator Steven Huang will be reading Circe by Madeline Miller.
Executive Product Marketing Manager for iClicker, Lindsay Johnson, will be reading The Secrets We Kept by Lara Prescott at home on the couch.
Diving into Mysteries and Thrillers
High School Social Science Executive Marketing Manager Janie Pierce-Bratcher will be reading Thirteen by Steve Cavanaugh on her vacation in Fort Lauderdale.
While her kids are off at camp, Executive Marketing Manager Joy Fisher Williams will be reading The Survivors by Jane Harper anywhere she wants to.
As for myself, Marketing Intern Allison Cottrell, I’ll be outside in some sunshine reading the graphic novel Sabrina by Nick Drnaso.