I love TV as much as the next person, but there is truly nothing better than sitting down with an enticing book. With so many books in the bookstore, it can sometimes be hard to know exactly what to read. But no more excuses — we’ve done all the work for you and curated the best books to read this November. So put the remote down and get reading! Become a new you! #NewUsNewYou
Nasty Galaxy is by Sophia Amorusa, author of New York Times Best seller #GIRLBOSS and creator of the Nasty Gal brand. The book is full of illustrations, photos and short essays. Nasty Galaxy dives into similar leadership themes as the first book, and also discusses work, relationships, friendships and more. This book is the coolest must-have November accessory.
Beautiful and Damned
RM Drake is a chillingly talented author, with several poetry books under his belt including Beautiful Chaos, Black Butterfly and A Brilliant Madness. Beautiful and Damned takes readers into a deeper level of his consciousness with this collection of stories. RM Drake is truly a visionary, and is absolutely a must read book this winter.
I’m Supposed To Protect You From All Of This
From the daughter of Art Spiegelman, who brought us the award winning book Maus, Nadja introduces a heart breaking memoir. Nadja gives a deeper understanding of how each generation reshapes the past and how sometimes those who love us best hurt us most. Most people will be able to entangle themselves within the inner workings of the book, focusing on the human condition.
Why Not Me
If you haven’t already read Kaling’s first book, Why Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?, then I would highly recommend immediately doing so and then read her new book Why Not Me. The collection of essays is hilarious and insightful at the same time, reminiscing on deeply personal anecdotes.
You’ll Grow Out Of It
You’ll Grow Out Of It explores the journey of the 21st century woman. It hilariously offers a collection of stories discussing womanhood and life experiences. Plus, if you like judging a book by it’s cover, this cover is fairly coffee table worthy.
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