Body Positive Power – Megan Jayne Crabbe // This book spoke to me. I wrote a more in depth post on how this book basically changed my life. If you struggle with body image issues – do yourself a favor and read this book.
A Spark of Light – Jodi Picoult // Oh, I love a good Picoult twist. This book delves into a shooting at an abortion clinic and works backward in time. It was so good, and as always, I had no idea what was coming. If you’re a fan of Picoult, you’ll definitely love this book.
The Testaments – Margaret Atwood // I had seen some not so great reviews on this book, but I really enjoyed it. I thought it helped that I watch the show on Hulu, because it was really awesome to be able to put a visual to the book. It did leave me wanting more details, again, as most of her books have done, but it was still a good account of the fall of Gilead.
Maybe You Should Talk to Someone – Lori Gottlieb // I had heard a ton about this book around blog land. And it got hyped for all the right reasons. I adored this book, and loved how it took the stigma out of talking to a therapist. Mental health is important and shouldn’t be overlooked.
All This Could Be Yours – Jami Attenberg // This book was so interesting. I was hooked in the beginning, because it mainly takes place in New Orleans. It was a book about a less than normal family, and all the twists and turns. The book is from multiple family members point of few and their backstory, but it was all tied up pretty neatly in the end. Definitely recommend.
#IMOMSOHARD – Kristen Henley & Jen Smedley // If you’re a mom and you ever feel alone with shit, read this book and you won’t. These chicks are super funny, and are all about the messy parts of being a mom and a wife. It was a super quick read, and I loved it.