Ah, autumn. The time for cozy sweaters, chunky layers, pumpkin spice lattes, and cuddling up with comfy blankets and a good book. One of my favorite things about fall is the feeling I get. I love the crisp, cool air and the leaves crunching under my feet. I’m lucky enough to live in Michigan where watching the trees change color brings hoards of tourists.
When I’ve had enough of the outdoors, I love to curl up with a warm mug of coffee, my giant, oversized scarf from Mer Sea and read until daylight is gone.
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You don’t have to be French to be Parisian. This book written by Anne Berest, Audrey Diwan, Caroline de Maigret, and Sophie Mas, is a fresh take on how Parisienne women dress, have fun and be themselves! Each woman lets you in on their secrets and flaws and gives you an entertaining perspective into the lives of French women that will have you laughing before you have the chance to refill up your glass of Cabernet.
New York Times’ Best Selling Author, Lauren Weisberger, brings you the witty sequel of The Devil Wears Prada. Where the vodka mixies are more liquor than soda and Emily Charlton’s story unfolds in the social land mines of suburban Greenwich, Connecticut at an attempt to mend her failing career, meeting some new characters along the way.
If you love Gossip Girl and The Great Gatsby, then you’re sure to love this book by Andrea Dunlop. 25 year old orphan Laila Lawrence moves to New York 2 years after the sudden death of her mother, only to find herself reawakening a long dead family scandal and smack dab in the middle of her cousins’ lavish, elitist world. Think Charlotte ‘Lola’ Rhodes, but more drama and scandal than even the Van Der Woodsen’s could pull off.
“Cultural critic and bestselling author Roxane Gay collects original and previously published pieces that address what it means to live in a world where women have to measure the harassment, violence, and aggression they face, and where they are “routinely second-guessed, blown off, discredited, denigrated, besmirched, belittled, patronized, mocked, shamed, gaslit, insulted, bullied” for speaking out.”
Essays include up-and-coming writers, performer, critics and even actors such as Gabrielle Union and Ally Sheedy. This personal, deep, honest, heartbreaking books is a must read.