September is here and we’re back to our routine. My kids are loving their new classrooms and have easily transitioned into all their new grades. As things are feeling more “normal” again Im finding my routine as well. I love a great read after a busy day to calm my mind and unwind. Fall is the most perfect and cozy time of year for a great new book. This month has some riveting new releases I couldn’t wait to get my hands on and dive into. I hope you enjoy them all as much as I have! Happy Reading!
8 New September Books For Moms
3 women tell their vivid recollections of their time with Lafcadio Hearn, a globetrotting writer. As we get to know Hearn, we also uncover the tenacity and obstacles faced by each of our narratives. All in pursuit of love, family, and belonging.
Set at the end of the second world war, Danny decides to pull his family out of the rags and into riches. To establish his dream of being a real estate tycoon his first investment is the dutch house, a lavish estate outside of Philadelphia. The Dutch House takes place over 5 decades through this families many highs and lows.
Alaine Beauparlant is an ambitious and opinionated Haitian -American about to graduate high school. When her school project goes horribly wrong she is sent to Haiti to volunteer for her aunts charity. There she discovers a whole world of family secrets and hidden Haitian treasures.
The Secrets We Kept takes place at the height of the Cold War and is a true espionage novel. The story of two secretaries given the assignment of a lifetime and the love affair that transpires.
Joan Dixon knows what a wonderful journalist she is, but after being laid off her world is turned upside down. She’s close to 40, single, and feeling lost. After deciding to reinvent herself Joan gets a position at a new local startup where true professional and romantic relationships bloom.
A coming to age story about Melody who is 16 and living in Brooklyn. Melody embarks on an adventure to learn about her parents and grandparents. As the daughter of an initially 16 year old mother, there is a lot to uncover.
Compass Cove’s third installment is the newly released All Of Me. Lilly has moved back home after having spent most of her adult life in Hollywood as a hair stylist to the stars. She’s now back on Long Island, opened her own salon, and looking forward into her future, until a piece of her past creeps back up. Why did Lilly run from Hollywood and is she safe on Long Island?
An exciting and revealing novel on why we perceive others as we do. Gladwell walks us through the traits and personanilites of some of the most well known criminals and new scandals to uncover where we as the public have been deceived. Gladwell explains how to better understand and talk to strangers.
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