In Brave Love, Lisa Leonard, founder of Lisa Leonard Designs, takes you through her journey of motherhood, marriage, business, and more. Learn about the intricacies of taking a business from start up to employing over 100 people, having a child with a disability, and rebuilding a marriage in this raw and honest recollection.
After her best friend accuses her father of sexual assault, Katie Gregory finally feels as though her life is picking up. At 24, she has a great job, is living in NYC, and is falling for her recent boyfriend.Testing these seemingly smooth waters is the fact that her father is now getting out of jail after the past accusation.
Charlie is a 15-year-old girl living in Brooklyn, NY, she’s a little awkward and a lot uncertain about her future and friendships. With help from her friends, Charlie abandons her self-doubt and insecurities and creates an award-winning fashion app. But everything is in jeopardy as she deals with a catfish who befriends her and steals her code.
This mystery takes place in the heart of New York at Grand Central Station where Grace Healey finds an abandoned suitcase. Opening it, she is led to the discovery of photographs of 12 women sent off to Paris for work who have never returned. Grace Healey then sets out to uncover the mystery.
Recently turned into a Netflix Premiere, Bird Box is the ultimate thriller, testing patience, strategy, motherhood, and more. Something terrifying is killing off humankind, leaving 5 survivors to make it out alive, or join the rest of the unfortunate society.
Ann C. Barham takes you into your past to help you heal in your present. Uncovering the enormous power of past life regression therapy, Barham helps to answer your spiritual questions about your purpose here on earth!
Living in rural Trinidad, Clyde (father), Joy (Mother), and their twin sons Paul and Peter are leading a quiet life. Peter is widely believed to be a genius, while Paul is somewhat odd. After the disappearance of Paul, Clyde is left to make a decision no parent should ever have to make.
From Girl, Wash Your Face, to Girl, Stop Apologizing, Rachel Hollis discusses the excuses to stop using, the habits to pick up, and the way to free women, allowing them to follow their dreams and truly embrace who they are as individuals and not as defined by societal labels.
When Irene Steel’s husband is killed in a plane crash her life takes a complete 180. Throughout her grieving process she discovers her husband had been living a second life, setting her to uncover an entire mystery.
6 thoughts on “Favorite Reads For Mamas!”
“Badass Women Give The Best Advice” sounds so fun! I’m sure it’s a great read for when you need some inspiration from some fellow ladies.
These are some great suggestions. I really liked the Bird Box movie and have been meaning to add it to my Kindle.
These are great reads! I’ll find a copy of Girl, Stop apologizing, it is on top of my list.
Not my typical read, but I see a few that my wife would enjoy. Especially the Bird Box since we just watched it on Netflix!
I’ve really heard good things about, “Girl, Wash Your Face.” I have it on hold at the library.
I haven’t read any of these, but love hearing about new titles that might be up my alley! Will have to check some of them out!