Winter seems to be slowly but surely showing up in NYC and even more reason to stay in cozy! Reading has long been one of my favorite way’s to cozy up and relax after a long day. There are a lot of very exciting books being released this year that I cant wait to get my hand on. I wanted to share some already released current favorites so you can all cozy up too. From self care advice to awesome fictions, 2020 has got it all!
Top 10 Newly Released Books For Moms
The voice behind City of Girls and Eat Pray Love, Glennon continues to out do herself. In her latest novel, an intimate memoir, she breaks down all the deepest questions we women ask ourselves and are ultimately forced to answer.
A beautiful story about seeking ones truth. After 17 year old Liya’s mother dies unexpectedly, Liya travels to China to discover her mothers deepest stories and secrets, and why she chose to raise Liya in the United States.
Not everything should be shared online. Not every famous person is who we think they are. Follow Orla, Marlow, and Floss as they obsess over being famous while maybe telling too many lies.
Comedian Chloe Hilliard was a size 12 by 12 years old. She is on a quest of sharing real information about fad diets, corporate capitalism and other obstacles keeping us obsessed with our weight. A hilarious commentary on a very real American problem.
A unique story set between life and death we follow two people meant to be together but cant. A true imaginative novel that will excite deep questions about our own lives.
Ever found yourself yelling about a lot of small things? This fun and helpful book is a great roundup of excellent relationship rules and tips to finding our marital bliss.
Tara Schuster is helping us all becoming the “Ninja’s of Self Love”. With easy daily rituals Tara can help you transform into our best, most confident self.
Thomas Martin has always been a good man. He has always had all the things one might strive for. But when his ego is rocked and he commits a bad deed, what happens to the good man he’s always been?
A coming to age story about Anna Wiener in the midst of the tech era. This memoir gives us an inside look to the start up culture and its personal consequences.
After years in Bulgaria, an American teacher is facing having to leave the place he has called home. While in refleciton of his time spent abroad, he also has to re-encounter the relationships that have marked his time there.
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