Hi guys! I am nearing the end of Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive by Stephanie Land, and I will be posting my review tomorrow evening—so exciting!! In the meantime— I thought it would be FUN for you guys to help me decide which book I review next! I’ll be posting a similar poll on Twitter and Instagram so I’ll go with a combined tally of votes from all three platforms. If you’re not following me on Twitter or Instagram you can do so by clicking the icons on the right side of this page. I will give everyone until Thursday morning to vote before I announce the winning book Thursday evening! The books in the running are shown on the lower right side of this page under the Goodreads widget (feel free to check them out on Goodreads, there is a ton of good info there!) but I will list them below as well, along with a little description. You can vote at the bottom of this post! Please let me know which one you’re most excited to read or read a review on. I can’t wait to see which book wins!!
Books in the running!
Girl, Stop Apologizing: A Shame-Free Plan for Embracing and Achieving Your Goals by Rachel Hollis—- release date March 5, 2019 (today!!). Now, technically this one isn’t a NYT Bestseller yet, but we all know it will be, I give it about a week. What is it about? This book is in the nonfiction: self help genre, and it’s basically a sequel to her book Girl, Wash Your Face that was released last year—and that received CRAZY success mind you. I reviewed it here… So, this one is about instilling confidence in women and motivating them so they can reach their full potential. If you would like me to read this one next vote for it below!
Never Enough: The Neuroscience and Experience of Addiction by Judith Grisel—release date February 19, 2019. Time spent on the NYT Bestseller list? It’s NEW on the list this week (the March 10, 2019 list). What is it about? It’s a nonfiction book written by a behavior neuroscientist and recovered drug addict. This book explains how the process of addiction works and the best way for others to help addicts reach recovery. Let me know if you’d like me to review it next by voting below!
Women Rowing North: Navigating Life’s Currents and Flourishing as we Age by Mary Pipher— release date January 15, 2019. Time spent on the NYT Bestseller list? Six weeks! It hit the February 3, 2019 list. What is it about? Well, women of course! It is nonfiction and is described to be meant for all types of women and to address the similar life experiences we all share— regardless of age. It is rumored to be most ideal for women over 50, but I don’t care, I still want to read it! If this one peaks your interest the most, vote for it below!
The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides— release date February 7, 2019. Time spent on the NYT Bestseller list? Three weeks! It hit the February 24, 2019 list. What is it about? This book is a fictional psychological thriller about a wife who commits violence against her husband and a therapist who is consumed with unraveling the story. Yikes!! Sounds creepy! But I bet it is suspenseful in the kind of way any good page turner is— I’m sure I’ll be able to finish this one in an afternoon. Into this kind of book that keeps you on the edge of your seat? If so, vote for me to read it next below!
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