I’ve shared a few of my favorite books I’ve read in 2022 and have a goal of reading 70 books this year . Last year I was able to read 60 so I like to keep things going! Below are a few favorites I’ve added to my ‘must read’ list.
Books To Read In 2023
The Spare by Prince Harry : This book has been a huge topic on my Tik Tok but hearing some of my friends already excited to read it- well, I’m all about a good gossip book right?! Did we love the Meghan and Harry Netflix special?! I’m still unsure about it.
Maybe In Another Life by Taylor Jenkins Reid : I love this author! It is heart-breaking but honest portrayal of true love, friendship, and most importantly: choices. It’s the perfect read for fans of multiverses, what ifs, and cinnamon rolls.
Hello, Beautiful by Ann Napolitano – A novel that pays homage to Little Women, this book is best described by family, mental health, and forgiveness and a book that everyone can’t wait to get their hands on.
Just The Nicest People by Mary Kubica – A novel about marriage, trust, and secrets, I’m positive this one will be talked about a lot in the neighborhood or book club!
Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed – A collector of the best of Dear Sugar in one volume, bringing wisdom to many more. This tenth-anniversary edition features six new columns and a new preface by Strayed. Rich with humor, insight, compassion—and absolute honesty—this book is a balm for everything life throws our way
The Survivalist by Kashana Cauley – et in a mostly Black Central Brooklyn, this debut novel from Kashana Cauley, a former lawyer, Daily Show with Trevor Noah writer, and New York Times contributor, finds humor in our hostile, uncertain present while outlining starkly different visions of the future—and how we might prepare for them
Pat In The City by Patricia Field – A memoir of Patty such as how she got her gig as the costume designer for Sex In the City (including a charming note about how she convinced showrunner Darren Star that a tutu was far superior to a shift dress for Carrie’s ensemble in the opening credits), plus her more recent exploits as the force behind the eyeball-scorching outfits on Emily In Paris! I’m giddy just thinking about how great this book will be!