With the world at a standstill right now, pretty much everyone has so much spare time on their hands. I’ve heard from so many different people that they don’t really know what to with all of the “freedom” in their day to day lives now.
If you’re like me and happen to be a total bookworm, this extra time is dedicated to getting through a chunk of the never-ending “TBR” (To Be Read) pile or flying through some exciting new releases.
Maybe you’re just getting into reading, and need somewhere to start or just need new recommendations. Whatever the case may be, we at GIRL! are here to support and help any goals you have! So I came up with a list.
Down below is a list of 7 books I love and highly recommend to pick up and try out that are perfect to read in your spare time!
1: Big Magic- Elizabeth Gilbert (Non-Fiction)
A read you can not only fly through but come out at the end feeling inspired and ready to create your own kind of “Big Magic”.
2. The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*Ck- Mark Manson (Non-Fiction)
Life Empowerment without the bs. Enough said?
3. Girl Wash Your Face- Rachel Hollis (Non-Fiction)
A female’s advice on how to achieve what you want in life and how to stop making excuses for yourself!
4. To Shake The Sleeping Self- Jedidiah Jenkins (Non-Fiction)
Biking across the country for the simple want and experience of doing it? For the challenge? Yes!
5. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks- Rebecca Skloot (Non-Fiction)
A well-done telling of the life of a strong woman who had not only been through a lot in her personal life but also her journey in helping create a life-changing cell that impacts our everyday lives currently!
6. Eliza and Her Monsters- Francesca Zappia (Fiction)
Teen Fangirl, Teen fan fiction, & love. what else do you need to know?
7. Dark Matter -Blake Crouch (Fiction)
What would you think if everything you’re doing right now is also being played out hundreds of times in other universes? What if the choice you made yesterday to text your ex, could have you end up dead today in a different universe? what if.
I hope you find these recommendations useful during these times of at-homeness! Thank you for reading! If you see this comment "Bookworm" down below!
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