Must-Read List For October


There’s nothing more ideal in the fall than cozying up by the fire with a great read. This month, we’re sharing 11 books perfect for just that, so curl up and start reading!

1. Here I Am: A Novel, by Jonathan Safran Foer: This novel shares the story of a family in crisis set in Washington D.C. This is the author’s first novel in 11 years, and may be his best work yet.
2. Ladies Drawing Night: Make Art, Get Inspired, Join the Party, by Julia Rothman, Leah Goren, Rachael Cole: Looking for a new spin on girls’ night? These amazing illustrators are sharing all the things you need for a night of drawing and celebrating at home.
3. Nutshell: A Novel, by Ian McEwan: For those looking for a story of suspense and deceit, look no further than this murder novel.
4. Capture Your Style: Transform Your Instagram Images, Showcase Your Life, and Build the Ultimate Platform, by Aimee Song: One of the top influencers in the world, Aimee Song is sharing her secrets on styling and branding in her first book.
5. Commonwealth, by Ann Patchett: Told with both humor and heartbreak, this novel shares a story spanning five decades.
6. Paris for One & Other Stories, by Jojo Moyes: From the author of “Me Before You,” her latest novel shares the charming story of finding yourself in Paris.
7. In the Company of Women: Inspiration and Advice from over 100 Makers, Artists, and Entrepreneurs, by Grace Bonney: For the girl boss in all of us, this book profiles more than 100 of these influential and creative women from all ages, races, backgrounds and industries.
8. Oh She Glows Every Day: Quick and Simply Satisfying Plant-Based Recipes, by Angela Liddon: This long-awaited cookbook follow up features healthy—and fool-proof—plant-based recipes to give you a stress-free week.
9. Today Will Be Different, by Maria Semple: This heartfelt and humorous novel is the ideal inspirational story to dive into this month.
10. Small Great Things: A Novel, by Jodi Picoult: We know we can always count on a page-turner from Jodi Picoult. Her latest gripping novel is no exception.
11. The Fever: A Novel, by Megan Abbott: Dark and disturbing, this story will make it impossible to put down.
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Author: Carly Hill

Raised in Northern Michigan, she now lives in NYC and splits her time working in social media, being a GG editor & exploring the city for the next best meal! Follow on Instagram