Get Ready, Because Our 2018 Reading List Is Already LIT

We know, we know. It's barely December, and yet we're already digging into January books. Why? To set you up for New Year New Reading List success, obviously. For starters: The gals behind The Financial Diet have a forthcoming guide to getting good with money. So if you've resolved to start saving, and spending, more smartly in 2018, we suggest pre-ordering ASAP.
Or perhaps you're looking for an incisive feminist perspective to kick things off? We've got you covered on that front, too. Or rather, the breathtaking Morgan Jerkins does, with her essay collection This Will Be My Undoing, a must-read examination of what it means to be a Black woman in America right now. If fiction is more your jam, Leni Dumas' Red Clocks is the dystopian heir apparent novel of The Handmaid's Tale, and will definitely rev you up for the #resistance. On a more supernatural, spooky front: The Hazel Wood is the number one story we can't wait to be cooped up with some snowy day, followed directly by Our Lady of the Prairie.
Read on to find out why — and what else we're suggesting for winter book club. (And if you're wondering what we read and loved in 2017, take a look back at our top reading list picks!) See you on the flip side!
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