November brings amazing nonfiction reads! When you’re not making your voice heard in the midterm elections, check out our top picks for humor, advice, wisdom, and more!
When you’re not making your voice heard in the midterm elections, check out Pat Cunnane’s West Winging It, a memoir about his experience as President Obama’s senior speechwriter. And speaking about the Obamas’, who can’t wait to read Michelle Obama’s new memoir, Becoming. Speaking of current times, you won’t be able to put down Whose Boat Is This Boat?, a children’s book comprised solely of President Donald Trump’s quotes, by none other than the staff of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
For those of you that really need an awesome dose of female empowerment, take a look at Elizabeth Foley’s What Would Cleopatra Do? and Limitless by Leah Tinari. Both of these books give a closer look at some pretty incredible women. While the former book is filled with advice from women in history, the latter portrays the achievements and artwork of 24 kickass ladies, including Carrie Fisher! If you are down in the dumps, and feeling lonely, How to Be Alone by Lane Moore delves into self-understanding through her essays.
If you went to see Bohemian Rhapsody in the theaters and fell in love with it, (or if you just love Queen) you’ll definitely need the making of the movie book as well. Finally, long before there was Making a Murder, there was Ann Rule. In her classic true crime book The Stranger Beside Me, Rule delves into her personal correspondence with the notorious serial killer Ted Bundy himself.
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This post was originally published on GetLiterary.com.