Oh yes. Spring is heading our way, and you know what that means. New season, new books for us to devour. If you’re anything like us, you’re already sniffing around for the best reads this spring. Well, look no further because we’re on it. Check this out.
The Brazen Woman’s Spring Books Reading Guide
Looking for some fun and interesting books to add to your spring reading list? Aren’t we all. Whether you’re into getting lost inside a fiction book or learning a thing or two from some great non-fiction, we’ve got you covered—literally. Here are a few hand-picked titles you don’t want to miss.
Spring Books for Fiction Lovers
The Beautiful Strangers by Camille DiMaio is a wonderful tale set in California’s legendary Hotel del Coronado, the historic landmark becomes a haven where dreams, love, old Hollywood and a beguiling mystery come alive.
The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls by Anissa Gray is a dazzling debut novel about mothers and daughters, identity and family, and how the relationships that sustain you can also be the ones that consume you.
In Another Time by Jillian Cantor is her newest World War II fiction and chosen as an Indie Next pick. This is a transporting love story that unfolds through decades and across continents, in alternating viewpoints.
Trophy Life by Lea Geller is a hilarious, laugh out loud novel that reveals the refreshingly honest story of losing the life you always wanted – and finding the life you were meant to have.
Unmarriageable by Soniah Kamal is a wonderful re-telling of Pride and Prejudice set in modern day Pakistan. It is truly delightful and a fun read and peek into a different culture.
Spring Books for the Non-Fiction Crowd
Citizen Capitalism by Tamara Belinfanti, Lynn Stout and Sergio Gramitto is a book by business law experts that provides a powerful and simple plan for unlocking the positive power of corporations and engaging every U.S. citizen.
Not for Nothing: Glimpses Into a Jersey Girlhood by Kathy Curto is a memoir told in a series of essays about being raised in a chaotic, blue collar Italian-American family at the Jersey Shore in the 1970’s.
Tiny Hot Dogs: A Memoir in Small Bites by Mary Guiliani is heart-warming and fun, weaving together a collection of hilarious memories, from professional growing pains to her long journey to motherhood, never losing her sense of humor and her love for everyone’s favorite party food, pigs in a blanket.
The Wrong End of the Table, A Mostly Comic Memoir of a Muslim Arab American Woman Just Trying To Fit In by Ayser Salman is a delightful memoir that addresses… What happens when a shy, awkward Arab girl with a weird name and an unfortunate propensity toward facial hair is uprooted from her comfortable (albeit fascist-regimed) homeland of Iraq and thrust into the cold, alien town of Columbus, Ohio—with its Egg McMuffins, Barbie dolls, and kids playing doctor everywhere you turned?