1. How to Skimm Your Life by The Skimm: Only the best part of your inbox has come to life in book form. This book is filled with humor, news and life hacks that will keep you grounded and feel like you have some kind of life guide in your hands. From personal finance to politics, there’s not much that The Skimm missed in this book. Plus, it’s a woman-owned business and I’ll never not support those.
2. Very Nice: A Novel by Marcy Dermansky: A famous novelist seduces a wealthy mother and her daughter, but I promise it’s a lot funnier than stomach-turning. We get a peek inside the fabulous life of a wealthy family, that is anything but perfect. I love how this book turns a very serious situation into a very hilarious novel. The characters are clearly flawed, but you can’t help but find ways to relate to them.
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