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10 Books To Read in 2018

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Every year I strive to make a goal to read at least one book per month. I know that for some this goal seems laughable and for others it seems lofty. For me, it has become more and more difficult to find time to read. Every time I sit down, I shuffle between a few different things on my reading list, and before I know it, it’s the end of the year and I haven’t made it through much.

While I am currently reading Joan Didion “South and West“, I am also creating a list of books I’d like to read in 2018.

What’s on your list? Have you read any of the below?

Jeannette Walls

The Glass Castle

Excited to read this rags to riches memoir about a dysfunctional family. And then watch the film starring Brie Larson.

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Hanif Abdurraqib

They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us

Seems like the perfect time for this collection of essays that intertwine music and the current political climate.

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Jhumpa Lahiri

Interpreter of Maladies

I'll admit this one has been on my book shelf for too long, but this is the year I get to these short stories about Indian Americans navigating love and American culture.

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Haruki Murakami

Men Without Women

I'll read absolutely anything by Murakami.

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Caroline Knapp

Drinking: A Love Story

A journalist describes her twenty years as a functioning alcoholic.

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Joan Didion

The Year of Magical Thinking

Didion's attempt to make sense of her life following the loss of her husband. I'll start this when I need a good cry.

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Jessi Klein

You'll Grow Out of It

A fast-paced and, apparently, hysterical memoir from stand up comic and writer, Jessi Klein, known for Inside Amy Schumer, SNL and Kroll Show.

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Miranda July

No One Belongs Here More Than You

I've heard this one is as hard to put down as it is strange.

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Walter Isaacson

Steve Jobs

Based on more than forty interviews with Jobs conducted over two years- this is my required business read for the year.

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Amanda de Cadenet

It's Messy: On Boys, Boobs, and Badass Women

I feel like โ€œBoys, Boobs, and, Badass Womenโ€ kind of says it all.

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