4 Books I'm Reading This Fall

  Source:   The Every Girl

I find that we're all guilty of spending too much time online, whether that's on the computer or on our phones, and because of this we don't spend enough time reading. At the beginning of each month, I always like to find a few new books to read and I've made it a habit to read for at least 20 to 30 minutes each night before bed. Here's what I'm reading this month. 

  Source:   Indigo

Source: Indigo

Many of us fell in love with Rupi Kaur after reading her first book of poetry, Milk and Honey. Now the Canadian author is back with her long-awaited second collection of poetry and I don't want to give any spoilers, but her poetic style is quite simplistic and beautiful, making this a very nice read. 

  Source:   Indigo

Source: Indigo

If you're looking for more of a darker read, Little Fires Everywhere is definitely it. The story features the quiet town  of Cleveland's Shaker Hights, which is slowly becoming devastated by mystery where the arrival of a single mother and her daughter begin to complicate the decisions of the families around them. 

  Source:   Indigo

Source: Indigo

If you're more of a romance novel kind of gal, you'll love Here We Are Now. It's a story of love, loss, and music - giving me major 100 Days of Summer and Nick and Nora's Infinite Playlist vibes. The story is built around a love for music, but then it builds into a page turner thanks to the ultra relatable love story contained within it.

  Source:     Indigo

Source: Indigo

While this isn't a new book by any means, its the perfect read for those needing a serious pep talk and personal wakeup call. It's motivational, inspirational and funny as hell, making it a great self-help book, especially if you're anything like me and don't want to get busted for reading an actual self-help book. 

 

Any good books on your nightstand right now?

Post by Ainsley Smith