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10/4/2021
8 : 34

Read a Girl #37: “A Manual for Cleaning Women”, Lucia Berlin

Bleak stories told in a masterful way. View this email in your browser If you are looking for fiction that seems real and delivers on the promise of fulfilling that hole we often feel when
9/6/2021
8 : 44

Read a Girl #36: “Grapefruit”, Yoko Ono

A whimsical and delightful read. View this email in your browser This month's book is a different one. It's not fiction, but it's also not non-fiction. It's a book of instructions. “
8/2/2021
9 : 4

Read a Girl #35: "Women", Chloe Caldwell

A novella about being blindly in love when you know the heartbreak is inevitable but you give it a try anyway. View this email in your browser You probably have been there before. That overwhelming
7/5/2021
8 : 34

Read a Girl #34: "The Reddest Rose", Liv Strömquist

When was the last time you were in love? View this email in your browser When was the last time you were in love? Like, really in love, that hopeless-head-over-heels kind of love? I'll give you
6/7/2021
8 : 34

Read a Girl #33: "The Artist's Way", Julia Cameron

This book will take you on an interesting journey. View this email in your browser Hello, friends! This month's book is a bit different from what you are used to seeing in this little book club of
5/3/2021
8 : 34

Read a Girl #32: "Educated", Tara Westover

This is a distressing family tale about the power of education. View this email in your browser Oh, hello! Welcome to another edition of our newsletter. This month I'm bringing you a distressing
4/5/2021
9 : 34

Read a Girl #31: "Heimat", Nora Krug

A brutally touching, and marvellously executed, graphic memoir about history and the sense of belonging. View this email in your browser Hello, friend :) This month I am bringing you a very special
3/1/2021
9 : 4

Read a Girl #30: "The Memory Police", Yōko Ogawa

A surreal yet magnificent fable about how preserving the past and our memories make us human. View this email in your browser Hey, you. Imagine one day all the birds disappear from the face of the
2/1/2021
8 : 14

Read a Girl #29: "The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and Stories", Marina Keegan

This is a book full of hope of what might still be. The sort of writing we need in times like these. View this email in your browser Oh, hello there. This month's book was a chance encounter. Back
1/4/2021
8 : 4

Read a Girl #28: "Motherwell”, Deborah Orr

A remarkable memoir about how our families and surroundings shape us into who we are and what happens when we finally break free. View this email in your browser Happy 2021, friends! To kick off the
12/7/2020
7 : 34

Read a Girl #27: "The Bell Jar", Sylvia Plath

However frightening this book is, it is still a story about the hurdles some of us go through in order to find out who we are. View this email in your browser Hey, you :) Before we begin, I'd like
11/2/2020
8 : 4

Read a Girl #26: "In The Dream House", Carmen Maria Machado

This is a book that shows that overcoming the people who broke you is possible. View this email in your browser Today I bring you a quite difficult book, but one that if you, like me, have gone through
10/5/2020
8 : 34

Read a Girl #25: "Tonight I'm Someone Else: Essays", Chelsea Hodson

Imagine reading your best friend's diary... View this email in your browser Imagine reading your best friend's diary. Getting their first-person account of situations you experienced together,
9/7/2020
9 : 54

Read a Girl #24: "Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982", Cho Nam-Joo

If you read one book this year, let it be this one. View this email in your browser I'd like to start this newsletter asking you a question: how do you think your gender influenced your upbringing?
8/3/2020
8 : 29

Read a Girl #23: "Normal People", Sally Rooney

Fancy some young yet heart-wrenching love story? View this email in your browser Hey, you! Fancy some young yet heart-wrenching love story? I read “Normal People”, by Sally Rooney, almost a year ago,
7/6/2020
13 : 7

Read a Girl #22: "The Lonesome Bodybuilder", Yukiko Motoya

Embrace the strange. View this email in your browser Are you ready to get weird? Then this month's book is for you! Today I bring you “The Lonesome Bodybuilder”, by Japanese author Yukiko Motoya.
6/1/2020
6 : 36

Read a Girl #21: "Everything I Know About Love", Dolly Alderton

Have you ever had that one friend who changed you? A person who helped you become who you are today? View this email in your browser Oh, hello! I come today with a question for you: have you ever had
5/4/2020
9 : 36

Read a Girl #20: "Heartburn", Nora Ephron

This is everything you wouldn't expect a breakup book to be. View this email in your browser Hello, friend :) How are you doing? I hope this newsletter finds you well and in good health. This month
4/6/2020
15 : 47

Read a Girl #19: "Bluets", Maggie Nelson

If you're heartbroken, this one's for you. View this email in your browser Before I start this month's newsletter I just wanted to take a moment to check in with you. How are you holding up