TresSugarSource: September Must Reads
As you wrap up your Summer reading list, it's time to dive into Fall's new releases. Historical fiction, heart-wrenching memoirs, and highly anticipated books by J.K. Rowling and Junot Díaz are about to hit the shelves. We've rounded up September's most promising reads, so take a look now. And don't forget to share what you're reading with us on Instagram!
- Suri's Burn Book: Allie Hagan's Suri's Burn Book: Well-Dressed Commentary From Hollywood's Little Sweetheart is the book version of her hilarious Tumblr, Suri's Burn Book, which imagines what Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes's daughter, Suri, would say about her fellow celebrity children.
- The Casual Vacancy: After her successful Harry Potter series, we can't wait to pick up J.K. Rowling's adult novel The Casual Vacancy about an idyllic English town. When a town council member passes away, it triggers chaos among the people - and an election that carries surprising revelations.
- Kicking & Dreaming: In Ann and Nancy Wilson's Kicking & Dreaming: A Story of Heart, Soul, and Rock & Roll, the women of Heart tell their story. From their nomadic childhood to their international access, they cover everything from heartaches to partying to parenthood.
- May We Be Forgiven: A.M. Homes's latest, May We Be Forgiven: A Novel, is a dark tale of a scholar attempting to take care of his brother's children after a tragedy.
- My Mother Was Nuts: In My Mother Was Nuts: A Memoir, Penny Marshall - the director behind Big and A League of Their Own - shares stories from her childhood in the Bronx, her successful Hollywood career, and her personal life.
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- This Is How You Lose Her: After his best-selling book The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, Pulitzer Prize winner Junot Díaz returns with This Is How You Lose Her. Amid tales of a father and son, forbidden lovers, and ex-lovers, some familiar voices return, including that of Yunior.
- Telegraph Avenue: Michael Chabon's Telegraph Avenue: A Novel explores two California families in a story about friendship, race, and secret pasts.
- NW: Zadie Smith's NW celebrates the area of London she grew up in. The novel follows four main characters as they try to navigate their grown-up lives in the city.
- All Gone: Alex Witchel's All Gone: A Memoir of My Mother's Dementia. With Refreshments details the heartbreaking, bittersweet journey of losing her parent who's still alive.
- Happier at Home: The Happiness Project, Happier at Home: Kiss More, Jump More, Abandon a Project, Read Samuel Johnson, and My Other Experiments in the Practice of Everyday Life focuses on happiness in the home. Among her focus points? Marriage, possessions, and parenthood.
- San Miguel: T.C. Boyle's San Miguel is a historical novel that takes place on San Miguel, an island off the coast of California. The book tells the story of two families: one in the 1880s and one in the 1930s.
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