5 Books to Read Written by Fabulous Women

Educated by Tara Westover

An incredible book written by a woman who stepped into her first classroom at age seventeen and was basically self-taught her whole life. A heartbreaking look at America and what it means to have access to an education. Very inspiring read!

Becoming by Michelle Obama

You know the woman, but do you know the story? Obama’s book takes you through her entire life from childhood to her days as First Lady. This book is very detailed and eloquently written. Her anecdotal moments will touch your heart and bring you to tears.

I Am Watching You by Teresa Driscoll

A very suspenseful mystery novel set in multiple character perspectives. Driscoll’s story unfolds in multiple characters and each adds a unique view to the haunting mystery of what really happened to Anna, the girl who disappeared one night in London and has been gone for a year, until new information arrives…

Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn

A daringly suspenseful mystery that is bone-chilling and addictive. The main character, Camille, is dealing with her own personal struggles before she is forced as a reporter to return to her hometown in rural Missouri in pursuit of a developing story of missing girls. But what she discovers about her own family may be what she feared the most.

What I Know for Sure by Oprah Winfrey

This book is perfect for when it’s late at night and you’re ready to relax and unwind. Winfrey’s soothing words are powerful, inspiring, and calming. She speaks of her past traumas and how her quest to understand things ‘for sure’ has shown a light on all that she has accomplished. This is for the person who may not love self-help books, but is willing to listen to heartfelt stories that will resonate with them forever.

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