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          These Are the Nonfiction Books You Literally Won’t Be Able to Put Down This Year

          Learn yourself a thing or two with the help of this list.

          Sanchi Oberoi

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          1 Trick Mirror: Reflections on Self-Delusion, by Jia Tolentino
          $18.99 (30% off)

          In a collection of essays, this New Yorker writer (who you might recognize from that iconic Hulu Fyre Fest doc) talks about her own coming-of-age stories along with topics you’re super familiar with: social media obsession, feminism, politics, and more.

          2 Our Women on the Ground: Essays by Arab Women Reporting From the Arab World, edited by Zahra Hankir
          $12.79 (25% off)

          These 19 essays by different female Arab journalists reporting on the conflicts happening in their own homelands—from Cairo to Yemen to Syria—will be incredibly eye-opening.

          3 More Orgasms Please: Why Female Pleasure Matters, by The Hotbed Collective

          The Hotbed Collective began as a podcast centered around the female orgasm (or lack thereof), and the group’s debut book doesn’t fall too far from its podcast tree. They describe it as “Couch to 5K...for orgasms.” We are Here. For. It.

          4 I Like to Watch: Arguing My Way Through the TV Revolution, by Emily Nussbaum
          $18.29 (35% off)

          Emily, a Pulitzer Prize winner and New Yorker culture critic, published this collection of essays detailing her passion for TV, including her love for Buffy the Vampire Slayer. We stan a true Sarah Michelle Gellar fan.

          5 Is There Still Sex in the City? by Candace Bushnell
          $19.17 (26% off)

          The woman whose column inspired SJP’s Sex and the City (and changed the way we talk about women and sex on TV, NBD) is back as a divorcée who’s ready to discuss modern dating, MILFs, and Samantha-style cougars.

          6 Life Will Be the Death of Me, by Chelsea Handler
          $18.36 (32% off)

          In her new memoir (which actually began as regular post-therapy note-taking), Chelsea talks about the year of self-improvement she embarked on after Donald Trump became president.

          7 Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men, by Caroline Criado Perez
          $18.59 (31% off)

          In this book, Caroline outlines what she calls the “gender data gap”—which is basically her discovery that the majority of scientific data collection is based on the experiences of men (of course)—and how we can fix it.

          8 Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, by Lori Gottlieb

          Lori, a therapist, writes about not only her own patients but also being a patient in therapy herself. Bottom line: Everyone needs therapy.

          9 The Witches Are Coming, by Lindy West
          $19.03 (30% off)

          Lindy, who’s also the writer behind Hulu’s Shrill, discusses misogyny in 2019 and calls on the rest of the witches (aka other badass women) to give men the real witch hunt they’ve been crying over.

          10 Era of Ignition: Coming of Age in a Time of Rage and Revolution, by Amber Tamblyn
          $16.39 (34% off)

          According to Amber, an “era of ignition” is a point of personal change and self-reflection in your life, which is something she experienced while going from acting in film and TV to becoming one of the founders of the Time’s Up organization.

          11 Naturally Tan: A Memoir, by Tan France
          $20.71 (26% off)

          Our beloved Tanny teaches readers how to fall in love with themselves by telling his own story of self-love, acceptance, and his path to the Fab Five.

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