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We know your to-read list is still growing thanks to all of the great books that came out in 2018, but it’s never too early to look ahead and find new titles to add to the queue. This year we saw the release of great debut novels, some new books by beloved authors, and plenty of non-fiction that will help you digest the crazy world around us. Here are the books we’re reading in 2019.

1. Life Will Be the Death of Me…And You Too! by Chelsea Handler

Handler is like your favorite friend who gets funnier and more outrageous with every glass of Sauv Blanc she downs in quick succession. Her new memoir delivers all the candid insights we’ve come to expect from her, and more, as she digs deep after finding herself at a low point, both personally and professionally, following Donald Trump’s election. “I started seeing a psychiatrist … and I started writing things down after our sessions,” she shares, about the process behind the book. Deciding to bust out of the “privileged bubble” she lived in, she set out to out ditch her cynicism and regain hope. Read More.
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2. The Editor by Steven Rowley

What does a struggling writer in New York really need? To be discovered by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis—or Mrs. Onassis, as she’s known in the office at the major publishing house where she’s an editor. Jackie’s fallen for James Smale’s candidly autobiographical novel about his dysfunctional family but when a salacious long-held family secret is revealed James struggles to finish the book. Its Jackie, with her wily ways, who guides him through the process and towards accepting the truths that help set him free. Read More.
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3. Lanny by Max Porter

If you haven’t already read Porter’s debut novel Grief Is The Thing With Feathers, do not be put off the title, go read it right now and imagine Cillian Murphy playing the dad like he is in the stage version right in New York later this month. But I digress, Porter brings all his signature wonder and wackiness to Lanny, his new novel, about a precocious young English boy who goes missing under the strangest of circumstances. Read More.
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