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31 New Books By or About Women

From Rose McGowan's debut to new Jojo Moyes, it's shaping up to be a great year for female authors and women-centric stories.

Since day one, women have been leading the way in 2018. Calling for more women to be considered for Grammys this past Sunday, to the second Women’s March a week ago and representing the #MeToo movement at the Golden Globes, women have made it clear that this is the year of the woman, that we will be heard and we are not backing down.

In preparing the list of new books out this week, we found that an abundance of books we are looking forward to reading are penned by women or are about women (as is the case with J. Randy Taraboreilli’s book on Jacqueline Kennedy, the only book on our list written by a man). Here are 31 powerful new books by or about strong women:


Brave

By Rose McGowan

Still Me

By Jojo Moyes

Jackie, Janet & Lee

By J. Randy Taraborelli

A More Beautiful and Terrible History

By Jeanne Theoharis

The Wedding Date

By Jasmine Guillory

Jefferson’s Daughters

By Catherine Kerrison

Behind Her Eyes

By Sarah Pinborough

Banana Cream Pie Murder

By Joanne Fluke

Losing Brave

By Bailee Madison & Stefne Miller

Brave Moms, Brave Kids

By Lee Nienhuis

Say You’ll Remember

By Katie McGarry

A Piece of the World

By Christina Baker Kline

Presence

By Amy Cuddy

All the Women in My Family Sing

By Deborah Santana

The Darkest Child

By Delores Phillips

Katharine the Great

By Deborah Davis

The Upside of Unrequited

By Becky Albertalli

Mary’s Monster

By Lila Judge

Red Scarf Girl

By Ji-Li Jiang

The Girl Friend

By Michelle Frances

If Only You Knew

By Jamie Ivey

This Will Be My Undoing

By Morgan Jenkins

Chaos

By Patricia Cornwell

The Hazel Wood

By Melissa Albert

Tempest

By Beverly Jenkins

No More Mean Girls

By Katie Hurley, LCSW

The Art of Screen Time

By Anya Kamenetz

That’s What She Said

By Joanne Lipman

The Spinning Magnet

By Alanna Mitchell

Luckiest Cowboy of All

By Carolyn Brown

Earth is Hiring

By Peta Kelly

This article originally appeared on BookTrib. 

BookTrib.com, “Where Readers Meet Writers,” is a network for readers and writers to make a connection and keep books alive in a distracted world. Created by Meryl Moss Media, a literary PR firm with a successful 25-year track record.

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Published on 06 Feb 2018

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