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Starting August 1, we'll be reading Jennifer Weiner's latest novel, 'Mrs. Everything.'
It might be a slim read, but Red At The Bone packs a punch.
Curl up and crack one open.
“Beauty was not simply something to behold; it was something one could do.”
"What I didn’t expect were the serious plot lines and themes that made this into more than just a fluffy summer read."
The book, out now, is #ReadWithMC's August pick.
"If this kind of surrogate facility already existed in New York, I wouldn’t be surprised."
"I don’t want the conversation about women’s bodies to begin and end with the question of consent."
The book is a summer breakout—and for good reason.
One #ReadWithMC reviewer finished it in two days.
In her new book, Fight Like a Mother, Moms Demand Action Founder Shannon Watts sets the record straight.
Surrogacy facilities exist IRL, so what does the novel's "dystopian" I.D. say about our society?
A utopian surrogacy retreat, a '70s rock band you wish was real, and so much more.
"It was like having an all-access pass to hang backstage with the hottest rock band in the world."
The author's YA novel-turned-movie, starring Yara Shahidi, is #ReadWithMC's May book club pick.
"I felt a kinship with these characters because I've dealt with similar circumstances within my own family."
Make room on the nightstand.
Taylor Jenkins Reid discusses her new novel, which is #ReadWithMC's April book club pick.
Even better if you get your male friends to read them.