AMERIE’S BOOK CLUB
The Book of Lost Saints by Daniel Jose Older
“At times funny and at times somber, I couldn’t stop turning the pages, waiting to learn more about Marisol and Ramón’s intertwined past and present,” singer and literary influencer Amerie wrote in an Instagram post, adding that the author will join her for the end-of-the-month live chat.
BELLETRIST BOOK CLUB
Creatures by Crissy Van Meter
“On the eve of Evangeline’s wedding, on the shore of Winter Island, a dead whale is trapped in the harbor, the groom may be lost at sea, and Evie’s mostly absent mother has shown up out of the blue,” the book club co-founded by actress Emma Roberts posted on Instagram. “We can’t wait for you to read along!”
GMA BOOK CLUB
Long Bright River by Liz Moore
“‘Long Bright River’ is at once heart-pounding and heart-wrenching: a gripping suspense novel that is also a moving story of sisters, addiction, and the formidable ties that persist between place, family, and fate,” Good Morning America posted in its latest book announcement.
NONAME’S BOOK CLUB
Die Nigger Die! by H. Rap Brown
Sabrina & Corina: Stories by Kali Fajardo-Anstine
The book club serving readers of color founded by rapper Noname announced on Twitter Noname chose Sabrina & Corina and the book club’s “homie pick” of Die Nigger Die! came from journalist Najma Sharif. The books can be found in the club’s partner bookstores or libraries.
OPRAH’S BOOK CLUB
The book club is finishing its December book, Olive, Again by Elizabeth Strout.
READ WITH JENNA – TODAY SHOW BOOK CLUB
Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano
“I choose ‘Dear Edward’ because it is a book about love and loss and finding your way after the unthinkable,” said Jenna Bush Hager on Today. “I thought to start our year off, even though hopefully nothing this dramatic happens in everyone’s life, we can all think about a new lease on life.”
REESE’S BOOK CLUB
Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid
“You’ll follow a young women’s journey of self-discovery after she’s wrongfully accused of kidnapping a child,” Reese Witherspoon and her book club wrote in Instagram posts. “This story is a beautiful conversation starter about race, privilege, work dynamics.”