Hi, Should-Heads! We're about to be incredibly optimistic and share the five books we're each determined to read before the end of the year. Will we do it, or are we setting ourselves up for failure?
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Supply chain problems: https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/manufacturing/article/86833-high-costs-services-disruptions-plague-book-biz-supply-chain.html
Julia: All the Feels (Olivia Dade) and Obviously: Stories From My Timeline (Akilah Hughes)
Kelly: The Unheard (Nicci French)
Rachael: So Many Beginnings (Bethany C. Morrow), The Comfort Book (Matt Haig) and The Space Between Worlds (Micaiah Johnson)
Julia: Love Hypothesis (Ali Hazelwood) and In Every Mirror She's Black) (Lola Akinmade Akerstrom)
Kelly: The Assignment (Liza Wiemer), The Love Hypothesis (Ali Hazelwood), The Neighbor's Secret (L. Alison Heller), Rock Paper Scissors (Alice Feeney), So Many Beginnings (Bethany C. Morrow), Take Me Home Tonight (Morgan Matson), In the Wild Light (Jeff Zentner) and Persist (Elizabeth Warren)
Rachael: Cloud Cuckoo Land (Anthony Doerr), Happy Hour (Marlowe Granados), Black Nerd Problems (William Evans and Omar Holmon), So Many Beginnings (Bethany C. Morrow), Claudia and the New Girl (Ann M. Martin, Gabriela Epstein), Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy (Chynna Clugston-Flores), I Want to Be Where the Normal People Are (Rachel Bloom), The Fate of Food (Amanda Little) and Rock Paper Scissors (Alice Feeney)
Julia: Sanctuary (VV James), Grown (Tiffany D. Jackson), Anxious People (Fredrik Backman), Ninth House (Leigh Bardugo) and Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell (Susanna Clarke)
Kelly: More Than Maybe (Erin Hahn), Mexican Gothic (Silvia Moreno-Garcia), The Only Good Indians (Stephen Graham Jones), Survivor Song (Paul Tremblay), The Lost Village (Camilla Sten)
Rachael: My Year of Rest and Relaxation (Ottessa Moshfegh), We Need to Talk About Kevin (Lionel Shriver), Foundryside (Robert Jackson Bennett), Perfect Life (Jessica Shattuck) and Sing You Home (Jodi Picoult)
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