Four Books You Need to Have on Your Fall Reading List.
by Emery W.
September is all about back-to-school and prepping for Fall. So ,of course our reading list has to reflect the same thing! Here are some great reads with messages of embracing your inner magick, and getting hyped for the season of the witch.
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han
In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few weeks; Netflix released a new original film titled, To All the Boys I Loved Before based on the novel by the same name. The novel follows Lara Jean, and how she handles the aftermath of when secret love letters she’d written to her former crushes actually get sent out to their (un)intended recipients. The film does a great job depicting the thoughts, feelings, and fears of any young woman who has experienced unrequited love. Not to mention, introduced us to our new #MCE Noah Centineo. However, everyone knows the book is always better than the movie so get yourself a copy ASAP.
You can purchase the "To All The Boys" series HERE
Inner Witch by Gabriela Herstik
Are you a novice looking to really dig in, and start learning about your inner Goddess and the power she truly holds? Take my advice, skip the line at Sephora, and pick up this must-read. Inner Witch contains any and everything you’ll need to know about starting your journey into your craft, and it’s written by one of my favorite modern-day magickgals, Gabriela Hastik.
You can Purchase "Inner Witch" HERE
Black Klansmen by Ron Stallworth
Ah, who doesn’t love a good ol’ Spike Lee joint? The film BlackKklansmen is actually based on a true story. Black Klansmen is a memoir by Ron Stallworth, a former New York City police officer who goes undercover to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan. If you’re like me, and love comparing and contrasting the difference between page and screen, this is a must-read.
You can grab a copy of "Black Klansmen" HERE
UNFU*CK YOURSELF by Gary John Bishop
This book has been on my To-Read List for a while now. Sometimes you need to take a step back, and remind yourself that you’ve just got to get out of your own head. Self-help is sometimes the best kind of help to get back to your, well, self. So why not do it with a good book?
Don't forget to get a copy of "UnFu*k Yourself" HERE
So if you’re looking for a way to wind down from all of the stresses of back-to-school shopping, form move-ins, or looking to stock up on some good reads for this cooler weather we’re about to start getting, I suggest you pick up one (or all) if these.