We’re only a couple of weeks into the new year but it already promises to be an exciting one for new reading material. Whether you’re a bookworm or someone hoping to take up a book instead of Instagram in the evening, 2020’s schedule of new titles will get you very excited.
Here are five books we’re most excited to read this year:
How To Break Up With Fast Fashion: A Guilt-Free Guide To Changing The Way You Shop – For Good by Lauren Bravo
We’ve all got a toxic relationship in our life – fast fashion. In this book, journalist Lauren Bravo – who has quit her fast fashion habits for a slower, better way of dressing – will show you how to embrace more sustainable ways of shopping like learning to love what you already have in your wardrobe, becoming a pro at charity shop hauls, and how to repair, recycle and reuse items.
Best friends Hannah and Mona waitress at an all-night café, Stella Café. The pair love working at Stella’s and the different people they meet, from early risers to night owls but they’re dreamers with big ambitions. Should they leave Stella’s and make their own way in life? Spend twenty-fours at Stella’s Café and you might just see.
The latest novel from the beloved Irish author delves into the Casey family – a family who seem to be perfect with dream family relationships and bundles of cash to spend on birthday parties, anniversary celebrations and weekends away. However, things start to take a turn for the worst when one family member gets concussed and secrets start spilling out.
Host of the acclaimed Ctrl Alt Delete podcast, Emma Gannon will release her debut novel, Olive, this year which sees the titular character navigate life when her best friends start getting married and having families.
Podcaster, columnist and award-winning writer Dolly Alderton releases her debut novel this October, Ghosts, which sees 32-year-old Nina Dean attempt to navigate the world of online dating, family and friendship in a story that promises to be ‘funny, tender and painfully relatable’.