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Work Life 8 books to help distract you from the coronavirus crisis

3. Dear Girls: Intimate Tales, Untold Secrets, Advice for Living Your Best Life, by Ali Wong

Hysterical and raunchy, this humorous memoir from comedian Ali Wong takes on the perspective of a mother writing to her two young daughters. Described as “absurdly funny, enlightening (and gross),” the West Coast comedian takes her reader through her life’s journey with endearing anecdotes, inappropriate humor, and plenty of heart.

4. Where the Forest Meets the Stars, by Glendy Vanderah

This fantasy-tinged novel by American author Glendy Vanderah follows a grieving daughter and cancer survivor through her solitary lifestyle until she meets a mysterious child. Vanderah, who rightfully ranks among fantasy heavy-hitters such as J.K. Rowling, brings an understanding of human connection to this book.

5. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, by Stieg Larsson, translated by Reg Keeland

A grab bag of various themes—corruption, murder, familial strife—combine in the engrossing first installment in the now-deceased Swedish author’s Millennium series. Mikael Blomkvist, a journalist, and Lisbeth Salander, Larsson’s punk heroine, serve as the edgy and terse-talking leads in this instantly addictive crime thriller. Once you sink your teeth into this first read, you’ll be compelled to finish the entire trilogy, which was published posthumously.

6. Over the Top: A Raw Journey to Self-Love, by Jonathan Van Ness

The title says it all when reading Fab Five sweetheart and celebrity stylist and grooming expert Jonathan van Ness’s debut memoir. This read will effortlessly remind you why self-care and self-love are especially important in trying times. Just like Van Ness always says: You’ve got this.

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