Top 7 Books Every Woman Should Have in Her Library

by - Monday, July 18, 2016

Books for every woman

Books, books, books,  we can never get tired of good books. Every book lover has a book lust list and if none of these books are on them then you should consider getting them on it. Perhaps you have some trouble deciding what to read next,  you can find some inspiration from these book titles. It's easy to get carried away by what's trending in stores now and we hope this should relieve the stress of finding a good read. Some of these books have been published a long time ago but they should not be missing in your library. Enjoy...

1.Every Woman

Every Woman was written by Derek Llewellyn. You have probably heard of this book and read reviews everywhere but have never even considered getting it for yourself. Now is a good time to buy it. This book helps you understand many things about your feminine  physiology as a woman and your sexuality. It is an eye-opening book and we think every woman should have it on her book shelve. It is the perfect gynecological guide for you.

2. Secrets of an Irresistible Woman

This book was written by Michelle Hammond. It is a must-read for women of all ages. She presents ideas so neatly that practicing won't be a big deal. Body,  spirit and soul are nourished after reading this book. I guess it's one of this author's best books so far. It is life changing and instructional on some very good level. Every woman should have this in her library.

3. Girl Boss

#Girlboss by Sophia Amoruso is a must-read for every woman who wants to be daring and courageous even in the face of challenges. The author is very personal with her story.  The way she puts herself out there has made it more practical than not. You can read a review of #Girlboss right here on my blog. I recommend this book to any woman who plans to lead,  or become a CEO anytime soon.

4. I Feel Bad About my Neck

This book was written by Nora Ephron. It is a very hilarious read as she gets personal about women troubles and matters. She writes about relationships,  fine apartments, purses and yes,  her neck. This one will prepare you of what's to come when we talk wrinkles and aging and some good remedies and miracle creams. I Feel Bad About my Neck is a beautiful read for every woman,  all ages.

5. Rescue Ladies

Rescue Ladies is a novel written by Olubunmi Mabel. It is a page turner,  one that will keep you glued for a very long time. Almost every woman should find a character that explains her. The fact that the story is Nigerian makes it all the more intriguing. Lessons are carefully crafted and intelligently wielded in the plot. Another thing worthy of note is that Rescue Ladies is an e-novel and that's why it's easy to purchase. You can also find it on Amazon.

6. Purple Hibiscus

Purple Hibiscus was written by Chimamanda Adichie and yes, it's an old novel plus that was her debut novel but to be honest with you,  it's one every woman should have in her library. This is another page turner that addresses issues on women and mistreating them. The story carefully let's you see what happens to vulnerable, weak women who seem to be incapable of helping themselves.

7. Spirit Controlled Woman

Spiritual Controlled Woman was written by Beverly LaHaye. This is one very good classic and it's epic. It is a life changing book that addresses issues on character and temperament. It is a good sequel to Why You Act The Way You Do by Tim LaHaye (who happens to be her husband). If you are looking for something to help you understand your nature and what you can do about the negative side of it,  get this book. You will always have it to refer to even now and then.

Every woman should have these books in her library. If you won't read them now,  save them for later. What book are you reading now?

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