The first month of the new year is nearing its end and that means it’s time for the list of best selling books in January 2018! Grab onto your seats bookworms because these January 2018 best sellers will drive you to a roller coaster. Let’s go!
Almost Midnight tells two stories: Midnights and Kindred Spirits and both narrates love, destiny, and just the right amount of magic! Midnights was originally part of My True Love Gave To Me anthology by Stephanie Perkins while Kindred Spirits was published as a World Book Day title. Read this on a cold night under the sheets and let its warmth envelope you!
Heartbreakingly straight-forward, Glasgow writes the story of Charlie – a seventeen-year-old girl who lost more than what she have. Every loss hardens her heart more and more, yet she admits the ever-present pain. Discover how Charlie attempts to pull herself back together despite being in pieces. Dare: Try not to cry!
We all know how seductively written the Fifty Shades trilogy is, but E.L. James just won’t stop! How? Well, she simply retells the whole trilogy – this time from Christian Grey’s perspective! Delve into Mr. Grey’s mind and be captured by this Fifty Shade-ness. *wink*
Ever imaginative author Dan Brown writes a novel about a question often overlooked: Where do we come from? Where are we headed? Join Langdon as he tries to find out! Truly a remarkable thriller to start the year!
Doubting if things will work out this year? Grab this book by world-renowned pastor of one of the largest Christian communities and best selling author Joel Osteen as he answers your questions and doubts.
Currently, soon-to-be, and aspiring parents, listen up! You might want to get a hold of this book to help you in parenting your little one/s and raise him/her with an empathy advantage. You’ll thank us in advance for this, we swear!
Contrary to what most self-help books tell you, Mark Manson writes a blunt and pretty intriguing book on how people today are so saturated with “positive thinking” that they actually turn into spoiled brats! Manson suggests the opposite: stomach hardships because they won’t go away ever! How? Grab your copy!
Another collection following Milk and Honey written by blooming poetess Rupi Kaur empowers every reader and tells how he/she is so worthwhile that he/she deserves nothing but the pure best. If you want a quick boost of confidence, read this and take it all in!
Jasmine Warga is one of the authors who accurately wrote on-point descriptions of experiences by people with mental health illness! Two teenagers plan on their suicide and were decided to continue. Until the each other’s company became a constant and now they’re confused on what they really want.
Be it in school or work or family or friends, Richard Carlson’s Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff promises lessons and techniques how to stop stressing over small stuff and begin a life well-lived! Oh, and this edition is a special one – it contains three books!
Be sure to grab these books from a National Bookstore online. All prices are the same as our store prices. What’s more amazing? We have CASH ON DELIVERY and NATIONWIDE FREE SHIPPING! Start the year right by being well-read! Enjoy!
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