Glennon Doyle (born March 20, 1976) is the New York Times bestselling author of Untamed, Love Warrior, and Carry On, Warrior. She is also the founder of Momastery, a website and online community that reaches millions of people each month.
Glennon is a popular speaker and has been featured on Oprah’s SuperSoul Sunday, TEDx, and more. In addition to writing books, Glennon is passionate about helping others find their voice and sharing her own stories in order to make a difference in the world.
Here are some books recommended by Glennon Doyle.
Know My Name by Chanel Miller
Chanel Miller’s debut book, “Know My Name,” is a brave and powerful account of her sexual assault, the court case that followed, and her journey to reclaiming her identity.
Miller’s story is one that will resonate with many survivors of sexual assault. It is a moving reminder that our stories belong to us and that we have a right to be heard and believed.
“Know My Name” is an important book that gives voice to silent survivors of sexual violence. It is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the true impact of sexual assault, and how justice can be served.
The Book Of Longings by Sue Monk Kidd
Sue Monk Kidd’s The Book of Longings is a historical fiction novel set in the first century AD that tells the story of Ana, a young woman who falls in love with a man named Jesus.
Ana is betrothed to another man, but she cannot help but feel drawn to Jesus. The novel follows their forbidden love affair and explores the political and religious landscape of the time period.
The Book of Longings is a sweeping epic that will transport readers to another time and place.
Trick Mirror by Jia Tolentino
Trick Mirror is a collection of essays by Jia Tolentino that explores the many ways technology affects our lives and relationships.
In her debut book, Trick Mirror, Jia Tolentino offers a sharp and insightful look at the way technology has changed us – for better and for worse.
Whether she’s writing about the “selfie-centeredness” of social media or the dangers of online dating, Tolentino’s essays are always thoughtful and thought-provoking.
If you’re looking for a smart, funny, and insightful book about our modern world, Trick Mirror is a must-read.
We Are The Luckiest by Laura Mckowen
In her new book, Laura McKowen argues that we are the luckiest. She believes that luck is not about winning the lottery or being born into a wealthy family. Instead, it’s about having the opportunity to live a life full of meaning and purpose.
McKowen believes that we all have the power to create our own luck. She offers readers practical advice on how to manifest their own good fortune. By following her simple tips, readers can learn how to attract more luck into their lives.
Whether you’re looking for love, and success, or simply want to feel happier, McKowen’s book will show you how to create your own luck and make your dreams come true.
Wow, No Thank You by Samantha Irby
In her newest collection of essays, “Wow, No Thank You,” Samantha Irby opens up about everything from growing older to relationships to what it was like to have COVID-19.
Irby is known for her irreverent and hilarious writing, and “Wow, No Thank You” does not disappoint. She tackles topics like body image, online dating, and Lena Dunham with her signature wit and humor.
While Irby is laugh-out-loud funny, she also doesn’t shy away from the more difficult aspects of her life, including her battle with Crohn’s disease and her experience with racism.
“Wow, No Thank You” is a must-read for fans of Irby’s previous work as well as anyone who needs a good laugh (and maybe a few tears) in these trying times.