TGC Buchclub

Three Late Spring Reads
May 09, 2023
Unsere Autorin Sophia Cosby empfiehlt in diesem Artikel drei Romane, die gut zu kühler Leinenbettwäsche und der unvermeidlichen Nostalgie passen, die mit dem Frühling einhergehen.
Exalted: where obsessions, astrology & family drama meet
Apr 23, 2023
In der Astrologie ist ein Planet stärker in einem Zeichen, in dem er erhöht ist. „Exalted“ ist auch der Titel des Buches der amerikanischen Autorin Anna Dorn und lässt unsere Verbindung zur Astrologie erahnen. Ein frischer Roman mit Obsessionen, Familiendrama und – natürlich – Astologie.
Learning how to be in Elif Batuman’s The Idiot
Mar 07, 2023
This Pulitzer Prize finalist casts a complex nostalgic light on new experiences, from first loves to email, and asks what it means to live an aesthetic, academic life, our author Sophia Cosby concludes in this article.
Passion, Pools, Philosophy: Bonjour Tristesse by Françoise Sagan is the Ultimate Autumn Read
Sep 14, 2022
The classic French novella Bonjour Tristesse is essential autumn reading that you can finish on a leisurely afternoon in the park, our guest-editor Sophia Cosby recommends.
The Creative Life According to ‘Bird by Bird’ by Anne Lamott
May 18, 2022
This month, The Goddess Collective Book Club reads the most life-changing advice book for writers and creatives of any type (seriously, it’s that good).
The Unbreakable Bond Between Mothers and Daughters in Jessamine Chan’s First Novel
Apr 19, 2022
In the first edition of The Goddess Collective Book Club, we read The School for Good Mothers, a debut novel about the unattainable perfection expected of mothers and the bonds that shape them.