Top 5 Non-Fiction Books To Be Released On January 2024

If we set aside some time to read non-fiction, we may acquire a great deal of knowledge. Non-fiction books in particular can be really effective learning aids. It really has a few very significant implications on our thought processes and brain physiology, which go well beyond the stuff we are actually learning. 

The following non-fiction titles are scheduled for release in January 2024:

1. 1000 Words: A Writer's Guide to Staying Creative, Focused, and Productive All Year Round by Jami Attenberg

This writer's handbook, which was inspired by Jami Attenberg's enormously successful literary campaign #1000WordsofSummer, includes inspirational pieces on writing, productivity, and creativity from well-known authors including Roxane Gay, Lauren Groff, Celeste Ng, Meg Wolitzer, and Carmen Maria Machado. The anticipated release date of this book by S&S/Simon Element is January 9, 2024.

2. So Fetch: The Making of Mean Girls by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong

The completely true story of one of the most famous teen comedies ever, Mean Girls, from the New York Times bestselling author of Seinfeldia, explains how it happened, how it defined a generation, how it invented meme culture, and why it just won't go away. Packed with exclusive interviews from the director, cast, and crew. So Fetch is the ideal friend for fans and everybody who recognizes that the possibilities are endless when it comes to the lasting influence of Mean Girls. The anticipated release date of this book by S&S/Simon Element is January 9, 2024.

3. Blood: The Science, Medicine, and Mythology of Menstruation by Jen Gunter

Learn powerful, period-positive, and straight-forward information from Dr. Jen Gunter, the New York Times bestselling author of The Vagina Bible, about the science, medicine, and misconceptions around menstruation. The most well-known and vocal gynecologist in the world dispels misunderstandings and disinformation about a subject that affects over 72 million women annually by providing inclusive facts, sound science, and guidance free of stigma. This book is scheduled to be published by Citadel on January 23, 2024.

4. Fluke: Chance, Chaos, and Why Everything We Do Matters by Brian Klaas

Brian Klaas, an Atlantic writer and social scientist, presents a thought-provoking book that follows in the perspective-altering footsteps of Malcolm Gladwell's The Tipping Point and Nassim Nicholas Taleb's The Black Swan. It challenges our understanding of the world and explains how seemingly insignificant events can drastically alter our lives. In addition to offering mind-bending insights on how we might live wiser, happier, and more fulfilled lives, Klaas offers a stunningly novel look at why things happen by combining ideas from social science, chaos theory, history, evolutionary biology, and philosophy. This book is scheduled to be published by Scribner on January 23, 2024.

5. One in a Millennial: On Friendship, Feelings, Fangirls, and Fitting In by Kate Kennedy

From pop culture podcaster and generational voice Kate Kennedy, an ode to the millennial spirit. Pop culture, nostalgia, the millennial zeitgeist, and the life lessons—both good and bad—learned from growing up as a part of a generation that is sometimes despised are all explored in One In a Millennial. This book is scheduled for publication by St. Martin's Press on January 23, 2024.


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