Book Club Picks for February and a Valentine's Day Giveaway


Hello Lit Babes,

Happy February!  What a wonderful month for love and books.  There are so many books to choose from but here is a list of this month's popular book club selections.

Oprah's Book Club

For this month's pick, Oprah chose An American Marriage by Tayari Jones.  This novel redefine's the American love story.  Oprah describes it as a love triangle and a juicy novel.  It was a book she couldn't put down.  The story affects every one of us, she quotes and I can't wait to here your reviews on this book.

Reese's Book Club x Hello Sunshine

Cute as a button actress, now book club curator Reese Witherspoon's pick for February is The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo.  Another epic love story about a couple who meet at Columbia University.  Their 13 year journey together is full of dreams, desires, betrayals and love.  Sounds like a moving story.


Last but not least, the book club Belletrist by Emma Roberts who is also an actress turned literary babe, picked the same book as Oprah did!  An American Marriage.  We can't wait to get our hands on this one.

In honor of Valentine's Day, Literary Babe is doing their first ever book giveaway!

Here's how to enter:

1) Follow @theliterarybabe on Instagram.

2)  Tag a friend in the comments section who you know loves books.

3)  Subscribe to - It's FREE!

Winner will be chosen on Valentine's Day - February 14th, 2018 and notified by email.
Winner get's BOTH books.  (1 each - 2 total)
Contest is open to U.S. residents only.
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Thanks for stopping by and happy reading.

The Literary Babe



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