iHeartRadio DJ Tanya Rad and Raquelle Stevens are helping readers find hope and joy in every day with their personal new book, out Jan. 31. Featuring 100 encouraging readings, The Sunshine Mind may just be the secret to a happy and grateful 2023. As Selena Gomez said when writing the foreword, “May this book meet you right where you are and lift you up a little.”
—Mike Vulpo, Editor
I can’t help it, I live for drama! Of course my messy self will be sipping on whatever tea Prince Harry chooses to spill in his memoir, Spare. (He may have given up his royal title, but this is an iconic one for an autobiography!) His publisher promised “raw, unflinching honesty” from Harry about his childhood and life in the monarchy, and they also noted that Harry has used proceeds from Spare to donate $1.5 million to Sentebale—an organization he founded with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in 2006 that supports children and young people in Southern Africa whose lives have been affected by poverty, inequality and HIV/AIDS. So at least I can feel slightly less guilty about devouring every last word when it’s released on Jan. 10?
To scratch another literary itch, I am embarrassingly excited for Emily Henry‘s upcoming rom-com Happy Place (April 23), the follow-up to her banter-filled Book Lovers, my favorite book of 2022. Basically, if Henry writes it, I will swoon and then obnoxiously tell everyone I have ever met that they need to read it. (Sorry, Sarah from second grade, hope you enjoyed your honeymoon, but did you finish Beach Read yet?!)
—Tierney Bricker, Features Editor