Many readers say that they prefer a physical book to its digital version, but when you’re a working girl on the go, sometimes carrying an eReader with all of your favorite reads is the best way to travel with books. We’re excited to be partnering with OverDrive and their free app Libby, to bring you the best new platform for busy women who love getting lost in a good book. Check out the year’s most popular eBooks for female entrepreneurs and get these on your #TBR pile stat!
The Myth of the Nice Girl by Fran Hauser
If you’ve ever felt like you had to be the “nice girl” at work to avoid being called bitchy, this book is the perfect read for you. Hauser breaks down why women feel this way and how to avoid being the quiet and nice woman in the office. This new book teaches women how to be confident and decisive while remaining positive and easy to work with.
How Women Rise by Sally Helgesen and Marshall Goldsmith
Sally Helgesen and Marshall Goldsmith are leadership experts who know what it takes to reach the next successful step in your career. The authors of this innovative book know that the work world isn’t as easy for women as it is for men and try to bridge the gap between the success that women and men find in the workplace. How Women Rise allows you to identify your strengths and use those talents to propel your career forward.
Like She Owns the Place by Cara Alwill Leyba
Cara Alwill Leyba is out to change the way women think of themselves and their success. She shows readers how to face their challenges and insecurities, promising a new life free of anxieties. Through her own experiences and those of her clients, this #GIRLBOSS tells the story of what happens when you believe in yourself.
WorkParty by Jaclyn Johnson
Jaclyn Johnson, the CEO and founder of Create & Cultivate, tells the story of her rise to the top in WorkParty. After being let go from her steady job, Johnson began her own business and through much trial and tribulation, her company eventually became the fastest-growing outlet for millennial businesswomen. This new book is filled with tips and tricks to make your entrepreneurial dreams come true.
Know Your Value (Revised Edition) by Mika Brzezinski
This informative book is full of the advice you need to get the money and title you deserve in the workplace. Brzezinski shares her best advice for tackling goals and finding success and she includes interviews with some of the industry’s leading businesswomen. With compelling research and words from some of the greatest business minds, this book is a home run for women who deserve more from their jobs.
Tiffany Pham arrived in the United States without knowing any English and quickly built an empire that would make her one of the most successful entrepreneurs of her generation. With insight into her journey and advice for negotiating a raise, managing others and even starting your own company, Pham’s book is a necessity for all female entrepreneurs.
Quiet Girls Can Run the World: Owning Your Power When You’re Not the “Alpha” in the Room by Rebecca Holman
If you’ve ever been curious about Cheryl Sandberg’s Lean In but don’t feel confident enough to pursue those ideas because you’re introverted, this is the perfect book for you. Rebecca Holman doesn’t believe that you have to be outgoing and assertive to achieve your dreams. In Quiet Girls Can Run the World, she teaches readers how to use their strengths to their advantage regardless of their personality traits. This book proves that anyone can be successful and that everyone has strengths they can use in their favor.
When’s Happy Hour? by betches
The editorial team here at She Reads adores betches and when we heard about their latest book, we were ecstatic for its release. When’s Happy Hour? covers all the bases you will ever need when it comes to your career and the shenanigans that go on behind the scenes. From tips on how to be successful in your job to banking a little extra cash for Sunday brunch, this new book is a must-read for multitasking women.
Leapfrog: The New Revolution for Women Entrepreneurs by Nathalie Molina Niño & Sara Grace
If you’re sick of the same business practices always finding success and watching white men take the glory for others’ success, you’ll devour Leapfrog. As a daughter of immigrants, Nathalie Molina had to learn how to be successful with all the odds stacked against her. In this new book, she shares loopholes and new ways of doing business that will have you leapfrogging over your competition in no time.
Disrupters: Success Strategies from Women Who Break the Mold by Dr. Patti Fletcher
Dr. Patti Fletcher believes that there are many things that affect a woman’s career, including timing and mindset. In this self-help book, readers get a behind-the-scenes look at how successful female entrepreneurs have made names for themselves in a competitive industry. With the idea that all women have a different path to victory, Fletcher shows her fellow entrepreneurs what they must do in order to reach their goals.