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Nonfiction Bestsellers for March

Enjoy a spectacular list of some of Jonathan Ball’s bestselling non-fiction reads for March 2024, by world-renowned authors, that are perfect for inspiring a change in you and making you think in new ways.


Jonathan Ball Nonfiction Bestsellers for March 2024

10. Love and Fury by Margie Orford

In Margie Orford’s latest book, Love and Fury, she provides a poignant memoir that uncovers the depths of trauma and her journey towards healing. As a renowned crime writer, Orford uses her narrative to reflect on personal adversities, the resilience required to overcome them, and the transformative power of love and creativity. Her introspective work is also full of hope and joy, resonating with women globally as they navigate their own paths of self-discovery and recovery.

9. Rise by Siya Kolisi

Rise by Siya Kolisi is a stirring autobiography that narrates his rise from humble beginnings to captaining the South African rugby team to World Cup glory. As the first black man to hold this position, Kolisi’s story is one of breaking barriers and embodying hope. His journey is a beacon for transformation, reflecting on themes of leadership, perseverance, and the power of sports to unite and inspire a nation.

8. Manage Your Money Like a F*cking Grownup by Sam Beckbessinger

Sam Beckbessinger’s Manage Your Money Like a F*cking Grownup offers a no-nonsense approach to personal finance. It’s an honest and humorous guide that demystifies money management, urging readers to take control of their finances. Beckbessinger combines wit with practical advice, encouraging financial literacy as a means to increase happiness and security. The book is a call to action for readers to approach their finances maturely and with confidence.

7. Finding Endurance by Darrel Bristow-Bovey

Finding Endurance by Darrel Bristow-Bovey weaves his personal experiences with the epic tale of Shackleton’s Antarctic expedition. It’s a profound exploration of survival against the odds, the resilience of the human spirit, and our deepening connection with nature and history.

6. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

Stephen R. Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People delves into habits that foster personal and professional excellence. It underscores the significance of character ethics as the foundation for success, rather than particular personality traits. Covey promotes principles like integrity, empathy, and proactive collaboration as essential to effective living.

5. Finding Me by Viola Davis

In Finding Me, Viola Davis shares an intimate memoir that chronicles her life from a poverty-stricken childhood to achieving fame as an acclaimed actress who has inspired many. It’s a raw and inspiring tale of resilience, displaying how she overcame obstacles and discrimination to find her voice and establish her career.

4. The 5AM Club by Robin Sharma

Robin Sharma’s The 5AM Club champions the transformative power of a morning routine. It suggests that waking up at 5AM causes an increase in personal growth, productivity, and well being. Through a compelling story, Sharma shares reasonable strategies to maximize the early hours for success and this creates a guide to unlock one’s potential by embracing the discipline of early rising, ultimately leading to a more fulfilling and purpose driven life.

3. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki offers a revolutionary perspective on financial education that audiences have loved since its release. It contrasts the traditional path of academic and professional success with the financial independence achieved through investing, real estate, and starting businesses. The book advocates for financial literacy as the key to wealth, rather than the traditional reliance on a 9-5.

2. The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene

Robert Greene’s The 48 Laws of Power is a longtime bestseller, providing a number of strategies for those want to conquer the complex dynamics of power. The book provides a historical background to all its teachings, including tactics used by influential figures. Greene encourages readers to be strategic, cunning, and subtle to gain and maintain influence and power in all areas of their lives.

1. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k by Mark Manson

Mark Manson’s The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck is an international chart-topping read that challenges conventional self help advice. Its ultimate message to readers is that the guide to living a good life is understanding that not all things are worth caring about. The book emphasizes the importance of accepting one’s flaws and limitations, and it encourages readers to focus on what truly matters to them. It’s a bold manifesto for personal freedom, urging individuals to live authentically and with purpose.

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