Tomorrow Will Be Different by Sarah McBride

Tomorrow Will Be Different

A timely and captivating memoir about gender identity set against the backdrop of the transgender equality movement, by a leading activist and the National Press Secretary for the Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest LGBTQ civil rights organization.Sarah McBride is on a mission to fight for transgender rights around the world. But before she was a prominent activist, and before she became the first transgender person to speak at the Democr...

Details Tomorrow Will Be Different

TitleTomorrow Will Be Different
Release DateMar 6th, 2018
PublisherCrown Archetype
GenreAutobiography, Memoir, Nonfiction, Lgbt, Feminism, Politics

Reviews Tomorrow Will Be Different

  • Nancy
    "I'm twenty-four, transgender, and a widow...that's a lot for someone in this society to handle." Sarah McBrideIn Tomorrow Will Be Different, Sarah McBride shares her personal story as inspiration and to put a face on what it is to be transgender.Imagine being unable to go into a public restroom in North Carolina without breaking the law. Imagine being unable to change your sex on your state ID, or being unable to keep a job or find housing. Imag...
  • Katya Kazbek
    My one wish right now is that Sarah McBride stays healthy, both physically and mentally, so she can one day become the president of the United States. This is a wish packed with hope: I want to live in the US that can have a woman president, a transgender president, and a young president. Hey, even a progressive president right now seems like a stretch :( Anyway, I also selfishly want Sarah to be happy, because that means that we as a society wil...
  • Kendall
    "Amazing Grace."That line, repeated over and over again in the midst of the darkest days of her life, says so much about Sarah-- that in the midst of any hardship, she can look for, and see, the hope in the broken and beautiful world we live in.I read this book in one sitting (while sobbing on a train next to concerned and loving strangers). It is such a gorgeous, honest, and brilliant lesson for all of us. It's a lesson about what we give to and...
  • Sarah
    I hope I get to vote for President Sarah McBride in twenty years! She has such a strong and compassionate voice that she has already used in such powerful ways at such a young age. Tomorrow Will Be Different is an inspirational memoir that details the author's coming out as transgender, her relationship with her late husband, and her work in politics and advocacy for equality for the trans community. It's both uplifting and heartbreaking and I re...
  • Jessica
    A powerful memoir. Just what I was hoping for. I feel I have a better understanding about some of the complexities and nuances of being transgender in America today. Side rant: I wanted to scream at the way Andy and Sarah were treated by the medical community in some of the conversations Sarah described. It’s just not how it should be done! And, I know oncology socials AT Hopkins who have better conversations with patients than the ones they ex...
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  • Leigh Kramer
    Tomorrow Will Be Different may be the most important book I'll have read this year. This is the one I'll be pushing—er, gently encouraging—people to read. Sarah McBride's memoir is both accessible and powerful. She shares her own story but she is ever pointing out her privilege and centering the experiences of the transgender community. She lets us in to her life, while also providing a bird's eye view of the larger issues. The result is tr...
  • Amy
    Sarah went to the same high school as my daughter. She and the group of other politically-minded friends she hung out with always struck me as remarkable. Although I didn't have the chance to get to know her well, those times I did come in contact with her, I felt she was someone to keep an eye on -- someone destined to do something great. In her last year of college and at the end of her term as student body president at AU, Sarah came out as tr...
  • Marla
    The first time I was introduced to Sarah McBride was when she spoke at the DNC. I already knew about transgender people as my daughter had a friend in high school who was transgender and she would come stay at our house and our daughter would go to her house for overnight stays. I never had an issue with the sleepovers. My husband only asked once if we should be worried and allow it. Once I explained why someone is transgender then he understood....
  • Kathy
    I received a digital ARC in exchange for an honest review.Two to three stars.McBride's memoir of coming out as a trans woman and losing her husband is difficult to review as it reads like a few different books. Some chapters read as non-fiction and include many statistics and facts about the trans population in the U.S. as a whole, other chapters are detailed accounts of McBride's efforts to change Delaware legislation, and others are a personal ...
  • Amy
    Sarah McBride is an amazing woman, a powerhouse in the fight for trans equality. Her own story is beautifully told in Tomorrow Will Be Different. Sarah is honest, forthright, and informative in recounting her journey to bring her from the gender identified at birth to her true gender as female. Because of her political activism, a passion from a young age that grew into a career, Sarah has also had the opportunity to support and fight for gender ...
  • Randi Abel
    It’s rare that I give a book five stars, but this book deserves every one. Sarah McBride has written a seminal text about human rights and the human experience. As a white, socioeconomically privileged person, Sarah does not speak for all trans people, but she is deeply aware of the privilege that has enabled her to get to where she is today, and repeatedly acknowledges that the experiences of trans people of color and other disadvantaged group...
  • Caitlin
    Received free from Penguin First to Read, but my thoughts are my own.This is a true story, so you might already know how it goes. If you don't, and want to avoid spoilers, skip the introduction.Sarah McBride didn't intend to make history. She simply wanted to be her authentic self. But the first transgender intern at the White House *is* history, so her story got some attention. But she's so much more than that. A tireless, brave advocate for aff...
  • Rebekah
    Along with many others, I first heard Sarah McBride speak at the Democratic National Convention in 2016. She was the first trans person to speak at a national political convention.This book covers 5 years of her life as she comes out as trans to her parents, friends, and as an American University senior, transitions, serves as a White House intern, falls in love and marries her husband, watches her husband die from cancer, and works at the Center...
  • Peebee
    An amazing story written by an amazing woman. While I sometimes have a hard time rating memoirs when I don’t like them, it’s much easier when I really do like them. It’s not a spoiler to say there are some really sad parts — no one should be a widow in their mid-twenties — but Sarah and Andy’s love story was so tenderly and beautifully written that we are all better people for hearing about it from her. She’s already accomplished so...
  • Kelly ...
    Like many who watched Ms McBride speak at the Democratic National Convention I was impressed by this open and intelligent woman. I saw her as brave and courageous. I saw her as sweet, funny and honest. I wanted to know more of her story. Luckily last week a friend recommended this book to me. It is refreshingly, shockingly honest. In this book Ms McBride does not shy away from telling her story -- the story of so many transgender people. She shar...
  • Claudia
    Tomorrow Will Be Different was an eye opening and heart wrenching read. Sarah's open, honest and passionate writing gripped me from the first moment I picked up her book. I was hardly able to put the book down until I finished. Even though I've followed Sarah's journey and the fight for trans rights in Delaware and nationwide on social media and in the news, I learned so much from this book, and I hope many others will too.
  • Katy
    I don’t think I can objectively review something that evoked such a strong emotional response from me. All I can say is that Sarah McBride and her deceased husband Andy Cray are amazing human beings whose passion for transforming the laws on transgender human rights is truly inspiring. I will now get back to my sobbing.
  • Megan Adams
    This was an incredible read that I absorbed in less than 48 hours. I felt as if I was with Sarah as she faced her fears, coped with horrible heartbreak, and rose to inspire a country (quite literally). Throughout it all, Sarah is human and allows the reader in to her deepest thoughts. Tomorrow Will Be Different is inspiring beyond belief. Consider this the prelude to what will be a long and hugely impactful career of Sarah’s.
  • Kayra Guven
    It was a true pleasure to get to learn about the life of such a strong-minded, brave, compassionate, and intelligent woman. There were times while reading this memoir when I teared up and other times when I couldn't stop smiling. Sarah McBride is truly inspiring.
  • Addie Ungaretti
    One of the most impressive memoirs that I have ever read. So informative, genuine, and thought provoking by a woman who is unstoppable. Word aren’t enough to describe this book, but read it and you will learn something, feel something and be hopeful for the future.
  • Vi Mai
    This book gives me so much joy, hope and sadness, all at once. Definitely worth a second and even a third read. But more importantly, this book is inspiring and eye-opening. Also, #SarahMcBride2028 😇
  • Stef
    READ THIS. Then tell others to read this. It is not easy, but it is so necessary.
  • Darlene Stericker
    An excellent big-picture book of transgender issues from an equality and legislative point of view. This book demonstrates the importance of excellent writing when presenting events and arguments.
  • Andrew
    I heard Sarah McBride speak at a conference back in the fall and couldn’t wait to read her book. It was well worth the wait. I cried so many times reading this book. While our president wants to ban transgender troops in the military, I think it’s important to remember that at the end of the day we are all just humans who want (and deserve) to love who we love and live how we want to live. Such a powerful story and one that I think we would a...
  • Mandy Wultsch
    Few introductions in books are worth reading. The one in this book is worth it. It is by Joe Biden (yes, that Joe Biden, the past vice president of the US) and it is very moving. I was almost in tears and I hadn't even started the book!There are books where the blurb on the back and the introduction is very promising but the book fails to deliver. Not this book. It was a moving story with very high highs and very low lows. I don't usually get emo...
    This review originally appeared on the book review blog: Just One More Pa(i)ge. I’ve never been particularly into politics – it just does not interest me. I mean don’t get me wrong, I have my opinions and morals and I vote according to them (and to that point – I vote consistently and informedly), but I have never been overly into the processes of bills becoming laws, campaigning, lobbying, etc. (And yes, I absolutely recognize my privile...
  • L.A.
    A ground-breaking trans advocate tells her story.Sarah McBride always wanted to be politically active. She has also always been a trans woman. However, when she first realized this, there weren't words for it: it just wasn't a concept people understood well or had language for, even though trans people have always existed. As a result, Sarah went through the first part of her life, up until the middle of her college career, living a lie, but not ...
  • Julie Akeman
    I had to keep myself from crying on this one and near the end I swear I was hearing some sort of victory/uplifting music. This book rocks. I don't think I ever heard of McBride till I picked up this book. I don't follow politics, seeing Trump in office was enough to make me sick and I have never been strong on politics although if people ask I say I am a Libertarian. I have NO idea what stance Libertarians take on LGBTQ rights but I always have b...