With so many things on her schedule this year, ranging from planning a nationwide 2020 tour to working on a new project with Prince Harry, you may think former talk show host Oprah Winfrey wouldn't have time to add another thing on her to-do list. However, the "Super Soul Sunday" host has found time to revisit her beloved book club and is bringing a new iteration to Apple TV+.

The new project, which will "connect a community of readers worldwide to stories that truly matter by today's most thought-provoking authors," is of course a reimagining of the successful book club she once had on "The Oprah Winfrey Show." At that time, Oprah's selections had "dramatic" effects on book sales.

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The first work that Winfrey chose to include in the new Apple TV+ offering is "The Water Dancer" by Ta-Nehisi Coates, which can be preordered now on Apple Books. When discussing the choice on "CBS This Morning," Winfrey called the work "one of the best books I have ever read in my entire life. Right up there in the Top 5."

Coates will additionally be interviewed by the mogul herself for the first installment of "Oprah's Book Club," which will premiere on Nov. 1, the day Apple TV+ launches. A new episode of the upcoming project is slated to become available every two months.

When speaking about the upcoming partnership, Apple CEO Tim Cook had kind words to say about working with the philanthropist. "Few people in the world can bring us together like Oprah, whose compassion and grace celebrating the power of books are unmatched." He additionally called it his "honor to provide a new platform for Oprah's Book Club."

Aside from offering both new and old audiences the chance to delve into the written word alongside the host, the collaboration also dedicates itself to supporting local libraries, as Apple has said they will make a contribution to the American Library Association in order to fund programs that allow people of any age to access books.

As for why Winfrey herself is so passionate about reading, she said she became the woman she is thanks to the worlds that reading opened up for her. She then added, "I want to do that for everybody. And the opportunity to do this with Apple, to speak to people all over the world about the pleasures, the excitement, the tension, the drama that a good book can bring you ... I don't know what's better than that."

Episode 1 of "Oprah's Book Club" will premiere Nov. 1 on Apple TV+.

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Oprah Winfrey speaks onstage during Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations at PlayStation Theater on Feb. 5, 2019, in New York City. Getty Images/Bryan Bedder