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A House with Good Bones

Both fantastic storytellers, Kowal (The Spare Man) and Kingfisher (What Moves the Dead) are a perfect pairing for this excellent Southern gothic, an essential purchase.


The first novel to be translated to English from South Korean author Djuna (whose identity remains a mystery), this quick-moving puzzle of an SF story is intriguing and fascinating as it imagines a future where humanity is intertwined with AI.

Wildwood Magic

Full of women wielding the magic of the land, often through skills like beekeeping, sewing, or singing, Reece’s latest is an enchanting tale full of magical moments that also confronts the harm that hate and fear can inflict.

The Five-Star Weekend

Beach-read perfection.

Bake Me a Cat: 50 Purrrfect Recipes for Edible Kitty Cakes, Cookies, and More!

This seriously adorable cookbook is a must-buy for cat-loving bakers.

Oh $#!%, What’s for Dinner?: No-Fuss Weeknight Recipes You’ll Swear By

Sansone’s book is full of approachable, family-friendly recipes that will likely make it into readers’ regular rotations.

A Sleight of Shadows

Howard offers another riveting foray into this magical world. Recommend to fans of Naomi Novik’s “Scholomance” series.

A Shadow Crown

While still full of action and intrigue, Blair’s fantastic second book in the gripping “Halfling Saga” gives space for more introspection as Keera searches for answers about her family and her magical abilities and realizes that she’ll need to rely on others to achieve freedom for herself and all of the Halflings.

Meal Prep Magic: Time-Saving Tricks for Stress-Free Cooking

Both organizing guide and cookbook, this will appeal to those who love The Home Edit and anyone looking to get homemade, family-friendly meals on the table.

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