Shannon Meyer

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Changing Destiny

Fans of Egyptian history, short stories, and plays and those with deep philosophical questions will enjoy this text. Often triggering thoughtful retrospection and occasionally offering surprising splashes of humor, Okri’s play is recommended for readers who have questioned their place in the world.

More Than I Imagined

Blake’s compelling memoir should resonate with listeners looking to explore how family and forgiveness intersect with race and identity. A gripping narrative about the impact of racism and the possibility of healing.

Not the Plan

Listeners will be charmed by this sexy romance that smartly addresses the challenges of balancing family, love, and work. Recommended for fans of Jasmine Guillory, Farrah Rochon, and Noué Kirwan.

Dark Days: Fugitive Essays

Readers interested in Black history, community traditions, self-awareness, and the works of Toni Morrison will enjoy Reeves’s first essay collection, as will those searching for a unique voice to help make sense of today’s chaotic world.

The Ghost Club

A captivating and surprisingly moving story about paranormal history, spiritualism, and the occult. True-crime fans will love this.

Little Black Dress: From Mourning to Night

A charming and affectionate look at the LBD and its global importance on a microcosmic scale, this is a solid choice for history buffs and fashion lovers of all stripes.

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