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Dark Space

This clever science-fiction novel is a perfect choice for readers looking for a perilous adventure with a dash of coziness.

Familiaris

Wroblewski’s talent dances on the page in a searingly gorgeous novel written with piercing, insightful language. Readers of David James Duncan, John Irving, and George Saunders will fall in love. Seriously recommended for all readers whose hearts were first broken by Wilson Rawls’s Where the Red Fern Grows. Don’t be daunted by the length; by the end of this book, readers will wish for even more.

The Disappeared

A must-read for historical fiction fans and a real-world cautionary tale of complacency and tyranny.
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The Witchstone

Neff’s rollicking fantasy novel is a hilarious delight, filled with fun twists and turns and a demon to root for.
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A Comedy of Nobodies: A Collection of Stories

With their energetic narrative and relentless humor, Ryan’s stories are both entertaining and thought-provoking, making this book endlessly quotable and hard to put down. Fans of Ryan’s observational TikTok shorts will enjoy the same irreverent humor in this longer, immersive format.
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Bits and Pieces: My Mother, My Brother, and Me

Told mostly in chronological order, this breezy and moving memoir portrays a close-knit family that includes a daughter who is also a celebrity. A fine addition to biography collections.
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12 Trips in 12 Months: Make Your Own Solo Travel Magic

This appealing, conversational memoir/travelogue/relationship title will be relished by travel buffs, solo women travelers, and women exploring life’s options.
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Seen Yet Unseen: A Black Woman Crashes the Tech Fraternity

A revealing and intimate look at a Black woman’s experiences in the technology industry.
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Dancing on the Edge: A Journey of Living, Loving, and Tumbling Through Hollywood

With his role in the Twin Peaks reboot and his numerous dance numbers finding new life online, Tamblyn, his engaging memoir, and his stories will be of high interest.
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