Whether you’re making your winter escape to the snowy mountains to ski or hang by the fire or
The Forgiving Kind by Donna Everhart
Sonny Creech, a 12-year-old girl with a love of fresh soil and budding blooms, works diligently to help her family on their cotton farm. After losing her father in a tragic accident, Sonny’s innocence to the evils of the world fades as her neighbor, Mr. Fowler, preys on her family in their time of grief and financial instability. Set in 1950s North Carolina, this touching and
The Far Field by Madhuri Vijay
Shalini, a young woman from Bangalore, is convinced the recent death of her mother is connected to the decade-long disappearance of a salesman who visited her childhood home. Determined to find and confront him, she travels to a remote village in the tumultuous region of Kashmir. When she arrives she is confronted by political unrest and the twisted history of the family who takes her in. This richly detailed novel transports you to the reality of political violence and class prejudice in India, as you follow the story of a woman’s inner strength despite the chaos around her.
All the Wrong Places by Joy Fielding
If you love Dirty John, you’ll devour this new book from New York Times bestselling author Joy Fielding. When four women embark on a new dating app adventure, none of them think that it could ultimately cost them their lives. As they start to meet their online matches in real life, one of the women will come to realize that she swiped right on a man who isn’t trying to woo her but instead plotting to kill her.
Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World by Cal Newport
In the noisy age of a tech-saturated world, Cal Newport leads a quiet movement with his book Digital Minimalism. He shares thoughtful strategies to help you rethink your relationship with social media and rediscover the daily pleasures of the offline world. This timely book will help you hold long conversations again without the temptation to check your phone, and you’ll be able to focus on a good book or passionate hobby and unplug without the fear of missing out.
The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides
Alicia Berenson, a famous painter, appears to have a desirable life. She lives in a lofty house that overlooks a beautiful park in London with her husband, a highly successful photographer, but underneath the surface, something is severely wrong. One evening, she shoots her husband five times in the face and then refuses to speak again. Her lack of explanation captivates the public imagination. Hidden away from the media and spotlight, Alicia is questioned by a psychotherapist who is determined to decipher the mystery of his silent patient’s actions.
Empty Bottles Full of Stories by r.h. Sin and Robert M. Drake
Bestselling poets r.h. Sin and Robert M. Drake return with a joint poetry collection that conveys what lives in the human heart. Empty Bottles Full of Stories is full of words that will bring you peace and set the stories that live within you free. If you loved The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur, you’ll fall for this new release.
On the Come Up by Angie Thomas
Award-winning author of The Hate U
The Source of Self-Regard by Toni Morrison
The Source of Self-Regard elegantly gathers 40 pieces of writings: essays, meditations