There are some talented writers (mine!) with gorgeous books coming out (below!) that you can order or pre-order right now.
Andrea Dunlop’s SHE REGRETS NOTHING (Atria/Simon and Schuster, 2018)
Named a “Must-Read” by Town & Country * Elite Daily * InStyle
“The love child of Gossip Girl and Crazy Rich Asians, plus the social climbing of a Gatsby party.” —Refinery29
Ross Benes’s TURNED ON (Sourcebooks, 2018)
A gripping exploration of the relationship between sex and our society, with a foreword by bestselling author A.J. Jacobs
Cara Sue Achterberg’s ANOTHER GOOD DOG (Pegasus Books, 2018)
A warm and entertaining memoir about what happens when you foster fifty dogs in less than two years―and how the dogs save you as much as you save them.
Susie Orman Schnall’s THE SUBWAY GIRLS (St. Martin’s/Macmillan, 2018)
“Schnall has written a book that is smart and timely…Feels perfect for fans of Beatriz Williams and Liza Klaussmann.” ―Taylor Jenkins Reid, acclaimed author of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
“A fast-paced, clever novel filled with romantic possibilities, high-stakes decisions, and harsh realities. Perfect for fans of Fiona Davis’s The Dollhouse, this engrossing tale highlights the role that ambition, sexism, and true love will forever play in women’s lives.” ―Amy Poeppel, author of Small Admissions
Karen Katchur’s RIVER BODIES (Thomas & Mercer/Amazon, Fall 2018)
“Karen Katchur’s River Bodies has it all: a horrific murder, mysteries resurrected from the past, a story line packed with tension, and vivid characters to bring it all to life. A riveting thriller that suspense readers will love.” — Mary Kubica, New York Times bestselling author
Anne T. Donahue’s NOBODY CARES (ECW Press, Fall 2018)
From the author of the popular newsletter That’s What She Said, Nobody Cares is a frank, funny personal essay collection about work, failure, feminism, and the messy business of being alive in your twenties and thirties.
Meg Myers Morgan’s EVERYTHING IS NEGOTIABLE (Seal Press/Hachette, Fall 2018)
Surprising ways we limit ourselves and our happiness, and how to challenge the internalized wisdom and circular thinking that holds us back.
Lindsay Wong’s THE WOO-WOO (Arsenal Pulp Press, Fall 2018)
In this jaw-dropping, darkly comedic memoir, a young woman comes of age in a dysfunctional Asian family who blame their woes on ghosts and demons when they should really be on anti-psychotic meds.