Yara Zgheib's debut follows a young woman struggling with anorexia.
Anissa Gray's debut novel is a powerful look at the ways only family can hurt us. The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls boasts a lineup of compelling women with serious, complex issues.
In Genesis Begins Again, thirteen-year-old Genesis grapples with intense self-hate worsened by her father's verbal abuse and her grandmother's backward ideologies about skin color.
When the Truth Unravels follows four friends as they confront their greatest hopes and darkest secrets in one life-changing night.
2018 was my best reading year yet! I rediscovered children's literature, read mostly books by women and altogether read a whopping 162 books (as at December 27). Books were my companions throughout the year. I wish I could list all the books I read and liked, but then there'd be no room. So, these are [...]
On the surface, the Huangs are like any other wealthy Chinese-American family. However, a few chapters into Kathy Wang's FAMILY TRUST, the reader can tell that this isn't the case.
IF YOU LEAVE ME is an eye-Crystal Hana Kim's IF YOU LEAVE ME is an eye-opening, engulfing and heartbreaking exploration of what love means, what war does and what womanhood can feel like.
If you like books with simple language, insightful commentary about life and complex characters, read WHAT WE WERE PROMISED. A compelling, sensitive and thoughtful debut that is sure to move you, I highly recommend this novel!