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This Time Tomorrow

Emma Straub

Available May 16

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Women's Fiction

A Place to Belong

Amber O'Neal Johnston, Julie Bogart

Available May 18

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Parenting

Her Majesty's Royal Coven

Juno Dawson

Available May 19

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Contemporary Fantasy

His Name Is George Floyd

Robert Samuels, Toluse Olorunnipa

Available May 23

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US Politics

The Hacienda

Isabel Cañas

Available May 24

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Gothic Horror

Uncertain Ground

Phil Klay

Available May 25

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Politics, Biography/Memoir

Out of the Clear Blue Sky

Kristan Higgins

Available May 26

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Women's Fiction

To Risk It All

Admiral James Stavridis, USN

Available May 31

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Military History

Think Like a Horse by Grant Golliher

Think Like a Horse

Grant Golliher

Available June 1

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Personal Growth

Iona Iverson's Rules for Commuting by Clare Pooley

Iona Iverson's Rules for Commuting

Clare Pooley

Available June 2

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Women's Fiction

The House Across the Lake

Riley Sager

Available June 7

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Suspense/Thriller

Good Arguments

Bo Seo

Available June 8

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Business, Personal Growth

For You When I Am Gone

Steve Leder

Available June 8

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Personal Growth

Horse

Geraldine Brooks

Available June 9

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Historical Fiction

We Refuse to Forget

Caleb Gayle

Available June 9

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Native American History

How Minds Change

David McRaney

Available June 23

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Business, Psychology

Gilt

Jamie Brenner

Available June 23

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Women's Fiction

Crying in the Bathroom

Erika L. Sánchez

Available July 14

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Biography and Memoir

Meet The Authors

Jamie Brenner
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Jamie Brenner

Jamie Brenner is the author of six novels, including Blush and The Forever Summer. She grew up in suburban Philadelphia on a steady diet of Jackie Collins and Judith Krantz novels, and later moved to New York City to live like the heroines of her favorite books. Jamie now divides her time between Philadelphia and Provincetown. 

Geraldine Brooks
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Geraldine Brooks

Geraldine Brooks is the author of the Pulitzer Prize–winning novel March and the international bestsellers Caleb’s Crossing, People of the Book, and Year of Wonders. She has also written the acclaimed nonfiction works Nine Parts of Desire and Foreign Correspondence. Born and raised in Australia, Brooks lives in Massachusetts.

Isabel Cañas
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Isabel Cañas

Isabel Cañas is a Mexican-American speculative fiction writer. After having lived in Mexico, Scotland, Egypt, and Turkey, among other places, she has settled (for now) in New York City, where she works on her PhD dissertation in medieval Islamic literature and writes fiction inspired by her research and her heritage.

Juno Dawson
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Juno Dawson

Juno Dawson is a bestselling novelist, screenwriter, and journalist. Juno’s books include the global bestsellers, This Book is Gay and Clean. She also writes for television and has multiple shows in development both in the UK and US. An occasional actress and model, Juno appeared on HBO's I May Destroy You. This is her adult debut.

Lydia Denworth

LYDIA DENWORTH is a former Newsweek reporter, London bureau chief at People, and professor of journalism at Fordham. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Child, Redbook, Good Housekeeping, and other publications. She lives with her family in Brooklyn, New York.

Caleb Gayle
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Caleb Gayle

Caleb Gayle is an award-winning journalist who writes about race and identity. A professor at Northeastern University, he is a fellow at New America, PEN America, Harvard's Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Studies, and a visiting scholar at New York University. Gayle’s writing has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, The Guardian, Guernica, and other publications. The son of Jamaican immigrants, Gayle is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, the University of Oxford, and has an MBA and a master’s in public policy, both from Harvard University. He lives in Boston.

Grant Golliher
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Grant Golliher

Grant Golliher is a horseman and proprietor of the historic Diamond Cross Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where he has shown corporate executives, coaches, celebrities, and families from all around the world the skills necessary to tame troubled horses and become leaders and better people. 

 

 

Kristan Higgins
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Kristan Higgins

Kristan Higgins is the New York Times, USA TODAY and Publishers Weekly bestselling author of more than twenty novels, which have been translated into more than two dozen languages and have sold millions of copies worldwide. Her books have received dozens of awards and accolades, including starred reviews from Entertainment Weekly, People, Kirkus, The New York Journal of Books, Publishers Weekly, Library Journal and Booklist.

The happy mother of two snarky and well-adjusted adults, Kristan enjoys gardening, mixology, the National Parks and complimenting strangers on their children. She lives in Connecticut with her heroic firefighter husband, cuddly dog and indifferent cat. Find her online at KristanHiggins.com, twitter.com/Kristan_Higgins, and facebook.com/KristanHigginsBooks.

Phil Klay
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Phil Klay

Phil Klay is a veteran of the US Marine Corps and the author of Redeployment, which won the 2014 National Book Award for Fiction, and Missionaries, which was named one of the Ten Best Books of 2020 by the Wall Street Journal. His writing has appeared in The New York TimesThe Washington PostThe Wall Street JournalThe Atlantic, and elsewhere. He currently teaches fiction at Fairfield University, and is a Board member for Arts in the Armed Forces. 

Steve Leder

Steve Leder is the senior rabbi of Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles. After receiving his degree in writing and graduating cum laude from Northwestern University, and spending time studying at Trinity College, Oxford University, Leder received a master's degree in Hebrew letters in 1986 and rabbinical ordination in 1987 from Hebrew Union College. He is the author of five books: The Extraordinary Nature of Ordinary Things, More Money Than God: Living a Rich Life Without Losing Your Soul, and the bestsellers More Beautiful Than Before: How Suffering Transforms Us, The Beauty of What Remains, and For You When I Am Gone.

David McRaney

A two-time winner of the William Randolph Hearst Award, journalist David McRaney writes the blog youarenotsosmart.com. A self-described psychology nerd, he lives in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

Toluse Olorunnipa
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Toluse Olorunnipa

Amber O'Neal Johnston
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Amber O'Neal Johnston

Amber O'Neal Johnston is a homeschooling mother of four who speaks and writes on HeritageMom.com about including diverse voices in traditional curriculum and infusing culture into the home environment. She is a regular contributor to the Wild + Free homeschooling community.

Clare Pooley
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Clare Pooley

Clare Pooley graduated from Cambridge University, and then spent twenty years in the heady world of advertising before becoming a full-time writer. Her debut novel, The Authenticity Project, was a New York Times bestseller, and has been translated into twenty-nine languages. Iona Iverson’s Rules for Commuting is her second novel. Pooley lives in Fulham, London, with her husband, three children, and two border terriers.

Riley Sager
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Riley Sager

Riley Sager is the New York Times bestselling author of six novels, most recently Home Before Dark and Survive the Night. A native of Pennsylvania, he now lives in Princeton, New Jersey.

Robert Samuels
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Robert Samuels

Erika L. Sánchez
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Erika L. Sánchez

Erika L. Sánchez is a Mexican-American poet, novelist, and essayist. Her debut poetry collection, Lessons on Expulsion, was published by Graywolf in July 2017, and was a finalist for the PEN America Open Book Award. Her debut young adult novel, I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter, published in October 2017 by Knopf Books for Young Readers, was a New York Times bestseller and a National Book Awards finalist. It is now is being made into a film directed by America Ferrera. Sanchez was a 2017-2019 Princeton Arts Fellow, a 2018 recipient of the 21st Century Award from the Chicago Public Library Foundation, and a 2019 recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship.
 

Bo Seo
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Bo Seo

Bo Seo is a two-time world champion debater and a former coach of the Australian national debating team and the Harvard College Debating Union. One of the most recognized figures in the global debate community, he has won both the World Schools Debating Championship and the World Universities Debating Championship. Bo has written for The New York Times, The Atlantic, CNN, and many other publications. He has worked as a national reporter for the Australian Financial Review and has been a regular panelist on the prime time Australian debate program, The Drum. Bo graduated from Harvard University and received a master’s degree in public policy from Tsinghua University. He is currently a Juris Doctor candidate at Harvard Law School.
 

Dr. Daniel Siegel, M.D.

Daniel J. Siegel, MD, is clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, founding codirector of the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center, and executive director of the Mindsight Institute. He is author of Brainstorm and Mindsight and coauthor of Parenting from the Inside Out and The Whole-Brain Child and the proud father of two children in their twenties.

Admiral James Stavridis, USN
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Admiral James Stavridis, USN

Admiral Jim Stavridis, USN (Ret.) spent more than thirty years in the US Navy, rising to the rank of four-star admiral. He was Supreme Allied Commander at NATO and previously commanded US Southern Command, overseeing military operations through Latin America. At sea, he commanded a Navy destroyer, a destroyer squadron, and an aircraft carrier battle group in combat. He holds a PhD from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, where he recently served five years as dean. He received 50 medals in the course of his military career, including 28 from foreign nations. He has published nine other books, including 2034: A Novel of the Next World War with Elliot Ackerman, and is Chief International Analyst for NBC News and a contributing editor of TIME Magazine. He is currently the vice chair, global affairs and managing director of the Carlyle Group and the chair of the board of the Rockefeller Foundation.

Emma Straub
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Emma Straub

Emma Straub is the New York Times–bestselling author of four other novels—All Adults Here, The Vacationers, Modern Lovers, and Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures—and the short story collection Other People We Married. Her books have been published in twenty countries. She and her husband own Books Are Magic, an independent bookstore in Brooklyn, New York.

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