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Spring has sprung and so has our first official reading challenge!
I don't know which to read first.
Jon Mooallem’s This Is Chance! tells the story of the worst earthquake in US history, but its themes of community are universal.
Featuring unputdownable thrillers, heartfelt poetry, groundbreaking memoirs, magical fiction, and more, this list really does have something for everyone.
So many books, so little time.
Get these spring releases on your TBLT — aka To Be Listened To — list, pronto.
And there's something for everyone.
A first look at The Anthropocene Reviewed: Essays on a Human-Centered Planet.
Kaitlyn Greenidge's spectacular second novel, an eco-thriller from Jeff VanderMeer, a chilling deep dive into a true ghost story, and so much more.
Can't read these fast enough.
Discussions with Rebecca Solnit, Hala Alyan, Mary H.K. Choi, Imbolo Mbue, and many more.
Michelle Obama’s memoir, Andrea Bartz’s boss-babe thriller, Cathy Park Hong’s essay collection, and more.
Discussions with Kazuo Ishiguro, Isabel Allende, Anne Lamott, Viet Thanh Nguyen, and more.
Readings and discussions from Emily St. John Mandel, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Naomi Klein, Sally Thorne, and many more.
*Stays up all night reading...again.*
I need them all, tbh.
Contrary to what Valentine's Day marketing would have you believe, you actually *don't* need to be in a relationship to be happy.
If you're lucky enough to have a three-day weekend, spend those extra hours with one (or two or three...) of these.
*Adds to cart.*