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Can’t Wait Wednesday | One Night on the Island by Josie Silver

Posted September 29, 2021 by Bonnie in Waiting on Wednesday / 6 Comments

Can’t Wait Wednesday | One Night on the Island by Josie SilverOne Night on the Island by Josie Silver
Published by Ballantine Books on February 15th 2022
Pages: 368
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: Paperback
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From the New York Times bestselling author of One Day in December...When a solitary one-bedroom cabin is accidentally double-booked, the two lodgers find that although company was the last thing either of them wanted, it may be just the thing they both needed.

Spending her thirtieth birthday alone is the last thing that dating columnist Cleo wanted, but she is going on a self-coupling quasi-sabbatical--at the insistence of her boss--in the name of re-energizing herself and adding a new perspective to her column. The remote Irish island she's booked is a far cry from London, but at least it's a chance to hunker down in a luxury cabin and indulge in some quiet, solitary self-care while she figures out her next steps in her love life and her career.

Mac is also looking forward to some time to himself. With his life in Boston deteriorating in ways he can't bring himself to acknowledge, his soul searching has brought him to the same Irish island in search of his roots and some clarity. Unfortunately, a mix-up with the bookings means both solitude seekers have reserved the same one-bedroom hideaway on exactly the same dates.

Instantly at odds with each other, Cleo and Mac don't know how they're going to manage until the next weekly ferry arrives. But as the days go by, they no longer seem to mind each other's company quite as much as they thought they would...

Written with Josie Silver's signature warmth, charm and insights into the human heart, One Night on the Island explores the meaning of home, the joys of escape and how the things we think we want are never the things we really need.

About Josie Silver

Josie Silver is an unashamed romantic who met her husband when she stepped on his foot on his twenty-first birthday. She lives with him, her two young sons, and their cats in a little midlands town in England.

After adoring One Day in December and The Two Lives of Lydia Bird (both got 5 stars from me and let me tell you, that’s RARE) Josie Silver is a definite a new favorite. Can’t wait for more of her lovely stories. <3

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Something To Look Forward To | Week of September 27th, 2021

Posted September 27, 2021 by Bonnie in Something To Look Forward To / 0 Comments

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Week of September 27th, 2021

The Ex Hex (Ex Hex #1) by Erin Sterling [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Avon

Horseman: A Tale of Sleepy Hollow by Christina Henry [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Berkley Books

The Last Graduate (The Scholomance #2) by Naomi Novik [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Del Rey Books

Summer Sons by Lee Mandelo [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Tordotcom

Light From Uncommon Stars by Ryka Aoki [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Tor Books

The Free Bastards (The Lot Lands #3) by Jonathan French [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Del Rey Books

The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Nightfire

Invisible Sun (Empire Games #3) by Charles Stross [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Tor Books

The Annual Migration of Clouds by Premee Mohamed [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by ECW Press

The House of Dust by Noah Broyles [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Inkshares

The Liar of Red Valley by Walter Goodwater [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Solaris

The Bone Ship’s Wake (The Tide Child #3) by R.J. Barker [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Orbit

The Seven Visitations of Sydney Burgess by Andy Marino [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Redhook

We Know You Remember (High Coast #1) by Tove Alsterdal [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Harper

The Ice Coven (Jessica Niemi #2) by Max Seeck [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Berkley Books

Last Seen Alone by Laura Griffin [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Berkley Books

Cloud Cuckoo Land by Anthony Doerr [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Scribner

A Calling for Charlie Barnes by Joshua Ferris [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Little, Brown and Company

Sweet Love (Forever Adirondacks #2) by Lauren Accardo [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Berkley

The Matzah Ball by Jean Meltzer [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by MIRA

No Words (Little Bridge Island #3) by Meg Cabot [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by William Morrow Paperbacks

Eight Perfect Hours by Lia Louis [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Atria/Emily Bestler Books

Meet Me in London (Meet Me #1) by Georgia Toffolo [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by HQN

The Christmas Wedding Guest (Wishing Tree #1) by Susan Mallery [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by HQN

Kissing Under the Mistletoe by Suzanne Enoch [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by St. Martin’s Press

Mistletoe Christmas: An Anthology by Eloisa James [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 28th 2021 by Avon

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Book Review | When Sorrows Come (October Daye #15) by Seanan McGuire

Posted September 23, 2021 by Bonnie in 2021, Adult, Book Reviews / 2 Comments

I received this book free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Book Review | When Sorrows Come (October Daye #15) by Seanan McGuireWhen Sorrows Come (October Daye, #15) by Seanan McGuire
Published by DAW on September 14th 2021
Pages: 384
Genres: Urban Fantasy
Format: eARC
Source: Netgalley
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Also by this author: Indexing, Rosemary and Rue, A Local Habitation

one-star

Toby's getting married! Now in hardcover, the fifteenth novel of the Hugo-nominated, New York Times-bestselling October Daye urban fantasy series.

It's hard to be a hero. There's always something needing October "Toby" Daye's attention, and her own desires tend to fall by the wayside in favor of solving the Kingdom's problems. That includes the desire to marry her long-time suitor and current fiancé, Tybalt, San Francisco's King of Cats. She doesn't mean to keep delaying the wedding, it just sort of...happens. And that's why her closest friends have taken the choice out of her hands, ambushing her with a court wedding at the High Court in Toronto. Once the High King gets involved, there's not much even Toby can do to delay things...

...except for getting involved in stopping a plot to overthrow the High Throne itself, destabilizing the Westlands entirely, and keeping her from getting married through nothing more than the sheer volume of chaos it would cause. Can Toby save the Westlands and make it to her own wedding on time? Or is she going to have to choose one over the other?

Includes an all-new bonus novella!

*sigh* The sorrows came for me, that’s for sure.

When Sorrows Come was a ridiculous stretch of material that should’ve been just another novella in this unnecessarily prolonged series. Now, to back up, I am a longtime fan of this series specifically and have no issue with long series’ in general but only if it’s needed. That’s not to say that there isn’t a need because McGuire continues to introduce new and intriguing plot points (even in the later installments) but the issue is in how she divvies out the new stuff. New material is doled out sparingly with the remainder of the standard 350-page novel simply being regurgitated recaps for readers that may choose to start the series at any point (except, why lol), however, multiple pages being dedicated to explaining each and every backstory is simply absurd. For those of us that have been reading Toby from the very beginning, it’s a bit of a disservice to us, forcing us to wade through details that we already know. I know that some may say that new stuff did happen in this installment! Except did it? Setting aside the issue with the recaps, the basic plot points are also starting to feel stale. I mean honestly, how many times can Toby get stabbed or save a kingdom before we all start getting déjà vu?

My opinion of Toby has started to change as well what with her whining ad nauseam about the wedding, about all the people in her life that care for her and want her to stop getting stabbed (and just want her to eat regular meals), about her responsibilities, etc. The whole way this plot played out regarding the wedding we all knew was coming was pretty irritating too (especially the fact that Toby seemed to have no idea how politically important her wedding and the ceremony was, the intricacies and details that went into the ceremony, and the fact that none of this was explained to her until just about the day before the event.) The larger plot point that has yet to come full circle is the only thing that has me convinced I’ll be picking up the next installment of this series. All of the other details are wearisome and I’ve grown tired of the constant repetitiveness and am well past ready for this series to come to a close.

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Can’t Wait Wednesday | How to Be Perfect: The Correct Answer to Every Moral Question by Michael Schur

Posted September 22, 2021 by Bonnie in Waiting on Wednesday / 1 Comment

Can’t Wait Wednesday | How to Be Perfect: The Correct Answer to Every Moral Question by Michael SchurHow to Be Perfect: The Correct Answer to Every Moral Question by Michael Schur
Published by Simon & Schuster on March 1st 2022
Pages: 304
Genres: Non-Fiction, Philosophy
Format: Hardcover
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From the creator of The Good Place and the cocreator of Parks and Recreation, a hilarious, thought-provoking guide to living an ethical life, drawing on 2,500 years of deep thinking from around the world.

Most people think of themselves as “good,” but it’s not always easy to determine what’s “good” or “bad”—especially in a world filled with complicated choices and pitfalls and booby traps and bad advice. Fortunately, many smart philosophers have been pondering this conundrum for millennia and they have guidance for us. With bright wit and deep insight, How to Be Perfect explains concepts like deontology, utilitarianism, existentialism, ubuntu, and more so we can sound cool at parties and become better people.

Schur starts off with easy ethical questions like “Should I punch my friend in the face for no reason?” (No.) and works his way up to the most complex moral issues we all face. Such as: Can I still enjoy great art if it was created by terrible people? How much money should I give to charity? Why bother being good at all when there are no consequences for being bad? And much more. By the time the book is done, we’ll know exactly how to act in every conceivable situation, so as to produce a verifiably maximal amount of moral good. We will be perfect, and all our friends will be jealous. OK, not quite. Instead, we’ll gain fresh, funny, inspiring wisdom on the toughest issues we face every day.

About Michael Schur

Michael Herbert Schur is an American television producer, writer, and character actor. He was a producer and writer for the comedy series The Office, and co-created Parks and Recreation with Office producer Greg Daniels.

A book of philosophy written by the creator of The Good Place?!

Shut Up And Take My Money! | Know Your Meme

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Something To Look Forward To | Week of September 13th, 2021

Posted September 13, 2021 by Bonnie in Something To Look Forward To / 0 Comments

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Week of September 13th, 2021

When Sorrows Come (October Daye #15) by Seanan McGuire [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by DAW

Dare to Know by James Kennedy [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Quirk Books

Slewfoot: A Tale of Bewitchery by Brom [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Tor Nightfire

The Wisdom of Crowds (The Age of Madness #3) by Joe Abercrombie [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Orbit

From the Neck Up by Aliya Whiteley [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Titan Books

Empire of the Vampire (Empire of the Vampire #1) by Jay Kristoff [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by St. Martin’s Press

Winterlight (Green Rider #7) by Kristen Britain [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Daw Books

The City of Doctor Moreau by J.S. Barnes [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Titan Books

The Actual Star by Monica Byrne [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Harper Voyager

The Missing Hours by Julia Dahl [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Minotaur Books

My Sweet Girl by Amanda Jayatissa [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Berkley Publishing

Nice Girls by Catherine Dang [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by William Morrow

Her Perfect Life by Hank Phillippi Ryan [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Forge Books

An Observant Wife by Naomi Ragen [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by St. Martin’s Press

The Dressmakers of Auschwitz: The True Story of the Women Who Sewed to Survive by Lucy Adlington [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Harper Paperbacks

A Most Clever Girl: A Novel of an American Spy by Stephanie Marie Thornton [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Berkley Books

Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Doubleday

Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law by Mary Roach [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by W. W. Norton Company

You Got Anything Stronger?: Stories by Gabrielle Union [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by HarperCollins Publishers

The Spectacular by Zoe Whittall [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Ballantine Books

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Berkley Books

With You Forever (Bergman Brothers #4) by Chloe Liese [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by Chloe Liese

A Lot Like Adiós by Alexis Daria [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 14th 2021 by William Morrow Paperbacks

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Can’t Wait Wednesday | Locklands (The Founders Trilogy #3) by Robert Jackson Bennett

Posted September 8, 2021 by Bonnie in Waiting on Wednesday / 0 Comments

Can’t Wait Wednesday | Locklands (The Founders Trilogy #3) by Robert Jackson BennettLocklands by Robert Jackson Bennett
Series: The Founders Trilogy #3
Published by Del Rey Books on June 21st 2022
Pages: 496
Genres: Fantasy
Format: Hardcover
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Also by this author: American Elsewhere, Foundryside

A god wages war—using all of humanity as its pawns—in the unforgettable conclusion to the Founders trilogy.

Sancia, Clef, and Berenice have gone up against plenty of long odds in the past. But the war they’re fighting now is one even they can’t win.

This time, they’re not facing robber-baron elites, or even an immortal hierophant, but an entity whose intelligence is spread over half the globe—a ghost in the machine that uses the magic of scriving to possess and control not just objects, but human minds.

To fight it, they’ve used scriving technology to transform themselves and their allies into an army—a society—that’s like nothing humanity has seen before. With its strength at their backs, they’ve freed a handful of their enemy’s hosts from servitude, even brought down some of its fearsome, reality-altering dreadnaughts. Yet despite their efforts, their enemy marches on—implacable. Unstoppable.

Now, as their opponent closes in on its true prize—an ancient doorway, long buried, that leads to the chambers at the center of creation itself—Sancia and her friends glimpse a chance at reaching it first, and with it, a last desperate opportunity to stop this unbeatable foe. But to do so, they’ll have to unlock the centuries-old mystery of scriving’s origins, embark on a desperate mission into the heart of their enemy’s power, and pull off the most daring heist they’ve ever attempted.

And as if that weren’t enough, their adversary might just have a spy in their ranks—and a last trick up its sleeve.

About Robert Jackson Bennett

Robert Jackson Bennett is the author of American Elsewhere, The Troupe, The Company Man, Mr. Shivers, as well as The Divine Cities trilogy and The Founders Trilogy. The second installment of The Founders Trilogy, SHOREFALL, will be in stores April of 2020.

His work has received the Edgar Award, the Shirley Jackson Award, and the Phillip K. Dick Citation of Excellence, and he has been shortlisted for the World Fantasy, British Fantasy, and Locus Awards.

He lives in Austin with his family.

Eeeeee! I’m still in the middle of the second one (I’m pacing myself) so I haven’t actually read the summary just in case of spoilers. So excited to see how Bennett’s wraps this trilogy up though!

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Something To Look Forward To | Week of September 6th, 2021

Posted September 6, 2021 by Bonnie in Something To Look Forward To / 0 Comments

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Week of September 6th, 2021

No Gods, No Monsters (The Convergence Saga #1) by Cadwell Turnbull [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Blackstone Publishing

Among Thieves by M.J. Kuhn [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Gallery / Saga Press

The Inheritance of Orquídea Divina by Zoraida Córdova [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Atria Books

The Haunting of Leigh Harker by Darcy Coates [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Poisoned Pen Press

The Peculiarities by David Liss [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Tachyon Publications

The Summoning by J.P. Smith [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Poisoned Pen Press

Never Saw Me Coming by Vera Kurian [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Park Row

The House of Ashes by Stuart Neville [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Soho Crime

The Night She Disappeared by Lisa Jewell [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Atria Books

High Stakes by Iris Johansen [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Grand Central Publishing

Slonim Woods 9: A Memoir by Daniel Barban Levin [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Crown Publishing Group (NY)

Rock Paper Scissors by Alice Feeney [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Flatiron Books

The Good Death (Somershill Manor Mystery #5) by S.D. Sykes [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Pegasus Crime

Miss Kopp Investigates (Kopp Sisters #7) by Amy Stewart [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Mariner Books

The Magician by Colm Tóibín [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Scribner

Matrix by Lauren Groff [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Riverhead

The Collector’s Daughter: A Novel of the Discovery of Tutankhamun’s Tomb by Gill Paul [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by William Morrow Paperbacks

The Mad Women’s Ball by Victoria Mas [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by The Overlook Press

L.A. Weather by María Amparo Escandón [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Flatiron Books

Beautiful World, Where Are You by Sally Rooney [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Portrait of a Scotsman (A League of Extraordinary Women #3) by Evie Dunmore [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Jove

The Charm Offensive by Alison Cochrun [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Atria Books

The Shaadi Set-Up by Lillie Vale [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by G.P. Putnam’s Sons

Mom Jeans and Other Mistakes by Alexa Martin [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Berkley Books

Witch Please (Fix-It Witches #1) by Ann Aguirre [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 7th 2021 by Sourcebooks Casablanca

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Early Review | The Ex Hex (Ex Hex #1) by Erin Sterling

Posted September 2, 2021 by Bonnie in 2021, Book Reviews, Early Review / 2 Comments

I received this book free from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Early Review | The Ex Hex (Ex Hex #1) by Erin SterlingThe Ex Hex by Erin Sterling, Rachel Hawkins
Series: Ex Hex #1
Published by Avon on September 28, 2021
Pages: 320
Genres: Fantasy, Witches
Format: eARC
Source: Edelweiss
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Also by this author: Hex Hall, Demonglass, Spell Bound

four-stars

New York Times bestselling author Rachel Hawkins, writing as Erin Sterling, casts a spell with a spine-tingling romance full of wishes, witches, and hexes gone wrong.

Nine years ago, Vivienne Jones nursed her broken heart like any young witch would: vodka, weepy music, bubble baths…and a curse on the horrible boyfriend. Sure, Vivi knows she shouldn’t use her magic this way, but with only an “orchard hayride” scented candle on hand, she isn’t worried it will cause him anything more than a bad hair day or two.

That is until Rhys Penhallow, descendent of the town’s ancestors, breaker of hearts, and annoyingly just as gorgeous as he always was, returns to Graves Glen, Georgia. What should be a quick trip to recharge the town’s ley lines and make an appearance at the annual fall festival turns disastrously wrong. With one calamity after another striking Rhys, Vivi realizes her silly little Ex Hex may not have been so harmless after all.

Suddenly, Graves Glen is under attack from murderous wind-up toys, a pissed off ghost, and a talking cat with some interesting things to say. Vivi and Rhys have to ignore their off the charts chemistry to work together to save the town and find a way to break the break-up curse before it’s too late.

“Never mix vodka and witchcraft.”

Valuable advice, but advice that Vivi fails to heed. Nine years ago, after falling hard for Rhys Penhallow only to find out too late of his betrothal, Vivi shouts frivolous curses into the night not realizing there was actual magic behind them. When Rhys returns to town for the first time since that fateful night his luck is exceptionally bad and he has no idea why until he finds out the truth behind his misfortune. Vivi, feeling most apologetic for her role in this debacle, decides to set aside past grievances to find out how to reverse the curse especially when they discover the curse is going to destroy the very town itself. It doesn’t help matters when she realizes Rhys Penhallow is just as distracting as he was when she fell in love with him nine years ago.

The Hex Hall series and the spin-off novel School Spirits are some of my favorite YA books so discovering that Erin Sterling (a.k.a. Rachel Hawkins) was writing a witchy adult novel had me thrilledI found this story to be extremely delightful overall (and well worth the read) but there were some aspects that I wish had been better. There’s plastic skulls that come to life, a talking cat that won’t stop asking for treats, and even a ghost that haunts a library. The magical bits were absolutely, well, magical, but considering this has been pitched as “Hocus Pocus but they fuck” (hahaha…) I wanted, and rather anticipated, this book to be straight imbued with magic. The romance was far from lacking in chemistry but I expected more tension between the two since Vivi had been pining over Rhys for the entire nine years but they acted almost as if their issues never happened.

I adored the family aspects of this though (it felt very much like Practical Magic) and the light humor was on point. Apparently this is the first in an anticipated series and I am here for it. Bottom Line: this was an incredibly cute, delightfully whimsical, and overall perfect read for the Halloween season (or when you need a little magic with your romance.)

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Can’t Wait Wednesday | 30 Things I Love About Myself by Radhika Sanghani

Posted September 1, 2021 by Bonnie in Waiting on Wednesday / 3 Comments

Can’t Wait Wednesday | 30 Things I Love About Myself by Radhika Sanghani30 Things I Love about Myself by Radhika Sanghani
Published by Berkley Books on January 4th 2022
Pages: 352
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: Paperback
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When a British Indian woman's life hits rock bottom, she decides to change her stars by falling in love...with herself--a hilarious, heartfelt story from outrageously funny novelist Radhika Sanghani.

Nina didn't plan to spend her thirtieth birthday in jail, yet here she is in her pajamas, locked in a holding cell. There's no Wi-Fi, no wine, no carbs--and no one to celebrate with.

Unfortunately, it gives Nina plenty of time to reflect on how screwed up her life is. She's just broken up with her fiancé, and now has to move back into her childhood home to live with her depressed older brother and their uptight, traditional Indian mother. Her career as a freelance journalist isn't going in the direction she wants, and all her friends are too busy being successful to hang out with her.

Just as Nina falls into despair, a book lands in her cell: How to Fix Your Shitty Life by Loving Yourself. It must be destiny. With literally nothing left to lose, Nina makes a life-changing decision to embark on a self-love journey. By her next birthday, she's going to find thirty things she loves about herself.

About Radhika Sanghani

I have just written my debut novel VIRGIN, which will be coming out in August in America, with Penguin, and September here in the UK with Harlequin.

I'm a women's writer for The Daily Telegraph in London where I write on women's issues. I read constantly and love reviewing contemporary novels.

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Something To Look Forward To | Week of August 30th, 2021

Posted August 30, 2021 by Bonnie in Something To Look Forward To / 0 Comments

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Week of August 30th, 2021

Revelator by Daryl Gregory [Purchase]
Expected publication: August 31st 2021 by Knopf Publishing Group

The Devil You Know (Mercenary Librarians #2) by Kit Rocha [Purchase]
Expected publication: August 31st 2021 by Tor Books

My Heart Is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones [Purchase]
Expected publication: August 31st 2021 by Gallery / Saga Press

A Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins [Purchase]
Expected publication: August 31st 2021 by Riverhead Books

These Toxic Things by Rachel Howzell Hall [Purchase]
Expected publication: September 1st 2021 by Thomas & Mercer

The Last Guests by J.P. Pomare [Purchase]
Expected publication: August 31st 2021 by Mulholland Books

The Fragile Edge (Jimmy Vega Mystery #6) by Suzanne Chazin [Purchase]
Expected publication: August 31st 2021 by Kensington Publishing Corporation

The Sisters of Auschwitz by Roxane van Iperen [Purchase]
Expected publication: August 31st 2021 by Harper Paperbacks

The Royals Next Door by Karina Halle [Purchase]
Expected publication: August 31st 2021 by Berkley

The Heart Principle (The Kiss Quotient #3) by Helen Hoang [Purchase]
Expected publication: August 31st 2021 by Berkley

The Last Chance Library by Freya Sampson [Purchase]
Expected publication: August 31st 2021 by Berkley Books

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