New Books

Hooray, It’s Time for New Books!

It’s that time again – time to make your TBR scream “Uncle!” I’m really looking forward to getting my hands on Tell Me Everything by Cambria Brockman today. And I have a few other amazing new releases to tell you about, and you can hear about more awesome reads on this week’s episode of the All the Books! María Cristina and I discussed The Nickel Boys, Turbulence, Body Leaping Backward, and more great books.

Thanks so much for reading and enjoy your week! XOXO, Liberty

Sponsored by Monkfish Publishing

Part memoir, part inspiring guide, Spiritual Rebel urges, “How can we uncover the most meaning in our lives?” Through powerful, thought-provoking anecdotes, Sarah confesses her challenges with her birth religion, descent into addiction, and recovery into a life where everything can be sacred, offering readers easy practices for experiencing more meaningful moments in their own lives. “Sarah’s experience will resonate with so many who, like me, have experienced religious trauma and yet still yearn for a deeper connection. The daily practices are practical, powerful, and enlightening.” – Karla Kamstra

stubborn archivistStubborn Archivist by Yara Rodrigues Fowler

A young British Brazilian woman from South London tries to make sense of her place in the world, her heritage, her identity, and her sexuality, through the various women in her life.It’s a tremendous debut.

Backlist bump: Chemistry by Weike Wang


costalegreCostalegre by Courtney Maum

A compelling novel about an American heiress and modern art collector, who brings an elite group of surrealists to Costalegre, a mysterious resort in the Mexican jungle, after Hitler declares war on the arts. It’s freshly original and unusual. And that cover!

Backlist bump: I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You by Courtney Maum

the oddmireThe Oddmire, Book 1: Changeling by William Ritter

This is the delightful beginning to a new series about goblins who seek to restore magic to the Wild Wood. To do so, they must swap a human baby for a goblin baby. But when the exchange goes wrong, both babies are left to be raised as twins, and nothing unusual is suspected until they turn 13 and receive a mysterious message. (Related: If I was a goblin, I could totally see myself botching a baby swap.)

Backlist bump: Jackaby by William Ritter

a slightly pixelated red cardinal is mirrored by a blue bird with a white stomach; both are against a light blue backgroundThis is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone

Oh, what fun! Two time-traveling agents from opposite sides of a future war looking to help their side win begin to exchange letters, leading to a romance that could cost them their lives if they are ever discovered, at any time.

Backlist bump: The Winged Histories by Sofia Samatar

if you want to make god laughIf You Want to Make God Laugh by Bianca Marais

Okay, this one is going to kick your feels in the teeth, but it’s worth it, I promise. It’s about three women in post-Apartheid South Africa and an abandoned baby. The discovery and then mystery of the baby causes their paths to cross. It’s a heartbreaking, beautiful story of family and love.

Backlist bump: Hum If You Don’t Know the Words by Bianca Marais

See you next week!