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Miranda Lambert is Releasing a Cookbook
Country star Miranda Lambert is releasing her very first cookbook. On Instagram, Lambert announced the title of her upcoming book is Y’All Eat Yet? and ““is a collection of recipes and stories from my pretty bitchin’ kitchen to yours 💕.” Lambert says, “I was blessed to be raised by two generations of hell-raising, hard working women who knew how to make people feel good. This is a look into our lives and the food we’ve made along the way,” she continued in her description of what to expect from her first published work.” The cookbook will be available on April 25th, 2023. It’s available for preorder now.
World Trigger Manga Takes Another 1-Month Break Due to Author’s Health
Daisuke Ashihara’s World Trigger manga announced on its official Twitter that it will take another break in January 2023 due to the author’s poor physical health. World Trigger, the popular manga that has inspired two anime series, is expected to return in the February issue. The manga also took breaks this year in January, May, and July; it took several breaks in 2021 as well.
The New York Public Library Announces Best Books of 2022
The New York Public Library has announced its recommendations for the best books of 2022. On their website, it says, “Our annual recommendations for kids, teens, and adults, curated by our expert librarians, encompass fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, poetry, kids’ books in Spanish, and much more.” Recommendations for this year include: Against Heaven by Kemi Alabi, Dead Silence by S.A. Barnes, The Genesis of Misery by Neon Yang, All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir, Burn Down, Rise Up by Vincent Tirado, and many more. Check out their website for the full list.
Book Ratings Systems Are Not A Solution: This Week’s Book Censorship News
A book rating system is not a solution to book challenges or content. That, plus this week’s book censorship news.