Fierce Fairytales is a series of poems that retell Disney princess stories, fairy tales, and folklore with a feminist twist. These break standard female cliches and stereotypes in fantasy.
The Rules of Magic follows three magical siblings from the 1960s to 1990s. Their ancestors were cursed so that no one in their family could ever love or else their significant other would face disastrous consequences. But this conflicts with one of the three major rules of magic: Fall in love whenever you can.
Daisy Jones and the Six takes place in the late sixties in the era of sex, drugs, and rock-and-roll. It is formatted in documentary-style transcripts and follows a band, The Six, who reluctantly accepts the alluring Daisy Jones as their second lead singer.
The Proposal is about Nik who gets an unwanted and unexpected marriage proposal on a jumbotron. Carlos saves her from embarrassment and they quickly connect. Neither of them wants a serious relationship but can’t help falling for each other.
The Alice Network is a story following two women. One is Eve, a spy in World War I. The other is Charlie, a well-off college student shamed by her accidental pregnancy in the aftermath of World War II. Their timelines converge as Charlie goes on a search for her cousin who went missing after the war.
Cultivating a Creative Culture is a workplace improvement book that gives strategies for keeping employees focused, inspired, and charged. The goal is to have a human-centered organization with a high quality of work.
P.S. I Still Love You is the second book in the series following To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. This picks up right after the cliffhanger of book one. Will Peter and Lara Jean end up together? Or will another recipient of one of Lara Jean’s letters steal her heart?
Content warning: Tampa is about a sociopath pedophile, Celeste, as she starts her first day as an eighth grade English teacher. Her chosen career path is only to satisfy her fetish: fourteen-year-old boys.
Fifteen-year-old “golden child” Ellie Mack goes missing, it is written off as a perfectionist running away from the pressure. Ten years later, her mom is still grieving and looking for answers. Then she meets the charming but mysterious Floyd and his nine-year-old daughter that looks exactly like Ellie.
Tell Me Three Things is about Jessie, a teenage girl who moves from Chicago to Los Angeles when her dad gets remarried two years after her mother’s death. She gets anonymous emails from someone at her school who offers her mentorship in navigating the tricky dynamics of her new prep school.