We explore the silent conversations we have with ourselves with acclaimed psychologist Ethan Kross in his book Chatter. With tools hidden in plain sight, readers can make their inner voice work in their favor. Read the first few pages on the blog.
A detective takes time off from work and is invited by her estranged brother to celebrate his engagement at a hotel high in the Swiss Alps. But that place was once an abanded sanatorium, and when her brother's fiancee goes missing after storm and more guests start panicking, she must trust her instincts if they hope to find her. They just don't know the real danger they're in..
There's a haunting midnight dance that steals children away, an eerie fairy island that appears once every seven years, a magical silver horse that emerges from a dark lake...
Jane the Virgin meets To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before in this charming debut romantic comedy filled with Black Girl Magic. Perfect for fans of Mary H. K. Choi and Nicola Yoon, with crossover appeal for readers of Jasmine Guillory and Talia Hibbert romances. Read an excerpt on the blog.
In this world, girls are outcasts by blood and warriors by choice. Get ready for battle. Here's the start of a bold and immersive fantasy series for fans of Children of Blood and Bone and Black Panther. Read an excerpt on the blog.
You can travel the world looking for yourself, but if you don't know what you're looking for, how can you find it? Like Streams To The Ocean is about examining the things that make us who we are and getting to know ourselves, our stories, and the decisions that shape our one and only life. Read an excerpt on the blog.
In this gorgeously written and spellbinding historical novel based on Pride and Prejudice, the author of The Clergyman’s Wife combines the knowing eye of Jane Austen with the eroticism and Gothic intrigue of Sarah Waters to reimagine the life of the mysterious Anne de Bourgh. Read an excerpt on the blog.
The author of The Professor and the Madman and The Perfectionists explores the notion of property—our proprietary relationship with the land—through human history, how it has shaped us and what it will mean for our future. Read an excerpt on the blog.
Shortlisted for the Women’s Prize for Fiction, a gorgeous retelling of the Trojan War from the perspectives of the many women involved in its causes and consequences—for fans of Madeline Miller. Read an excerpt on the blog.