New Book Covers Bookstagram is Loving
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Looking to up your Bookstagram game? We’ve got you cover-ed! These new and upcoming releases are the perfect picks to get your Bookstagram feed looking fantastic this fall. Here are just a few of our favorite new book covers (the stories within are also fantastic, trust us!).
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1. Write My Name Across the Sky by Barbara O’Neal
New Yorker and seventysomething influencer, Gloria Rose is living her best life when she gets news that an ex was arrested for theft and forgery – and then she remembers her own role in the crime…Panicked, she decides to flee, but issues arise when her two nieces are hit with their own crises. As much as they want to run, the three women will have to face their past to make it through the present.
2. Sugar Birds by Cheryl Grey Bostrom
Aggie is a 10-year-old girl who grew up learning the ways of the woods. When her unpredictable mother forbids her from climbing the trees that give her comfort, Aggie accidentally lights a fire and flees in a boat. She doesn’t want to be found and claims the creatures in the woods are her only friends. A search party forms for Aggie, but not everyone involved has good intentions.
3. Trashlands by Alison Stine
Global leaders have decided to completely stop the production of plastics, making all that is left extremely valuable. This means trash = currency. Coral is a “plucker”, stuck in the dump of Trashlands looking for plastics to save up enough to rescue her son from being forced to work in the recycling factories. A visiting reporter gives Coral the opportunity to change her life, but will she be able to choose a new future for herself?
4. First Date Stories by Jodi Klein
Pretty much every woman over thirty has first date stories to tell. First Date Stories is a collection of first date experiences that often remind readers: being single can be something to celebrate. Whether it’s an instant connection or a dinner you would rather forget, in order to find the perfect match, everyone must get through that first date.
5. Once There Were Wolves by Charlotte McConaghy
Inti Flynn and her twin sister Aggie arrive in Scotland from Alaska to assist a team of biologists in reintegrating 14 gray wolves into the remote highlands. Over time, the wolves begin to serve as a sort of therapy and escape for Inti and Aggie coping with the trauma that drove them out of Alaska. But everything changes when a farmer is found dead, and the wolves are accused. Inti must go to great lengths to prove their innocence, but if the wolves didn’t do it, who did?
6. A Lot Like Adiós by Alexis Daria
Michelle Amato is fine with being the odd one out in her marriage-obsessed Puerto Rican family. So what if she has no love life? She’s successful, happy and wouldn’t want love with anyone but Gabe, the man who disappeared from her life 13 years ago. Gabe left New York at 18 to get away from his parents, but that also meant leaving Michelle for a new life in L.A. When Michelle is unexpectedly hired to work on a marketing campaign for the gym that Gabe is the co-owner of, everything changes.
7. L.A. Weather by María Amparo Escandón
Oscar is weather-obsessed and desperately wants rain to cure the drought in L.A. Keila, his wife, is sick of her husband being so consumed by the weather and the lack of intimacy that she has no choice but to end their marriage. They have three daughters together, and the news of their divorce completely blindsides them and leaves them questioning everything they have ever known.
8. The Passing Storm by Christine Nolfi
Rae Langdon tends to her family’s withering Ohio farm with her father, Connor, while struggling through a grief she never could have prepared for. Quinn Galecki is a teenager who has been thrown out by his troubled parents. Rae decides to give him shelter for the winter, and the trio ends up being able to relate to one another’s pain. When secrets come to light, Rae must confront her past and fight for Quinn, but his parents have plans of their own.
9. Beneath the Veil of Smoke and Ash by Tammy Pasterick
It is 1910 and Eastern European immigrants Janos and Karina Kovac have arrived in Pittsburgh, but their American dream is fading rapidly. Karina is happy in her job until she is faced with the realization that her job duties are not only those of a housekeeper, but also of a mistress. Karina finds out she is going to lose her job on the same day Janos witnesses a horrific accident at his furnace and the pair begin to unravel. A panicked Karina becomes unhinged and gets her children involved in her mess. Janos must now try to rebuild his family from the ground up with the help of someone unexpected.
10. Fresh by Margot Wood
If one thing is for sure, it’s that Elliot McHugh is not someone who enters college knowing exactly what they want to do with their life. Who has time to pick a major when there are parties to attend, RA’s patience to test, and sex to be had? Elliot sees these things as the true college experience. However, these things don’t seem romantic anymore when reality hits. Finals are creeping up and her roommate’s boyfriend becomes a total jerk. As she’s navigating her way through all of this, Elliot may finally find the person she was always meant to be. Maybe she’ll even find love along the way.
11. Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead
Ray Carney, a furniture salesman, and his wife Elizabeth live in a small apartment across from the subway tracks, and they are expecting their second child together. Not many people know that Ray comes from a family of crooks, but people are starting to see through his façade. As Ray is navigating his double-life of being a family man and a crook, he learns who really runs things in Harlem. Can Ray avoid getting killed while still being a reliable furniture salesman and father?
12. Matrix by Lauren Groff
Seventeen-year-old Marie de France is sent off to England to be the new prioress of an impoverished abbey where the nuns have been hit by a disease and are on the verge of starvation. Marie was overwhelmed by her new life at first, but over time she finds peace and love in her new home with her new sisters. Marie comes from a long line of women warriors and is determined to help and protect the women she now leads, but it doesn’t go quite as planned.
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