Mina by Matthew Forsythe

But one day her father came home and said, ‘Mina! Come outside I have a really big surprise for you!’ And that’s when she started to worry.”


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Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica

Shelby was the first to go missing. Then came Meredith and her six-year-old daughter Delilah. Both lived in the same community. Are they connected?

Eleven years later, Delilah returns. What happened to her?


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The Push by Ashley Audrain

Blythe wants to be a good mother. Really she does. She wants to prove to herself that she can be a better mother than her own mother and he mother’s mother before her.


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I Hope This Finds You Well: Poems by Kate Baer

Kate Baer is no stranger to social media. And like many other women writers, she is no stranger to messages in her inbox. Many, many messages. Some uplifting, about how her poetry and writing has validated and empowered aspects of their lives.


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Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley

Set in the early 2000’s Michigan, Daunis (18), who is part Ojibwe, agrees to become a confidential informant for the FBI to help track down who is behind the rampant drug-usage and drug-related deaths in her community.


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American Melancholy: Poems by Joyce Carol Oates

To be honest, I never read anything of Joyce Carol Oates, although I always heard her name spoken with reverence. This winter, I chose to pick up her first book of poems in 25 years to see what all the hype is about. Well, now I know.


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Dino Duckling by Alison Murray

“Sometimes Dino Duckling couldn’t help feeling different, but Mama Duck always said, ‘Big and wide, sleek and slim, we’re a family and we all fit in.’”


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