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March 24th, 2020

What Our Editors Are Reading At Home

Here's what we've been devouring, including Texas authors—all available from BookPeople for online order or download.

Nobody Will Tell You This But Me

Jimmy Kimmel writer Bess Kalb saved every voicemail her late grandmother Bobby left her, and uses them for dialogue in her debut book, Nobody Will Tell You This But MePhoto: @aaknopf

The Jetsetters

Austin author Amanda Eyre Ward's new book The Jetsetters tells the story of a dysfunctional family setting off on a Mediterranean vacation. (See below for Ward's virtual event tomorrow.) Photo: @bookcasebeauty

The Roxy Letters

Releases April 7 // Based in Austin, The Roxy Letters is a novel by Mary Pauline Lowry about a sometimes vegan always broke artist, as told through her letters. Photo: @readsrandiread

Things You Save In A Fire

Things You Save In A Fire by Houston's Katherine Center. Her book The Lost Husband has been adapted into a movie starring Josh Duhamel, which streams April 10. Photo: @biblio.sisters

Emergency Contact

Raised in Texas, Mary H. K. Choi's Emergency Contact tells the story of a character transitioning to college life in Austin. Photo: @myhoneyreads

 

Writers & Lovers

Writers & Lovers by Lily King. Photo: @novelvisits

Last Couple Standing

The story of four sets of college friends who all got married, and where they are now. Last Couple Standing by Matthew Norman. Photo: @kmc_reads

The Glass Hotel

The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel. Photo: @abigail.j.paxton

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