Little Fires Everywhere, Celeste Ng
A nuclear family, a single mom, and an adopted baby. This captivating novel unwraps the layers and layers of what it means to be a mother.
Words With (I Wish We Were More Than) Friends, Jason Race
A glance into the mind of a guy getting to know a women over a gaming app. Modern Love is a weekly essay published by The New York Times that navigates love and loss in today's day and age.
The Portable Veblen, Elizabeth McKenzie
Palo Alto, engaged 30-somethings, and the secret language of squirrels. This novel gives humor to anxiety and the questions we have about who we are.
Rules of Civility,
If you love a good period piece, you're taken back to 1937 Greenwich Village where everything thing that glitters seems to be gold. Two women, a millionaire, and a car accident, this story takes a hard look at the cracks of New York City high society.
Fight No More,
This short story collection follows Nina, an L.A real estate broker. In each story, Nina's not always present, but she's connected to the lives of those in each story, all of which are broken in one way or another. With each home we enter, we see the sides that make up one's livelihood - good, bad, and pretty ugly.