17 Nov 2022
Literary Fiction Books to Read This Thanksgiving
Looking for a new book to read in between thanksgiving meals? Check out our picks for this week’s must-read new releases in literary fiction. These books are truly something to be thankful for!
Wonders in the Waves
by Jennifer Collins
Release Date: October 1, 2022
Larissa yearns for more than survival. She strives to reframe her grief to move in new directions. A trail of old postcards leads her to a picturesque beach house. Connections from the past offer hope. Can the natural surroundings bring her the wisdom to live life to the fullest, regardless of what she has lost—and what she might find?
The Notebooks of Honora Gorman
by Linda Mahkovec
Release Date: October 21, 2022
The pursuit of beauty. The love of words and story. While on the writer’s path in New York City, Honora Gorman discovers that fiction and reality are inseparably intertwined. She wonders: If life is one big story, am I the author of my own narrative? The unexpected solidity of her dream becomes the strongest ally on her journey.
Confessions of a Male Sex Surrogate
by J. Offner
Release Date: November 13, 2022
Andy Bino looks like your usual psychotherapist. He works long hours, goes to the gym, and hangs out at the local pub. However, for the past five years he’s had another, discreet occupation: Andy is a professional sex surrogate, helping women overcome their sexual and intimate inhibitions. He’s also 44 years old, charming, single, and more recently – looking for love.
The Sandcastle Hurricane
by Carolyn Brown
Release Date: November 8, 2022
Family, wounded hearts, and a Texas bed-and-breakfast are in need of repair in New York Times bestselling author Carolyn Brown’s inviting novel about down-home comfort and second chances.
A Gift Called Hope
by Eva Jordan
Release Date: November 4, 2022
A heartfelt novel of a Christmas shadowed by loss and regret—and brightened by hope for renewal—from the author of Time Will Tell.
Crows On The Roof
by Anna Housego
Release Date: November 3, 2022
What the eye can’t see can save us. Suspense in a page-turning story of hidden lives, loss, and the healing that can come from unexpected places when bad things happen.