February 2021 Book Releases
Looking for some good reads this month? Check out these page turners from fiction to memoirs and even how-to date
From the LifeMinute.TV Team
February 17, 2021
Milk Fed, Melissa Broder
"A scathingly funny, wildly erotic and fiercely imaginative story about food, sex and God from the acclaimed author of The Pisces and So Sad Today."
Consent, Vanessa Springora
“A universal #MeToo story of power, manipulation, trauma, recovery and resiliency that exposes the hypocrisy of a culture that has allowed the sexual abuse of minors to occur unchecked."
Surviving the White Gaze: A Memoir, Rebecca Carroll
“A stirring and powerful memoir from black cultural critic Rebecca Carroll recounting her painful struggle to overcome a completely white childhood in order to forge her identity as a black woman in America.”
How to Not Die Alone, Logan Ury
“Drawing from years of research, behavioral scientist turned dating coach, Logan Ury, reveals the hidden forces that cause those mistakes. But awareness on its own doesn’t lead to results. You have to actually change your behavior and Ury shows you how.”
How the One-Armed Sister Sweeps Her House, Cherie Jones
"A woman torn between two worlds and incapacitated by grief. And two men driven into the Tunnels by desperation and greed who attempt a crime that will risk their freedom – and their lives.”
How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need, Bill Gates
"In this book, he not only explains why we need to work toward net-zero emissions of greenhouse gases, but also details what we need to do to achieve this profoundly important goal."
Kink: Stories, R.O. Kwon and Garth Greenwell
"Kink is a dynamic anthology of literary fiction that opens an imaginative door into the world of desire."
Milk Blood Heat, Dantiel W. Moniz
“In unvarnished, visceral prose, Moniz uses the “swampy stench” of Florida as a backdrop to explore the internal and external perfidies of womanhood.”
The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song, Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
"From the New York Times bestselling author of Stony the Road ....comes a powerful new history of the Black church as a foundation of Black life and a driving force in the larger freedom struggle in America."
Appropriate: A Provocation, Paisley Rekdal
“In Appropriate, creative writing professor Paisley Rekdal addresses a young writer to delineate how the idea of cultural appropriation has evolved—and perhaps calcified—in our political climate."