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What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 6


This is the sixth in this new series of updates about formerly featured Debut Author Challenge authors and their works published since their last update. The year in parentheses after the author's name is the year that author was featured in the Debut Author Challenge.



Part 1 here Part 11 here Part 21 here Part 31 here Part 41 here
Part 2 here Part 12 here Part 22 here Part 32 here Part 42 here
Part 3 here Part 13 here Part 23 here Part 33 here Part 43 here
Part 4 here Part 14 here Part 24 here Part 34 here Part 44 here
Part 5 here Part 15 here Part 25 here Part 35 here Part 45 here
Part 6 here Part 16 here Part 26 here Part 36 here Part 46 here
Part 7 here Part 17 here Part 27 here Part 37 here Part 47 here
Part 8 here Part 18 here Part 28 here Part 38 here Part 48 here
Part 9 here Part 19 here Part 29 here Part 39 here Part 49 here
Part 10 here Part 20 here Part 30 here Part 40 here Part 50 here



Bill Broun (2016)

Night of the Animals
Ecco, April 25, 2017
Trade Paperback, 592 pages
Hardcover and eBook, July 5, 2016

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 6
In this imaginative debut, the tale of Noah’s Ark is brilliantly recast as a story of fate and family, set in a near-future London.

Over the course of a single night in 2052, a homeless man named Cuthbert Handley sets out on an astonishing quest: to release the animals of the London Zoo. When he was a young boy, Cuthbert’s grandmother had told him he inherited a magical ability to communicate with the animal world—a gift she called the Wonderments. Ever since his older brother’s death in childhood, Cuthbert has heard voices. These maddening whispers must be the Wonderments, he believes, and recently they have promised to reunite him with his lost brother and bring about the coming of a Lord of Animals . . . if he fulfills this curious request.

Cuthbert flickers in and out of awareness throughout his desperate pursuit. But his grand plan is not the only thing that threatens to disturb the collective unease of the city. Around him is greater turmoil, as the rest of the world anxiously anticipates the rise of a suicide cult set on destroying the world’s animals along with themselves.

Meanwhile, Cuthbert doggedly roams the zoo, cutting open the enclosures, while pressing the animals for information about his brother. Just as this unlikely yet loveable hero begins to release the animals, the cult’s members flood the city’s streets. Has Cuthbert succeeded in harnessing the power of the Wonderments, or has he only added to the chaos—and sealed these innocent animals’ fates?

Night of the Animals is an enchanting and inventive tale that explores the boundaries of reality, the ghosts of love and trauma, and the power of redemption.





Boone Brux (2011)

Random Acts of Marriage
Wedding Favors 2
Lovestruck, August 8, 2016
Trade Paperback and eBook, 180 pages

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 6
A wedding. A playboy. And a week he’ll make sure she never forgets.

Kinni Corbet is the perfect bridesmaid. She’s efficient and has a to-do list for every occasion. When the bride-to-be adds “relax and have some fun” to Kinni’s schedule, Price Lyons seems to tick all the right boxes. He’s guaranteed fun, and it’s only for one week—what can it hurt?

Playboy hotel owner Price Lyons has wanted to break down Kinni’s walls for years. Her plan to relax for a whole week is the perfect opportunity to get to the one person he’s never been able to charm. And this time, she seems…receptive to his advances. Unexpected, but he’ll take it.

There’s just one problem. Kinni’s allergic to spontaneity, and the only thing predictable about Price is his unpredictably. There’s no way they’ll last beyond the week, and Kinni’s going to make sure of it…


Dead Spooky
A Grim Reality Novella
Boone Brux, October 31, 2016
eBook, 92 pages

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 6
Halloween wouldn't be complete without a good haunting, or without some wayward spirit messing up my plans. My name is Lisa, and because I'm a grim reaper, I'll be spending All Hallows Eve trying to capture the ghost of a serial killer instead doing normal things like trick-or-treating with my kids, or drinking wine while I pass out candy.

Yep, that about sums up my life.

The only good things I have going for me tonight are the gigantic sack of Halloween candy stuffed in my purse, and the fact that Nate isn't too bad to look at. No doubt, the evening will be a night to remember...if I make it out alive.





Monica Byrne (2014)

Traumphysik
A Tor.Com Original
Tor Books, June 29, 2016
eBook, 32 pages

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 6
A brilliant young physicist, alone on a Pacific atoll during World War II, begins to chronicle the laws of motion that govern her dreams.





Kristen Callihan (2012)

Idol
A VIP Novel 1
Plain Jane, June 7, 2016
Trade Paperback and eBook, 307 pages

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 6
Libby

I found Killian drunk and sprawled out on my lawn like some lost prince. With the face of a god and the arrogance to match, the pest won’t leave. Sexy, charming, and just a little bit dirty, he’s slowly wearing me down, making me crave more.

He could be mine if I dare to claim him. Problem is, the world thinks he’s theirs. How do you keep an idol when everyone is intent on taking him away?

Killian

As lead singer for the biggest rock band in the world, I lived a life of dreams. It all fell apart with one fateful decision. Now everything is in shambles.

Until Liberty. She’s grouchy, a recluse —and kind of cute. Scratch that. When I get my hands on her, she is scorching hot and more addictive than all the fans who’ve screamed my name.

The world is clamoring for me to get back on stage, but I’m not willing to leave her. I’ve got to find a way to coax the hermit from her shell and keep her with me. Because, with Libby, everything has changed. Everything.





Rachel Cantor (2014)

Good on Paper
Melville House, December 6, 2016
Trade Paperback, 320 pages
Hardcover and eBook, January 26, 2016

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 6
The highly anticipated second novel from a writer Emily St. John Mandel calls “sharp, witty, and immensely entertaining”

Is a new life possible? Because Shira Greene’s life hasn’t quite turned out as planned. She’s a single mom living with her daughter and her gay friend Ahmad. Her PhD on Dante’s Vita Nuova hasn’t gotten her a job, and her career as a translator hasn’t exactly taken off either.

But then she gets a call from a Nobel Prize–winning Italian poet who insists she’s the only one who can translate his newest book.

Stunned, Shira realizes that—just like that—her life can change. She sees a new beginning beckoning: academic glory, demand for her translations, and even love (her good luck has made her feel more open to the entreaties of the owner of the neighborhood indie bookstore).

There’s only one problem: It all hinges on the tranlsation, and as Shira starts working on the exquisitely intricate passages of the poet’s book, she realizes that it may in fact be, well . . . untranslatable.

Deft, funny, and big-hearted, Good on Paper is a grand novel of second chances, family, friendship, and possibility.

The View From Monday - June 27, 2016


Happy last Monday in June!

There are 2 debuts this week:

A Hundred Thousand Worlds by Bob Proehl;

and

Hope and Red by Jon Skovron.

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Clicking on a novel cover will take you to the novel's Amazon page.


From formerly featured DAC Authors:

Tracer (Outer Earth 1) by Rob Boffard is out in Mass Market Paperback;

Traumphysik: A Tor.Com Original by Monica Byrne;

Forevermore (Darkest London 7) by Kristen Callihan;

The Curse of the Tenth Grave (Charley Davidson 10) by Darynda Jones;

Elixir (Changeling P.I. 1) by Ruth Vincent is out in Mass Market Paperback;

and

Anti-Hero (Arthur Wallace 3) by Jonathan Wood is out in Mass Market Paperback.

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Clicking on a novel cover will take you to the novel's Amazon page.



Debut novels are highlighted in blue. Novels by formerly featured Debut Author Challenge Authors are highlighted in green.



The View From Monday - June 27, 2016



June 28, 2016
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Straight Silver Dan Abnett SF - Gaunt's Ghosts 6
Wastelands 2: More Stories of the Apocalypse John Joseph Adams (Ed) SF - Wastelands
The Complete Aliens Omnibus: Volume Two (Genocide, Alien Harvest) David Bischoff
Robert Sheckley
SF - Alien Omnibus
Descendant: The Complete Nikki Glass Series Jenna Black CF - Nikki Glass
Tracer Rob Boffard SF/SO - Outer Earth 1
Forevermore Kristen Callihan PNR - Darkest London 7
Wolf's Empire: Gladiator Claudia Christian Morgan Grant Buchanan SF/SO
Forbidden Cathy Clamp UF - A Novel of the Sazi 1
Doctor Who: In The Blood Jenny T Colgan SF - Doctor Who
Legacies: Book 1: Captain to Captain Greg Cox SF - Star Trek: The Original Series
Angel Betrayed (ri) Cynthia Eden PNR - Fallen 2
The Devil in Disguise (e) Cynthia Eden PNR - Bad Things 1
The Eternal World (h2mm) Christopher Farnsworth Th
One Year After William R. Forstchen Th - John Matherson 2
Battlefront: Twilight Company (h2mm) Alexander Freed SF - Star Wars
The Ocean at the End of the Lane (ri) Neil Gaiman CoA
When We Were Animals (h2tp) Joshua Gaylord CoA
The First Confessor: The Legend of Magda Searus (h2mm) Terry Goodkind F - Sword of Truth Prequel
The Fifty-Year Mission: The Complete, Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Star Trek: The First 25 Years Edward Gross
Mark A. Altman
TV/SF
Deadly Independents Ted Hill AP/PA - Independents 4
Ghostbusters Nancy Holder HU
Magic Bitter, Magic Sweet Charlie N. Holmberg HistF
The Invasion of the Tearling (h2tp) Erika Johansen F - Queen of the Tearling, The 2
The Curse of Tenth Grave Darynda Jones PM - Charley Davidson 10
The Perdition Score Richard Kadrey UF - Sandman Slim 8
The Bill Hodges Trilogy Boxed Set: Mr. Mercedes, Finders Keepers, and End of Watch Stephen King Th/Sus - Bill Hodges Trilogy
The Dark Half (ri) Stephen King H
Lisey's Story (ri) Stephen King H
Collecting the Dead Spencer Kope M/PE
The Big Sheep Robert Kroese SF/Dys
Hot Lead, Cold Iron (tp2mm) Ari Marmell UF - Mick Oberon 1
Slade House (h2tp) David Mitchell LF/GH/Th
Haze and The Hammer of Darkness L. E. Modesitt SF
The Seascape Tattoo Larry Niven
Steven Barnes
F - Magic Goes Away
The Dark Side Anthony O'Neill SF/Noir
A Hundred Thousand Worlds (D) Bob Proehl LF/CoA
Elsewhens (tp2mm) Melanie Rawn F - Glass Thorns 2
Attack on Titan: Lost Girls Hiroshi Sekon DF/Dys - Attack on Tita
Hope and Red (D) Jon Skovron F - The Empire of Storms 1
The Nightmare Stacks Charles Stross CF - A Laundry Files Novel 7
The Annihilation Score (h2mm) Charles Stross CF - A Laundry Files Novel 6
Age of Myth Michael J. Sullivan F - Legends of the First Empire 1
The Unnaturalists (ri) Tiffany Trent AH - Unnaturalists 1
Bombs Away (h2mm) Harry Turtledove AH/SF - The Hot War 1
Icon Genevieve Valentine SF - The Persona Sequence 2
Elixir Ruth Vincent UF - Changeling P.I. 1
A Taste of Blood Wine (ri) Freda Warrington HistF/PNR - Blood 1
A Call to Duty (tp2mm) David Weber
Timothy Zahn
SF - Manticore Ascendant 1
A Long Time Until Now (h2mm) Michael Z Williamson SF/TT - Temporal Displacement 1
The Binding Nicholas Wolff H
The Natural Way of Things Charlotte Wood LF/Dys/Psy
Anti-Hero (tp2mm) Jonathan Wood UF/P - Arthur Wallace 3
The Swan Book Alexis Wright LF



June 29, 2016
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Traumphysik: A Tor.Com Original (e) Monica Byrne AH



June 30, 2016
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Sleeper's Castle Barbara Erskine HistF
Ink in the Blood Stéphanie Hochet F/H - Dedalus Euro Shorts
The Poisoned Quarrel: The Arbalester Trilogy 3 (Complete Edition) (e) Duncan Lay F - The Arbalester Trilogy
Down and Out In Purgatory Tim Powers UF
Beyond the Aquila Rift: The Best of Alastair Reynolds Alastair Reynolds SF - Collection



D - Debut
e - eBook
Ed - editor
h2mm - Hardcover to Mass Market Paperback
h2tp - Hardcover to Trade Paperback
tp2mm - Trade to Mass Market Paperback
ri - reissue or reprint


AC - Alien Contact
AH - Alternate History
AP - Apocalyptic
CF - Contemporary Fantasy
CoA - Coming of Age
CW - Contemporary Women
CyberP - Cyberpunk
DF - Dark Fantasy
Dys - Dystopian
F - Fantasy
FairyT - Fairy Tale
FolkT - Folk Tale
FR - Fantasy Romance
GH - Ghost
H - Horror
Hist - Historical
HistF - Historical Fantasy
HistScTh - Historical Science Thriller
HistTh - Historical Thriller
HU - Humor
LC - Literary Criticism
LF - Literary Fiction
LM - Legends and Mythology
M - Mystery
MR - Magical Realism
Occ - Occult
P - Paranormal
PA - Post Apocalyptic
PHR - Paranormal Historical Romance
PM - Paranormal Mystery
PNR - Paranormal Romance
PopCul - Popular Culture
Psy - Psychological
R - Romance
SF - Science Fiction
SO - Space Opera
SP - Steampunk
Sup - Supernatural
SupTh - Supernatural Thriller
Sus - Suspense
Th - Thriller
TT - Time Travel
UF - Urban Fantasy
Z - Zombies


Note: Not all listed genres are represented in the above releases.

The View From Monday - February 16, 2015

Happy Presidents Day to those in the US. This 3rd Monday in February used to be a celebration of (George) Washington's Birthday though not his actual birth date (February 22nd). It has been expanded to include Lincoln's Birthday (February 12th) in some places or other Presidents in other places. I imagine it's still called Washington's Birthday somewhere in the US. It is a Federal holiday and school's (and government offices) are closed here. Since it's -5° F and feels like -21° F with the wind chill I'm sure everyone is happy that they don't have to go outside. It's a terrific day for reading (if I didn't have to shovel...).


There are two Debuts this week:

Find Me by Laura van den Berg;

and

Houswitch by Katie Schickel.


From formerly featured Debut Author Challenge Authors:

Fortune's Blight (The Shattered Kingdoms 2) by Evie Manieri;

and

The Girl in the Road by Monica Byrne is out in Trade Paperback.


The View From Monday - February 16, 2015


February 16, 2015
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
The Return Jennifer L. Armentrout PNR - Titan 1



February 17, 2015
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Half the World Joe Abercrombie F - Shattered Sea 2
Find Me (D) Laura van den Berg LF
The Tropic of Serpents: A Memoir by Lady Trent (h2tp) Marie Brennan HistF - A Natural History of Dragons 2
Simon451 Spring 2015 Preview Sampler: A Selection of Science Fiction and Fantasy Titles (e) Various SF/F
The Girl in the Road (h2tp) Monica Byrne LF/SF
The Wide World's End James Enge F - A Tournament of Shadows 4
The Last Dragon (e) M. K. Hume F - Twilight of the Celts 1
Raintree: Oracle / Cursed Linda Winstead Jones /
Lisa Childs
PNR
The Shifter's Choice / Sentinels: Alpha Rising Jenna Kernan /
Doranna Durgin
PNR
Fortune's Blight Evie Manieri F - The Shattered Kingdoms 2
Satin Island Tom McCarthy LF
The Thin Veil Collection (K e) Jodi McIsaac F - Thin Veil
Jewel and Amulet: The Jewel in the Skull and The Mad God's Amulet Michael Moorcock F - Hawkmoon Omnibus
Unseen Amber Lynn Natusch UF - Unborn 2
Lucky Break (e) Chloe Neill UF - Chicagoland Vampires 10.5
Orphan Brigade Henry V. O'Neil SF - Sim War 2
Enchanters Echo Anise Rae PNR - Mayflower Mages 2
The Runaway Robot (ri) Lester Del Rey SF
The Dead Hamlets (e) Peter Roman F - Book of Cross 2
Dendera Yuya Sato SF - Dendera 1
Housewitch (D) Katie Schickel Fict/F
Shades of the Wolf / Wolf Born Karen Whiddon /
Linda Thomas-Sundstrom
PNR
In Her Secret Fantasy Marie Treanor PNR - In... 2
All Hallows' Eve (e) (ri) Charles Williams F- Aspects of Power 7
Descent into Hell (e) (ri) Charles Williams F - Aspects of Power 6
Many Dimensions (e) (ri) Charles Williams F - Aspects of Power 2
Shadows of Ecstasy (e) (ri) Charles Williams F - Aspects of Power 5
The Greater Trumps (e) (ri) Charles Williams F - Aspects of Power 4
The Place of the Lion (e) (ri) Charles Williams F - Aspects of Power 3
War in Heaven (e) (ri) Charles Williams F - Aspects of Power 1



February 18, 2015
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Schrodinger's Gun: A Tor.Com Original Ray Wood SF/Noir



February 19, 2015
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Something Coming Through (e) Paul McAuley SF


D - Debut
e - eBook
h2tp - Hardcover to Trade Paperback
K e - Kindle eBook only
ri - reissue or reprint


F - Fantasy
Fict - Fiction
HistF - Historical Fantasy
LF -  Literary Fiction
PNR - Paranormal Romance
SF - Science Fiction
UF - Urban Fantasy

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors in 2015? - Part 12


This is the twelfth in a series of updates about formerly featured Debut Author Challenge authors and their upcoming 2015 books. This update covers some of the 2014 Debut Author Challenge authors. What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors in 2015? - Part 14 will cover additional 2014 DAC authors.

See Part 1 here
See Part 1.5 here
See Part 2 here
See Part 3 here
See Part 4 here
See Part 5 here
See Part 6 here
See Part 7 here
See Part 8 here
See Part 9 here
See Part 10 here
See Part 11 here

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors in 2015? - Part 12



Jacob Bacharach

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors in 2015? - Part 12
The Bend of the World
Liveright, April 13, 2015
Trade Paperback, 320 pages
Previously published in Hardcover and eBook, April 2014

“Bacharach has a great comic voice— shrewd, deadpan, and dirty—and The Bend of the World fears no weirdness.”—Sam Lipsyte

“Mighty strange doings” mark the Pittsburgh of Jacob Bacharach’s audacious and hilarious debut novel, a town where “yeti, UFOs, rumors of orgiastic rites, intimations of the Mayan apocalypse and ‘psycho-temporal distortions’ add that extra zing to the bustling night life” (James Wolcott). On the edge of thirty, and comfortably adrift in life, Peter Morrison finds his personal and professional life taking a turn for the weird as his attempts to transition into adulthood are thwarted by conspiracies both real and imagined. In this madcap coming-of-age novel, where no one quite comes of age, Bacharach brings an “immensely entertaining” and “Vonnegut-like sensibility” (Library Journal ) to the “aptly surreal satire” (Dan Chaon) of hipsters, corporations, and American life in the adolescent years of the twenty-first century. “A disarming, intelligent and seriously funny debut,” The Bend of the World “marks the arrival of Jacob Bacharach as a writer to watch” (Bob Hoover, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette).





Mary Behre

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors in 2015? - Part 12
Energized
Tidewater 3
Berkley, August 4, 2015
Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 

In the new Tidewater novel by the author of Guarded, a kiss between strangers draws both into unexpected danger and unforgettable desire . . .

She’s searching for a sign . . .

Hannah Halloran has always believed in her gift. The things she sees through her psychic touch have never led her wrong before. Not when they led her to an unforgettable night with a sexy marine at a bar. Not when she felt a need to leave her home and find the sisters she barely knows. And not now, when she is an unwilling witness to a brutal murder . . .

He’s ready to show her . . .

All Niall Graham wants is some peace. He’s recovering from the horrors of war, struggling to save his family’s restaurant, and desperate to forget Hannah, the beautiful woman who left him with memories of a mind-blowing night together and a bogus phone number. But a quiet life is hard to manage—especially when Hannah strides back into his restaurant with the news that a serial killer is on the loose and lurking closer than anyone could have guessed . . .



Harmonized, a Tidewater eNovella, will be published in July 2015.




Pierce Brown

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors in 2015? - Part 12
Golden Son
Red Rising Trilogy 2
Del Rey, Janaury 6, 2015
Hardcover and eBook, 464 pages

With shades of The Hunger Games, Ender’s Game, and Game of Thrones, debut author Pierce Brown’s genre-defying epic Red Rising hit the ground running and wasted no time becoming a sensation. Golden Son continues the stunning saga of Darrow, a rebel forged by tragedy, battling to lead his oppressed people to freedom.

As a Red, Darrow grew up working the mines deep beneath the surface of Mars, enduring backbreaking labor while dreaming of the better future he was building for his descendants. But the Society he faithfully served was built on lies. Darrow’s kind have been betrayed and denied by their elitist masters, the Golds—and their only path to liberation is revolution. And so Darrow sacrifices himself in the name of the greater good for which Eo, his true love and inspiration, laid down her own life. He becomes a Gold, infiltrating their privileged realm so that he can destroy it from within.

A lamb among wolves in a cruel world, Darrow finds friendship, respect, and even love—but also the wrath of powerful rivals. To wage and win the war that will change humankind’s destiny, Darrow must confront the treachery arrayed against him, overcome his all-too-human desire for retribution—and strive not for violent revolt but a hopeful rebirth. Though the road ahead is fraught with danger and deceit, Darrow must choose to follow Eo’s principles of love and justice to free his people.

He must live for more.





Monica Byrne

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors in 2015? - Part 12
The Girl in the Road
Broadway Books, February 17, 2015
Trade Paperback, 352 pages
Previously published in Hardcover and eBook, May 2014

A debut that Neil Gaiman calls “Glorious. . . . So sharp, so focused and so human.” The Girl in the Road describes a future that is culturally lush and emotionally wrenching.
Monica Byrne bursts on to the literary scene with an extraordinary vision of the future.  In a world where global power has shifted east and revolution is brewing, two women embark on vastly different journeys—each harrowing and urgent and wholly unexpected.

When Meena finds snakebites on her chest, her worst fears are realized: someone is after her and she must flee India.  As she plots her exit, she learns of the Trail, an energy-harvesting bridge spanning the Arabian Sea that has become a refuge for itinerant vagabonds and loners on the run.  This is her salvation.  Slipping out in the cover of night, with a knapsack full of supplies including a pozit GPS, a scroll reader, and a sealable waterproof pod, she sets off for Ethiopia, the place of her birth.

Meanwhile, Mariama, a young girl in Africa, is forced to flee her home.  She joins up with a caravan of misfits heading across the Sahara. She is taken in by Yemaya, a beautiful and enigmatic woman who becomes her protector and confidante. They are trying to reach Addis Abba, Ethiopia, a metropolis swirling with radical politics and rich culture.  But Mariama will find a city far different than she ever expected—romantic, turbulent, and dangerous.

As one heads east and the other west, Meena and Mariama’s fates are linked in ways that are mysterious and shocking to the core.

Written with stunning clarity, deep emotion, and a futuristic flair, The Girl in the Road is an artistic feat of the first order: vividly imagined, artfully told, and profoundly moving.





Kenneth Calhoun

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors in 2015? - Part 12
Black Moon
Hogarth, January 20, 2015
Trade Paperback, 288 pages
Previously published in Hardcover and eBook, March 2014

For fans of The Age of Miracles and The Dog Stars, Black Moon is a hallucinatory and stunning debut that Charles Yu calls “Gripping and expertly constructed.”

Insomnia has claimed everyone Biggs knows.  Even his beloved wife, Carolyn, has succumbed to the telltale red-rimmed eyes, slurred speech and cloudy mind before disappearing into the quickly collapsing world.  Yet Biggs can still sleep, and dream, so he sets out to find her.

He ventures out into a world ransacked by mass confusion and desperation, where he meets others struggling against the tide of sleeplessness.  Chase and his buddy Jordan are devising a scheme to live off their drug-store lootings; Lila is a high school student wandering the streets in an owl mask, no longer safe with her insomniac parents; Felicia abandons the sanctuary of a sleep research center to try to protect her family and perhaps reunite with Chase, an ex-boyfriend.  All around, sleep has become an infinitely precious commodity. Money can’t buy it, no drug can touch it, and there are those who would kill to have it. However, Biggs persists in his quest for Carolyn, finding a resolve and inner strength that he never knew he had.

Kenneth Calhoun has written a brilliantly realized and utterly riveting depiction of a world gripped by madness, one that is vivid, strange, and profoundly moving.


Interview with Monica Byrne, author of The Girl in the Road - May 19, 2014


Please welcome Monica Byrne to The Qwillery as part of the 2014 Debut Author Challenge Interviews. The Girl in the Road will be published tomorrow by Crown.



Interview with Monica Byrne, author of The Girl in the Road - May 19, 2014




TQ:  Welcome to The Qwillery. When and why did you start writing?

Monica:  Oh, five or six. I made “books” by drawing a series of themed pictures, captioning them, and then stapling them all together. My favorite is THE ADVENCHR BOOK.

Why? Because I was a kid. I still am a kid. ;)



TQ:  Are you a plotter or a pantser?

Monica:  I had to look up the latter to find out what it means…!

I switch back and forth. With my novel, I certainly began by plotting, but then in the sheer need to rack up wordcount, pantsed, which meant that something surprising would show up. Which then necessitated re-planning.



TQ:  What is the most challenging thing for you about writing?

Monica:  Just making sure I carve out those [at least] two hours a day. I’m pretty good about it at this point, but hey, I’m human. I get sucked into Colbert Report rabbit holes.



TQ:  Who are some of your literary influences? Favorite authors?

Monica:  Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Teju Cole, Kim Stanley Robinson, Toni Morrison, Annie Dillard, Ursula K. Le Guin, Mary Renault, J. K. Rowling, Arundhati Roy, Norman Rush, Zadie Smith, J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Haruki Murakami, Frank Herbert, and Jorge Luis Borges.



TQ:  Describe The Girl in the Road in 140 characters or less.

Monica:  Two women undertake heroic journeys after fleeing from trauma, one across the Sahara and one across the Arabian Sea, both towards Ethiopia.



TQ:  Tell us something about The Girl in the Road that is not in the book description.

Monica:  It’s a metaphorical autobiography of my twenties.



TQThe Girl in the Road is a genre blending literary novel. How would you describe the genres mixed together in your novel?

Monica:  I get a certain evil glee at all the reviewers who say they they can’t describe The Girl in the Road. That’s what I wanted—to defy all genres. But if I had to, I’d describe it as a mix of literary fiction, thriller, science fiction, magical realism, and mystery.



TQ:  How have your own travels influenced The Girl in the Road?

Monica:  Whew. A lot. The research trip I took in 2009 (to Ethiopia, India, and the South Pacific) became the primary inspiration for The Girl in the Road. Many of my experiences abroad are somehow “translated” in the novel—things I saw, people I met, ways I felt.



TQ:  What sort of research did you do for The Girl in the Road?

Monica:  There was the experiential research (traveling and journaling) mentioned above, but also tons of book research, to get the details right. I watched an awful lot of YouTube videos to, for example, understand what the streets of Nouakchott feel like.



TQ:  Who was the easiest character to write and why? The hardest and why?

Monica:  Francis was the easiest to write. He was modeled on a dear friend of mine, who I actually first met when I was a child and he was my sister’s boyfriend in college. Francis’s big-brother-like interactions with Mariama are very much based on our chemistry, then.

Meena was by far the hardest to write. She embodies so many contradictions—brilliant, shy, resentful, bold, loving, promiscuous, devoted; calling herself simple but actually very complicated. It took a long time for me to hear her voice clearly.



TQ:  Give us one of your favorite lines from The Girl in the Road.

Monica:  “Such beauty cannot amount to nothing or the universe would not cohere.”



TQ:  What's next?

Monica:  I’m working on a new book set in three different millennia, in the Maya caves of what is now western Belize. It justifies a lot more “research”—i.e., going back for jungle adventures and margaritas every winter. No complaints here!



TQ:  Thank you for joining us at The Qwillery.





The Girl in the Road

The Girl in the Road
Crown, May 20, 2014
Hardcover and eBook, 336 pages

Interview with Monica Byrne, author of The Girl in the Road - May 19, 2014
Stunningly original and wildly inventive, The Girl in the Road melds the influences of Margaret Atwood, Neil Gaiman, and Erin Morgenstern for a dazzling debut.

In a world where global power has shifted east and revolution is brewing, two women embark on vastly different journeys—each harrowing and urgent and wholly unexpected.

When Meena finds snakebites on her chest, her worst fears are realized: someone is after her and she must flee India. As she plots her exit, she learns of The Trail, an energy-harvesting bridge spanning the Arabian Sea that has become a refuge for itinerant vagabonds and loners on the run. This is her salvation. Slipping out in the cover of night, with a knapsack full of supplies including a pozit GPS system, a scroll reader, and a sealable waterproof pod, she sets off for Ethiopia, the place of her birth.

Meanwhile, Mariama, a young girl in Africa, is forced to flee her home. She joins up with a caravan of misfits heading across the Sahara. She is taken in by Yemaya, a beautiful and enigmatic woman who becomes her protector and confidante. They are trying to reach Addis Abba, Ethiopia, a metropolis swirling with radical politics and rich culture. But Mariama will find a city far different than she ever expected—romantic, turbulent, and dangerous.

As one heads east and the other west, Meena and Mariama’s fates are linked in ways that are mysterious and shocking to the core.

Written with stunning clarity, deep emotion, and a futuristic flair, The Girl in the Road is an artistic feat of the first order: vividly imagined, artfully told, and profoundly moving.





About Monica

Interview with Monica Byrne, author of The Girl in the Road - May 19, 2014
Photo by Donald E. Byrne III
Monica Byrne is a writer, traveler, and playwright based in Durham, North Carolina. The Girl in the Road is her first novel.











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The View From Monday - May 19, 2014


Happy Monday. I managed to get some reading in this weekend in between trying to clean up some messy gardens. I was partially successful.  I also took time to see Godzilla. I'm a huge Kaiju Eiga fan and Godzilla is my favorite Kaiju of all (though I do have a fondness for Gamera too). Actually I like all the Kaiju, but Godzilla is my absolute favorite. So what did I think? I thought the Kaiju were great. The battles were terrific. And Godzilla was smart in this movie. I also have some observations about Muto, but don't want to spoil the movie so won't say more. I believe that even non-Godzilla fans well enjoy this movie. Do I remember the actual characters? Sure. I can tell you the story from beginning to end probably without missing much. However, I didn't really go to see the humans. In a movie like this there is no time to set up huge and meaningful character arcs and that doesn't bother me at all.  Yes, there were some emotional moments but honestly I was most concerned about the big lizard. I've watched every Godzilla movie available more than once. I knew what I was expecting. Godzilla (2014) delivered.

And now on to the books out this week!


The View From Monday - May 19, 2014


There are two debuts out this week:

The Girl in the Road by Monica Byrne;

and

The Man with the Compound Eyes by Wu Ming-Yi. This is his first book translated into English and first release in the US.


From formerly featured Debut Author Challenge Authors:

The Pillars of Sand (Echoes of Empire 3) by Mark T. Barnes. This is the final book in this trilogy. I really really liked the first novel, The Garden of Stones, and you can see my full thoughts on this novel later this week;

Sixth Grave on the Edge (Charley Davidson 6) by Darynda Jones;

Delia's Shadow by Jamie Lee Moyer goes from Hardcover to Trade Paperback.



May 19, 2014
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Goddess Born (e) Kari Edgren PNR
Dragons & Dirigibles (e) Cindy Spencer Pape SPR - Gaslight Chronicles 7



May 20, 2014
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Island in a Sea of Stars: A Tor.Com Original Kevin J. Anderson SF - Saga of Shadow
Possessed by a Warrior and Possessed by an Immortal Sharon Ashwood PNR
The Boost Stephen Baker Th/Techno
The Pillars of Sand Mark T. Barnes F - Echoes of Empire 3
The Kraken King Part VI: The Kraken King and the Crumbling Walls (e) Meljean Brook SPR - Iron Seas
The Girl in the Road (D) Monica Byrne SF
Thief's Magic Trudi Canavan F - Millennium’s Rule 1
The Severed Streets Paul Cornell UF - London Falling 2
Godzilla - The Official Movie Novelization Greg Cox SF - Godzilla
A Dance of Shadows David Dalglish F - Shadowdance 4
Suffer the Children Craig DiLouie H
The Chronicle of Secret Riven Ronlyn Domingue F - Keeper of Tales Trilogy 2
Temporary Hauntings (e) Craig Shaw Gardner UF - Temporary Magic 2
Fire Rising: Part 2 Donna Grant PNR - Dark Kings
Commissar Andy Hoare F - Warhammer 40,000
Highfell Grimoires Langley Hyde SP/Th
Double Hexed (e) Allyson James
(Jennifer Ashley)
PNR - Stormwalker Novella
Nebula Awards Showcase 2014 Kij Johnson (ed) SF/F - Anthology
Untamed Wolf and Immortal Cowboy Linda O. Johnston
Alexis Morgan
PNR
Sixth Grave on the Edge Darynda Jones UF - Charley Davidson 6
The Three Sarah Lotz Su/Th
Ghouls Rush In H.P. Mallory PNR - Peyton Clark 1
Wizards: From Merlin to Faust David McIntee Myths and Legends
Among the Unseen Jodi McIsaac F - Thin Veil 3
Reaping the Dark (e) Gary McMahon H
The Man with the Compound Eyes (D - US) Wu Ming-Yi F
Cyador's Heirs L. E. Modesitt, Jr. F - Sage of Recluce 17
Delia's Shadow (h2tp) Jaime Lee Moyer F
Troll Mountain: Omnibus Edition (e) Matthew Reilly F/Sus/Su
The Wolf Siren and Demon Wolf Karen Whiddon
Bonnie Vanak
PNR
My Real Children Jo Walton SF



May 22, 2014
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Scorched (e) Erica Hayes UF



D - Debut
e - eBook
ed - Editor
h2tp - Hardcover to Trade Paperback


F - Fantasy
H - Horror
PNR - Paranormal Romance
SF - Science Fiction
SP - Steampunk
SPR - Steampunk Romance
Su - Supernatural
Sus - Suspense
Th - Thriller
TT - Time Travel





2014 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars - May 2014 Debuts


It's time for the 2014 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars for May 2014


2014 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars - May 2014 Debuts


Each month you will be able to vote for your favorite cover from that month's debut novels. At the end of the year the 12 monthly winners will be pitted against each other to choose the 2014 Debut Novel Cover of the Year. Please note that a debut novel cover is eligible in the month in which the novel is released in the US. Cover artist/illustrator information is provided when we have it.

I'm using PollCode for this vote. After you the check the circle next to your favorite, click "Vote" to record your vote. If you'd like to see the real-time results click "View". This will take you to the PollCode site where you may see the results. If you want to come back to The Qwillery click "Back" and you will return to this page. Voting will end sometime on May 24, 2014.


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2014 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars - May 2014 Debuts




2014 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars - May 2014 Debuts




2014 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars - May 2014 Debuts




2014 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars - May 2014 Debuts




2014 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars - May 2014 Debuts




2014 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars - May 2014 Debuts




2014 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars - May 2014 Debuts



2014 Debut Author Challenge - May 2014 Debuts


2014 Debut Author Challenge - May 2014 Debuts


There are 8 debuts for May. Please note that we use the publisher's publication date in the United States, not copyright dates or non-US publication dates.

The May debut authors and their novels are listed in alphabetical order by author (not book title or publication date). Take a good look at the covers. Voting for your favorite May cover for the 2014 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars will take place starting on May 15th.

If you are participating as a reader in the Challenge, please let us know in the comments what you are thinking of reading or email us at DAC.TheQwillery  @  gmail . com (remove the spaces).



Timothy Baker

Path of the Dead
Hungry Ghosts 1
Ragnarok Publications, May 5, 2014

2014 Debut Author Challenge - May 2014 Debuts

Nestled on the foot of Tibet’s sacred Seche La Mountain is the village of Dagzê. The normally quiet streets are bustling with the steady stream of arrivals and preparations for the coming Festival of the Medicine King; a time of celebration, healing, and renewal. But a shadow is sweeping the world, a plague of apocalyptic proportions—the dead are rising and devouring the living, and no place is safe where humanity thrives.

As Dagzê burns, overtaken by the hungry undead, five people come together: Lama Tenzin, an elder monk; Gu-lang, the silent warrior nun and Tenzin’s protector; Cheung, a private in The People’s Army, driver and escort of the Lama; ten-year-old Chodren Dawa, witness to his sister’s death and rising; and Dorje Cetan, a Shaolin-trained hermit monk of Seche La and a dreamer of a dark portent. Together they must fight their way out of Dagzê to an abandoned Buddhist hermitage clinging to the mist-shrouded cliffs of Seche La.

With the undead following and gathering at Eagle’s Nest gate, they barricade themselves inside their dead-end haven, and are soon forced to battle the beasts without, as well as the ones within.



Monica Byrne

The Girl in the Road
Crown, May 20, 2014
Hardcover and eBook, 336 pages

2014 Debut Author Challenge - May 2014 Debuts
Stunningly original and wildly inventive, The Girl in the Road melds the influences of Margaret Atwood, Neil Gaiman, and Erin Morgenstern for a dazzling debut.

In a world where global power has shifted east and revolution is brewing, two women embark on vastly different journeys—each harrowing and urgent and wholly unexpected.

When Meena finds snakebites on her chest, her worst fears are realized: someone is after her and she must flee India. As she plots her exit, she learns of The Trail, an energy-harvesting bridge spanning the Arabian Sea that has become a refuge for itinerant vagabonds and loners on the run. This is her salvation. Slipping out in the cover of night, with a knapsack full of supplies including a pozit GPS system, a scroll reader, and a sealable waterproof pod, she sets off for Ethiopia, the place of her birth.

Meanwhile, Mariama, a young girl in Africa, is forced to flee her home. She joins up with a caravan of misfits heading across the Sahara. She is taken in by Yemaya, a beautiful and enigmatic woman who becomes her protector and confidante. They are trying to reach Addis Abba, Ethiopia, a metropolis swirling with radical politics and rich culture. But Mariama will find a city far different than she ever expected—romantic, turbulent, and dangerous.

As one heads east and the other west, Meena and Mariama’s fates are linked in ways that are mysterious and shocking to the core.

Written with stunning clarity, deep emotion, and a futuristic flair, The Girl in the Road is an artistic feat of the first order: vividly imagined, artfully told, and profoundly moving.



Tom Doyle

American Craftsmen
Tor Books, May 6, 2014
Hardcover and eBook, 320 pages

2014 Debut Author Challenge - May 2014 Debuts
In modern America, two soldiers will fight their way through the magical legacies of Poe and Hawthorne to destroy an undying evil—if they don’t kill each other first.

US Army Captain Dale Morton is a magician soldier—a “craftsman.” After a black-ops mission gone wrong, Dale is cursed by a Persian sorcerer and haunted by his good and evil ancestors. Major Michael Endicott, a Puritan craftsman, finds gruesome evidence that the evil Mortons, formerly led by the twins Roderick and Madeline, have returned, and that Dale might be one of them.

Dale uncovers treason in the Pentagon’s highest covert ranks. He hunts for his enemies before they can murder him and Scherie, a new friend who knows nothing of his magic.

Endicott pursues Dale, divided between his duty to capture a rogue soldier and his desire to protect Dale from his would-be assassins. They will discover that the demonic horrors that have corrupted American magic are not bound by family or even death itself.

In Tom Doyle's thrilling debut, American Craftsmen, Seal Team Six meets ancient magic--with the fate of the United States hanging in the balance . . .



Wu Ming-Yi

The Man with the Compound Eyes
Pantheon, May 20, 2014
Hardcover and eBook, 304 pages
(US English-language debut)

2014 Debut Author Challenge - May 2014 Debuts
When a tsunami sends a massive island made entirely of trash crashing into the Taiwanese coast, two very different people—an outcast from a mythical island and a woman on the verge of suicide—are united in ways they never could have imagined. Here is the English-language debut of a new and exciting award-winning voice from Taiwan, who has written an “astonishing” novel (The Independent) that is at once fantasy, reality, and dystopian environmental saga.

Fifteen-year-old Atile’i—a native of Wayo Wayo, an island somewhere in the Pacific—has come of age. Following the custom of his people, he is set adrift as a sacrifice to the Sea God but, unlike those who have gone before him, Atile’i is determined to defy precedent and survive. His chances seem slim, but just as it appears that hope is lost, Atile’i comes across a sprawling trash vortex floating in the ocean and climbs onto it.

Meanwhile, on the east coast of Taiwan, Alice, a college professor, is overcome with grief. Her husband and son are missing, having disappeared while hiking in the mountains near their home. Alice is so distraught that she decides to end her own life. But her plans are interrupted by a violent storm that causes the trash vortex to collide with the Taiwanese coast, bringing Atile’i along with it. Alice and Atile’i subsequently form an unlikely friendship that helps each of them come to terms with what they have lost. Together they set out to uncover the mystery of Alice’s lost family, following their footsteps into the mountains. Intertwined with Alice and Atile’i’s story are the lives of others affected by the tsunami, from environmentalists to Taiwan’s indigenous peoples—and, of course, the mysterious man with the compound eyes.

A work of lyrical beauty that combines magical realism and environmental fable, The Man with the Compound Eyes is an incredible story about the bonds of family, the meaning of love, and the lasting effects of human destruction.



Laline Paull

The Bees
Ecco, May 6, 2014
Hardcover and eBook, 352 pages

2014 Debut Author Challenge - May 2014 Debuts
The Handmaid’s Tale meets The Hunger Games in this brilliantly imagined debut set in an ancient culture where only the queen may breed and deformity means death.

Flora 717 is a sanitation worker, a member of the lowest caste in her orchard hive where work and sacrifice are the highest virtues and worship of the beloved Queen the only religion. But Flora is not like other bees. With circumstances threatening the hive’s survival, her curiosity is regarded as a dangerous flaw but her courage and strength are an asset. She is allowed to feed the newborns in the royal nursery and then to become a forager, flying alone and free to collect pollen. She also finds her way into the Queen’s inner sanctum, where she discovers mysteries about the hive that are both profound and ominous.

But when Flora breaks the most sacred law of all—daring to challenge the Queen’s fertility—enemies abound, from the fearsome fertility police who enforce the strict social hierarchy to the high priestesses jealously wedded to power. Her deepest instincts to serve and sacrifice are now overshadowed by an even deeper desire, a fierce maternal love that will bring her into conflict with her conscience, her heart, her society—and lead her to unthinkable deeds.

Thrilling, suspenseful and spectacularly imaginative, The Bees gives us a dazzling young heroine and will change forever the way you look at the world outside your window.



Stephanie Saulter

Gemsigns
®EVOLUTION 1
Jo Fletcher Books, May 6, 2014
Hardcover and eBook, 352 pages
(US Debut)

2014 Debut Author Challenge - May 2014 Debuts
Starburst magazine raved that Gemsigns, the first novel in a series, is “a fascinating and compelling read, exploring the boundaries of human behavior, religious influences, and the morality of the everyday person. It comes highly recommended.”

For years the human race was under attack from a deadly Syndrome, but when a cure was found – in the form of genetically engineered human beings, Gems—the line between survival and ethics was radically altered. Now the Gems are fighting for their freedom, from the oppression of the companies that created them, and against the Norms who see them as slaves. And a conference at which Dr Eli Walker has been commissioned to present his findings on the Gems is the key to that freedom. But with the Gemtech companies fighting to keep the Gems enslaved, and the horrifying godgangs determined to rid the earth of these ‘unholy’ creations, the Gems are up against forces that may just be too powerful to oppose.



Rick Springfield

Magnificent Vibration
Touchstone, May 6, 2014
Hardcover and eBook, 288 pages
(Fiction Debut)

2014 Debut Author Challenge - May 2014 Debuts
Why are we here? What is love? Is there a loch ness monster? Does God send text messages?

These are the kinds of questions Horatio Cotton, aka Bobby, asks in New York Times bestseller Rick Springfield’s debut novel, Magnificent Vibration.

After stealing a mysterious self-help book called Magnificent Vibration: Discover Your True Purpose from a bookstore, Bobby calls the 1-800 number scrawled inside the front cover, only to discover that he has a direct line to God. This launches Bobby on an unlikely quest, serendipitously accompanied by a breathtakingly sexy and exceedingly sharp travel companion named Alice. Together the pair sets out to find some combination of spiritual and carnal salvation—and possibly save the planet.

By turns hilarious, poignant, over-the-top, and deeply meaningful, Magnificent Vibration is a highly original novel about the biggest questions one man—or mankind—has ever asked.



Rachel Weaver

Point of Direction
Ig Publishing, May 13, 2014
Trade Paperback and eBook, 232 pages

2014 Debut Author Challenge - May 2014 Debuts
Hitchhiking her way through Alaska, a young woman named Anna is picked up by Kyle, a fisherman. Anna and Kyle quickly fall for each other, as they are both adventurous, fiercely independent, and in love with the raw beauty and solitude of Alaska. To cement their relationship, they agree to become caretakers of a remote lighthouse perched on a small rock in the middle of a deep channel—a place that has been uninhabited since the last caretaker mysteriously disappeared two decades ago. What seems the perfect adventure for these two quickly unravels, as closely-held secrets pull them apart, and the surrounding waters threaten uncertain danger. A psychological thriller set against the rugged landscape of coastal Alaska, Point of Direction is an exquisite literary debut.



2014 Debut Author Challenge Update - The Girl in the Road by Monica Byrne



2014 Debut Author Challenge Update - The Girl in the Road by Monica Byrne


The Qwillery is pleased to announce the newest featured author for the 2014 Debut Author Challenge.



Monica Byrne

The Girl in the Road
Crown, May 20, 2014
Hardcover and eBook, 336 pages

2014 Debut Author Challenge Update - The Girl in the Road by Monica Byrne
Stunningly original and wildly inventive, The Girl in the Road melds the influences of Margaret Atwood, Neil Gaiman, and Erin Morgenstern for a dazzling debut.

In a world where global power has shifted east and revolution is brewing, two women embark on vastly different journeys—each harrowing and urgent and wholly unexpected.

When Meena finds snakebites on her chest, her worst fears are realized: someone is after her and she must flee India. As she plots her exit, she learns of The Trail, an energy-harvesting bridge spanning the Arabian Sea that has become a refuge for itinerant vagabonds and loners on the run. This is her salvation. Slipping out in the cover of night, with a knapsack full of supplies including a pozit GPS system, a scroll reader, and a sealable waterproof pod, she sets off for Ethiopia, the place of her birth.

Meanwhile, Mariama, a young girl in Africa, is forced to flee her home. She joins up with a caravan of misfits heading across the Sahara. She is taken in by Yemaya, a beautiful and enigmatic woman who becomes her protector and confidante. They are trying to reach Addis Abba, Ethiopia, a metropolis swirling with radical politics and rich culture. But Mariama will find a city far different than she ever expected—romantic, turbulent, and dangerous.

As one heads east and the other west, Meena and Mariama’s fates are linked in ways that are mysterious and shocking to the core.

Written with stunning clarity, deep emotion, and a futuristic flair, The Girl in the Road is an artistic feat of the first order: vividly imagined, artfully told, and profoundly moving.

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 6The View From Monday - June 27, 2016The View From Monday - February 16, 2015What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors in 2015? - Part 12Interview with Monica Byrne, author of The Girl in the Road - May 19, 2014The View From Monday - May 19, 20142014 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars - May 2014 Debuts2014 Debut Author Challenge - May 2014 Debuts2014 Debut Author Challenge Update - The Girl in the Road by Monica Byrne

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