2021 arrives with unique and wonderful literature releases.
The Woman Post | Carolina Rodríguez Monclou
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This is the case with successful women who make their debut as writers and experienced writers who are often awarded for their excellent books. Here are five books we're sure you won't be able to stop reading in 2021.
The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah
An epic novel of love, heroism, and hope occurs in one of the most defining times in American history: the Great Depression. This epic tale is told from a woman's perspective, talking about how mothers survived alone during this period by caring for their children. The award-winning and successful author has written more than 20 novels, including "The Nightingale," "The Great Alone," and "Winter Garden." In her new novel, Kristin highlights the strength, stamina, and endurance of women during the Great Depression.
Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert
This is the third and final book in the Brown Sisters series. Eve Brown, who is the center of this book, is a hilarious and cheerful woman who always brightens the mood. Talia Hibbert's latest romantic comedy won't stop making you laugh. As for the story: "Brown's more capricious sister crashes into the life of a B&B owner and brings him down hard, literally."
If I Disappear by Eliza Jane Brazier
It's about Sera, who loves true crime podcasts because "they give her a sense of control in a world where women like her disappear daily." When Rachel, her favorite podcast host, goes missing, Sera knows she can find her. "If I Disappear" is the debut book by writer and journalist Eliza Jane Brazier.
Whereabouts by Jhumpa Lahiri
The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist for "Interpreter of Maladies" is an American author with Indian heritage who writes her books in Italian. "Whereabouts" is the author's last book and is summarized as "a haunting portrait of a woman, her decisions, her conversations, her loneliness, in a beautiful and lonely Italian city." You can't miss this masterpiece by one of the world's most respected fiction authors.
Waiting for the Night Song by Julie Carrick Dalton
"Waiting for the Night Song" is a double timeline narrative about two women, Cadie and Daniela, who were friends as children and who, as adults, have to get back together and reconcile this dark secret from their past. Things get a bit uncertain. The author has received numerous accolades for her work throughout her career. Julie Carrick Dalton won the William Faulkner Literary Competition and the Writer's League of Texas Award.
Books inspire us and take us to new worlds with memorable characters whose experiences teach us new lessons along with them. Each author is a window of wisdom waiting for us to open it and take a look inside. Were any of these books on your reading list? Please let us know which of these releases you are most excited about. Find us on Twitter and Instagram as @The_WomanPost. You can also find us on Facebook as The Woman Post.