Five Female Authors Making History with Their New Books!

To commemorate Women’s History Month, here are five female authors that have released new books this year!

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It’s Women’s History Month and there are many wonderful women who have contributed to the writing world. Here are five new books that were written by female authors. Each author has brought a unique taste and genre for all of us. I hope you enjoy these recommendations.

1. Fiona and Jane by Jean Chen Ho

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This witty and warm coming-of-age story will have you tearing up about the greatness and darkness of female long-term friendships. The two lives of Taiwanese American women navigate their friendship, identity, sexuality, heartbreaks over the past two decades.

Fiona Lin and Jane Shen have been best friends since second grade. In their teens, they explored lonely freeways and LA bars, survived dead-end romances, and helped each other heal their scars of families’ pasts. Fiona was a woman who was meant to leave, she is beautiful and ambitious which Jane admires and fears.

When Fiona moves to New York and cares for a sick friend through her ex-boyfriend and soon finds a potentially new boyfriend material; Jane is stuck in California. Jane distances herself from her girlfriend and Fiona due to her estranged father’s death.

2. The School For Good Mothers by Jessamine Chan

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One mistake leads a young mother to a government reform program where custody of her child hangs in the balance.

Frida Liu is struggling, she can’t persuade her husband, Gust, to give up on his mistress. The only thing in her life is her daughter Harriet, that helps her maintain whatever perfections she has on display. As long as she has Harriet she feels like enough.

Until a horrible day. The state has eyes on Moms who are neglectful, who look at their phone while their children play outside, who let kids walk home alone. They wonder if she’s a potential candidate for their Big brother like institute, which measures the success and failure of a mother.

3. The Measure by Nikki Erlick

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Would you choose to find out the length of your life? One day small boxes arrive on every kind of doorstep. A note inside says “the measure of your life lies within” and includes the name of the recipient and the length of a single string. Soon chaos erupts, along with questions about the origins of life and the truth about the strings.

Through multiple perspectives, this book interlocks several people’s lives: a doctor who can’t save himself, a couple who thought they didn’t have to rush, best friends whose dreams are connected forever, pen pals who find refugees, and a politician whose string has become a huge barrel.

As society divides the truth can unravel long-held beliefs while new alliances and philosophies about time and Earth unfold.

4. Reputation by Sara Vaughan

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As a female politician, Emma has sacrificed her husband and the relationship with her daughter Flora. a former teacher, she is being glared in the spotlight, especially when insults, threats, and trolls are going against her while she’s working. As a woman, her reputation is worth gold, one wrong step, and everything shatter.

Foruteen-year-old Flora has been through serious bullying in her school. when a teen takes her own life, she wants a law to protect women and girls from the effects of online bullying. For the first time, Emma and Flora have intersected, being a part of something great. Until it all goes wrong.

When a man is found dead in Emma’s home, someone she feared but also would want to go. Things will never be the same. This suspense gives a look at rumors, scandals, reputation for women, and a family bond.

5. People Change by Vivek Shraya

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People can change, just like their hair, outfit, mindset, relationships, starting a new and outgrowing. Vivek has embraced many roles in her career: artist, writer, musician, performer, teacher, and model. Vivek reflects on this impulse to change through her own experiences in childhood. Her belief in Hinduism is a guide to discover the many selves you carry and who you’ll be next.

If you enjoyed these women and their books, go check them out. For more on female authors go to Bookstr.

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