10 New Ebooks In The Library | March 2020

After a few weeks of quiet, the NLB once again blew me away when I checked for new ebooks available in the library the other day. Many of the books on this list were actually my most anticipated releases of the year! From oldie-but-goodie A Girl is a Half Formed Thing to new releases like Hurricane Season, here are some exciting new ebooks you can get from the NLB.


Ordinary Girls by Jaquira Díaz

Queer Puerto Rican memoir. Originally published in October 2019.

A Girl is a Half Formed Thing by Eimear McBride

Feminist literary fiction. Originally published in June 2013.

Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid

Contemporary fiction about race and the internet. Originally published in December 2019.

A Beautiful Crime by Christopher Bollen

Queer thriller set in Venice. Originally published in January 2020.

The Majesties by Tiffany Tsao

Chinese-Indonesian literary fiction. Originally published in January 2020.

The Island Child by Molly Aitken

Feminist literary fiction with folklore. Originally published in January 2020.

Hurricane Season by Fernanda Melchor

Translated Mexican fiction. To be published in March 2020 (available in the library as a hold until publication).

Know My Name by Chanel Miller

#MeToo memoir. Originally published in September 2019.

The Truth About Keeping Secrets by Savannah Brown

Queer YA thriller. Originally published in March 2019.

The Tyrant’s Tomb (The Trials of Apollo #4) by Rick Riordan

Queer middle-grade fantasy. Originally published in September 2019.


For more books available in the library, have a look at this list of over 100 LGBT+ ebooks you can get from the NLB.

Have any thoughts you want to share? Got books you can’t resist talking about? Hit me up in the comments below, or get in touch on Instagram or Goodreads.

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