Nonfiction Spotlight (6/1/22)

Today’s nonfiction spotlight brings us the story of a woman’s journey from the competitive ice rink to addiction, prison, and eventually the newsroom, and an essay collection reflecting on relationships, sex, and motherhood.

CORRECTIONS IN INK BY KERI BLAKINGER

2 starred reviews!

“A gorgeously written, page-turning memoir about addiction, prison, and privilege.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

“A resonant call for criminal justice reform rings out from investigative journalist Blakinger’s extraordinary debut… Her self-awareness is bracing and her indictment of the prison industrial system raises searing questions around its punitive culture. This is absolutely sensational.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

THIS MIGHT BE TOO PERSONAL BY ALYSSA SHELASKY

“Shelasky relishes oversharing, which makes for many hilarious and heartfelt moments: you will feel like she is your new best friend… This is perfect beach reading.”–Booklist

CORRECTIONS IN INK by Keri Blakinger; 9781250272850; 6/7/22.
THIS MIGHT BE TOO PERSONAL by Alyssa Shelasky; 9781250810885; available now.

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