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Jasmine Warga

Jasmine Warga lives in a small town that is a few miles outside of Cincinnati, Ohio. She finds it exceedingly difficult to write about herself in the third person so she will keep this short. Her first novel, MY HEART AND OTHER BLACK HOLES, will be published by Balzer Bray/HarperCollins in Winter 2015.
Jasmine Warga recommends
The Names They Gave Us (2017)
Emery Lord
"Searingly honest, gut-wrenchingly authentic, and deeply romantic, When We Collided is a gift of a novel. It tackles tough topics with nuance, and will make readers both laugh and cry, sometimes within the span of a page."
Words in Deep Blue (2017)
Cath Crowley
"A big-hearted, stunner of a novel. Cath Crowley's gorgeous prose will make you both tear up and swoon. A beautifully honest meditation on grief and love."
Down and Across (2018)
Arvin Ahmadi
"Charmingly funny, intensely relatable, and unexpectedly moving—Down and Across is a big-hearted gem of a debut from an exciting new voice."
Darius the Great Is Not Okay (2018)
(Darius the Great, book 1)
Adib Khorram
"A love letter to anyone who has felt uncomfortable in their own skin and wondered where exactly they belonged. A big-hearted and marvelous debut."
The Grace Year (2019)
Kim Liggett
"The Grace Year is a book for every woman who has ever screamed at the top of her lungs and still felt like no one heard her. A book for every person who has ever been made to feel small or less than. A book for all of us who have been told to sit down and be silent, to grin and bear. Tierney's captivating story reminded me that sometimes existing is itself an act of bravery--and this book's existence is an act of courage that I'm very grateful for. Brutally smart, devastatingly lyrical, and so capital i-Important, I want everyone to read this book!"
The Electric Kingdom (2021)
David Arnold
"Utterly unique and genre-busting, The Electric Kingdom is David Arnold at his best. I was left in awe by the stunning prose, the challenging philosophical questions, and the masterful puzzle of a plot. The moment I finished, I immediately wanted to read it again."
Where We Used to Roam (2021)
Jenn Bishop
"A senstivity told and heartfelt story of Emma's experience with her brother's opioid addiction. Where We Used to Roam will help open up many difficult, but important conversations."

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