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Aug 19, 2019

Mark Halperin 2020 election book to publish despite protests about harassment allegations
Mark Halperin's planned book about the 2020 election has been announced amid protests that the "Game Change" co-author hasn't earned a second chance.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 19, 2019

The stories in Rion Amilcar Scott's 'The World Doesn't Require You' stun and challenge
Award-winning author Rion Amilcar Scott challenges and rewards readers with a bleak but beautiful new collection of short stories.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 18, 2019

5 books not to miss: Philippa Gregory's ‘Tidelands,' Rob Hart's 'The Warehouse'
Philippa Gregory explores the life of a 17th-century midwife in "Tidelands," and Rob Hart goes dystopian for futuristic thriller "The Warehouse."        

USA Today: Books
Aug 16, 2019

30 classics every American should read, according to English professors
24/7 Tempo and USA TODAY reached out to English professors to compile a list of 30 English language classics everyone should read at least once.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 16, 2019

Paule Marshall, author of 'Daughters,' 'Brown Girl, Brownstones,' dead at 90
Novelist Paule Marshall died Monday in Richmond, Virginia after suffering dementia in recent years, her son told The Associated Press.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 15, 2019

'Where'd You Go, Bernadette': The biggest differences between the book and the movie
There are key differences in Maria Semple's 2012 best-seller "Where'd You Go, Bernadette" and the new film adaptation starring Cate Blanchett.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 15, 2019

MSNBC reporter says manager told her 'don't look too Latina' at White House Correspondents' Dinner
MSNBC reporter Mariana Atencio says a higher-up at the company told her to not "look too Latina" at the 2017 White House Correspondents' Dinner.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 13, 2019

Your memoir reading list: 'Educated' and five others that humble and inspire
Looking to be inspired? Here's a round-up of formidable memoirs, beginning with Tara Westover's "Educated."        

USA Today: Books
Aug 13, 2019

Téa Obreht follows up 'The Tiger's Wife' with 'Inland' a haunted, fantastical Western
Téa Obreht follows up her best-selling, award-winning debut "The Tiger's Wife" with "Inland," a phantasmagorical and dizzyingly beautiful Western.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 11, 2019

At last! J.D. Salinger's books (including 'Catcher in the Rye') are going digital
Four of J.D. Salinger's books, including 'The Catcher in the Rye' and 'Franny and Zooey,' will arrive as ebooks this week, his publisher says.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 10, 2019

5 books not to miss: ‘Bitterroots,' ‘Oysterville Sewing Circle,' Sister Helen Prejean's memoir
A P.I. stands up to a powerful family in C.J. Box's "The Bitterroots," and "The Tiger's Wife" writer Téa Obreht returns with the haunting "Inland."        

USA Today: Books
Aug 09, 2019

20 classics every American should read, according to English professors
24/7 Tempo reached out to several English professors to compile a list of 20 English literature classics everyone should read at least once.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 07, 2019

Blondie singer Debbie Harry shares harrowing story of home-invasion rape in new memoir
In her new memoir, "Face It," Blondie singer Debbie Harry reveals she was raped at knifepoint during a home invasion.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 07, 2019

Toni Morrison's most notable quotes about life, race and storytelling
The world is mourning Toni Morrison, the first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. Her unique voice lives on: read her most notable quotes.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 06, 2019

Toni Morrison was our greatest writer, and her stories about race our most essential
Toni Morrison wrote about the black experience in an America that didn't want to confront its racist history. And she was the greatest writer we had.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 06, 2019

Oprah Winfrey pays tribute to friend Toni Morrison: 'Long may her WORDS reign!'
Oprah Winfrey, Barack Obama, Shonda Rhimes, Chance the Rapper and more are mourning novelist Toni Morrison, who died at age 88.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 06, 2019

Barack Obama mourns death of Toni Morrison: 'Her stories will always be with us'
Barack Obama Shonda Rhimes, Roxane Gay, Chance the Rapper and more prominent figures mourned novelist Toni Morrison, who died at age 88.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 06, 2019

Five essential Toni Morrison books you need to read, from 'Beloved' to 'The Bluest Eye'
We round up five Toni Morrison books that are the author's most notable works of fiction, from "Beloved" to "The Bluest Eye."        

USA Today: Books
Aug 06, 2019

Shonda Rhimes mourns death of Toni Morrison: 'Genius has moved on'
Shonda Rhimes, Roxane Gay, Gabrielle Union, Chance the Rapper and more prominent figures mourned novelist Toni Morrison, who died at age 88.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 06, 2019

Toni Morrison: Her life in pictures
Toni Morrison, Nobel Prize-winning author, died Aug. 5 in New York at age 88.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 06, 2019

Toni Morrison, Nobel Prize winner, author of 'Beloved,' dies at 88
Toni Morrison, the first black woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, is gone. But her unique voice endures in novels like "Beloved."        

USA Today: Books
Aug 06, 2019

Timothy C. Winegard's 'The Mosquito' a fascinating history of a small but mighty menace
Winegard's 400-plus-page expedition explores the vast impact of the mosquito, a small but mighty pest that has shaped human history.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 06, 2019

Hillary and Chelsea Clinton are writing their first book together about 'gutsy' women through history
Hillary and Chelsea Clinton are writing "The Book of Gutsy Women," honoring everyone from scientist Marie Curie to climate activist Greta Thunberg.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 05, 2019

Mona Lisa lasers? 'Sex and the City's' Candace Bushnell decodes dating after 50 Glossary
In her new book, "Is There Still Sex in the City?" Candace Bushnell puts a magnifying glass to life after divorce in your fifties and sixties.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 05, 2019

John Steinbeck lawsuit: Judges to hear appeal over control of author's classic works
Another chapter is set to play out this week in a decades-old family dispute over control of the classic works by author John Steinbeck.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 05, 2019

'Gods of the Upper Air': How renegade anthropologists studied, celebrated 'the other'
Franz Boas was the Pied Piper of modern American anthropology, and taught his students to look at other societies with an open mind.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 03, 2019

5 books not to miss: 'Lost You' by Haylen Beck, 'The Birthday Girl,' 'Trick Mirror'
Haylen Beck's "Lost You" and Melissa de la Cruz's "The Birthday Girl" are adrenaline-pumping summer thrillers.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 02, 2019

Meghan McCain to release audiobook next year discussing dad John McCain, politics
Meghan McCain will be coming out with an audiobook next year where she will share her thoughts on politics and her family.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 01, 2019

Reese Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine book club selections: The complete list
Looking for a good book? Actress, producer and passionate book-lover Reese Witherspoon has quite a few to recommend via her Hello Sunshine book club.        

USA Today: Books
Aug 01, 2019

Edward Snowden memoir, 'Permanent Record,' coming in September
Metropolitan Books announced Thursday that Snowden's "Permanent Record" will be released simultaneously in more than 20 countries.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 31, 2019

Best-selling author Sherrilyn Kenyon drops lawsuit accusing her husband of poisoning her
Author Sherrilyn Kenyon, who filed suit against her husband accusing him of orchestrating a scheme to poison her to death, has dismissed her case.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 31, 2019

Rare John Steinbeck story, set in Paris, published this week
The author wrote a series of columns for the French newspaper Le Figaro and one of those pieces appears in the The Strand Magazine        

USA Today: Books
Jul 31, 2019

Shari Lapena thriller 'Someone We Know' preys on our worst fears about our neighbors
Shari Lapena's latest novel begs the question, do you really know who lives next door?        

USA Today: Books
Jul 30, 2019

Pulitzer Prize-winner Richard Russo makes welcome return with 'Chances Are...'
Richard Russo's first standalone novel since 2009 is a prestige take on a mystery novel centered on three old male friends in Martha's vineyard.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 28, 2019

5 books not to miss: 'Never Have I Ever,' 'Chances Are…' by Richard Russo, 'Chelsea Girls'
Joshilyn Jackson has a new page-turning domestic thriller, and Pulitzer Prize-winner Richard Russo releases his first standalone novel in a decade.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 27, 2019

Newlywed woman dies in Alaska trying to reach famed bus from 'Into the Wild' book, film
A newlywed woman who was swept away by a river in Alaska was trying to reach an abandoned bus made famous by the book and film "Into the Wild."        

USA Today: Books
Jul 26, 2019

USWNT star Megan Rapinoe gets a book deal set for publication next year
Publisher reveals a book by USWNT star Megan Rapinoe will be published in the fall of 2020 and will cover many topics, from soccer to gay rights.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 25, 2019

Chris Colfer's new fantasy book 'A Tale of Magic' aims to inspire those fighting injustice
Chris Colfer wants new book "A Tale of Magic," set to hit shelves in October, to encourage those "fighting battles of injustice or inequality."        

USA Today: Books
Jul 24, 2019

Bella Thorne shares her own personal struggles in book of poetry
The actress' latest project is a collection of poetry called "The Life of a Wannabe Mogul: Mental Disarray Vol. 1."        

USA Today: Books
Jul 24, 2019

J. Ryan Stradal's Midwest tale 'The Lager Queen of Minnesota' goes down smooth
J. Ryan Stradal's followup to 2015's "Kitchens of the Great Midwest" is an intoxicating tale of family, forgiveness and, of course, beer.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 23, 2019

Even therapists need therapists: Lori Gottlieb on being 'less afraid to go and talk to somebody'
Therapist and author Lori Gottlieb dispels myths and misconceptions about therapy in her best-seller, "Maybe You Should Talk to Someone."        

USA Today: Books
Jul 22, 2019

He pioneered a renaissance in Native American literature. Now, a peace prize
Novelist, poet and essayist N. Scott Momaday has been selected for the Richard C. Holbrooke Distinguished Achievement Award peace prize.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 22, 2019

'Hot Zone' writer Richard Preston revisits Ebola virus in ominous 'Crisis in the Red Zone'
"The Hot Zone" writer Richard Preston revisits the Ebola virus in the fantastic and ominous "Crisis in the Red Zone."        

USA Today: Books
Jul 21, 2019

5 books not to miss: 'Lady in the Lake,' 'Crisis in the Red Zone,' 'Helpline'
"The Hot Zone" author Richard Preston is back with a new Ebola book, "Crisis in the Red Zone," and Laura Lippman releases thriller "Lady in the Lake."        

USA Today: Books
Jul 17, 2019

'Everything Below the Waist' tackles history, shortcomings of women's health care
Author Jennifer Block lays out her argument for why health care needs a feminist revolution in "Everything Below the Waist."        

USA Today: Books
Jul 16, 2019

Best books of the year so far: USA TODAY's best-reviewed titles of 2019
There's no shortage of good books to read, no matter your taste. Literary fiction, YA, rom-coms -- we've got it all in our roundup of the best of 2019.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 16, 2019

'Game of Thrones' author George R.R. Martin says fans won't influence book ending
George R.R. Martin says "Game of Thrones" fans won't influence how he ends his book series, even if the Internet can be difficult to ignore.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 16, 2019

7 new out-of-this-world moon books to celebrate Apollo 11 anniversary
You can't go to the moon in person, but a good book can transport you there on the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 16, 2019

Stephen King slams President Trump in scathing tweet: 'The armbands come next right?'
The "master of horror" is horrified. Author Stephen King took to Twitter Sunday to denounce President Donald Trump.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 15, 2019

5 books not to miss: Colson Whitehead's ‘The Nickel Boys,' Daniel Silva's ‘The New Girl'
Colson Whitehead delivers a new literary achievement in "The Nickel Boys," while Daniel Silva pens a page-turning thriller, "The New Girl."        

USA Today: Books
Jul 15, 2019

Lara Williams' 'Supper Club' is gluttonous, messy, nasty and loud — and unapologetic
Lara Williams smashes the patriarchy with food in her bold second novel, "Supper Club."        

USA Today: Books
Jul 15, 2019

'The Nickel Boys' is a literary achievement. Will Colson Whitehead win another Pulitzer?
Colson Whitehead won a Pulitzer Prize for his 2016 novel "The Underground Railroad." And he may just win another for his superb "The Nickel Boys."        

USA Today: Books
Jul 11, 2019

Jessica Simpson's new memoir will dish on ex Nick Lachey, 'Newlyweds' reality show
Her television show may have ended in 2005, but Jessica Simpson isn't done telling her story.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 10, 2019

Donald Trump racial-slur allegations resurface in new book 'The Method to the Madness'
In their new book "The Method to the Mandess," authors Allen Salkin and Aaron Short resurrect allegations of Donald Trump using a racial slur.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 08, 2019

Adrian McKinty's 'The Chain' is the thrilling page-turner of the summer
Edgar Award-winning author Adrian McKinty's        

USA Today: Books
Jul 08, 2019

5 books not to miss: 'The Golden Hour,' 'The Chain,' 'Supper Club'
Beatriz Williams enraptures with historical epic "The Golden Hour," while Adrian McKinty crafts the perfect summer page-turner in "The Chain."        

USA Today: Books
Jul 03, 2019

Beauty queen, journalist, pioneer. The many faces of Trump accuser E. Jean Carroll.
Before the current moment in the media's glare, author E. Jean Carroll was a journalistic luminary, beauty queen and cheerleader.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 03, 2019

Beauty queen. Journalist. Pioneer. The many faces of Trump accuser E. Jean Carroll.
Before the current moment in the media's glare, What Do We Need Men For author E. Jean Carroll was a journalistic luminary, beauty queen, cheerleader.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 02, 2019

Life lessons from Marianne Williamson's books: Miracles, healing the soul and spirituality
Marianne Williamson has recently made headlines as a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, but here's a look at her life a best-selling author.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 02, 2019

The books of Democratic presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson
Marianne Williamson, a Democratic presidential hopeful, is also an experienced author. Williamson has written 13 books.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 01, 2019

Serial killer Israel Keyes will give you nightmares in true-crime book 'American Predator'
Israel Keyes isn't a household name, but he will be after you read Maureen Callahan's terrifying account of his life and crimes.        

USA Today: Books
Jul 01, 2019

Women rebel against bad boss in Chandler Baker's #MeToo book, 'Whisper Network'
The women at Truviv have had enough of their manipulative boss and strike back with a "bad men" spreadsheet in this incisive #MeToo-era novel.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 30, 2019

Fourth of July reading guide: Best-sellers about Hamilton, Jefferson, Washington and more
This Independence Day, take time to read up on the men and women who founded and fostered or nation.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 29, 2019

5 books not to miss: 'Wanderers' by Chuck Wendig, 'American Predator,' 'Whisper Network'
Chuck Wendig tackles timely demons in his magnum opus "Wanderers," while Chandler Baker's "Whisper Network" takes down some very bad men.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 27, 2019

Summer reading guide: 20 hot new books
This summer is looking to be a good one for book lovers. Here's a look at the 20 books we can't wait to read (on the beach or otherwise).       

USA Today: Books
Jun 26, 2019

Pitch-perfect 'Evvie Drake Starts Over' proves NPR's Linda Holmes a natural novelist
The NPR correspondent and pop-culture critics delivers an adult romance that is both romantic and real.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 24, 2019

'Lock Every Door': New Riley Sager novel is scary suspense mixed with social disparity
"Lock Every Door," the new novel from author Riley Sager is about a woman apartment-sitting in a creepy, glam NYC building, when a tenant vanishes.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 24, 2019

'The Most Fun We Ever Had' a rich, complex family saga from Claire Lombardo
Claire Lombardo's debut novel follows Chicago's Sorenson family and its four daughters, tenderly cataloging their ups and downs and enduring love.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 23, 2019

Steamy romance novelist Judith Krantz, author of 'Scruples,' dies at 91
Judith Krantz, whose million-selling novels such as "Scruples" and "Princess Daisy" engrossed readers worldwide, died Saturday. She was 91.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 22, 2019

5 books not to miss: NBA star Andre Iguodala's memoir, Kate Atkinson's 'Big Sky'
This week's hottest releases include a new detective novel from Kate Atkinson and a revealing memoir from NBA superstar Andre Igoudala.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 19, 2019

Randy Ribay's moving 'Patron Saints of Nothing' a YA tale of grief, Philippine drug war
A teenage immigrant returns to the Philippines to investigate the death of his cousin in Randy Ribay's fantastic "Patron Saints of Nothing."        

USA Today: Books
Jun 19, 2019

United States' first Native American poet laureate is Joy Harjo
Joy Harjo succeeds Tracy K. Smith as the nation's 23rd Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry. She is the nation's first Native American poet laureate.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 18, 2019

The Try Guys try becoming authors with new 'self-deprecating self-help' book
The Try Guys show that there is power and humor in failing with their debut book, "The Hidden Power of F*cking Up."        

USA Today: Books
Jun 18, 2019

Reed King's weird, problematic 'FKA USA' imagines a dystopian U.S. ruled by corporations
Reed King's weird and problematic "FKA USA" imagines a futuristic U.S. that has splintered into territories ruled by corporations and bandits.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 17, 2019

New documentary reveals all about Toni Morrison, from Oprah's first call to early bad reviews
The new documentary "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am" seeks to demystify the acclaimed 88-year-old author, who brought us "Beloved" and "Sula."        

USA Today: Books
Jun 17, 2019

Gloria Vanderbilt dead at age 95: 'What an extraordinary woman,' son Anderson Cooper says
Famous from birth in 1924, Gloria Vanderbilt became even more so thanks to a custody trial, designer jeans and as mom to CNN's Anderson Cooper.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 17, 2019

A busted marriage examined in Taffy Brodesser-Akner's sharp 'Fleishman Is in Trouble'
This assured and spiky debut about a busted marriage marks top-notch journalist Taffy Brodesser-Akner as a top-notch novelist, too.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 17, 2019

Coming soon: A new 'Hunger Games' prequel about 'survival' and 'humanity' in Panem's 'Dark Days'
A decade after seemingly wrapping up "The Hunger Games," Suzanne Collins is bringing readers a prequel set 64 years before they met Katniss Everdeen.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 16, 2019

5 books not to miss: The Try Guys, 'The Tenth Muse,' Mark Haddon's 'The Porpoise'
The Try Guys apply their viral charm to a self-help book, Catherine Chung dazzles with "The Tenth Muse" and more new books we can't wait to read.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 11, 2019

'The Ice at the End of the World' review: Scary clues of climate change in Greenland
Jon Gertner makes a compelling case that it's time to start thinking seriously about Greenland as its temperatures rise and ice melts.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 10, 2019

Jennifer Weiner's 'Mrs. Everything' explores broken dreams in the era of women's lib
In Jennifer Weiner's new novel "Mrs. Everything," two sisters come of age and pursue different paths during the women's liberation movement.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 09, 2019

10 new LGBTQ books to celebrate Pride month: Tan France, 'Gentleman Jack,' 'Gender Queer'
Celebrate Pride Month with a good LGBTQ book, including a memoir from Tan France, a history of the Stonewall riots and a gender queer graphic novel.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 08, 2019

'All-white company' wrongly accused immigrant author of racism, $13M lawsuit claims
Jordanian-American author Natasha Tynes is suing book publisher Rare Bird Lit. Inc. for the company's actions amid a social media shaming scandal.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 08, 2019

5 books not to miss: 'Recursion' by Blake Crouch, Weiner's 'Mrs. Everything,' 'Islanders'
The author of "Dark Matter" is back with a mind-bending thriller, and Jennifer Weiner's ambitious new novel follows two sisters through women's lib.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 07, 2019

Five best-selling books to gift dad this Father's Day based on his tastes
Looking for just the right book to gift dad this Father's Day? We chose some standouts from our best-selling books list.        

USA Today: Books
Jun 06, 2019

Barnes & Noble nearing deal to be bought by Elliott Management Corp., report says
Barnes & Noble is reportedly nearing a deal to be bought by hedge fund Elliott Management Corp., The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 06, 2019

Lab-grown meat, GMOs, high-tech ag: 'Fate of Food' explores solutions to global food crisis
Amanda Little explores how we'll feed the world when there too many mouths to feed amid intensifying climate change.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 05, 2019

Dwyane Wade is releasing a memoir on the 'essential principles' of his life and NBA career this fall
NBA great Dwyane Wade, who retired at the end of the 2018-2019 regular season, has a memoir coming out this fall.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 05, 2019

Ocean Vuong's 'On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous' a transcendent queer immigrant story
Ocean Vuong's autobiographical debut novel is a transcendent and gorgeously written account of a queer Vietnamese immigrant growing up.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 05, 2019

Here's why Tan France of 'Queer Eye' quit his job as a flight attendant after just two months
Tan France is the "Queer Eye" style expert to most people. But he also was once a flight attendant.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 05, 2019

Randy Travis opens up about childhood trauma, addiction struggles and the music industry in new memoir
In his new memoir, Randy Travis is open about his experience with childhood trauma, his struggle with addiction and his brushes with the law.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 04, 2019

'Soulless: The Case Against R. Kelly' reveals singer's abuse, ugly relationship with Jay-Z
"Soulless: The Case Against R. Kelly" is written by Jim DeRogatis, the journalist who doggedly pursued Kelly's story from his early days in Chicago.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 04, 2019

'Game of Thrones' book series reaches new heights on best-seller list
Now that the "Game of Thrones" HBO series has ended, the book series' popularity is growing.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 04, 2019

'Soulless: The Case Against R. Kelly': Everything we learned from the shocking new book
"Soulless: The Case Against R. Kelly" is written by Jim DeRogatis, the journalist who doggedly pursued Kelly's story from his early days in Chicago.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 04, 2019

John Cena tackles toxic masculinity in 'Elbow Grease' children's books
Actor and WWE wrestler John Cena has added a new title to his resume: children's book writer.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 04, 2019

'Looking for Alaska' details revealed for Hulu limited series, based on John Green novel
The highly anticipated debut comes with a 14-year history of adaption attempts and fails.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 04, 2019

'Queer Eye' star Tan France talks new memoir, Tina Fey and the French tuck (of course)
"Queer Eye" star Tan France has already left a fashion legacy. But in his new memoir 'Naturally Tan,' France intends to leave another kind of legacy.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 03, 2019

'Eat, Pray, Love' author Elizabeth Gilbert's 'City of Girls' is the perfect summer novel
Elizabeth Gilbert sets this luscious love story in the New York City theater world of the 1940s, exploring female sexuality and fulfillment.         

USA Today: Books
Jun 02, 2019

5 books not to miss: New Elizabeth Gilbert, Tan France memoir, 'Mostly Dead Things'
Fashion guru Tan France of "Queer Eye" is out with a memoir, Elizabeth Gilbert has a new novel and Kristen Arnett delights with "Mostly Dead Things."         

USA Today: Books
May 30, 2019

Mindy Kaling's new essay collection to detail being a single mom, working with Oprah
Topics will include Kaling's experience as a single mother and working with Reese Witherspoon and Oprah Winfrey.         

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