This morning, subscribers to the Lone Star Literary Life weekly newsletter got a bonus newsletter that included an exclusive sneak peek at the April Texas Books Preview. Ten of the almost seventy Texas-related books publishing in April were highlighted. This is part of the subscriber-only content we'll be sharing several times each month. Not a subscriber? Click here—it’s free!
Watch for the full April Texas Books Preview in the Sunday, April 4 issue of Lone Star Literary Life. Here's what to expect:
Spring has sprung in Texas, the annual wildflower safaris are underway, and small towns across the state are testing their tornado sirens. As many of us consider venturing back into society, the blood quickens (not for nothing is it called “Spring Fever”), and April brings book lovers nearly seventy exciting, new books of Lone Star Lit: the cowboys of romance ride again; Easter means titles of faith and pilgrimage; bountiful biography and memoir; plentiful picture books; new releases from the McCracken and the Bloggess; modern perspectives on the Western; and examples of spring’s new beginnings—this is a partial list.