Book Releases and Reviews February 8 and 15, 2022

We’re continuing to enjoy some great releases this month. The February 15 book releases we reviewed include a slow burn, bookish romance and a near future sci-fi graphic novel.

Meet Me in the Margins by Melissa Ferguson


This was a cute, very slow burn romance. Savannah is an editor at a publishing house that absolutely does not deal with commercial fiction, so when her brand new publisher, William Pennington, sees the first page of her secret romance manuscript she’s certain she’s about to be fired. Instead she finds a secret editor at the company who helps her polish her manuscript in secret all while the two get closer together over their notes.

Pixels of You by Ananth Hirsh


Rival photographers in a near future where AIs are everywhere come together and overcome their differences in this sci-fi graphic novel. Indira became cybernetically augmented after a terrible accident that left her wary of AI. Fawn is one of the first ever human-presenting AIs. Both are interns at a prestigious gallery that holds their hopes as future photographers. But when the two are forced to work together on a project, they come together and learn to rely on each other in ways neither could’ve expected.

A really lovely little graphic novel about technology and prejudice and photography.

We’re also looking forward to checking out these February 15 book releases: Flung Out In Space by Grace Ellis and Bright Ruined Things by Samantha Cohoe.