Posted by: Kathy Temean | April 25, 2016

Buzz Books


Navina Chhabria is a freelance Illustrator and Printmaker based in New Jersey. Originally from India, I love working with color and pattern. She loves to play with shapes to create fun and quirky characters, themes and stories. Her colorful and cheerful illustrations have been published in brochures, greeting cards, postcard, sticker, and stamps, etc. Here is the link to see more of her work:

Elizabeth Church’s The Atomic Weight of Love was the ABA’s Indie Next No. 1 pick for May. Below is the full list. It includes 6 books already featured in the spring/summer Buzz Books free ebook and available for you to start reading now:

The Mirror Thief, by Martin Seay
Everyone Brave Is Forgiven,* by Chris Cleave
Redemption Road, by John Hart
Everybody’s Fool, by Richard Russo
Britt-Marie Was Here, by Fredrik Backman
Mothering Sunday: A Romance, by Graham Swift
LaRose,* by Louise Erdrich
Julia Reed’s South: Spirited Entertaining and High-Style Fun All Year Long, by Julia Reed
Sleeping Giants, by Sylvain Neuvel
Eligible, by Curtis Sittenfeld
The Versions of Us,* by Laura Barnett
Imagine Me Gone, by Adam Haslett
Over the Plain Houses, by Julia Franks
Father’s Day, by Simon Van Booy
Heat & Light, by Jennifer Haigh
The Sport of Kings,* by C.E. Morgan
Maestra,* by L.S. Hilton
Life Without a Recipe: A Memoir of Food and Family, by Diana Abu-Jaber
Valiant Ambition: George Washington, Benedict Arnold, and the Fate of the American Revolution,* by Nathaniel Philbrick
Full list, with comments

Talk tomorrow,



  1. Navina’s art is so sweet. 😊


  2. Really nice!


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