In My What If Year: A Memoir, ALISHA FERNANDEZ MIRANDA writes about pausing her successful high-powered career for a year to explore a few jobs of her dreams, a journey that tested what she thought she was physically, mentally, and emotionally capable of. In EMMA GREY’s The Last Love Note: A Novel, two years after losing her husband, Kate is still grieving, solo parenting, and lurching from one comedic crisis to the next. In BRITTANY MEANS’ Hell If We Don’t Change Our Ways: A Memoir, she shares a childhood filled with abuse and neglect against a backdrop of evangelical Christian culture, and how she attempted to make sense of the troublesome world around her. And in MEGHAN RIORDAN JARVIS’ End of the Hour: A Therapist’s Memoir, she chronicles her profound grief after her parents’ deaths, compelling long-buried childhood tragedy to rise to the surface. Moderating is author, editor, and podcaster ZIBBY OWENS, founder/CEO of Zibby Media.