• The cover of the book Freedom’s Child

    Freedom’s Child

    This satirical YA novel imagines a world in which a virus has made everyone over the age of 18 infertile. As a result, teenagers are responsible for all reproduction that occurs, and it’s become quite the booming business—parents pay teens to carry and give birth to their children. But Harmony, a member of a religious community, is convinced that “pregging for profit” is a sin and makes it her mission to convince her twin sister, Melody, to abandon her pregnancy contract. It’s a book that, at the end of the day, is about selling sex and reproduction.

  • The cover of the book The Stud Book

    The Stud Book

    Sarah has been studying the behavior of animals for years, but her view turns to humans when she discovers she can’t have kids. Her three friends Georgie, Nyla, and Dulcet are struggling with their own facets of sex, family, and motherhood. It’s a beautifully written novel that delves into who we are as women and what having children (or not having them) means to us and to society.