Berkley, publisher of Penguin Random House, announced Tuesday that they had acquired rights to 3 of Democratic activist Stacey Abrams’ printed novels and would begin republishing them in 2022.
The former progressive Democratic nominee, who lost Georgia̵
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Abrams, 47, expressed enthusiasm for the announcement and issued a statement in which she culturally related the books to herself in her younger days.
“Like my first novels, they remain incredibly special to me. The characters and their adventures are what I had wanted to read as a young black woman – stories that show women in color as nuanced, determined and exciting,” she said. “As Selena and as Stacey, I’m proud to be a part of the romance writing community and excited that Berkley is reintroducing these stories to new readers and loyal fans.”
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Abrams has written a total of 8 romance novels, all of which were featured on Oprah Wynfrey’s website, “Oprah Daily,” in 2020 as part of an article acknowledging the left-wing activist for her work in helping Democrats get out of the poll in Georgia.
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Abrams is considered a potential Democratic candidate for Georgia’s 2022 government election, but has not yet announced her decision on whether she will run.