Vaughn's new novel is Martians Abroad.
At Tor.com she tagged five books that make living and working in space seem ordinary, including:
Leviathan Wakes by James S.A. CoreyRead about another entry on the list.
Like the Merchanter series [by C.J. Cherryh], we might do well to consider the whole of the Expanse as one work. But Leviathan Wakes is the first. In Corey’s series, life in space has become common and comfortable enough that humanity has now brought politics into the black. This novel is concerned with labor movements, international relations, the fraught nature of the economics of scarcity, the tension of an arms race, and what happens when new technology and shocking events enter the mix. As something of a political thriller, the story seems familiar. But expanding that story throughout the solar systems makes it special.
Writers Read: Carrie Vaughn.