if you haven't ready any spider-woman, i recommend dennis hopeless's run for the "graphic novel" square. she's one of my all-time favorite characters.
if you like sara bareilles, I loved her memoir and highly recommend it as an audiobook as she sings her music a capella.
i read hidden figures for my non-fiction by a diverse author square last year and really liked it.
it might make your head explode but i read jeff flake's conscience of a conservative last year and that could work for "topic: history and/or politics" but honestly my all time fav political/history series is the series on LBJ by robert caro. i'm midway through the 3rd one and they're all exceptionally long and fascinating.
and lastly (omg this got so long) i rec devil in the white city for the true crime square, assuming your goodreads status for this book is correct and you haven't read it yet!