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November Featured Title: Why We Are What We Eat

This month’s featured title is Why We Are What We Eat: The Role of Diet and Symbiotic Microorganisms in Mental and Physical Health by Inna Kruman, Ph.D! The idea of a strong link between food and human identity is age-old. However, exactly how food affects the human body and mind remained unclear until recently, when […]

September Featured Title: Lead Like a Pro

This month’s featured title is Lead Like a Pro: Effective Leadership Styles for Athletic Coaches by Dr. Matthew Raidbard! Drawing on over a decade spent as a college basketball coach and original research conducted on what leadership styles and behaviors help athletic coaches be successful, Lead Like a Pro provides the resources for coaches to transform […]

June Featured Title: East of Hell

Our June featured title is East of Hell by Whiskey Emerson! Maintaining a five-star Amazon rating, Whiskey’s sequel continues the story of Thomas, a man who is seeking vengeance against a powerful organization after discovering that his mother’s death was not the accident it appeared to be. Taking place one hundred and fifty years ago in New […]

March Featured Title: untold: defining moments of the uprooted

This month, our featured title is untold: defining moments of the uprooted edited by Gabrielle Deonath and Kamini Ramdeen! This remarkable collection of real stories explores the South Asian experience in the U.S., U.K., and Canada through the lens of identity, being, and relationships. Thirty-two emerging voices share deeply personal moments relating to immigration, infertility, […]

Commemorating our Women Authors

Happy Women’s History Month! March is the month to honor the achievements of women, educate people on women’s equality, and shine a spotlight on women’s history. We admire and appreciate all of the women authors that we’ve worked with, and wanted to feature some of their books that highlight women’s issues, empower women and girls, […]

Celebrating our Black Authors

February is Black History Month! It’s a time to celebrate the achievements and contributions of Black Americans, so we wanted to put the spotlight on some of our Black authors. We believe their books, which promote diversity and Black voices, inspire great changes in the world and we are honored to have worked on them. […]

January Featured Title: Divorce Pool

Our January featured title is Divorce Pool by Philip Buckman! Divorce Pool is about four middle-aged friends scattered across the American Southwest who search for new connections in the bustling madness of adulthood. They want more than what a standard landline call has to offer. So, they meet once a year to play a game […]

November Feature: Keeping On: How I Came to Know Why I Was Born

Our November featured title is Keeping On: How I Came to Know Why I Was Born by Gemma Hoskins! Fifty years ago, teacher Sister Catherine Cesnik was the victim of a violent murder that still remains unsolved. “Who killed Sister Cathy?” is a question Sister Cathy’s students, colleagues, friends, family members, and community have been asking […]

October Feature: Finding Cover

Our October featured title is Finding Cover by Becca Bredholt! Praised as having a “natural and easy storytelling ability,” Becca is an award-winning poet and writer who has been featured in many notable news outlets, such as Huffington Post, Yahoo Travel, and Orlando Magazine.  Finding Cover is a romance story gone wrong. Having met only days before, […]

September Feature: I Love You More Than Coffee by Melissa Face

We are excited to share our September featured title,  I Love You More Than Coffee: Essays on Parenthood by Melissa Face. It’s that time of year again: back to school season. But in the age of COVID-19, going back to school looks a little different. I Love You More Than Coffee captures the ups and […]

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