Grief is a normal and healthy reaction to loss, and so is resilience. We all have the capacity to learn how to live with our losses and to apply our own style of grieving to the healing process. In my new book, Resilience Art: A Grief Coloring Book Using Ritual
Happy November! This month we are releasing some wonderful new books for you to sit down with by the fireplace (hopefully after a big Thanksgiving dinner too!). We have a variety of titles coming out this month, ranging from a nonfiction, to cookbooks, to a diverse range of children’s books.
It’s officially fall! Kick off the season by sitting down with a warm latte and a good book. We have great new releases this month, including inspiring memoirs, riveting fiction, and even some Halloween-themed books.
In light (or darkness) of the upcoming solar eclipse predicted in the U.S. on August 1, best-selling author Pam Hine wrote an informational book to prepare the U.S. for what’s to come.
Her book, , comes in response to the best-selling success of her first book from 1999, Total Eclipse of the Sun in Cornwall
It’s the day we’ve all been waiting for: on August 21, 2017, the U.S. will get to experience a total eclipse of the sun.
Well, maybe we haven’t all been waiting for it. But even if you aren’t an astronomy nerd, this is an event you’ll want to be
There’s nothing better than lounging by the pool with an ice cold lemonade and a good book! Kick off your summer the right way with our new releases, which include a variety of genres for all ages!
By Christopher Ullman
We are excited to announce our new releases, including non-fiction, coffee table, and children’s! Find your new favorite book this month below!
By Julie Tupler, RN
Diastasis recti (the separation of the outermost abdominal muscles) is a condition that is not well known
I’m a magazine writer by profession, but like all writers, I have a lot of slumbering projects in the drawer. Not all of them fit within my established brand—travel writing, feature stories, and experiential personal essays, but that didn’t mean I didn’t want to see them out in the world.