December 1st Book Releases

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‘Tis the season! These festive times call for not just one day of book releases, but two! Bundle up with a blanket and get reading, and don’t forget to come back on December 8th to receive more books on our second release day.Children’s BooksA Day at the Pumpkin FarmBy Deb

5 Social Media Tips to Meet Your Marketing Goals

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When it comes to scrolling through social media, you’re a pro. But using social media to promote your book is a different story. Social media is a beautiful thing, but it can be difficult to know where to start when promoting your book. We listed some tips to help get

October Book Releases

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Put your pumpkin spice latte down because you’re going to want to see these new October reads.October’s Featured Title: Finding CoverBy Rebecca LombardoHaving met only days before, the young, doe-eyed Crystal Vargas elopes with a dashing Brit named Duncan Douglas who appears to be everything she’s ever wanted. Without realizing

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

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We are excited to share our September featured title,  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 downs of parenting— from the

September Book Releases

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We have seven new books just for you! Make some of these (or all of them) the last of your summer reads. September’s Featured Title: I Love You More Than Coffee By Melissa Face Are you trying to balance raising a family with maintaining your own identity? Have you ever been so

August Book Releases

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Check out our new August releases just in time for the dog days of summer! Enjoy one of these titles while soaking up the last of the summer sunshine.August’s Featured Title: Helping ThemBy Yashavi UpasaniAs his life seemed to grow more boring, Mr. DeRenzo gets thrown into a plot that