What Our Staff is Reading in June

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There’s nothing everyone loves more than finding a good book to read on your porch, the beach, or even your couch in the summer. And our staff is no exception. Everyone has been busy diving into new books outside of office hours, and this month we are sharing not only

May 2022 New Releases

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For many, May is a period of renewal and taking things slowly—when it isn’t quite summer yet, but you’re feeling the warmth of spring. The books below will keep readers occupied, entertained, and learning throughout the month and into the summertime. As always, please leave us comments or reviews of

Featured Author: Najma Khorrami

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As we continue to deal with the pandemic’s effects, adapt to returning to in-person work and social events, and cope with the general stress of the world, self-care is at the forefront of many people’s minds.  Author and public health professional provides a wealth of research-based evidence and straightforward

Your Savvy Guide to Getting Started with Instagram

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Not only has All of your posts should have a similar feel. On Instagram, the pages that perform best are the pages where there is a common aesthetic throughout. If there is a certain filter, photo style, or even angle you prefer to take your pictures at, use that to

What Our Staff is Reading

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As a book publisher, . Lauren, a Senior Production Editor, is currently working on her master’s thesis in English Literature, so she is reading a lot about the Civil War, Reconstruction, architecture, and Civil Rights. A couple books she is reading now are by Josh Linkner. Nina is VP of Production

Getting to Know Glenda Winders, Author of Sainted In Error

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One of our flagship Subplot Publishing titles, . What was the inspiration behind this plot of murder, friendship, and mental illness? What were some of your goals with this book?Sainted in Error was inspired by close-up experiences with undiagnosed and untreated mentally ill people. Often such people ruin their lives and