If you’re looking for the perfect story to introduce pertinent themes of mindfulness, awareness, and fairness – then Tia Bua Believes in Your Magic is for you. Thoughtfully written through a multicultural lens, this one-of-a-kind book encourages children to move forward on their personal wellness journeys.
Jo Firestone is a comedian, actress, and author who just released her book Murder on Sex Island. It’s an entertaining murder mystery that has already received tremendous praise from readers and critics. Take some time to learn about her one-of-a-kind book that I guarantee you will have a hard time putting down.
Breast cancer. Far too many women and their families confront these haunting two words. Although we have made great progress in our war against cancer, breast cancer still impacts 1 in every 8 women in the United States. While you do your part to raise awareness and act, take time to reflect upon survivor stories.... Continue Reading →
Allow your imagination to take flight by reading these three new books! Demonstrating the limitless potential of world building and creativity within the Sci Fi and Fantasy genre spaces, these books are regarded as three of indie publishing’s top 2023 fiction reads. Check them out! Mosscroft: Shadows Not Forgotten by DTM Harris (Fiction, Fantasy /... Continue Reading →
Raine, Raine Went Away by Katherine T. Vaughan (Fiction / Women) This thoughtful novel powerfully displays the monstrous burden that is early-onset Alzheimer’s – while also tackling other pertinent mental health themes. In the story, protagonist Raine Moss feels like she found the man of her dreams – Hartley. He came at the perfect time,... Continue Reading →
Johnny Rey’s new book is informative, compelling, and thought-provoking. Yard Down takes you on an educational journey through violent gang crime investigations that happen inside of the walls of one of California’s oldest prisons. It’s a must-read for true-crime fans and other readers who are intrigued by the intricate processes that go into capturing and convicting some of the country’s most harmful criminals.
Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day the right way – reading books that tell Native American stories. You will never fully understand American history without understanding Native American history. Indigenous People have faced devastating injustices – and despite it all, they have made profound contributions to U.S. society. So, take some time to educate yourself by reading literature and learn about the resilience and beauty of Native American Culture. Here are three books, written by independent authors, that educate readers on the Indigenous experience.
Who we are and what we become is directly influenced by where we have been. This overarching theme is masterfully woven into the narrative of Rebel in Venus. Written with authority and tremendous skill by Marissa Alma Nick, this is a must-read novel with memorable characters and a powerful plot.
‘Tis the season! Halloween is just around the corner. It’s time to head to the pumpkin patch and cuddle up to read some timeless (not-so-spooky) stories. Remember, Halloween is much more than the few hours you spend trick-or-treating with your children. It’s a celebration that lasts for weeks – filled with cozy Fall evenings. Here are three wonderful Halloween books to enjoy with your children and make part of your yearly traditions.