Book of the Day 1/17/23

David Goggins set a new standard with his smash hit 2018 memoir, Can’t Hurt Me. Now, he welcomes readers back into his “Mental Lab” where you can learn the philosophy and psychology necessary to tap into your true potential and overcome what has been holding you back.

Books for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

With Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaching, it’s appropriate to spend some time thinking about his life and achievements. There are many ways to honor such an extraordinary man. You can engage with your community and create constructive action. You also can educate yourself more on topics of social justice and equity to keep his legacy alive. Here are some books that address critical issues involving the fight for equality and justice in America.

Book of the Day 1/13/23

SOCOBY is a breathtaking and striking illustrated story that poses fundamental questions about life and the conflict of good versus evil. This symbolic, cautionary tale profoundly represents what it’s like to travel through life’s journey – and face its greatest questions and struggles. The work of fiction is touching and intensely relevant – making it the perfect story for readers of all ages.

Book of the Day 1/11/23

Burned Out is a captivating, thought-provoking, and page-turning novel that will resonate with readers who work in the medical field. You can tell that author Dean Mafako writes from the heart – as personal narrative is the driving force behind his triumphant book. Even if you are not a part of the medical community, you’ll love this story about a man who faces insurmountable odds, but does not give up on his mission to build something that will make a difference.

Book of the Day 1/9/23

Walk Good Business is a revolutionary book that will help you bring balance into your business, regardless of the industry. The author, Brad W. Rudover, does an extraordinary job sharing his impactful and game-changing insight in an approachable manner. His book is thought-provoking, effective, timely, and shares a must-read message for all business leaders and entrepreneurs.

Featured Author January – Dr. Bruce Piasecki

Dr. Bruce Piasecki is the founder of a global management consulting firm, AHC Group, Inc., and a New York Times bestselling author on shared value and social response capitalism. Bruce has worked for over a third of the Fortune 500 in change management, including BP, Merck, and Toyota. One of the earliest advocates for climate solutions, he has been an agent for change for over 40 years. He’s also the co-founder of the Creative Force Foundation – which annually awards young authors writing on business and society issues.

For Your Ears: Audiobooks on Bookshop

You heard right! Audiobooks are available on BookBaby Bookshop. Visit the site and discover our growing library of books, eBooks, and now audiobooks. If you’re looking for the perfect audiobook to accompany you on your commutes or walks through the neighborhood, start by checking out this list.

Book of the Day 1/3/23

The successful author/illustrator team of C.J. and Zac Zachary is back with another hit children’s book, The Awkward Avocado and the Interrupting Raptor. The Zachary author duo absolutely delivered with the introductory book of the series, The Awkward Avocado. And when I learned about the sequel, I was ecstatic. The authors have a beautiful ability to convey life’s most meaningful lessons in a charming, rhyming format that children can grasp. This new story certainly does that – and reminds us of the importance of sibling love.

Yearly Roundup, Featured Authors

Over the last year, we’ve highlighted some prolific authors. Every author writes with purpose, passion, and plenty of heart. It’s been incredible to hear their stories and learn more about the inspiration behind their books. In case you missed it, here are some of the authors who made their presences felt in 2022.

Book of the Day 12/21/22

The Runaway Letters is a creative story that children will love. Geri Lyon’s book is fun, creative, and filled with stunning illustrations. If you are looking for a fun mystery for early readers, this is definitely a book that should be on your family’s list.

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