Memoirs Celebrating Women’s History Month

As we embrace Women's History Month, it's important to amplify the voices and stories of women in independent publishing. In celebration of this occasion, our fair-trade bookstore proudly presents a curated selection of literature penned by independent women authors. These poignant memoirs encapsulate the diverse narratives of women throughout history and across cultures.

Trending Non-Fiction Books to Read in September

Summer may be over, but these three books are shining bright. If you’re in need of a new non-fiction book, this is a great place to start. Critically acclaimed by our editors and extremely relevant, each of these popular books is certainly a worthy addition to your TBR pile this Fall.

Book of the Day: Eventually Gareth

Eventually Gareth a poignant and unforgettable memoir that I encourage everyone to read – particularly those who work in the events industry. Vulnerably written and filled with heart, Gareth Gallagher’s memoir takes you on a memorable journey through the darker side of event planning while battling addiction. Showcasing both his resilience and the indomitable nature of the human spirit, this is a real-life story that you will never forget.

Bestseller Feature: We Believe

This is the perfect book to read as we come together and enjoy the pure, wholesome joy of the Little League World Series. Written by baseball enthusiast and Nolensville Coach Evan Satinoff, the book recounts this small town’s run to the Little League World Series – inning by inning, pitch by pitch, and reveals priceless behind-the-scenes stories that will capture your heart.

Book of the Day: Hitchhiking to Madness

Hitchhiking to Madness will leave you speechless. It is such an awe-inspiring, complicated tale and at times it is so rich with lasting lessons that you must remind yourself that it is a true story. While covering pertinent social themes and thoughtful insight on the horrors of mental illness, Dr. Carol Hamilton chronicles a life journey like no other.

Three New Books You Need to Read in August

Summer might not last forever, but a good book does. So, check out these three books that have received high praise and acclaim from readers. In fact, I found them to be not only the top books of the summer, but also the top books this year. I encourage you to check them out as you enjoy the warm, golden days of August.

Book of the Day June 29th, 2023

In this must-read memoir, acclaimed actress Mimi Kennedy reveals the complex and inescapable forces that pushed her onto the stage – even as a child. She writes with tremendous vulnerability, wit, and humor that captures your attention and gently touches your heart. Whether you are an actor, a theatre lover, or simply are interested in a deeply human story with familiar truths, then this is the book for you.

An Interview with Laura Banks

Laura Banks is a writer, actor, and comic who made her debut in Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, and then went on to star in three films for Roger Corman. She continued to become an accomplished stand-up comic and improvisor with Whoopi Goldberg and was a regular at the famed Improvisation and Comedy Cellar in New York City. Banks is a USA Today Best-Selling Author with over 250,000 books sold.

Book of the Day 3/28/23

Diane Simard will touch your heart, move you to tears, and inspire you to face your fears with sheer tenacity and unrelenting courage. Her book, The Unlikely Gift of Breast Cancer, blends the self-help and autobiography genres and shares her remarkable story and lifechanging experience surviving cancer.

Nature Inspired Books to Read this Spring

Spring is in the air! Nature is slowly awakening from its winter slumber and life is beginning once again. If you find inspiration in the natural rebirth that surrounds us in the Spring, check out some of these nature-inspired reads on BookBaby Bookshop.

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