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.
Delightfully written by Jennifer Carmody, The New Days is a wonderful novel for you to add to your summer TBR pile! Flaunting relatable, dynamic characters and a compelling plot line, this book will appeal to readers of many different backgrounds – particularly millennials. Fundamentally, it’s a gripping story about friendship and the challenges that arise when harmonious relationships start to become complicated.
If you are a United States military Veteran who is struggling with the many difficult realities of returning to civilian life, this book is an essential read for you. Written by D.A. Bender, a combat readjustment therapist with the Veteran’s Health Administration program, The Warrior’s Dilemma supports you every step of the way throughout the difficult transition.
Support independent authors this summer by adding these books to your TBR! There is a vast world of indie books to explore, and there is no better time than right now amidst the warm, sunny days of July and August to sit back and relax with a good book. So, check out this curated list of both fiction and non-fiction works that have attracted approval and high praise from readers and critics.
On June 19th, 1865, Union troops arrived in Galveston Bay, Texas and announced that all enslaved Black people in the state were free by executive decree. Known as Juneteenth, the day serves as America’s second Independence Day. You can celebrate this powerful moment of history by supporting Black independent authors who write about what it truly means to be equal and free in America.
Join us in celebrating Earth Day through the written word. We believe literature has the power to inspire change and spark meaningful conversations. Independent authors, in particular, have a unique perspective on environmental issues and a passion for storytelling that can engage and motivate readers to form new habits, think differently, and take action.
Saint Patrick’s Day is an exciting celebration of Irish culture. Every March, we see parades and festivals packed with people draped in green attire. What began as a day commemorating the arrival of Christianity in Ireland has grown into a joyous and global observance of heritage. Whether you partake in these celebrations or not, take a moment to learn about these interesting books that are influenced by Irish themes.
Celebrate Women’s History Month on BookBaby Bookshop! Whether you read an inspiring autobiography, an exciting fiction novel, or a trendy new cookbook, you are making an impact by directly supporting women’s work on this fair trade bookstore. Check out this list and learn about some of our picks that recognize women this month.
Author Piper Duncan introduces readers to a new supernatural thriller that is filled with adventure, romance, secrets, and vampires. Snow Moon: Karma Bites is the first installment of this young adult book series, and it is not to be missed. Wonderfully written, this introductory book sets the stage for an epic saga filled with interesting characters.