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.
Book of the Day 4/12/23
It’s National Poetry Month and with “Mapping Home” we get to ask ourselves: What makes a home? Savita Krishnamoorthy and her son Arjun Nagamangalam created a poetry book that mirrors a call and response, a dialogue between time, space, and culture that captures the lens of what manifests from migration from India to the United States.
Book of the Day 3/13/23
Laurie Benson provides a workbook that invites us to examine our cultural and societal relationship with feminine energy.
Book of the Day 3/7/23
Dr. Green’s book is an essential read for any parent, caretaker, teacher, or mentor of teenage girls. Her approach combines holistic medicine with logic and common sense to offer a sustainable approach to mental health that young women can use for the rest of their lives.
Book of the Day 12/8/22
There are some books that make us stop and count our blessings – as life can change in an instant. The Long Way Home reminds us of this reality. The book shows how a routine bike ride home from work can turn an entire family’s life upside down. But, amidst the adversity and pain, hope is never lost. You’ll be blown away by Shauna Joas’ memoir and her resilience despite facing the most frightening circumstances.
Book of the Day 10/18/22
Atomic Sunrise packs a thrilling punch and had me on the edge of my seat. This alt-history thriller takes place in a world in which the United States normalized using atomic bombs in 1950. It’s a dramatic and intriguing read that I recommend to all fiction fans.
Three Poetry Books to Read this Fall
Poetry is about more than reading, it’s about feeling. Poems help us process all that life throws at us – love and heartbreak, happiness and despair, triumph and failure. A poem can inspire, and it also can offer us a literary shoulder to cry on. There’s a poem for every moment and every feeling. Check out these three poetry books that cover themes like love, grief, hope, and gratitude. No matter what you’re feeling, there’s something in these pages that you could embrace.
Book of the Day 9/22/22
Sending People to Heaven: The Undertaker is one of the most thoughtful and touching books that I’ve read this year. It shines light on a profession that will affect all of us – but is one that we rarely think about. The novel tells the story of John, a licensed mortician working within the unseen world of caring for the dead.
Five Cozy Reads for the Fall
Fall is in the air! With the Autumn Equinox days away, it’s prime time to stock up your library with heartwarming romances, inspiring fiction, and British mysteries. Check out the list below for cozy fall reads!