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09.11.21
Who's Publishing What: One Heart with Courage: Essays and Stories

Teri Rizvi's debut book, One Heart with Courage: Essays and Stories, will be published Oct. 1. All proceeds will benefit the Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop endowment fund.

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09.04.21
Who's Publishing What: My Modena

Andrea Gelfuso Goetz's new book, My Modena, a Year of Fear, Laughter, and Exhilaration in Italy, details the delightful confusion of living in a town that made every task hilariously frustrating, but every walk a journey into Italy's fascinating past — and thrilling present.

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08.23.21
Who's Publishing What: How to Make Mistakes on Purpose

Laurie Rosenwald's newest book, How to Make Mistakes on Purpose, "gives you a way to zig while everyone around you can only zag."

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08.23.21
Who's Publishing What: So Good to be Bad

Mathew Klickstein's playful middle-grade audiobook, So Good to Be Bad: A Really Bad Middle-Grade Reader for Really Good Kids; or, A Really Good Middle-Grade Reader for Really Bad Kids, will be released by Blackstone Publishing this fall.

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07.22.21
Who's Publishing What: This Band of Sisterhood

Westina Matthews edits a new, groundbreaking book, This Band of Sisterhood: Black Women Bishops on Race, Faith, and the Church.

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07.19.21
Who's Publishing What: Babies Don't Make Small Talk (So Why Should I?)

Julie Vick's debut book, Babies Don't Make Small Talk (So Why Should I?), is billed as a humorous advice book for introverted parents.

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06.14.21
Who's Publishing What: Centennial Farm Family: Cultivating Land and Community

Amy McVay Abbott, a longtime columnist and humor writers, turns her attention to family history in her new book, Centennial Farm Family: Cultivating Land and Community 1837-1937.

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06.04.21
Who's Publishing What: The Witch Demands a Retraction

Melissa Balmain puts a grown-up, contemporary — and hilarious — spin on fairy tales in her new book, The Witch Demands a Retraction: Fairy Tale Reboots for Adults.

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06.03.21
Who's Publishing What: Barking at the Moon

At times hilarious and heartwarming, Tracy Beckerman's newest book, Barking at the Moon: A Story of Life, Love, and Kibble, speaks to life’s challenges, and to mothering children both human and furry.

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05.06.21
Who's Publishing What: Read, Laugh, Repeat

Author Becky Povitch's story, "A Bittersweet Victory," is included in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Read, Laugh, Repeat.

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02.16.21
Who's Publishing What: The Lightmaker's Manifesto

When you care deeply about the world, light can seem hard to find. But when your activism grows out of your joy — and vice versa — you begin to see light everywhere. Karen Walrond helps people learn how to unearth their passions and gifts in her new book, Lightmaker's Manifesto: How to Work for Change Without Losing Your Joy.

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02.13.21
Who's Publishing What: The Seeker and the Monk

What if we truly belong to each other? What if we are all walking around shining like the sun? Mystic, monk and activist Thomas Merton asked those questions in the twentieth century. Writer Sophfronia Scott is asking them today in The Seeker and the Monk: Everyday Conversations with Thomas Merton.

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02.11.21
Who's Publishing What: A Million Reasons Why

Jessica Strawser's newest novel, A Million Reasons Why, is "a fascinating foray into the questions we are most afraid to ask," says Jodi Picoult, New York Times bestselling author.

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02.11.21
Who's Publishing What: The Stills

With compassion and insight, Jess Montgomery weaves a gripping mystery and portrait of community in The Stills, the powerful third novel in a series.

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02.11.21
Who's Publishing What: Rewrite the Stars

Christina Consolino's debut novel, Rewrite the Stars, is described as an honest, moving portrayal of life and love that reminds us how much of our happiness lies within our own grasp.

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