Archive | April, 2021

Healing Trauma with Yoga

Traumatized people chronically feel unsafe within their bodies. Beth Shaw has the answer. Building on personal therapy, her book provides a thoughtful solution to those who are suffering from trauma, looking to become more resilient in their life as well as for yoga practitioners. She begins the book sharing her own personal trauma which led […]

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Book Craft Spotlight Q&A With Marcia Breece

Marcia Breece is a delight to know and work with. She left a corporate career, “a fast paced—grab onto the rocket and scream yeehaw—kind of career,” to spend more time with family and build her writing career. And after her two children started college, she had the opportunity to live in “exotic faraway places” like […]

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Immigrant Patriot

This historical novel by Craig Matthews is reminiscent of the sagas written by the likes of John Jakes, James Mitchner and Collen McCullough. What’s especially wonderful about this book is that it’s based on Matthews’ own family. The stories that unfold are like a gentle weaving of family threads on their unique, but intertwined journeys […]

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The Shadow Box

Claire Beaudry Chase fails to arrive at her showing at the art gallery owned by her friend, Kate Woodward. But her husband, politician and state’s attorney, Griffin Chase is already there, busily gladhanding with his constituents as if nothing is amiss. After spying Claire’s controversial shadowbox piece, Fingerbone, he purchases it, breaks protocol by hastily […]

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False Light

Senior investigative reporter, Sanford “Fuse” Petty has been put on leave from his D.C. newspaper, Capital Incursion due to a disciplinary investigation. The real reason? He’s hitting too close to home in his work to uncover the truth behind a Running Dog’s founder’s mysterious suicide. Now with time on his hands and injustice-fueled angst in […]

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Author Q&A with Meghan P. Browne

Meghan P. Browne was born and raised in Austin, Texas. She left her beloved Lone Star State to attend the University of Arizona in Tucson, the land of saguaro cacti, the loveliest winters, and gorgeous Santa Catalina Mountains. After graduation, Meghan returned home to Austin and the bluebonnets and blue skies of her childhood where […]

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Strategic Impact: A Leader’s Three-Step Framework for the Customized Vital Strategic Plan

Here’s another catchy phrase that business leaders like to throw around—strategic planning. Yet, the ones who really get it and see its value are the leaders who’ve taken their business to great heights. And there’s the critical difference. You can say you’re doing this, or you can really do this and mean it. Your team […]

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No Safe Secret

Those who love romances with a deeply integrated, contemporary and compelling storyline are probably already fans of Fern Michaels. She’s been a best-selling author for quite some time and for a reason—her stories draw you in. The female protagonists often share a very real arc with readers, or someone they know, and that is what […]

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Book Craft with Marika Flatt

If you’re an author and want to grow your book sales, you need to meet Marika Flatt, book publicist extraordinaire. After years of experience working as a book publicist for a literary firm, Marika and her husband, Doug, launched PR by the Book in 2002, capitalizing on her love of media & books. Marika is […]

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