Sharley's Lessons by R.K. Vetter
Released: Feb. 26, 2016

"Though it bathes the past in a rose-colored light, this novel delivers a lively glimpse of supposedly simpler times."
Vetter (Poo Skadoo, 2015, etc.) offers a nostalgic look at two Iowa friends in her latest work of YA historical fiction. Read full book review >
The Casual Mentor by Hank Hoppin
Released: Dec. 14, 2015

"A worthy book about building closer relationships between management and frontline staff through casual mentoring."
Hoppin argues that informal mentoring programs are far more effective than organized, human resources-mandated workplace systems. Read full book review >

The Finite Woman by Mark Salamon

"An ambitious, insightful novel about two damaged people struggling to overcome their pasts."
A complex psychological tale examines grief and unlikely redemption. Read full book review >
The Healer by Emma Sargent
Released: Dec. 28, 2015

"A rambling discussion, redeemed by its intriguing spiritual ideas and sprinklings of practical advice."
A client of an Australian healer shares insights from him as well as her own musings in this debut spirituality guide. Read full book review >
The Oath by Stephen Robert Stein
Released: Dec. 19, 2014

"A vivid, multilayered tale that focuses on doctors in Auschwitz and their fates after the war."
A debut novel about the Holocaust explores the role of physicians. Read full book review >

Redfall: Fight for Survival by Jay J. Falconer
Released: Jan. 16, 2016

"Solid action but a dystopia left unexplored—though later series entries are primed to do just that."
An intelligence expert teams up with survivalists when a bizarre weather event prefaces a plan to stir up chaos among American citizens in this techno-thriller. Read full book review >
Dear Daughter by Bernie Donnelly
Released: March 2, 2016

"An account of a compelling man whose life story merits a longer, more in-depth telling."
This debut work of "creative nonfiction" relates an Irish entrepreneur's tumultuous professional and personal life. Read full book review >
Corporate Prisoner by J. Paul Kingston
Released: Feb. 11, 2016

"Dramatic testimony and useful guidance about the art and anguish of career management."
A former bank vice president shares his corporate travails, his transition to self-employment, and general business advice in this debut memoir and self-help guide. Read full book review >
True Born by L.E. Sterling
Released: May 3, 2016

"A sometimes-riveting sci-fi series opener featuring multidimensional characters and an exciting, if violent, climax."
A dystopian YA novel in which sheltered twins realize that their world's problems are more personal than they ever imagined. Read full book review >
Thrive by K. Chayne
Released: May 10, 2016

"An elegantly written, passionately presented, cleverly organized guide to pursuing a healthy and responsible life."
A debut book offers a comprehensive approach to living an "environmentally conscious" life. Read full book review >
Queer Rock Love by Paige Schilt
Released: Aug. 13, 2015

"A well-balanced, soul-searching family memoir with broad appeal."
In this LGBTQ memoir, a teacher and activist relates the changes, challenges, and joys of her marriage to a trans-identified psychotherapist/rock 'n' roller. Read full book review >
A Northern Gentleman by Lane Everett
Released: July 15, 2015

"An inspiring tale of a quest for purpose, perfect for fans of Western fiction."
A debut historical novel about a privileged young man in the 19th century who forsakes his fortune in search of a new identity. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Marilu Henner
April 26, 2016

After they’d been dating only a short while, and as they were falling in love, Marilu Henner and Michael Brown were hit with the ultimate bad news: Michael was diagnosed with cancer. Refusing traditional care, they pieced together a personal and holistic view on battling his cancer, all while forging an unbreakable bond. In this moving and informative book, Marilu pulls back the curtain on how they dealt with the blow. She relates her holistic perspective on health—including the superfoods, exercises, and immunotherapy they used to fight back—and why a diagnosis doesn’t have to be the end of romance or of a happy and fulfilling life. “An inspiring love story wrapped in a serious call for new ways to treat disease,” our reviewer writes. View video >