Shannon Bradley-Colleary’s writing career began in 1998 when she sold her original feature, "The Lion Sleeps Tonight," to Warner Brothers Studios for Mark Canton and Jeff Robinov.
Shannon ... Read full author bio >
"Debut author Bradley-Colleary chronicles 40 weeks of pregnancy in this irreverent account ... her humor and warmth flow seamlessly from conception to birth in this well-written, snappy read. A hysterical account of pregnancy that will resonate with readers who've been through it before."
Columnist, Denise Malloy, is A Real Mother. It took her three months to figure out she was pregnant and not suffering from chronic food poisoning. She's been parentally challenged ... Read full author bio >
"A quick, lighthearted romp through the joys of motherhood as told by a real, honest and very funny mom."
An insistent patient (forthright and wordy) because she is one of five million people in America with bladder problems and wants to start a conversation. She likes to tell it ... Read full author bio >
"Lake’s debut offers a candid memoir of her experience with neurogenic bladder and a wealth of practical advice about coping with its daily complications."
BIOGRAPHY FOR ALAN ROBERT PROCTOR
Mr. Proctor’s poetry, fiction, and/or creative non-fiction have appeared in New Letters, Chautauqua, I-70 Review, Kansas City Voices, The Rockhurst Review, and Hanging ... Read full author bio >
Raised in Fairbanks, Alaska, Bryan Bailey grew to appreciate the wildness of the land and its abundant wildlife. In particular, he developed a fondness for the gray wolves that roamed ... Read full author bio >
"A convincing guide for dog owners as well as a memoir of instructive adventures set in nature."
Jean Juba has worked in twenty different countries for organizations that include the US Department of State Foreign Service, NGOs, and the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations.
With the publication ... Read full author bio >
"One woman’s deft, thoughtful account of Muslim-American and male-female relationships."
"Outlier, outlaw, outcast: The improbable scientific career of Tamer Elsayed"—Jeffrey Mervis, Science Magazine
"Elsayed has just self-published an autobiography, Inadmissible. It is not your usual story of a life ... Read full author bio >
"An intelligent, honestly written memoir of immigration."
Grady Harp, Amazon Hall of Fame, Top 100 Reviewers, “…one of best treatises about abuse that is on the market.”
I did everything society said to be happy. I got ... Read full author bio >
"The story has abuse at its center but its overarching tale of young women fighting to reconcile society's expectations with other desires also resonates.'
'However, the story's brutal emotional honesty is what keeps it moving."
Thank you! You’ll get the first email of recommendations from our critics within a week!
Bummer. There was a problem adding your email address. Please try again.
Subscribe to Pro Connect
Be the first to discover new talent!
Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert.
Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts.