Forbes contributor Zack Friedman’s THE SWITCH, offering straight talk advice on how to stop settling, chasing and making excuses so you can lead the life you want — and sharing the secret five internal “switches” that you must flip to help you become more daring and innovative to drive happiness, success and fulfillment in your life.
Vivian Conroy’s Stationery Shop Mystery, about paper crafter Delta Douglas realizing her dream by becoming co-owner of her best friend’s stationery shop WANTED! in picturesque Tundish, Montana but when murder crashes their Glitter Galore workshop and her friend’s brother is arrested, Delta enlists the quirky Paper Posse and retired K9 Spud to track the real killer, in a 3-book deal.
Regina Kyle’s first book in her MEDITERRANEAN MILLIONAIRES series, in which an Italian restaurateur escapes to his family’s beach house for some quiet, private time on the anniversary of his fiancee’s death, only to find that his meddling nonna has rented it to a sexy American interior decorator running from her own personal trainwreck.
Tyler Anne Snell’s the Nash Siblings series, in which four siblings working and living in small-town Tennessee fight to protect their ranch, their hometown, and the people they love.
Julie Anne Lindsey’s Cider Shop Mystery, when a body is found in the apple press of a Blue Ridge Mountain orchard, a determined resident sets out to clear her family’s name, get justice for the victim and save the family orchard in time for Christmas, but gains the killer’s attention in the process.
Journalist Kaitlin Ugolik’s THE FUTURE OF FEELING: Building Empathy in a Tech-Obsessed World exploring the relationship between empathy and technology and offering an approachable, on-the-ground look at the teachers, doctors, entrepreneurs, journalists and scientists working to ensure that we continue to coexist with machines without becoming them and the fascinating ways new technology is actually helping to promote empathy.
Alexandra Solomon’s RECLAIMING SEXY: THE EMPOWERED WOMAN’S GUIDE TO MOVING BEYOND HOOKUPS AND INTO SEXUAL SELF-AWARENESS, empowering twenty-something women to cultivate sexual self-awareness in order to move beyond hookup culture and low accountability dating to create sexual experiences that honor the physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual self.
USA Today bestselling author May McGoldrick’s HIGHLAND CROWN, the first in a new trilogy in which, with the Radical War of 1820 and the impending visit of the newly crowned British king as a backdrop, three extraordinary women in the Highlands of Scotland find courage to defy the world at a tumultuous moment when a new Scottish identity will be forged or a political assassination will divide a nation forever.
David Avrin’s Why Customers Leave (and How to Win Them Back) offering a frank and unabashed expose of frustrating and maddening company policies, procedures and behaviors that inadvertanly drive customers into the arms of their competitors and revealing why companies do it, why their customers hate it and offering better alternatives to engage and retain valuable customers and clients.
Harper Kincaid’s LOVE IN REAL LIFE, a romantic comedy about a hopeless romantic who chews out a gaming company for killing her favorite video game with new in-game anti-relationship rules and ends up working side-by-side with the sexy (and grouchy) billionaire developer himself in a competition to prove whose world-view is more fun, in a 2-book deal.