All posts by Jill Marsal

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Horticulturalist Karen Hugg’s LEAF YOUR TROUBLES BEHIND: HOW TO DESTRESS AND GROW HAPPINESS THROUGH PLANTS, taking the science of nature’s healing effects one step further by giving readers an easy-to-follow system with hands-on exercises for boosting well-being via the green world.

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Melissa Daimler’s RE-CULTURING, which synthesizes two decades of original research and practitioner experience into a playbook for the modern workplace by rebooting diluted definitions of corporate culture into an ongoing practice that helps both employees and organizations become successful.

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Joanna Schaffhausen’s NEXT BOOK IN THE ANNALISA VEGA series, in which Detective Annalisa Vega hunts the killer of a P.I. and is shocked when her brother’s name turns up on the man’s client list.

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Nichole Severn’s next books in the BATTLE MOUNTAIN series, in which only the Battle Mountain Police Department can defend their hometown from the onslaught of crime closing in, but while these officers are more than qualified to protect their way of life, they’re far from capable of protecting their own hearts, in a 4-book deal.

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Visiting Professor of Practice, Department of Natural Resources & the Environment, Cornell University Michael Webster’s THE RESCUE EFFECT: HOW NATURE SAVES LIFE FROM EXTINCTION AND HOW WE CAN HELP, an optimistic exploration of nature, science, and the tough choices facing people about the future of life on earth.

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Sasha Summers SWEETER THAN HONEY, in which a small-town beekeeper is determined to save her beekeeping farm while learning family secrets and going toe-to-toe with the one man who gets under her skin and holds the fate of her family’s apiary in his hands, in a 3-book deal.

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1 WSJ and #1 Amazon Charts bestselling author Melinda Leigh’s HER SECOND DEATH, the prequel short story to her bestselling novel, Cross Her Heart, in which Philadelphia Detective Bree Taggert’s investigation of a shooting death turns urgent when the victim’s young daughter disappears.

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Noue Kirwan’s debut LONG PAST SUMMER, a second-chance romance set in New York City and the small, fictional Southern town of Harmon, Georgia, in which a successful lawyer must defend her ex-boyfriend in a lawsuit involving his ex-wife, a high-profile fashion magazine, and the misuse of an old photograph, in a 2-book deal.

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Penny Haw’s ALEEN, pitched as ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL meets THE ONLY WOMAN IN THE ROOM , which tells the extraordinary story of English aristocrat, Aleen Cust who defied society and her family—who had close ties to Queen Victoria—and battled patriarchy to train as Britain’s first woman veterinary surgeon in 1900, in a 2-book deal.