Makenna Lee’s THE FORTUNES OF TEXAS 2023: BOOK FOUR, when bartender Damon Maloney Fortune becomes an instant millionaire, he plans to use his newfound riches to live up the single life, but after meeting single mom Sari Keeling and boasting he can handle any kid, she dares him to take care of her two toddlers for a day, and he discovers that parenthood is tougher than he thought—and so is resisting Sari.
PitchWars alum Jessica Lepe’s debut TWEET HEART, in which a shy and depressed high school guidance counselor uses her wildly popular, anonymous Twitter account to share all the thoughts she can’t say aloud, only to discover that the hot new history teacher is also her online persona’s favorite fan—leading her to realize that maybe standing out isn’t so bad after all, in a two-book deal.
Amazon Charts bestselling author Jess Lourey’s tentatively titled “Catch Her in the Lie”, introducing BCA cold case agents Evangeline Reed and Harry Steinbeck as they follow a vacationing mother and daughter with troubling ties to a serial killer to Costa Rica.
Author of Arsenic and Adobo Mia P. Manansala’s next book in the Tita Rosie’s Kitchen Mystery series, MURDER AND MAMON, in which a small-town Filipino American baker pries into the lives of her three godmothers after one of their nieces is killed to find out who has a vendetta against the notoriously nosy aunties.
Dr. Melba Pattillo Beals’ WARRIORS DON’T CRY, which tells the story of the courageous Little Rock 9 Black students who helped end school segregation in the South, optioned to Kapital Entertainment for a limited series at Apple TV+.
Valona Jones’s SNUFFED OUT, in which Savannah’s psychic candlemaker, Tabby Winslow, risks all to clear her shop clerk of a murder charge.
Columbia University professor Asha Saxena’s THE AI FACTOR, showing businesses how to reinvent themselves for the 21st Century using the transformative potential of tools like artificial intelligence (AI) and Big Data, and drawing on more than twenty years of research and real-world experience, to teach business leaders how to understand the data they already have and how to use it innovatively to grow their business—not only to gather data but to strategically unlock its transformative potential.
Matt Spielman’s INFLECTION POINTS – HOW TO WORK AND LIVE WITH PURPOSE: IDENTIFY WHAT MATTERS AND USE YOUR GPS* TO ACHIEVE IT, providing an accessible, clear and time-tested roadmap to ignite one’s career and energize one’s life.
Jamie Della’s BOX OF MAGICK, a journey of personal development and spiritual awakening through Witchcraft and conversations with nature and the cosmos.
Lexie Cooper’s HOW THE MURDER CRUMBLES, in which a cookie bouquet baker gets caught up in the murder of a prickly food blogger, who had accused the baker of stealing a cookie recipe, and learns that small-town secrets run deep and sometimes deadly.