Margaret H. Greenberg & Gina Greenlee’s THE BUSINESS OF RACE, written by two business women, one black and one white, in which they tackle the emotionally charged, polarizing and deeply complex dynamic of race in the workplace using a business/asset-based lens rather than a social justice/deficit-based lens.
Camille DiMaio’s historical WWII novel, in which three women navigate homefront life while working at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, but when one of them falls for an overseas soldier she’s been corresponding with, a course is set for secrets, revelations, and the power of friendship and love.
Bree Baker’s PARTNERS IN LIME, book six in the Seaside Cafe Mystery series, in which a seaside iced tea shop owner attempts to clear a friend of murder, but gains the killer’s attention in the process, in a 2-book deal.
Anne Harper’s next book in THE ACCIDENTALLY VIRAL series, in which a woman gives the town’s most eligible bachelor thirty days to convince her to date him after her last whirlwind romance ended in a viral disaster.
Rachel Howzell Hall’s LAND OF SHADOWS, SKIES OF ASH, TRAIL OF ECHOES, AND CITY OF SAVIORS, optioned to Lionsgate Television.
Martin Limon’s WAR WOMEN, in response to systematic abuse, a squad of female soldiers take up arms and stage a mutiny but soon must decide whether to pursue their quest for justice or protect their fellow American soldiers when an attack by North Korean commandoes threatens war.
Huge congratulations to Candice Iloh, whose debut YA novel EVERY BODY LOOKING has been named a finalist for the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature!
Customer experience and leadership expert Jon Picoult’s FROM IMPRESSED TO OBSESSED: 12 PRINCIPLES FOR TURNING CUSTOMERS AND EMPLOYEES INTO LIFE-LONG FANS, describing the proven, science-based techniques that legendary companies use to turn more sales prospects into customers, and more customers into loyal brand advocates.
NYT and USA Today bestselling author Ginny Baird’s ON CHRISTMAS AVENUE, about a big-city fundraising expert who plans a parade to help a struggling small town and butts heads with the sheriff, who fears she might bankrupt Clark Creek rather than save it.
Author of BECOMING BONNIE and SIDE BY SIDE Jenni L. Walsh’s A BETTING WOMAN, a historical novel based on the colorful life and loves of “Madame Moustache,” America’s first blackjack dealer, who forged her way in a man’s world during the California gold rush, to Nancy Cleary at Wyatt-MacKenzie, for publication in summer 2021.