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March 4, 2020

5+ Books to Read for Women’s History Month »

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March is Women’s History Month, a time to acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of women to American history. While this blog post could go on and on about our favorite books featuring strong and powerful women, we limited our selection to five from our newest imprint, Amberjack Publishing. …

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February 28, 2020

Phantom Lady – Interview with Christina Lane »

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Phantom Lady is the first biography of Joan Harrison, one of the most influential women of Hollywood's golden era, the woman who, working behind the scenes, shaped the screen style of Alfred Hitchcock. In 1933, Joan Harrison was a twenty-six-year-old former salesgirl with a dream of escaping both h…

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February 26, 2020

Strugatsky Brothers Timeline »

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The Strugatsky brothers were the most famous and popular Russian science fiction writers of the Soviet era. While many of their books were translated into English in their lifetimes, they have long since gone out of print. Since 2012, we have been publishing newly translated editions of these legend…

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February 21, 2020

Spring Book Preview »

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Punxsutawney Phil promised us that spring is right around the corner, so we’ve rounded up our top titles from the upcoming season to help you power through these last few days of winter as you look forward to sunnier days.

 



All This Marvelous Potential: For those who will be spendi…

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February 19, 2020

3 Activities for the Young Environmental Activist – from Rachel Carson and Ecology for Kids »

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Rachel Carson was an American biologist, conservationist, science and nature writer, and catalyst of the modern environmental movement. She studied biology in college at a time when few women entered the sciences, and then worked as a biologist and information specialist for the US government and wr…

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February 12, 2020

Galentine’s Day – Excerpt from Full Support »

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This Galentine's Day, be sure to take some time to bond with your female friends! And don't forget to send your support and encouragement to those acquaintances you might not know as well. For some tips on how to "support" any gal in your life, check out this excerpt from Full Support, a memoir from…

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February 10, 2020

Salt the Snow – Interview with Carrie Callaghan »

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Based on the life of one of the first female war correspondents, Salt the Snow by Carrie Callaghan tells the captivating tale of trailblazing American journalist Milly Bennett in 1930s Moscow. When her young Russian husband is suddenly arrested by the secret police, Milly tries to get him released. …

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February 5, 2020

8 Must-Read Books that Deserve their Own Oscars »

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In the lead up to the Oscars this Sunday, February 9, we’re awarding a few of our books in some fitting categories.

Congratulations to all of our winning authors and nominees (every single one of our books) for writing such fantastic books, uncovering essential bits of history, and shining a li…

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February 3, 2020

10 Books Everyone Should Read for Black History Month »

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For Black History Month, we've rounded up an essential list of must-read books, covering themes of social justice, music, feminism, science, poetry, and more, and featuring pivotal figures and moments of black history.

In the comments below, let us know what additional books you'd add to the list…

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January 29, 2020

Horoscope Readings: 12 Perfect Books for Every Air Zodiac Sign »

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Horoscope Readings: 12 Perfect Books for Every Air Zodiac Sign

By Allison Felus

Air signs! Are they the easiest to poke fun at in the whole zodiac or what? Luckily, being brainy, chatty, and weird, they’re totally in on the joke—and have probably heard at least two variations on your bon m…

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