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Alone on the Shield
To be reviewed on November 1, 2017 by ForeWord Reviews
ForeWord Reviews calls Alone on the Shield, “A compelling mixture of adventure and romance...a tightly focused novel that deftly speaks to growing older and the struggle for understanding.” 
Screen Schooled
Reviewed on October 9, 2017 by Washington Post
A reviewer from the Washington Post exclaims, “I am deluged with education books, but [Screen Schooled] was hard to put down.” Read the full review here!
Maximum Volume
Reviewed on October 6, 2017 by Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal eagerly dives into the story of 'Big George' and The Beatles—read the review of Maximum Volume here!
Sunken Gold, The
Reviewed on October 6, 2017
Joseph A. Williams, author of The Sunken Gold, gives an amazing interview to The History Channel Online, spilling the beans about a secret $10 million treasure sitting off the coast of Ireland--Read it in full here
Mastering Stand-Up
Reviewed on October 4, 2017
Author of Mastering Stand-Up Stephen Rosenfield has the true insider tips on becoming a killer comedian--Read some of them here on The Guardian!
Alone on the Shield
Reviewed on October 1, 2017 by Kirkus Reviews
Kirkus Reviews says author Kirk Landers, “clearly knows and loves the Boundary Waters, and he admirably captures the drama and beauty of the wild landscape” in Alone on the Shield. 
Alone on the Shield
Reviewed on October 1, 2017 by Booklist
Booklist calls Alone on the Shield, “absorbing from beginning to end, one of those precious tales that manages to be both a page-turner and a thoughtful novel of great depth and resonance.” 
Maximum Volume
Reviewed on September 9, 2017 by praised Maximum Volume as a biography that reveals some of George Martin's deepest secrets.
Hemingway at Eighteen
Reviewed on September 1, 2017 by Booklist
Booklist says author Steve Paul, "provides generous insight into the paper and the city, and his expert interest in Hemingway parallels his fond appreciation for [the newsroom]."
Reviewed on September 1, 2017 by Booklist
Booklist featured Balance in a starred review, calling it "thoroughly informative and engaging," and exclaiming, "Svec's 'dizzying journey' maps a crucial, too-little understood aspect of health and well-being."
Fine Art Adventures
Reviewed on August 28, 2017 by Publishers Weekly
Publishers Weekly exclaims Fine Art Adventures, "smartly emphasizes how inspiration can take an artist down surprising paths." 
Monday Starts on Saturday
Reviewed on August 28, 2017 by Publishers Weekly
In their new starred review, Publishers Weekly raves that Monday Starts on Saturday, "is highly enjoyable and impossible to compare to any other work."