Thursday Book Review: “The Last Great Event”

This week’s featured book is a rock history title from Medina PublishingThe Last Great Event by Ray Foulk and Caroline Foulk is a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the last Isle of Wight Festival in 1970. Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis, the Who, Joan Baez, Richie Havens, Joni Mitchell, Procul Harem, the Doors, Leonard Cohen, the Moody Blues, and many more starts performed at the record-breaking music festival. Keep reading to see what reviews have said about The Last Great EventContinue reading “Thursday Book Review: “The Last Great Event””

#FridayReads: Seasons of War

This weekend, we’re all about historical fiction. The Seasons of War Quartet, by Amy Myers, follows four friends throughout their experiences during the First World War, beginning with the summer of 1914, just before the war begins, and ending . Now that all four titles are finally available, they’re the perfect weekend escape! Keep reading to learn about the four Seasons of War books.

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Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly Reviews

This month, several of our books from various publishers have been featured in Books Monthly’s book reviews! These historical fiction, mystery, true crime, genealogy, and history titles received wonderful reviews, and we’re excited to share them with you.

You can read the full September issue of Books Monthly here>>>

Keep reading to see what Books Monthly had to say about our titles.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly Reviews”

#FridayReads: Literary Fiction

If you’re looking for a book that will not only entertain, but make you think this weekend, we have the perfect list for you! From a look at issues of race, faith, and family in South Africa, to a story of disaffected youth in Ireland, these FridayReads will give you something to contemplate this weekend.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Literary Fiction”

Happy Read A Book Day!

Today is one of our favorite days of the year: Read A Book Day! In honor of this special occasion, we’ve decided to share some book recommendations with you. Here are some of our favorite recent arrivals, which you should definitely consider picking up for Read A Book DayContinue reading “Happy Read A Book Day!”

Food Friday: “Food and Farming in Prehistoric Britain”

Happy Labor Day Weekend!

This week, we’re excited to share a recipe from Fonthill Media‘s Food and Farming in Prehistoric Britain. You may be thinking, “Why in the world would I want to make prehistoric food?” but bear with us. This book actually has some great recipes, in addition to being a fascinating history of the dietary habits and lifestyle of Britain’s early inhabitants.  Continue reading “Food Friday: “Food and Farming in Prehistoric Britain””

Thursday Book Review: “I Don’t Want to Talk About It”

One of Choc Lit’s most recent releases, I Don’t Want to Talk About It by Jane Lovering, has received a ton of great reviews! We’re excited to share a few with you this week. Keep reading to see what readers think about I Don’t Want to Talk About It, and to learn more about the mysterious contemporary romance!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “I Don’t Want to Talk About It””

Author Will Attempt First Ever Transatlantic Standup Paddle Crossing

This November, Chris Bertish (author of Stoked!) will attempt to be the first person to cross the Atlantic Ocean on a standup paddle board (SUP). He’s doing this in support of South African children’s charities, the Lunchbox Fund and the Smile Foundation. You can learn more about how he plans to accomplish this seemingly impossible feat on his website.

Keep reading to check out a fascinating interview with Chris and learn more about his book, Stoked!…  Continue reading “Author Will Attempt First Ever Transatlantic Standup Paddle Crossing”

#FridayReads: Motivation & Inspiration

We can all use a bit of extra motivation when it comes to achieving our dreams. These two books from Liberties Press are here to help! Both written by persons with loads of experience in persevering towards their goals, or successfully presenting themselves to an audience, these are just the books  you need to start working towards your dream career: Continue reading “#FridayReads: Motivation & Inspiration”