This emotional self-help read is one for people who no matter how overwhelmed they truly are, always put on a brave face. Wintsch teaches women to embrace their vulnerabilities, set reachable goals and to find the middle-ground between suffering and struggling in Slay Like A Mother
Mothers aren’t at war with other mothers, argues Katherine Wintsch, they’re at war with themselves. The debut author, a corporate consultant who conducts global research on the lives of mothers, asks women in her workshops to write down the last terrible thing they said to themselves. They frequently fill up multiple sheets of paper with examples from that day, even when Ms. Wintsch is asking them at 10 a.m. --Ellen Gamerman, Wall Street Journal
We are happy to share trade reviews for books across all of our imprints this week. Click "Read more" below to read more about the reviews and the authors.
We are happy to share trade reviews for titles across all of our imprint this week. Click "Read more" to learn more about the reviews and authors.
We are happy to share trade reviews for titles across all of our imprints this week. Click "Read More" below for more about the books, the authors, and the reviews.
Hello and happy holidays from your friends at Sourcebooks! This holiday season, why not escape the hustle-bustle, and curl up with a festive holiday beverage and a great read? Who needs sugar-plums? These book-beverage pairings are the stuff holiday dreams are made of…
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The Radium Girls by Kate Moore and The Gross Cookbook by Susanna Tee are on the 2019 Texas Topaz Nonfiction Reading List
Flat Broke with Two Goats by Jennifer McGaha impacted significantly after being chosen as OverDrive's Big Library Read
We are happy to share that December 9, 2018 is the 20th anniversary of the first appearance by a Sourcebooks title on the New York Times bestsellers list!
In December of 1998, We Interrupt This Broadcast by Joe Garner, with CDs narrated by Bill Kurtis, appeared on the Hardcover Nonfiction list.
In 1998 Sourcebooks was still a very small publisher, with no concept that making the New York Times list was even possible — or how one found out about it. That fall, we shipped thousands of copies of We Interrupt This Broadcast (a $45 value, complete with CDs) and the enthusiasm about the book by our bookselling partners was incredible.
On a late Wednesday afternoon in December, a bookstore called us to say we had made the New York Times bestseller list. They emphasized that "we" had made the list, which was fitting then and now: the Sourcebooks team includes our authors, of course, and it also includes our partners and champions in the bookselling and librarian communities. They are the folks who are boots-on-the-ground during the holiday season, working tirelessly to put just the right book in the right reader’s hands. We applaud them – we’re proud to be on a team together.
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