Trade Review Roundup: Week of October 1
We are happy to share trade reviews for titles across all of our imprints. Read below for all the details!
Publisher's Weekly reviewed The Only Woman in the Room by Marie Benedict:
Marie Benedict is the author of The Other Einstein and Carnegie’s Maid. She is a lawyer with more than ten years’ experience as a litigator at two of the country’s premier law firms and for Fortune 500 companies.
Visit her online at authormariebenedict.com.
Publisher's Weekly reviewed Trailblazer by Anna Schmidt:
Award-winning author Anna Schmidt delights in creating stories where her characters must wrestle with the challenges of their times. Critics have consistently praised Schmidt for the reality of her characters—exposing their flaws as well as their strengths as she delivers strong tales of hope and love in the face of seemingly insurmountable obstacles. She resides in Wisconsin and Florida.
Visit her online at joschmidtauthor.com and on Twitter @JoSchmidtauthor.
Publisher's Weekly reviewed My Forever Home by Debbie Burns:
Debbie Burns lives in St. Louis with her family, two phenomenal rescue dogs, and a somewhat tetchy Maine coon cat who everyone loves anyway. Her hobbies include hiking, gardening, and daydreaming, which, of course, always leads to new story ideas.
Debbie’s writing commendations include a Starred Review from Publishers Weekly and a Top Pick from RT Book Reviews for A New Leash on Love, as well as first-place awards for short stories, flash fiction, and longer selections.
You can find her on Instagram and Twitter (@_debbieburns), on Facebook (facebook.com/authordebbieburns), and at authordebbieburns.com.
Publisher's Weekly reviewed You Had Me at Cowboy by Jennie Marts:
Jennie Marts is the USA Today bestselling author of award-winning books filled with love, laughter, and always a happily ever after. Readers call her books “laugh out loud” funny and the “perfect mix of romance, humor, and steam.” Fic Central claimed one of her books was “the most fun I’ve had reading in years.”
She is living her own happily ever after in the mountains of Colorado with her husband, two dogs, and a parakeet that loves to tweet to the oldies. She’s addicted to Diet Coke, adores Cheetos, and believes you can’t have too many books, shoes, or friends.
Her books include the contemporary western romances of the Cowboys of Creedence and the Hearts of Montana series, the cozy mysteries of The Page Turners series, the hunky hockey-playing men in the Bannister Brothers Books, and the small-town romantic comedies in the Cotton Creek Romance series.
Jennie loves to hear from readers. Follow her on Facebook at Jennie Marts Books, or Twitter at @JennieMarts. Visit her at www.jenniemarts.com and sign up for her newsletter to keep up with the latest news and releases.
Publisher's Weekly reviewed The 30-Day Money Cleanse by Ashley Feinstein Gerstley:
Ashley Feinstein Gerstley is an investment banker turned certified life coach with a degree in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. It is her mission to start a new conversation about personal finance and improve people’s relationships with money.
Visit her online at thefiscalfemme.com and on Twitter @TheFiscalFemme.
BookPage reviewed Couldn't Ask for More by Kianna Alexander:
Like any good Southern belle, Kianna Alexander wears many hats: loving wife, doting mama, advice-dispensing sister, and gabbing girlfriend. She's a voracious reader, an amateur seamstress and occasional painter in oils. Chocolate, American history, sweet tea and Idris Elba are a few of her favorite things. A native of the TarHeel state, Kianna still lives there with her husband, two kids, and a collection of well-loved vintage 80's Barbie dolls.
For more about Kianna and her books, visit her website at: authorkiannaalexander.com.
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