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Gazelle in the Shadows by Michelle Peach

Gazelle in the Shadows is a historical thriller by Michelle Peach. The novel takes place in Syria and is largely based on her real life experiences. Michelle Peach graduated from Durham University in 1995 with a B.A. in Arabic with Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies. During 1992, she spent her second year of college studying…

 

How to Use Influencer Marketing to Increase Book Sales

The number of people searching Google for the phrase influencer marketing has more than tripled over the last year. Many companies (and authors) have discovered that influencer marketing can be a cost-effective way to build brand awareness, drive online conversions, and increase sales.  If you want to increase your book sales through influencer marketing, here…

 

Real Food for Pregnancy

Lily Nichols is a Registered Dietitian, specialist in prenatal nutrition, and best-selling author. In her latest book Real Food for Pregnancy, Lily Nichols, takes prenatal nutrition advice out of the dark ages and provides an easy-to-follow guide for making the best food and lifestyle choices during pregnancy. Short version of what is covered in the book: -Most prenatal nutrition advice is…

 

365 Days of Happiness: Because happiness is a piece of cake!

In 365 Days of Happiness, author, energy healer, and mindfulness teacher Jacqueline Pirtle has created a step-by-step guide to being happy. The book contains 365 short and sweet daily readings to inspire you live a happier life, one day at a time. Showing that you can put in work to change your life while also…

 

Why You Need a Publicist to Help Promote Your Cookbook

Don’t underestimate the power of PR. A publicist can bring a lot to the table. Perhaps you don’t expect to be the next Melissa Hartwig, but you are most likely working tirelessly to get noticed. You want to build your following and see your readers excited about your latest recipe. If you have a cookbook coming…

 

The Science of Sleep: What It Is, How It Works, and Why It Matters

We often hear that humans spend one third of their lives sleeping—and most of us would up that fraction if we could. Whether we’re curling up for a brief lunchtime catnap, catching a doze on a sunny afternoon, or clocking our solid eight hours at night, sleeping is normally a reliable way to rest our…

 

Understanding Antidepressants by Wallace B. Mendelson

About 16 million Americans experience a major depression each year, and at any given time about one in ten adults is taking antidepressants.  There are many different ones available, in what can seem like a bewildering variety. In this book, Dr. Mendelson makes sense of the many treatments for depression, and shows that understanding how…

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