During the last 10 years, we’ve been lucky sufficient to have some of probably the most exceptional shoppers. We love when our BookSparks shoppers are revealed by one of our two unimaginable imprints, SparkPress and She Writes Press. Each imprints are dedicated to shifting the needle for ladies in publishing by giving them more choices and methods to share their story.
In honor of #BookSparksTurns10, this month, we’re highlighting 10 of probably the most unimaginable showers of praise that our SparkPress and She Writes Press shoppers have earned—and giving our readers the chance to bathe their buddies with reward in the type of printable compliment playing cards!
The Stability Challenge by Susie Orman Schnall
“ . . . a fun, thought-provoking novel that features accomplished women struggling to juggle the many demands of their life.”
―Emily Giffin, #1 New York Occasions best-selling writer of The One & Solely and Something Borrowed
I’m the One Who Obtained Away by Andrea Jarrell
“…one of the most buzzed-about books of fall. If you’ve enjoyed memoirs about troubled childhoods (think Glass Castle), you’ll love this brave and vulnerable memoir ― the author’s first ― that touches on themes of family, love and survival.”
―In the present day Present
Swearing Off Stars by Danielle Wong
“A fiery page-turner that will leave you begging for more! 5 Stars!”
―Cynthia Brian, New York Occasions best-selling writer
Saturday’s Youngster by Deborah Burns
“A fascinating mother-daughter bond loaded with the realities of perfection, perception, identity, and the choices we make. An intergenerational story for the ages.”
―Rochelle Weinstein, USA At present best-selling writer of Someone’s Daughter
The Outskirts of Hope by Jo Ivester
“The Outskirts of Hope is a yesteryear tale (1967) that could not be more pertinent and helpful to the racially complex and perturbed time we are living in now.”
—Norman Lear, tv author and producer of All in the Family, One Day at a Time, and Sanford and Son
The Pink Sun by Alane Adams
“The Red Sun is a roller coaster ride of adventure, Norse mythology, magic and mayhem. Between Sam facing awesome villains in the magical realm of Orkney to teachers turning into lizards, I had the best time doing the voiceover for the audiobook. Don’t miss out on this terrific story!”
―Karan Brar, actor on Disney’s Jessie and Bunk’d
Uncovered by Leah Lax
“In Uncovered, Leah Lax tells a personal story that millions of women can recognize. All over the world are women whose bodies are covered, not by their own decision, but by one of the many patriarchal religions that by definition rule their wombs. Leah Lax lived that life, yet has the spirit, courage and honesty to tell her story. It’s been said that, if one woman told the truth, the world would split open. If others follow her, it just might.”
The Frontman by Ron Bahar
“In this funny, fresh, heartwarming debut novel, Bahar takes us back to a formative time and place, the late ’70s, early ’80s, when the sound of possibility was coming through the speakers of every dashboard, and introduces us to Ron, our hapless, earnest, lovelorn hero, struggling to come of age against the pressures to honor his Jewish heritage―in the Midwest.”
―Nicola Kraus, best-selling coauthor of The Nanny Diaries
The Alchemy of Noise by Lorraine Devon Wilke
“A powerful novel that wraps the love story of a mixed-race couple in a ‘ripped from the headlines’ narrative, The Alchemy of Noise is alternately touching, painful, sweet, and enraging. With its exploration of race and privilege and stunning, unexpected plot twists, it demands your attention from beginning to end.”
―Susie Singer Carter, award-winning filmmaker and screenwriter of My Mother & the Woman and Soul Surfer
As soon as You Go In by Carly Gelsinger
“Carly Gelsinger’s coming-of-age memoir is reminiscent of Judy Bloom’s Are You There God, It’s Me Margaret?, only this time our heroine prays for transformation by the Holy Spirit! At times, her Pentecostal experience is so bizarre, you will be convinced you’re reading fiction—but her adolescent journey is all too real. Carly exposes the truth about religious life, in that some things don’t instantly change with the laying on of hands. Transformation takes time, patience, and sometimes, a little bit of rebellious faith.”
—Jennifer Knapp, Grammy-nominated musician, writer of Dealing with the Music.
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