Wendy Walker’s mesmerizing novel ALL IS NOT FORGOTTEN was launched this week with an abundance of endorsements on ‘must read’ lists and rave reviews from Real Simple, EW.com, Bustle, and Redbook. People calls it ‘Twisty and Spellbinding’. And what a thrill to see Reese Witherspoon post this to her 6.5 million followers on Instagram! Have you read it? What did you think?
I‘m so proud of The Fatherless Daughter Project by Denna Babul and Karin Smithson. For the millions of fatherless daughters, or love a fatherless daughter, this book is life changing. The authors’ fierce courage and dedication is an inspiration.
“ This brilliant book provides solace and deep insight, and will give enormous comfort to any woman who has lost this important figure in her life.” – Claire Bidwell Smith, author of The Rules of Inheritance and After This
“ The Fatherless Daughter Project is a soulful guide to overcoming pain and loss. This book clears the pathway for life-changing recovery and deep personal growth.” – Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times Bestselling author of Miracles Now
You’ve probably heard Rob Schmitz’s fascinating reporting from China on Marketplace. Inspired by his enormously popular series Street of Eternal Happiness, this new book is out today and getting fantastic, well-deserved praise including the New York Times Book Review. And this Q&A as well. We are so proud to be associated with this fantastic, important new book.
What’s in a name? Now we know, thanks to Wade Rouse, in this fabulous essay in PW.
We are thrilled to see our ‘west of the Mississippi’ authors Claire Bidwell Smith and Shanna Mahin (who served as a judge) at the PEN Center USA’s 25th Annual Literary Awards Festival, held at the Beverly Whilshire Hotel. What a fun night! The Lifetime Achievement award was given to Francis Ford Coppola.
The Gluten Free Revolution by Jax Lowell has been honored by Booklist as one of the ‘Top 10 Food Books of 2015’ alongside legendary chefs/writers
Alice Waters, Mario Batali, Bobby Flay, Ruth Reichel, and Mark Bittman. What a thrill and an honor.
H.I.P. Lit presents “Très Brooklyn,” a Parisian-themed evening of readings, conversation, and mingling. Starring Brooklyn-based authors Angie Niles (Bright Lights Paris), Courtney Maum (I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You), and Julie Orringer (The Invisible Bridge) who have drawn inspiration from The City of Lights. Moderated by H.I.P Lit curators and publishing professionals Erin Harris, Brittney Inman Canty and Kim Perel, the event features book signings, raffle prizes, refreshments, music and more.
Check out the link below for more details on how to attend Très Brooklyn!