In 2006, at the age of twenty-five, Liz Clark set sail, alone, from Santa Barbara to the South Pacific. Her memoir spans the next ten years of sailing and surfing and is delineated by time, place, and nautical miles traveled.
In this memoir, Dumas tells her story with honesty and without judgement. Readers will be drawn in by this family’s determination to embrace a skeptical country.
Myquillyn Smith’s 2021 release beautifully encourages readers to strive for a balance between minimalism’s all-encompassing benefits and cozy’s comfort and charm.
Heather Harpham Kopp is not afraid to ask the untouchable questions. She has a solid understanding of Biblical truths, yet she is courageous enough to voice raw fears about how her understanding of God plays out in the life she is “supposed” to live as a “good Christian.”
In The Power of Writing It Down, Allison Fallon promotes the idea of writing down our thoughts as an essential way to navigate life.
Released earlier this year, Everything Will Be Okay is Dana Perino’s no-nonsense guide for young women looking to reframe their thinking, believe in themselves, and take risks.
Drawing from interviews, official records, private archives, and his own family history, Jason Colby tells the exhilarating and heartbreaking story of how people came to love an icon of the Pacific Northwest.
In the Company of Women profiles over 100 creative women from all ages, races, backgrounds, and industries.
This sweet story follows the life of Peep-Sight, a Gambel’s quail who unexpectedly became part of the Plummer family while they lived in suburban Las Vegas in the early 1970s.