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It doesn’t matter if you’re heading to a tropical island or putting your feet in the backyard wading pool—you need the perfect summer read. Here are six sizzling new releases to help you soak up every minute of the season. Grab your sunscreen, sunglasses, and one (or all) of these hot new books today.
Scott and Jennifer Tasker of North Metro Martial Arts in Smyrna are focused on changing the lives of children and families in our community through their non-profit mentoring program Kicking For Kids, proudly proclaiming, “we are building strong roots in our community and loving every minute of it.”
Eat, Drink, and Celebrate the Season (Perimeter North, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, and Smyrna Vinings Lifestyle magazines October 2020)
Shorter, colder days bring comfort meal cravings and the upcoming holiday season means we are beginning to look for new menu and entertaining ideas. From hosting lavish celebrations to enjoying quiet evenings at home, these cookbook releases are the perfect kitchen companions.
Are you ready to escape to a far off destination but your 2020 travel plans have been cancelled, altered, or put on hold? The coronavirus pandemic has brought about changes in our community and the world, but we can still hold on to the joy of relaxing and reading a book under the summer sun. This year you may not be diving into a crowded swimming pool, but you can still dive into a hot summer read. From nail-biting suspense novels to exciting European adventures, you’re sure to find a well deserved mental vacation between the pages of these newly released novels.
This summer may look a bit different from years past in terms of travel and social gatherings, but one escape remains the same—the magical mental vacation we can find between the pages of a book. Whether you like nail-biting suspense novels, stories of exciting outdoor adventures, or feel-good fiction, we’ve got a list for you. Here are a few new releases you should tuck in your beach bag, bring to your backyard, or simply enjoy on the comfort of your couch. Kick back, grab a cool drink, and escape into one of these hot summer reads.
We can all agree, summer looks a lot different this year. Shelter in place orders are gradually lifting and we are taking new precautions for navigating the world outside our homes. Tourists aren’t descending on amusement parks and vacation destinations at the same rate as in previous years, and summer traditions like pool parties, festivals, and travel have been postponed or cancelled. In the midst of all this change, one thing remains the same—you can still transport yourself through the pages of a book.
The concepts of zero waste, sustainability, and green living are sometimes so complicated that you may ask yourself “but how can I make a difference?” Incorporating sustainable living practices into your everyday life doesn’t have to be difficult. Packed full of straightforward answers and accurate information, these new releases can advise and inspire you to eat more consciously, travel more mindfully, easily reduce waste, and create greener homes and cities.
Are you looking to cook up a culinary masterpiece, create your own customized board game, or curl up with some cozy novels this holiday season? Whatever your winter mood, we have the perfect new releases for giving as gifts or adding to your own collection.
Willamette Valley herbalist shares recipes for improving wellness
The House That Wasn’t a Home
A house purchase intended to symbolize a family’s rise results in its fall in Ann Patchett’s latest novel, The Dutch House
by Rhiannon Johnson
In August and September some of our Colorado authors will be releasing an amazing assortment of hot new thrillers, informative books about breweries and bugs, and beautiful design and decor advice guides—just to name a few! We encourage you to support these local authors by pre-ordering their upcoming releases from your favorite local or online bookstore. Pre-ordering helps authors by showing bookstores that there is a demand for their book and the stores then tend to stock more copies for readers to purchase.
Most parents are familiar with the negotiations involved in choosing a new pet, but Jessie Hartland puts a clever spin on the situation with a child’s very unique pet choice.
The kids are out of school and your summer schedule is likely filled with travel plans, pool parties, and fun summer activities. If you are looking for the perfect books to add to your suitcase or beach bag, we have some suggestions for everyone in your family.