Happy October, everyone! And what we really mean to say is “Happy sweater weather!”. We have heaps of great coverage to share from this past month, so without further ado…
Inc. featured an interview introducing women’s entrepreneurship thought leader Sage Lavine on her new book, Women Rocking Business.
Inc. also featured Sage in their roundup of work-from-home women who are making millions (and how they do it).
Writer Unboxed published Tabitha Lord’s article, “Indie Authors: Your Pub Date is Not as Important as You Think”.
Recruiter.com ran Sage Lavine’s article on how to start a business you love in celebration of American Business Women’s Day.
Spirituality & Health picked up Maria Polonchek’s inspiring article on how to help children experience the vital feeling of awe, even outside of a religious framework.
Pittsburgh’s NPR Station (WESA 90.5) Interviewed Christopher Kelly on how truly exceptional the citizen heroes of Flight 93 were in a historical context.
Seattle Book Review featured Christopher Kelly’s historical overview of battles on American soil, America Invaded.
Fab After Fifty interviewed Dorah Blume on how creativity has no expiration date, and how she published her first novel as a septuagenarian.
The Daily Caller ran Christopher Kelly’s article remembering the “citizen warriors” of flight 93.
Lawrence Journal World covered Maria Polonchek’s launch event for her memoir In Good Faith, held in her longtime home of Lawrence, KS. Congrats, Maria! (we love launch coverage).
This Week in America interviewed author Christopher Kelly on the untold history of the United States.
Girl Who Reads dubbed Dorah Blume’s Botticelli’s Muse an “engaging historical novel”.
Just a BX Mom raved about Melanie Merriman’s Holding the Net in her September reading roundup.