All I Need to Know I Learned from the Wizard of Oz

Peter Guzzardi

All I Need to Know I Learned from the Wizard of Oz

Coming Soon: June 15, 2019

A renowned book editor of practical and spiritual bestsellers shows how “The Wizard of Oz” contains the keys to wisdom and happiness, to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the MGM film classic.

All Happy Families

Jeanne McCulloch

All Happy Families

A Memoir

Coming Soon: August 14, 2018

From the former Editor of the Paris Review, a literary memoir exploring the meaning of home and family.

The Desert and the Sea

Michael Scott Moore

The Desert and the Sea

977 Days Captive on the Somali Pirate Coast

Coming Soon: July 24, 2018

From journalist and author of Sweetness and Blood, Michael Scott Moore, comes a revelatory memoir about his 977 days held captive by Somali pirates. Emotional and elucidating by turns, The Desert and the Sea blends personal narrative with rigorous journalistic investigation of foreign and domestic hostage policy, religious extremism, and the costs of survival.

Pasta, Pane, Vino

Matt Goulding & Nathan Thornburgh

Pasta, Pane, Vino

Deep Travels Through Italy’s Food Culture

Coming Soon: June 5, 2018

From James Beard Award-winning writer Matt Goulding and the creators of Roads & Kingdoms, the award-winning independent on-line journal of food, politics, travel and culture, comes the second in their series of beautifully illustrated and gastro-tourism books: a celebration of the cuisine and culture of Italy. More

Made of Ourselves

Angela Garbes

Made of Ourselves

Coming Soon: May 8, 2018

A bold, feminist, and personal deep-dive into the science and culture of pregnancy and early motherhood that debunks myths and dated assumptions, offering guidance and camaraderie to women navigating one of the biggest and most profound changes in their lives. More

Rebuild

Dr. Robert Zembroski

Rebuild

Five Proven Steps to Move from Diagnosis to Recovery and Be Healthier Than Before

Coming Soon: May 1, 2018

A customized functional medicine program that gets to the root of chronic health issues and puts forth a comprehensive plan for preventing disease and rebuilding your body from chronic illnesses, from a physician, functional medicine specialist, and cancer victor. More

Kintsugi Wellness

Candice Kumai

Kintsugi Wellness

The Japanese Art of Nourishing Mind, Body, and Soul

Coming Soon: April 17, 2018

Kintsugi is an art form that reconstructs broken pottery, sealing the pieces together with gold to create something that is even more beautiful for all of its cracks and flaws. In Kintsugi Wellness, Candice Kumai shows us how this ancient Japanese practice can be applied to our lives to achieve healing, become whole, and find the beauty in our imperfections. More

True Stories from an Unreliable Eyewitness

Christine Lahti

True Stories from an Unreliable Eyewitness

A Feminist Coming of Age

Coming Soon: April 10, 2018

A collection of interrelated, deeply personal stories from Academy, Emmy, and Golden Globe Award-winning actor and director Chirstine Lahti, about childhood; early days as a second wave feminist/activist and struggling actor; and a woman working in Hollywood today that highlight her hard-won kick-ass attitude about embracing and celebrating imperfection. More

The Plant Paradox Cookbook

Steven R. Gundry, M.D.

The Plant Paradox Cookbook

100 Simple and Delicious Recipes to Help You Lose Weight, Heal Your Gut, and Live Lectin-Free

Coming Soon: April 10, 2018

From renowned cardiac surgeon and acclaimed author Dr. Steven R. Gundry, the companion cookbook to New York Times bestselling The Plant Paradox, offering 100 easy-to-follow recipes and four-color photos. More

Own the Day, Own Your Life

Aubrey Marcus

Own the Day, Own Your Life

Optimized Practices for Waking, Working, Learning, Eating, Training, Playing, Sleeping, and Sex

Coming Soon: April 3, 2018

The founder and CEO of Onnit, the mega lifestyle brand and one of the fastest growing companies in the country, teaches us how one single day of positive choices leads to a lifetime of concrete strategies for better living, optimal performance, and a stronger mind, body, and spirit. More

That’s What She Said

Kimothy Joy

That’s What She Said

Wise Words from Influential Women

Coming Soon: April 3, 2018

From feminist and illustrator Kimothy Joy, a stunning collection of celebratory illustrated watercolor portraits paired with hand-lettered quotes from various influential women throughout world history. More

Genius Foods

Max Lugavere & Paul Grewal, M.D.

Genius Foods

Become Smarter, Happier, and More Productive, While Protecting Your Brain for Life

Coming Soon: March 20, 2018

A road map to optimal brain health and performance using what the latest science has discovered about food and diet, from media personality and leading voice in brain health, Max Lugavere. More

How We Work

Leah Weiss, Ph.D.

How We Work

Live Your Purpose, Reclaim Your Sanity, and Embrace the Daily Grind

Coming Soon: March 13, 2018

Based on Dr. Leah Weiss’ perennially waitlisted class at the Stanford School of Business, a practical guide to bringing our whole selves to our professional work. More

Metabolism Revolution

Haylie Pomroy

Metabolism Revolution

Lose 14 Pounds in 14 Days and Keep It Off for Life

Coming Soon: February 27, 2018

From bestselling author of THE FAST METABOLISM DIET, a new program to lose 14 pounds in 14 days by harnessing the power food—leveraging micro and macronutrients to affect body pH and speed the metabolism—complete with recipes and a detailed, easy-to-use diet plan. More

How to Think Like a Cat

Stephane Garnier

How to Think Like a Cat

Coming Soon: February 27, 2018

Inspired by the fascinating and enchanting attributes of the author’s own cat, Ziggy, How to Think Like a Cat is a delightful, thoughtful, and internationally best-selling guide to living your best life. More

The Candida Cure

Ann Boroch

The Candida Cure

The 90-Day Program to Balance Your Gut, Beat Candida, and Restore Vibrant Health

Coming Soon: February 6, 2018

Wellness authority and bestselling author Ann Boroch offers an updated and refreshed version of her cult-classic, self-published book with a quick start cleanse, easy recipes, and more. More

Change Your Schedule, Change Your Life

Dr. Suhas Kshirsagar & Michelle D. Seaton Foreword by Deepak Chopra

Change Your Schedule, Change Your Life

How to Harness the Power of Clock Genes to Lose Weight, Optimize Your Workout, and Finally Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Coming Soon: January 30, 2018

Leading Ayurvedic physician Dr. Suhas Kshirsagar blends modern medical science on ‘clock genes’ with ancient Ayurvedic wisdom to help readers harness the power of chronobiology to lose weight, reduce stress, sleep better, and achieve mindfulness at the cellular level. More

Modern Loss

Rebecca Soffer & Gabrielle Birkner

Modern Loss

Candid Conversation About Grief. Beginners Welcome.

Coming Soon: January 23, 2018

Presenting a twenty-first century guide to navigating grief, Rebecca Soffer and Gabrielle Birkner’s Modern Loss, inspired by their successful website of the same name, takes a fresh and even humorous approach to how we talk about and interact with loss, featuring a series of candid original essays and practical how-to’s. More

Meat Is for Pussies

John Joseph

Meat Is for Pussies

A How-to Guide for Dudes Who Want to Get Fit, Kick Ass, and Take Names

Coming Soon: December 26, 2017

Contrary to popularly accepted wisdom, eating animal protein doesn’t make you stronger, tougher, or manlier—it makes you sicker, heavier, and slower. In essence: it makes you a pussy. In Meat Is for Pussies, author, triathlete, and punk rocker John Joseph provides an eye-opening guide and entertaining guide to plant-based life that crushes the myth that eating meat is macho. More

Eat Dirt

Dr. Josh Axe

Eat Dirt

Why Leaky Gut May Be the Root Cause of Your Health Problems and 5 Surprising Steps to Cure It

Coming Soon: December 26, 2017

A groundbreaking guide to diagnosing and treating leaky gut syndrome, EAT DIRT identifies the five types of leaky gut and addresses the importance of consuming beneficial microbes that come from our soil. Dr. Josh shows readers how to get a little “dirty” in their daily lives with simple strategies and nutritional advice that will empower them to heal their gut for good and reclaim vibrant health. More

Just Sit

Sukey Novogratz & Elizabeth Novogratz

Just Sit

A Meditation Guidebook for People Who Know They Should But Don’t

Coming Soon: December 26, 2017

From the cofounders of The Well Daily, a beautifully illustrated and accessible meditation guidebook for those who know they should, but don’t, intended to demystify meditation and show how mindfulness practice can fit into anyone’s busy schedule More

Breaking Bread

Martin Philip

Breaking Bread

A Baker’s Journey Home in 75 Recipes

Coming Soon: October 31, 2017

From the Head Bread Baker of King Arthur Flour comes a moving meditation on the art and craft of baking bread that reaches beyond technique and inspires at-home bakers to explore the essence of baking as an act of love, featuring photographs, hand-drawn illustrations and original recipes. More

S Is for Southern

Editors of Garden and Gun & David DiBenedetto

S Is for Southern

A Guide to the South, from Absinthe to Zydeco

Coming Soon: October 24, 2017

From the editors of Garden & Gun, the award-winning magazine known as “The Soul of the South,” comes an illuminating and entertaining compendium of Southern history and contemporary culture. More

The Blue Apron Cookbook

Blue Apron Culinary Team

The Blue Apron Cookbook

165 Essential Recipes and Lessons for a Lifetime of Home Cooking

Coming Soon: October 24, 2017

From the kitchens of Blue Apron—a meal delivery service that has become wildly popular nationwide for its healthy, easy-to-make, and delicious recipes—a cookbook featuring step-by-step recipes for technique-driven “essential meals” that transform novice cooks into home chefs. More

Rocco’s Healthy & Delicious

Rocco Dispirito

Rocco’s Healthy & Delicious

More than 200 (Mostly) Plant-Based Recipes for Everyday Life

Published: October 17, 2017

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Chef Rocco DiSpirito, a beautiful cookbook featuring 250 craveable, mostly plant-based recipes for everyday life. More

Brave New Weed

Joe Dolce

Brave New Weed

Adventures into the Uncharted World of Cannabis

Published: October 10, 2017

Former editor-in-chief of Details and Star magazines Joe Dolce adventures into the fascinating “Brave New World” of cannabis, tracing its history and investigating the social, medical, legal, and cultural ramifications of this surprising plant. More

The Girl from Aleppo

Nujeen Mustafa & Christina Lamb

The Girl from Aleppo

Nujeen’s Escape from War to Freedom

Published: October 10, 2017

The inspiring true story of a 16-year-old Nujeen Mustafa, a wheelchair-bound Syrian refugee who survived the perilous journey to Germany, where she sought the cerebral palsy treatment and education she was denied. Co-written by prize-winning correspondent and co-author of New York Times bestseller I am Malala, Christina Lamb, Nujeen’s story will give voice to the refugee crisis of our time. More

Marrow

Elizabeth Lesser

Marrow

Love, Loss, and What Matters Most

Published: October 3, 2017

In Marrow, a new memoir from the author of New York Times bestseller Broken Open, Elizabeth Lesser learns she is a perfect donor match for her sister Maggie, who needs a bone marrow transplant to survive cancer, a realization that sets the two women on a quest for understanding, authenticity, acceptance, and—most of all—love. More

It’s Messy

Amanda De Cadenet

It’s Messy

On Boys, Boobs, and Badass Women

Published: September 19, 2017

A memoir filled with humorous advice and stories from Amanda de Cadenet’s unusual upbringing and coming of age as a teenage celebrity, Wild to Wise will be a fresh, honest guide to modern womanhood. More

The Grown-Up’s Guide to Teenage Humans

Josh Shipp

The Grown-Up’s Guide to Teenage Humans

How to Decode Their Behavior, Develop Unshakable Trust, and Raise a Respectable Adult

Published: September 19, 2017

From nationally best-selling author and global youth empowerment speaker Josh Shipp, a conversation-changing guide for parents (and other caring adults) who want to understand their teens and positively impact their lives. More

We Need to Talk

Celeste Headlee

We Need to Talk

How to Have Conversations That Matter

Published: September 19, 2017

Based on the author’s TED talk with over 10 million views, an urgent and insightful guide to bridging what divides us using real, meaningful conversation. More

The Well-Tempered City

Jonathan F. P. Rose

The Well-Tempered City

What Modern Science, Ancient Civilizations, and Human Nature Teach Us About the Future of Urban Life

Published: September 12, 2017

Cities are the birthplaces of civilization, and the nodes of culture, trade and opportunity. By 2050, global population will be 10 billion, with 75% living in cities. World-renowned urban planner and developer Jonathan Rose looks at the history and successes of urban living through the lens of sustainability, economic parity and resilience. His book provides a responsible and ingenious blueprint for urban development going forward. More

Feminist Fight Club

Jessica Bennett

Feminist Fight Club

A Survival Manual for a Sexist Workplace

Published: September 5, 2017

From award winning journalist Jessica Bennett, a smart, practical and entertaining guide to combatting sexism in the workplace, one micro-agression at a time. With a glossary of sexist archetypes and behaviors, simple tips on how to combat tricky situations and personalities, and plenty of fun features and illustrations throughout, Feminist Fight Club will serve as a an office survival guide for the Buzzfeed generation. More

Carry On

Lisa Fenn

Carry On

A Story of Resilience, Redemption, and an Unlikely Family

Published: August 8, 2017

Former ESPN producer Lisa Fenn’s inspirational memoir about her unexpected relationship with two disabled African-American wrestlers from inner-city Cleveland, and how these bonds—blossoming, ultimately, into a most unorthodox kind of family—would transform their lives. More

  • 2016 Nautilus Award Winner: SILVER in Young Adult (YA), Non-Fiction
  • Friends of American Writers Literary Award
  • Christopher Award Winner
  • NAACP Image Awards Finalist
Embrace the Suck

Stephen Madden

Embrace the Suck

What I Learned at the Box About Hard Work, (Very) Sore Muscles, and Burpees Before Sunrise

Published: August 1, 2017

Former Editor In Chief of Bicycling magazine Steve Madden shares his journey “inside the box” with the fitness revolution sweeping America, CrossFit. With irreverence, humor, and journalistic curiosity, Madden relates how he got in the best shape of his life and reveals the story behind the CrossFit phenomenon. More

Hound of the Sea

Garrett McNamara & Karen Karbo

Hound of the Sea

Wild Man. Wild Waves. Wild Wisdom.

Published: August 1, 2017

World famous surfer and holder of the Guinness World Record for the biggest wave ever triumphed (100 feet), Garrett McNamara, shares his experiences conquering the formidable, from the biggest waves on earth to his tumultuous upbringing. More

Lift

Daniel Kunitz

Lift

Fitness Culture, from Naked Greeks and Acrobats to Jazzercise and Ninja Warriors

Published: July 4, 2017

The story of the changing ways in which human beings have exercised, and why, from Greek antiquity to the era of the “big-box gym” and beyond. More

All Our Waves Are Water

Jaimal Yogis

All Our Waves Are Water

Stumbling Toward Enlightenment and the Perfect Ride

Published: July 4, 2017

By the author of the popular surf memoir, Saltwater Buddha, an exploration of Yogis’ “failing towards enlightenment” as he searches for God and meaning in the world’s oceans and learns along the way that the perfect ride may well be the one we are on right now. More

Strange Contagion

Lee Daniel Kravetz

Strange Contagion

Inside the Surprising Science of Infectious Behaviors and Viral Emotions and What They Tell Us About Ourselves

Published: June 27, 2017

A groundbreaking look at the science and lived experience of social contagions, revealing how thoughts, feelings, and actions are just as contagious as viruses and what we can do to cure them. Kravetz’s journalistic expertise unpacks this emerging field, illustrating the latest research through fascinating, true narratives, bringing to life how we transmit behaviors and thoughts. More

My Glory Was I Had Such Friends

Amy Silverstein

My Glory Was I Had Such Friends

A Memoir

Published: June 27, 2017

In this heartrending and magical memoir, Amy Silverstein tells the story of the extraordinary group of women who helped sustain her in her time of greatest need. As Amy awaits her second heart transplant in 25 years, her friends drop everything and fly across the country to be by her bedside in a constant rotation, ensuring she isn’t alone for a single minute of the long, emotional fight to stay alive. This book is a beacon of hope and a tribute to those friends and the intense hours they spent together in Amy’s hospital room, telling a story of survival and the power of female friendship. More

Grace Without God

Katherine Ozment

Grace Without God

The Search for Meaning, Purpose, and Belonging in a Secular Age

Published: June 13, 2017

Contributing editor to Boston magazine, award-winning journalist, and former senior editor of National Geographic, Katherine Ozment explores our country’s growing population of secular humanists and the effect of an increasingly secular world fabric of families and society. More

  • Spirituality & Health Magazine Best Book of 2016
  • 2016 Nautilus Award Winner: GOLD in Religion / Spirituality of Other Traditions
The Art of Fear

Kristen Ulmer

The Art of Fear

Why Conquering Fear Won’t Work and What to Do Instead

Published: June 13, 2017

Former professional extreme skier Kristen Ulmer tackles the misconception of fear, a radically misunderstood emotion. Ulmer explains why fear should be embraced and why the true issue we face is our reaction to fear (not the fear itself). Drawing from her own experiences as an extreme athlete, she details how fear is actually one of the greatest gifts we have, and how to make the mental shift that allows us to build a healthy relationship with this tricky emotion. More

The Longevity Book

Cameron Diaz & Sandra Bark

The Longevity Book

The Science of Aging, the Biology of Strength, and the Privilege of Time

Published: June 6, 2017

Cameron Diaz follows up her #1 New York Times bestseller, The Body Book, with a personal, practical, and authoritative guide that examines the art and science of growing older and offers concrete steps women can take to create abundant health and resilience as they age. The award-winning actress Cameron Diaz gets real about aging, explaining not only what’s going on at a biological level, but also showing through personal examples and the stories of others that aging is a gift, not a battle. More

Looking Out for Number Two

Bryan Vartabedian, M.D.

Looking Out for Number Two

A Slightly Irreverent Guide to Poo, Gas, and Other Things That Come Out of Your Baby

Published: May 23, 2017

In Looking Out for Number Two, Dr. Bryan Vartabedian, one of America’s top pediatric gastroenterologists, presents an irreverent but authoritative guide to your baby’s digestive health. Dr. Vartabedian both informs and entertains as he tackles hot button issues like the role of the microbiome in the development of allergies, giving validation to parents everywhere who find themselves trying to decipher diapers, burps, grunts, and more. More

The Bridge Ladies

Betsy Lerner

The Bridge Ladies

A Memoir

Published: May 2, 2017

Betsy Lerner spends two years attending her mother’s weekly Bridge Club—which has met on Mondays for 50 years—and discovers the inner lives of five women from the Don’t Ask-Don’t Tell-generation. As she learns the nuances of Bridge, and lessons from across the generational divide, Lerner also comes to a deeper understanding of the rocky relationship she’s had with her mother. Told with warmth and humor, insight and humility, Lerner’s breathtaking writing takes us on a journey where we learn a bit about Bridge and a lot about life. More

  • The Alan Truscott Memorial Award (2016)
  • 2016 Nautilus Award WInner: SILVER in Memoir and Women
My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward

Mark Lukach

My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward

A Memoir

Published: May 2, 2017

Mark and Giulia fall in love at 18, marry at 24, and are beginning their fairy-tale life together in San Francisco when, at 27, Giulia suffers a terrifying and unexpected psychotic episode and is checked into a psych ward. Over the next 5 years, Giulia will give birth to their son and experience two more breakdowns that threaten to upend everything they had once taken for granted. As they manage their precarious lives with difficulty and grace, Mark and Giulia work together to rebuild their lives and reshape their marriage—a testament to the bond of their commitment and deep love for one another. More

The Plant Paradox

Steven R. Gundry, M.D.

The Plant Paradox

The Hidden Dangers in “Healthy” Foods That Cause Disease and Weight Gain

Published: April 25, 2017

From one of America’s top cardiac specialists, a revolutionary guide that reveals both the short- and long-term effects of ingesting lectins—proteins found in everyday “healthy” foods such as whole grains and tomatoes—elucidating the link to obesity, diabetes, arthritis, allergies, and a host of other autoimmune diseases. Dr. Gundry offers a simple program that shows readers how to eliminate lectins from their diets and their environments, offering a clear path to weight loss, increased energy and vitality, and better health. More

Head Strong

Dave Asprey

Head Strong

The Bulletproof Plan to Activate Untapped Brain Energy to Work Smarter and Think Faster-in Just Two Weeks

Published: April 4, 2017

The creator of Bulletproof Coffee and author of the New York Times bestseller The Bulletproof Diet is back with a cutting-edge plan to optimize brainpower in just two weeks. Dave Asprey is known for his unwavering drive to uncover the latest, most innovative methods for improving performance at work, at the gym, and at home. Now he shows readers how to biohack their way to a sharper, smarter, faster, and more resilient brain. More

Epic Measures

Jeremy N. Smith

Epic Measures

One Doctor. Seven Billion Patients.

Published: March 28, 2017

Medical doctor and economist Christopher Murray and the Gates Foundation supported Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) are changing what we know about how to measure global health, using new metrics to analyze how well we live and how we die. Journalist Jeremy Smith has exclusive access to tell the story. More

Dishing Up the Dirt

Andrea Bemis

Dishing Up the Dirt

Simple Recipes for Cooking Through the Seasons

Published: March 14, 2017

From the creator of farm-to-table blog Dishing Up the Dirt comes a beautiful cookbook featuring more than 100 inventive and delicious whole-foods recipes, arranged by season and accompanied by real-life stories from life on her organic farm outside of Portland, Oregon. More

Capture

David A. Kessler, M.D.

Capture

Unraveling the Mystery of Mental Suffering

Published: March 7, 2017

Former FDA Commissioner and bestselling author of The End of Overeating, Dr. David Kessler explores how and why our logical minds and better intentions can feel as though they have been hijacked by something we cannot control. What he discovers is the very underpinning of human suffering whether it be from depression, anxiety, obsession, addiction, phobia, or panic. Dr. Kessler names this mechanism “capture.” It is the same mechanism that can also lead to transcendence. A provocative and revolutionary approach to better understanding and coping with the complexities of emotional triggers and their affect. More

  • Books for a Better Life Finalist: Psychology
Just the Essentials

Adina Grigore

Just the Essentials

How Essential Oils Can Heal Your Skin, Improve Your Health, and Detox Your Life

Published: March 7, 2017

From the author of Skin Cleanse and the founder and CEO of S.W. Basics skincare products comes a practical overview of the many uses of essential oils: from the healing powers of plant-based medicine to all-natural skincare to safer and cleaner household products, providing specific advice for a wide array of oils, safety guidelines, and a range of DIY recipes to get started. More

The Makeup of a Confident Woman

Trish McEvoy & Kristin Loberg

The Makeup of a Confident Woman

The Science of Beauty, the Gift of Time, and the Power of Putting Your Best Face Forward

Published: February 28, 2017

From internationally-recognized makeup artist and trailblazing entrepreneur with her own namesake beauty brand Trish McEvoy, an inspirational book—part manifesto, part how-to guide, and part playbook for the Everywoman—that reveals the science and art of confidence, shows how women can overcome beauty insecurity, and teaches them how to conjure up and present their best, most confident selves. More

One Part Plant

Jessica Murnane Foreword by Lena Dunham

One Part Plant

A Simple Guide to Eating Real, One Meal at a Time

Published: February 21, 2017

In One Part Plant, popular food blogger Jessica Murnane shares her refreshingly inclusive approach to plant-based eating, with more than 100 simple and delicious recipes using 10 basic pantry staples, including gluten-free flours, plant-based milks and butters, and natural sweeteners. More

Unbound

Steph Jagger

Unbound

A Story of Snow and Self-Discovery

Published: January 24, 2017

Steph Jagger had seen the ski lift sign thousands of times before—"Raise Restraining Device"—but one day she takes it personally, deciding to leave her paint-by-numbers life behind in search of something different. Following winter across five continents, Steph sets out on a physical and spiritual journey. In the process, she tests the mettle of her body, ends up breaking a world record for the most vertical feet skied in a year, falls in love, and learns to live a truly authentic life. More

Secrets From the Eating Lab

Traci Mann

Secrets From the Eating Lab

The Science of Weight Loss, the Myth of Willpower, and Why You Should Never Diet Again

Published: January 10, 2017

Based on two decades of research at Stanford, UCLA, and the University of Minnesota, Traci Mann delivers a provocative investigation of the myth of willpower, and why all weight loss programs that rely on this behavioral belief ultimately fail. In Secrets from the Eating Lab, Mann reveals new evidence to challenge commonly-held assumptions about obesity, health, and the effectiveness of dieting, offering strategies to achieve long-term health. More

SuperLife

Darin Olien

SuperLife

The 5 Simple Fixes That Will Make You Healthy, Fit, and Eternally Awesome

Published: January 3, 2017

Superfoods expert, nutritionist, and creator of the Beachbody health-food brand Shakeology, Darin Olien gives the key to understanding five foundations for healthy living: Alkalinization, Quality nutrition, Hydration, Oxygenization, Detoxification. More

Grape, Olive, Pig

Matt Goulding

Grape, Olive, Pig

Deep Travels Through Spain’s Food Culture

Published: November 15, 2016

From the creators of Roads & Kingdoms, the award-winning independent on-line journal of food, politics, travel and culture, comes the second in their series of beautifully illustrated literary/gastrotourism books: a celebration of the cuisine and culture of Spain. More

Forever Painless

Miranda Esmonde-White

Forever Painless

End Chronic Pain and Reclaim Your Life in 30 Minutes a Day

Published: November 15, 2016

Bestselling author and PBS personality Miranda Esmonde-White has helped countless people reverse the aging process with her fitness program Essentrics, her show Classical Stretch, and her first book, Aging Backwards. Now, with Forever Painless, she takes on the leading cause of premature aging—chronic pain—and shows readers how they can relieve pain permanently, gaining increased mobility and quality of life in the process. More

  • 2016 Nautilus Award Winner: SILVER in Body, Mind, & Spirit Practices
The Dude Diet

Serena Wolf

The Dude Diet

Clean(ish) Food for People Who Like to Eat Dirty

Published: October 25, 2016

Creator of the food blog domesticate-me.com and Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef Serena Wolf’s cookbook and healthy eating guide for dudes and the women in their lives. The Dude Diet demystifies basic nutrition and cooking methods for the culinarily-challenged, offering fool-proof techniques and whole food-based recipes that even the pickiest brother, friend, or significant other will love. More

Do Your Om Thing

Rebecca Pacheco

Do Your Om Thing

Bending Yoga Tradition to Fit Your Modern Life

Published: September 6, 2016

A manual for the modern yogi, Do Your Om Thing translates the ancient principles of the yoga sutras into a philosophy that fits into our modern lives, reconnecting the practice of yoga with its spiritual roots and offering readers and practitioners a comprehensive and accessible guide for integrating mind and body. More

Rethinking Narcissism

Dr. Craig Malkin

Rethinking Narcissism

The Secret to Recognizing and Coping with Narcissists

Published: July 5, 2016

Harvard Medical School affiliated psychologist and Huffington Post blogger Craig Malkin addresses the “narcissism epidemic” by illuminating the spectrum of narcissism, ways to control the trait, and why too little of it may be a bad thing. More

The Mind-Gut Connection

Emeran Mayer

The Mind-Gut Connection

How the Hidden Conversation Within Our Bodies Impacts Our Mood, Our Choices, and Our Overall Health

Published: July 5, 2016

Based on Dr. Emeran Mayer’s cutting-edge research and clinical practice, The Mind-Gut Connection details the evidence of the mind-body connection on a cellular level, explaining how the microbiome influences cognitive function and mood, and how the brain can affect the functioning of our gut. Dr. Mayer offers practical information about how our diets, medications, and family history can manipulate, and even reverse, our reactions to chronic diseases. More

  • Spirituality & Health Magazine Best Book of 2016
The 420 Gourmet

Jeffthe420chef

The 420 Gourmet

The Elevated Art of Cannabis Cuisine

Published: June 28, 2016

Dubbed “The Julia Child of Weed” by The Daily Beast and the “King of Edibles” by Elite Daily, JeffThe420Chef started cooking and baking discreetly with cannabis for friends who had medical issues, developing his unique “light tasting” CannaButter and CannaOils. His healthy cookbook showcases the art of cooking with cannabis, featuring 100 delicious recipes and gorgeous photos, and detailing the various health and mood benefits that come from different strains. It also presents clear and informative instructions on dosing and measurement so that everyone can safely and happily achieve the goals they want with their edible experience. More

Rebbe

Joseph Telushkin

Rebbe

The Life and Teachings of Menachem M. Schneerson, the Most Influential Rabbi in Modern History

Published: June 14, 2016

The story of the leader who built a dwindling post-holocaust community into the most influential Jewish organization in the world. From a small synagogue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, the late Rebbe Schneerson impacted the policies of US presidents and congressmen, the beliefs of university professors and religious leaders, and led the lives of thousands. More

  • Finalist, National Jewish Book Awards 2014
How Did I Get Here?

Jesse Browner

How Did I Get Here?

Making Peace with the Road Not Taken

Published: June 14, 2016

Based on the author’s popular Poets & Writers piece, “Lives of the Civil Servants,” a literary meditation that seeks to answer the questions: Have I lived the life I intended? Is the true artist made by single-minded devotion to his craft? Do we compromise our dreams in service to life’s responsibilities? Browner addresses the essential questions of life and work with clear-eyed pragmatism and painstaking beauty. More

In a Dark Wood

Joseph Luzzi

In a Dark Wood

A Memoir

Published: June 14, 2016

Dante scholar Luzzi finds solace and inspiration in the Divine Comedy after the tragic death of his wife an hour after giving birth to their daughter. A meditation on the influence of great art and its power to give us strength in our darkest moments, In a Dark Wood opens the door into the mysteries of Dante’s epic poem. Beautifully written and flawlessly balanced, Luzzi’s book is a hybrid of heart-rending memoir and critical insight into one of the greatest pieces of literature in all of history. More

True to Form

Eric Goodman

True to Form

How to Use Foundation Training for Sustained Pain Relief and Everyday Fitness

Published: May 17, 2016

A radical and proven approach to becoming fit, healthy and pain-free without strenuous training, Dr. Eric Goodman’s philosophy of self-healing movement and breathing is quickly being adopted by athletes and non-athletes the world over. More

Eat Complete

Drew Ramsey, M.D.

Eat Complete

The 21 Nutrients That Fuel Brainpower, Boost Weight Loss, and Transform Your Health

Published: May 17, 2016

From the author of Fifty Shades of Kale comes a new cookbook that explores the role our brains play in every part of our life, including our mood, health, focus, memory, and appetite. Drawing from cutting-edge science, he identifies the 21 nutrients most important to brain health and shows readers how to incorporate them into their diet through 100 delicious recipes engineered for optimal nourishment. More

  • Winner of the 2017 IACP Award for Food Matters
A Mind of Your Own

Kelly Brogan, M.D. & Kristin Loberg

A Mind of Your Own

The Truth About Depression and How Women Can Heal Their Bodies to Reclaim Their Lives

Published: March 15, 2016

Dr. Kelly Brogan offers an entirely new perspective on depression and exposes the cruel truth about modern psychiatry. Rather than approaching depression as a disease or a brain disorder best treated with drugs, Dr. Brogan offers a path to peace of mind that will rescue millions of women currently considering or taking antidepressants. Her evidence-based theory teaches us that we owe most of our mental illnesses to lifestyle factors and undiagnosed physiological conditions that develop in places far from the brain. More

  • Spirituality & Health Magazine Best Book of 2016
  • 2016 Nautilus Award Winner: SILVER in Health & Healing / Wellness
The Well Path

Jame Heskett, M.D.

The Well Path

Lose 20 Pounds, Reverse the Aging Process, Change Your Life

Published: March 8, 2016

A 60-day diet and lifestyle plan from anti-aging expert Dr. Jamé Heskett offers a road map to homeostasis, hormone balance, weight loss, and age reversal for women. The Well Path provides a detailed breakdown of daily actions to build a life of optimum health and youthful energy. More

Sugar Crush

Dr. Richard Jacoby & Raquel Baldelomar

Sugar Crush

How to Reduce Inflammation, Reverse Nerve Damage, and Reclaim Good Health

Published: February 16, 2016

A clinically researched book that explores how sugar leads not only to diabetes but to gall bladder and kidney disease, inflammation, and nerve damage, while offering methods to prevent and reverse diabetes and other sugar-related conditions through early detection. More

The Bare Bones Broth Cookbook

Ryan Harvey & Katherine Harvey

The Bare Bones Broth Cookbook

125 Gut-Friendly Recipes to Heal, Strengthen, and Nourish the Body

Published: January 19, 2016

From award-winning journalist/chef team and founders of Bare Bones Broth Co. comes the definitive cookbook introducing the latest findings and testimonials on broth’s health benefits, along with recipes for making their signature broths for maximum nutritional content, as well as a host of gluten-free and paleo-friendly recipes featuring broth, including breakfast, lunch, dinner, sipping teas, sauces, and more, with a Foreword by Dr. Cate Shanahan. More

Cook. Nourish. Glow.

Amelia Freer

Cook. Nourish. Glow.

120 Recipes That Will Help You Lose Weight, Look Younger, and Feel Healthier

Published: January 19, 2016

Amelia Freer’s highly-anticipated follow up to EAT. NOURISH. GLOW, a healthy-eating cookbook featuring 100 wholesome, step-by-step recipes that will empower readers to cook with confidence and improve their health. More

The Body Book

Cameron Diaz

The Body Book

The Law of Hunger, the Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body

Published: December 29, 2015

Cameron Diaz shares her formula for becoming happier, healthier, and stronger in this essential guidebook for women. Grounded in science, The Body Book is not another celebrity fad diet and exercise book, but a comprehensive overview of the human body and mind, from the cellular level up. More

The Negative Calorie Diet

Rocco Dispirito

The Negative Calorie Diet

Lose Up to 10 Pounds in 10 Days with 10 All You Can Eat Foods

Published: December 29, 2015

The Negative Calorie Diet features a plan stocked with all-natural foods and makes use of “negative calorie foods” to facilitate weight loss without counting calories. With a focus on cutting out processed foods and increasing metabolism-boosters, this practical yet beautiful cookbook include a 10-day cleanse and dozens of delicious whole food-centered recipes. More

The Southerner’s Cookbook

Editors of Garden and Gun

The Southerner’s Cookbook

Recipes, Wisdom, and Stories

Published: October 27, 2015

A collection of recipes that reflect the great tradition of Southern heritage foods and cuisine, updated with modern techniques, new ingredients, and an overview of the food culture in today’s South, where some of the most promising young chefs in America are changing the way we think about “Southern Food.” More

  • 2016 James Beard Award Finalist: American Cooking
  • Named one of Eater’s Best New Cookbooks for Fall 2015
  • Selected as one of Vanity Fair’s “18 Best New Cookbooks”
Rice, Noodle, Fish

Matt Goulding

Rice, Noodle, Fish

Deep Travels Through Japan’s Food Culture

Published: October 27, 2015

From the team behind the popular food and politics website Roads & Kingdoms comes a unique gastro-tourism guide to japan, combining beautifully written, in-depth narrative, insider advice, and indispensable information, along with 195 extraordinary color photographs. More

  • A Harper Wave/Anthony Bourdain Book
  • James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards: Roads & Kingdoms 2017 Publication of the Year
  • 2016 IACP Awards Finalist: Literary Food Writing
Good Dog

Editors of Garden and Gun & David DiBenedetto

Good Dog

True Stories of Love, Loss, and Loyalty

Published: October 6, 2015

From the editors of Garden & Gun comes an anthology of true stories celebrating our relationship with man’s best friend, penned by such contemporary greats as P.J. O’Rourke, Rick Bragg, Allison Glock, and Tom Brokaw. More

Your New Prime

Craig Cooper

Your New Prime

30 Days to Better Sex, Eternal Strength, and a Kick-Ass Life After 40

Published: September 15, 2015

Serial entrepreneur, founder of CooperativeHealth and passionate men’s health and wellness advocate, Craig Cooper tells men why they don’t have to accept the “natural” aging process and how to be their best in the bedroom, the boardroom and the weight room: A comprehensive guide to healthy aging for men. More

Bald Is Better with Earrings

Andrea Hutton

Bald Is Better with Earrings

A Survivor’s Guide to Getting Through Breast Cancer

Published: July 7, 2015

Written with warmth and humor, as well as eyes-wide-open practicality, Hutton’s book is a guiding light to women diagnosed with breast cancer. When Hutton was diagnosed at 41, she searched for—but couldn’t find—practical information about how to navigate her new reality. What might she (really) expect from chemo, radiation, surgery, hair loss, fatigue, nausea, emotional pitfalls, support, etc? For the 1 in 8 women who will journey down this path, Hutton offers welcome insights, tips and stories in this indispensable guide. More

The Quinoa [Keen-Wah] Cookbook

Maria Del Mar Sacasa

The Quinoa [Keen-Wah] Cookbook

Published: July 7, 2015

The Quinoa [Keen-Wah] Cookbook offers a sendup of the latest hipster food in the tradition of Fifty Shades of Kale, along with 75 seriously delicious recipes and creative tips on cooking with quinoa in new and inventive ways. More

Clean Green Eats

Candice Kumai

Clean Green Eats

100+ Clean-Eating Recipes to Improve Your Whole Life

Published: June 23, 2015

A modern cookbook with more than 100 original and inventive recipes featuring all-natural ingredients that make it simple—and delicious—to eat more greens. More

Eat. Nourish. Glow.

Amelia Freer

Eat. Nourish. Glow.

Published: June 9, 2015

From UK-based nutritional therapist and healthy eating expert to the stars Amelia Freer comes the #1 international bestselling guidebook to ditching fad diets and getting on a path to long-term weight loss. More

Supersurvivors

David B. Feldman & Lee Daniel Kravetz

Supersurvivors

The Surprising Link Between Suffering and Success

Published: April 28, 2015

What can we learn from the remarkable accomplishments of those who have experienced trauma? Supersurvivors investigates science and stories to inspire and instruct ordinary people on how to achieve extraordinary things. The authors’ research reveals surprising results: positive thinking may do more harm than good. Instead, having realistic expectations and putting in hard work are more likely to lead to success. More

Permission to Parent

Robin Berman, M.D.

Permission to Parent

How to Raise Your Child with Love and Limits

Published: April 7, 2015

A hard look to correct recent trends in parenting that put children in charge which is leading to a generation of psychologically fragile kids. An accessible, prescriptive and proven approach to parenting, based on the author’s clinical experience coaching both children and parents. More

The 20-Minute Body

Brett Hoebel

The 20-Minute Body

20 Minutes, 20 Days, 20 Inches

Published: March 24, 2015

From former Biggest Loser trainer Brett Hoebel, a diet and exercise plan based on the fundamentals of high intensity training, with a series of 20-minute workout circuits that can be done anywhere and a meal plan complete with 20-minute recipes. More

ADHD Does Not Exist

Richard Saul

ADHD Does Not Exist

The Truth About Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder

Published: March 3, 2015

In this controversial and landmark work, behavioral neurologist Dr. Richard Saul draws from five decades as a practicing physician and researcher in the field to contend that our definition of ADHD, as we know it, is completely wrong. Instead, he argues that the “disorder” is a cluster of symptoms, stemming from over twenty other conditions, each requiring separate treatment. The detailed list ranges from mild problems like poor eyesight, sleep deprivation, and even boredom in the classroom, to more severe conditions like depression and bipolar disorder. More

The Disease Delusion

Dr. Jeffrey S. Bland Foreword by Dr. Mark Hyman

The Disease Delusion

Conquering the Causes of Chronic Illness for a Healthier, Longer, and Happier Life

Published: March 3, 2015

The 21st-centruy paradigm shift in medicine from treatment to understanding the cause is analogous to the advances in bacteriology in the late 19th. Dr. Jeffery Bland, the father of functional medicine, leverages a lifetime of being on the cutting edge of research and practice in integrative medicine to provide a roadmap for good health by helping us understand the root causes of chronic illness. Supported by recent advances in health science, Dr. Bland tells us how to manage chronic disease and foster lifelong health. More

Root to Leaf

Steven Satterfield

Root to Leaf

A Southern Chef Cooks Through the Seasons

Published: March 3, 2015

The chef of award-winning Atlanta restaurant, Miller Union, Steven Satterfield has quickly garnered national attention as a chef who understands how to spotlight vegetables with a simple, elegant cooking style that honors the essence of the vegetable. Named the “Vegetable Shaman” by Sam Sifton, Satterfield describes his method of using the whole vegetable in the same way many butchers and chefs utilize a whole animal: root to leaf. This is not a vegetarian cookbook, it’s a cookbook about vegetables for omnivores. More

  • 2016 James Beard Award Finalist: Photography
  • 2016 IACP Finalist: First Book
  • 2016 Books for a Better Life Finalist: Cookbook
Skin Cleanse

Adina Grigore

Skin Cleanse

The Simple, All-Natural Program for Clear, Calm, Happy Skin

Published: February 17, 2015

Founder and CEO of SW Basics, an all-natural skincare line, Adina Grigore brings fresh ingredients to every woman’s daily skincare battle. In Skin Cleanse, Grigore explains how nutrition, the environment, and personal biology affect the skin, and shares her revolutionary approach to diagnosing and caring for skin using products we’d also be willing to eat—whole food ingredients. More

The Calorie Myth

Jonathan Bailor

The Calorie Myth

How to Eat More, Exercise Less, Lose Weight, and Live Better

Published: January 6, 2015

“This book is appropriately titled: It does indeed bash the myths underlying how the human body manages energy.… There is no hypothesizing or empty prediction here; there is detailed analysis of the science underlying these principles, principles that—when properly and consistently applied—achieve heights of functioning, weight loss, and provide relief from the myriad health conditions of modern life.” —William Davis, M.D., bestselling author of Wheatbelly More

The Rockstar Remedy

Dr. Gabrielle Francis & Stacy Baker

The Rockstar Remedy

A Rock & Roll Doctor’s Prescription for Living a Long, Healthy Life

Published: December 30, 2014

From the holistic chiropractor, naturopath, and “herban alchemist” Dr. Gabrielle Francis comes a forgiving approach to health and wellness and a guide for self-care when you occasionally dip into excess. More

The Big Picture

Tony Horton

The Big Picture

11 Laws That Will Change Your Life

Published: December 9, 2014

P90X creator Tony Horton, one of the most beloved fitness gurus of the 21st century, shows readers how the same guiding philosophy that works in the gym has an even greater impact outside of it, empowering them with the tools they need to find their purpose, plan for success, and create their Big Picture. More

Aging Backwards

Miranda Esmonde-White

Aging Backwards

Reverse the Aging Process and Look 10 Years Younger in 30 Minutes a Day

Published: November 11, 2014

A guide to understanding how aging occurs—through cell damage and muscular atrophy—Aging Backwards gives readers indispensable tools for repairing and preventing cell damage to reverse the aging process and maintain health and vibrancy. Author Miranda Esmonde-White, creator of The Esmonde Technique, shows how lifestyle factors impact the aging process and offers a series of illustrated mini-workouts to reverse the effects of aging, lose weight, and promote life-long health. More

Storm Surge

Adam Sobel

Storm Surge

Hurricane Sandy, Our Changing Climate, and Extreme Weather of the Past and Future

Published: October 14, 2014

Atmospheric scientist and Columbia University professor Adam Sobel takes an inquisitive look into super storm Sandy, examining the science behind the storm, its connections to our changing climate, and the implications for the future. More

  • Winner of the Atmospheric Science Librarians International Choice Award, Popular Category
  • Winner of the Louis J. Battan Author’s Award for the American Meteorological Society
For Goodness Sex

Al Vernacchio

For Goodness Sex

Changing the Way We Talk to Teens About Sexuality, Values, and Health

Published: September 16, 2014

Renowned sex educator Al Vernacchio offers a ground-breaking resource for parents and teens who are navigating the highly complex and confusing sexual life of young adulthood. Combining his firsthand experience as a progressive sex educator in the classroom with his expertise in the academic realm, For Goodness Sex is a game-changing guide for young people and parents that combines sensitivity, education, and a judgement-free approach to offer a multipath method of learning about one’s values, self-image, and relationships. More

Drink

Ann Dowsett Johnston

Drink

The Intimate Relationship Between Women and Alcohol

Published: June 24, 2014

An exploration of the rise in alcohol consumption and abuse among women in recent years. The Drinking Diaries covers health risks, marketing, current trends and sociological contributions to this new epidemic. The author beautifully weaves reportage with her personal recovery story into a compelling and informative narrative addressing one of the most pressing issues for women today. More

  • One of the Washington Post’s Ten Best Books of 2013
Body By Simone

Simone De La Rue

Body By Simone

The 8-Week Total Body Makeover Plan

Published: April 1, 2014

In Body By Simone, trainer-to-the-stars Simone de la Rue shows readers how to sculpt an A-list body using her unique (and fun) strength training and cardio workouts based on the movement and methodology she learned from a her years as a professional dancer. More

Get the Guy

Matthew Hussey

Get the Guy

Learn Secrets of the Male Mind to Find the Man You Want and the Love You Deserve

Published: February 11, 2014

A leading relationship expert, corporate coach, and rising media star offers women a guide book that reveals the secrets of the male mind and the fundamentals of dating and mating for a proven, revolutionary approach to finding lasting love. More

The Southerner’s Handbook

Editors of Garden and Gun

The Southerner’s Handbook

A Guide to Living the Good Life

Published: October 29, 2013

From the editors of Garden & Gun, the magazine known as the “soul of the south,” comes the ultimate handbook of Southern lifestyle, including hundreds of instructional and narrative essays that reflect exactly how the good life is lived south of the Mason Dixon. More

The Vegan Divas Cookbook

Fernanda Capobianco

The Vegan Divas Cookbook

Delicious Desserts, Plates, and Treats from the Famed New York City Bakery

Published: October 8, 2013

In her first book, owner of the acclaimed Vegan Divas bakery on NYC’s Upper East Side Fernanda Capobianco shares her award-winning and cruelty-free sweet treats like cakes, cookies, muffins, and brownies, as well as savory soups, breads, and salads loved by vegans and non-vegans alike. More

Fifty Shades of Kale

Drew Ramsey, M.D. & Jennifer Iserloh

Fifty Shades of Kale

50 Fresh and Satisfying Recipes That Are Bound to Please

Published: July 2, 2013

America’s favorite vegetable gets sexy with 50 kale-centric recipes that are not only mouth-wateringly delicious, but also do a body good. Dr. Drew Ramsey explores the numerous health benefits of this gorgeous, green superfood and partners it perfectly with dozens of other colorful fruits and veggies. More

Recipe Rehab

Everyday Health, Joann Cianciulli, & Maureen Namkoong, M.S., R.D.

Recipe Rehab

80 Delicious Recipes That Slash the Fat, Not the Flavor

Published: May 14, 2013

From Everyday Health, the #1 online destination for health content, comes the companion cookbook to their original TV show, Recipe Rehab, featuring 80 recipes that transform nutritional nightmares into healthy and delicious weeknight meals. More

Ann Dowsett Johnston
Author photo: Christopher Dew

Ann Dowsett Johnston

The Gratitude Project

How to Find Peace in Challenging Times

In Development: To Be Announced

Six years ago, Ann Dowsett Johnston, award-winning author of DRINK, found herself in a dark place. When she took on a friend’s challenge to write down five things a day for which she was grateful, she experienced the power of gratitude and eventually rose to a place of peace. In her new book, Dowsett Johnston shares insights, research and experience in what we are now learning is one of the most powerful tools we have and one we can control: our ability to be grateful, not only for the good in our lives but especially for the tough stuff and what it can teach us.

Isabel Gillies

Isabel Gillies

Cozy

The Art of Arranging Yourself in the World

In Development: To Be Announced

Part manifesto, part lifestyle guide, Cozy is an intimate exploration of how the smallest, simplest habits can make us feel more at home, steadied, and comfortable despite our dizzied and unpredictable days.

Brian Wendel and Darshana Thacker

Brian Wendel and Darshana Thacker

Forks Over Knives Global Flavors

In Development: To Be Announced

From the creators of Forks Over Knives, a stunning cookbook filled with whole-food, plant-based recipes for delicious meals

Jeanene Salas, MSPT

Jeanene Salas, MSPT

Foundation Roots

In Development: To Be Announced

A revolutionary handbook to forming healthy movement and strong muscles in the first year of life, filled with vital information and helpful illustrations to guide new parents and give their infants a strong foundation for musculoskeletal health and future wellness.

Dr. Jill Blakeway
Author photo: Mark Seliger

Dr. Jill Blakeway

The Energy That Heals Us

In Development: To Be Announced

From the Founder and Director of the YinOva Center, Dr. Jill Blakeway, comes an integrative, groundbreaking look at energy healing that draws on the fundamental tenets of Traditional Chinese Medicine and marries Eastern and Western perspectives, offering evidence-based examples of the ways in which energy healing can be applied to heal the body.

Gabrielle Hartley & Elena Brower

Your Elegant Divorce

In Development: To Be Announced

Renowned meditation leader and yoga teacher Elena Brower and divorce attorney Gabrielle Hartley team up in this revolutionary approach to divorcing “nicer” for a radically peaceful and powerful future.

Chanel Reynolds

Get Your Shit Together

In Development: To Be Announced

A practical look at putting your life together written by the founder of popular website GetYourShitTogether.com and informed by the author’s personal experience after her husband’s unexpected death in a biking accident. Part memoir, part hard-working how-to manual, Reynolds inspires readers to get their affairs in order before the unthinkable happens.

Bill von Hippel
Author photo: Matthew Thompson

Bill von Hippel

The Social Leap

In Development: To Be Announced

A wide-ranging exploration of how our species’ evolution has shaped our behavior, prioritized social skills over physical dominance, and affected nearly every facet of modern life, in work, play, aging, our quest for the good life.

Ina Park

Untitled

In Development: To Be Announced

A lively, intelligent, and approachable exploration of sexual health, focusing on STDs (from AIDS to Zika) and looking at the science of sex and its least-intended consequences.

Hannah Bronfman

HBFIT

In Development: To Be Announced

Molly Millwood

Ties That Bind

In Development: To Be Announced

An exploration of the profound transition to parenthood and the many emotional complications that attend it, offering mothers a new language for understanding and working through the terrain of early parenthood.

Corky, Lori, Dana & Tracy Pollan

Mostly Plants

In Development: To Be Announced

Carla Hall

Carla Hall’s Soul Food Revolution

In Development: To Be Announced

Sana Goldberg

How to Be a Patient

In Development: To Be Announced

From registered nurse and public health advocate Sana Goldberg, a timely guide teaching readers how to use healthcare to their advantage and advocate effectively, covering the most common frustrations and opportunities patients face when navigating the system, and outfitting them with up-to-date, evidence-backed skill sets.

Brian Kelly

Play Your Cards Right

In Development: To Be Announced

A guide to using credit card rewards programs strategically to live a more rewarding life, The Points Guy, Brian Kelly, lays out a detailed program and best practices for achieving future travel experiences by making your money work for you, and providing advice on the art of traveling well.

Anca Toderic and Christine Lucaciu

The Huckle & Goose Method

In Development: To Be Announced

From the founders of meal-planning service Huckle & Goose, a 16-week guide to eating more vegetables, discovering you don’t actually hate cooking, and adding magic back into your weekly eating routine.