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Julia Drake

Julia Drake - Publicist

San Francisco, CA, United States

Book Publicist for over 10 years, specializing in latest trends in traditional and digital media to build awareness for global clientele.

Overview

I've been working over 10 years with authors across the globe to build awareness for their work via traditional and digital media press campaigns, social media marketing, out-of-the-box book tours, author websites and critically acclaimed book trailers. My clients range from New York Times bestselling authors to first time self-published authors.

"Always energetic and resourceful, Julia Drake provides the perfect balance of creativity and perseverance in getting an author’s work noticed." –Eliot Pattison, Edgar Award-winning author of THE SKULL MANTRA

"I hired Julia to help me with the publicity for two of my novels and have found them to be well-connected, efficient and organized. I heartily recommend them to anyone seeking competent and professional help with publicity." –Margaret Coel, New York Times best-selling author of THE WINDRIVER MYSTERY SERIES

"Julia keeps a writer way too busy with innovative strategies and energetic pursuit of promotion all while maintaining a deep understanding of the sensibilities of authors…no matter how eccentric their personalities."
- Peter Mehlman, Emmy nominated writer/producer of SEINFELD & author of IT WON'T ALWAYS BE THIS GREAT

"Julia is a passionate book lover, and I came to see she was not only a superb publicist but a wonderful editor as
well. Her energy and enthusiasm kept me going ." – Richard Kramer, Emmy winning writer/producer of THIRTYSOMETHING & author of THESE THINGS HAPPEN

"The New York Times publication is a direct result of Wildbound’s connections. I have never, in the months I employed her gone a week without a personal update from Julia." - Bruce Holbert, author of LONESOME ANIMALS

Services
Fiction
Children's - Middle Grade Crime & Mystery Historical Fiction Humor & Comedy Thriller Women's Fiction Young Adult & Teen
Non-Fiction
Biographies & Memoirs Entertainment Parenting & Families

Certifications

  • Former President of the Women's National Book Assoication/LA Chapter
  • Member of the Independent Book Publishers Association
  • Member of Independent Writers of Southern California

Work experience

President

Julia Drake is self-employed

October, 2008 – Present (about 8 years)

Overseeing all Wildbound PR operations, including client relations, traditional and digital media press campaigns, social media marketing, book tours, platform building, and promotional videos.

President

Julia Drake is self-employed

October, 2008 – April, 2014 (over 5 years)

Overseeing all company operations, including client relations, traditional and digital media press campaigns, social media marketing, book tours, platform building, and promotional videos.

Freelance Writer

Julia Drake is self-employed

October, 2006 – May, 2009 (over 2 years)

My professional writing portfolio includes short and long fiction, as well as nonfiction articles on travel, health, green living, artist profiles, newsletters, educational modules for bestselling books, and promotional copy.

Managing Director

Julia Drake is self-employed

October, 2004 – October, 2007 (about 3 years)

Film production and talent relations.

Portfolio (32 selected works)

It Won t Always Be This Great: A Novel

Peter Mehlman

A Moment of Rage in Suburbia... In the crushing complacency of suburbia, mid-life crises pop in on men's lives unannounced. For one Long Island podiatrist, it takes an impromptu act of vandalism just to make him aware of his own being. Walking home in the sub-zero wind chill of a Friday night, he stumbles on a bottle of horseradish and mindlessly hurls it through the window of a popular store ... read more

A Moment of Rage in Suburbia... In the crushing complacency of suburbia, mid-life crises pop in on men's lives unannounced. For one Long Island podiatrist, it takes an impromptu act of vandalism just to make him aware of his own being. Walking home in the sub-zero wind chill of a Friday night, he stumbles on a bottle of horseradish and mindlessly hurls it through the window of a popular store ... read more

A Small Indiscretion: A Novel

Jan Ellison

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE • With the emotional complexity of Everything I Never Told You and the psychological suspense of The Girl on the Train, O. Henry Prize winner Jan Ellison delivers a brilliantly paced, beautifully written debut novel about one woman’s reckoning with a youthful mistake.“Part psychological thriller, part character study . . . I pe... read more

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE • With the emotional complexity of Everything I Never Told You and the psychological suspense of The Girl on the Train, O. Henry Prize winner Jan Ellison delivers a brilliantly paced, beautifully written debut novel about one woman’s reckoning with a youthful mistake.“Part psychological thriller, part character study . . . I pe... read more

Jewels of Allah: The Untold Story of Women in Iran

Nina Ansary

First Prize in the “Women's Issues” category of the 2016 International Book AwardsEric Hoffer Award - Winner of Da Vinci Eye for "Best Book Cover Design", Horizon Award for "Best Debut Author & Culture Book"Indie Book Awards - Finalist in "Historical Nonfiction" and "Women’s Issues"Foreword Reviews' 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year for “Women’s Studies” - Silver WinnerThe popular narrative about... read more

First Prize in the “Women's Issues” category of the 2016 International Book AwardsEric Hoffer Award - Winner of Da Vinci Eye for "Best Book Cover Design", Horizon Award for "Best Debut Author & Culture Book"Indie Book Awards - Finalist in "Historical Nonfiction" and "Women’s Issues"Foreword Reviews' 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year for “Women’s Studies” - Silver WinnerThe popular narrative about... read more

Bone Rattler: A Mystery of Colonial America

Eliot Pattison

In a novel rich in historical detail, acclaimed author Eliot Pattison reconsiders the founding of America and explores how disenfranchised people of any age and place struggle to find justice, how conflicting cultures can be reconciled through compassion and tolerance, and ultimately how the natural world has its own morality.Aboard a British convict ship bound for the New World, protagonist D... read more

In a novel rich in historical detail, acclaimed author Eliot Pattison reconsiders the founding of America and explores how disenfranchised people of any age and place struggle to find justice, how conflicting cultures can be reconciled through compassion and tolerance, and ultimately how the natural world has its own morality.Aboard a British convict ship bound for the New World, protagonist D... read more

Time Zero

Carolyn Cohagan

Fifteen-year-old Mina Clark lives in a future Manhattan that is ruled by extremists. Girls aren’t allowed to get an education, they need permission to speak to boys, and all marriages are negotiated by contract. But Mina’s grandmother has secretly been teaching her to read, leading Mina down a path of rebellion, romance, and danger that not only threatens to destroy her family’s reputation, it... read more

Fifteen-year-old Mina Clark lives in a future Manhattan that is ruled by extremists. Girls aren’t allowed to get an education, they need permission to speak to boys, and all marriages are negotiated by contract. But Mina’s grandmother has secretly been teaching her to read, leading Mina down a path of rebellion, romance, and danger that not only threatens to destroy her family’s reputation, it... read more

These Things Happen

Richard Kramer

These Things Happen is set in Manhattan and focuses on two couples – one gay, one straight. They share a 15-year-old son, Wesley, who lives on the upper East Side with his mother and doctor stepfather. Trying to get to know his impressive, distant father better, he moves in for a semester with him his male partner in a mid-town brownstone. George, the partner, is a former actor — by his own ac... read more

These Things Happen is set in Manhattan and focuses on two couples – one gay, one straight. They share a 15-year-old son, Wesley, who lives on the upper East Side with his mother and doctor stepfather. Trying to get to know his impressive, distant father better, he moves in for a semester with him his male partner in a mid-town brownstone. George, the partner, is a former actor — by his own ac... read more

Lonesome Animals

Bruce Holbert

Russell Strawl is called out of retirement to hunt a serial killer who has been leaving elaborately carved bodies of Native Americans across three counties. Strawl’s own dark and violent history weaves itself into the hunt, shedding light on the remains of his broken family, which in turn leads him to the identity of the killer.In the vein of True Grit and Blood Meridian, Lonesome Animals is a... read more

Russell Strawl is called out of retirement to hunt a serial killer who has been leaving elaborately carved bodies of Native Americans across three counties. Strawl’s own dark and violent history weaves itself into the hunt, shedding light on the remains of his broken family, which in turn leads him to the identity of the killer.In the vein of True Grit and Blood Meridian, Lonesome Animals is a... read more

High Tolerance: A Novel of Sex, Race, Celebrity, Murder . . . and Marijuana

Mike Sager

“The wry and knowing Mike Sager has written a saucy and kinetic L.A. novel. Celebrity gets fully toasted in this engaging romp about show business and the clash of cultures high and low, where the talk is tough before the shooting starts. The spotlight, it seems, can sometimes be a very dark place.” –Ron Carlson, author, Return to Oakpine, co-director, MFA Program in Fiction Writing, Universit... read more

“The wry and knowing Mike Sager has written a saucy and kinetic L.A. novel. Celebrity gets fully toasted in this engaging romp about show business and the clash of cultures high and low, where the talk is tough before the shooting starts. The spotlight, it seems, can sometimes be a very dark place.” –Ron Carlson, author, Return to Oakpine, co-director, MFA Program in Fiction Writing, Universit... read more

The Little Russian

Susan Sherman

The Little Russian spotlights an exciting new and assured voice in historical fiction. The novel tells the story of Berta Alshonsky, who revels in childhood memories of her time spent with a wealthy family in Moscow––a life filled with salons, balls, and all the trappings of the Upper Class––very different from her current life as a grocer’s daughter in the Jewish townlet of Mosny. So when a m... read more

The Little Russian spotlights an exciting new and assured voice in historical fiction. The novel tells the story of Berta Alshonsky, who revels in childhood memories of her time spent with a wealthy family in Moscow––a life filled with salons, balls, and all the trappings of the Upper Class––very different from her current life as a grocer’s daughter in the Jewish townlet of Mosny. So when a m... read more

Hollywood Digs: An Archaeology of Shadows

Ken LaZebnik

In Hollywood Digs, veteran film and television writer Ken LaZebnik unearths shards of film history that have rarely seen the light of day. Here is the romantic and tragic saga of Jock Mahoney, legendary stuntman and Hollywood's thirteenth Tarzan; F. Scott Fitzgerald, toward the end of his life, living in a cottage on the Encino estate of film butler Edward Everett Horton; Micky Moore, who spen... read more

In Hollywood Digs, veteran film and television writer Ken LaZebnik unearths shards of film history that have rarely seen the light of day. Here is the romantic and tragic saga of Jock Mahoney, legendary stuntman and Hollywood's thirteenth Tarzan; F. Scott Fitzgerald, toward the end of his life, living in a cottage on the Encino estate of film butler Edward Everett Horton; Micky Moore, who spen... read more

The People of the Broken Neck

Silas Dent Zobal

From the woods where he hides with his nearly grown son Clarke and his young daughter King, ex-Army Ranger Dominick Sawyer watches Agent Charlie Basin’s flashlight beam bounce on the walls inside his cabin. Dom’s wife is missing. His post-trauma hallucinations rip at him explosively and bring him to his knees. And a local deputy sheriff is dead. When the FBI agents recede into the night, the S... read more

From the woods where he hides with his nearly grown son Clarke and his young daughter King, ex-Army Ranger Dominick Sawyer watches Agent Charlie Basin’s flashlight beam bounce on the walls inside his cabin. Dom’s wife is missing. His post-trauma hallucinations rip at him explosively and bring him to his knees. And a local deputy sheriff is dead. When the FBI agents recede into the night, the S... read more

South of Everything: A Novel

Audrey Taylor Gonzalez

ForeWord Reviews’ IndieFab Book of the Year “Editor’s Choice Award”Independent Publisher Awards Bronze “Best Regional Fiction South”Winner of International Book Awards in “Religious Fiction” CategorySet in 1940s Germantown, Tennessee, South of Everything is a magical coming of age story about the daughter of a plantation-owning family, who, despite her privileged background, finds more in comm... read more

ForeWord Reviews’ IndieFab Book of the Year “Editor’s Choice Award”Independent Publisher Awards Bronze “Best Regional Fiction South”Winner of International Book Awards in “Religious Fiction” CategorySet in 1940s Germantown, Tennessee, South of Everything is a magical coming of age story about the daughter of a plantation-owning family, who, despite her privileged background, finds more in comm... read more

Falling for Me: How I Hung Curtains, Learned to Cook, Traveled to Seville, and Fell in Love

Anna David

“Funny, smart, and compulsively likeable, Anna David is this decade’s answer to Carrie Bradshaw. There won’t be a single second you won’t root for her as she bravely tries to answer the resonating question: how can I be my best self?”—Allison Winn Scotch, New York Times bestselling author of The Department of Lost and FoundThe sex-and-relationship expert on G4’s Attack of the Show, author of P... read more

“Funny, smart, and compulsively likeable, Anna David is this decade’s answer to Carrie Bradshaw. There won’t be a single second you won’t root for her as she bravely tries to answer the resonating question: how can I be my best self?”—Allison Winn Scotch, New York Times bestselling author of The Department of Lost and FoundThe sex-and-relationship expert on G4’s Attack of the Show, author of P... read more

Elsewhere, California: A Novel

Dana Johnson

We first met Avery in two of the stories featured in Dana Johnson’s award–winning collection Break Any Woman Down. As a young girl, she and her family escape the violent streets of Los Angeles to a more gentrified existence in suburban West Covina. This average life, filled with school, trips to 7–Eleven to gawk at Tiger Beat magazine, and family outings to Dodger Stadium, is soon interrupted ... read more

We first met Avery in two of the stories featured in Dana Johnson’s award–winning collection Break Any Woman Down. As a young girl, she and her family escape the violent streets of Los Angeles to a more gentrified existence in suburban West Covina. This average life, filled with school, trips to 7–Eleven to gawk at Tiger Beat magazine, and family outings to Dodger Stadium, is soon interrupted ... read more

Scary School

Derek the Ghost

You think your school's scary?Get a load of these teachers:Ms. Fang, an 850-year-old vampireDr. Dragonbreath, who just might eat you before recessMrs. T—break the rules and spend your detention with a hungry Tyrannosaurus rex!PlusGargoyles, goblins, and Frankenstein's monster on the looseThe world's most frighteningly delicious school lunchAndThe narrator's an eleven-year-old ghost!Join Charle... read more

You think your school's scary?Get a load of these teachers:Ms. Fang, an 850-year-old vampireDr. Dragonbreath, who just might eat you before recessMrs. T—break the rules and spend your detention with a hungry Tyrannosaurus rex!PlusGargoyles, goblins, and Frankenstein's monster on the looseThe world's most frighteningly delicious school lunchAndThe narrator's an eleven-year-old ghost!Join Charle... read more

Charlie and the Grandmothers

Katy Towell

A visit to Grandmother’s house has never been so frightening. . . . Charlie and Georgie Oughtt have been sent to visit their Grandmother Pearl, and this troubles Charlie for three reasons. The first is that he’s an exceptionally nervous twelve-year-old boy, and he worries about everything. The second is that the other children in his neighborhood who pay visits to their grandmothers never seem... read more

A visit to Grandmother’s house has never been so frightening. . . . Charlie and Georgie Oughtt have been sent to visit their Grandmother Pearl, and this troubles Charlie for three reasons. The first is that he’s an exceptionally nervous twelve-year-old boy, and he worries about everything. The second is that the other children in his neighborhood who pay visits to their grandmothers never seem... read more

Heidegger's Glasses: A Novel

Thaisa Frank

Heidegger’s Glasses opens during the end of World War II in a failing Germany coming apart at the seams. The Third Reich’s strong reliance on the occult and its obsession with the astral plane has led to the formation of an underground compound of scribes—translators responsible for answering letters written to those eventually killed in the concentration camps.Into this covert compound comes ... read more

Heidegger’s Glasses opens during the end of World War II in a failing Germany coming apart at the seams. The Third Reich’s strong reliance on the occult and its obsession with the astral plane has led to the formation of an underground compound of scribes—translators responsible for answering letters written to those eventually killed in the concentration camps.Into this covert compound comes ... read more

Blue Nude: A Novel

Elizabeth Rosner

Once a prominent painter, Danzig now shares his wisdom and technique with students at San Francisco’s Art Institute—yet his own canvases remain empty. When he meets Israeli-born Merav, the beautiful new model for his class, he senses she may reignite his artistic passion. Merav moved to California to escape the danger and violence of the Middle East, yet she cannot outrun her fears about the p... read more

Once a prominent painter, Danzig now shares his wisdom and technique with students at San Francisco’s Art Institute—yet his own canvases remain empty. When he meets Israeli-born Merav, the beautiful new model for his class, he senses she may reignite his artistic passion. Merav moved to California to escape the danger and violence of the Middle East, yet she cannot outrun her fears about the p... read more

Love Junkie: A Memoir

Rachel Resnick

Rachel Resnick hits her forties single, broke, depressed, and childless. Looking back over years of failed relationships, she identifies a lifelong addiction to love-an addiction to the unfulfilled fantasy of romantic bliss, marriage, and family, and to a string of sexual relationships that only carry her farther from that dream. As she peels back one raw layer after another, she must eventual... read more

Rachel Resnick hits her forties single, broke, depressed, and childless. Looking back over years of failed relationships, she identifies a lifelong addiction to love-an addiction to the unfulfilled fantasy of romantic bliss, marriage, and family, and to a string of sexual relationships that only carry her farther from that dream. As she peels back one raw layer after another, she must eventual... read more

This River: A Memoir

James Brown

Award-winning author James Brown gained a cult following after chronicling his turbulent childhood and spiraling drug addiction in The Los Angeles Diaries. This River picks up where Brown left off in his first memoir, describing his tenuous relationship with sobriety, telling of agonizing relapses, and tracking his attempts to become a better father.This is the heartbreaking and at times uplif... read more

Award-winning author James Brown gained a cult following after chronicling his turbulent childhood and spiraling drug addiction in The Los Angeles Diaries. This River picks up where Brown left off in his first memoir, describing his tenuous relationship with sobriety, telling of agonizing relapses, and tracking his attempts to become a better father.This is the heartbreaking and at times uplif... read more

Half in Love: Surviving the Legacy of Suicide

Linda Gray Sexton

After the agony of witnessing her mother's multiple—and ultimately successful—suicide attempts, Linda Gray Sexton, daughter of the acclaimed poet Anne Sexton, struggles with an engulfing undertow of depression. Here, with powerful, unsparing prose, Sexton conveys her urgent need to escape the legacy of suicide that consumed her family—a topic rarely explored, even today, in such poignant depth... read more

After the agony of witnessing her mother's multiple—and ultimately successful—suicide attempts, Linda Gray Sexton, daughter of the acclaimed poet Anne Sexton, struggles with an engulfing undertow of depression. Here, with powerful, unsparing prose, Sexton conveys her urgent need to escape the legacy of suicide that consumed her family—a topic rarely explored, even today, in such poignant depth... read more

An Absorbing Errand: How Artists and Craftsmen Make Their Way to Mastery

Janna Malamud Smith

An Absorbing Errand provides a philosophical, historical, and analytical look at the creative impulse and how certain artists from a wide field mastered their craft. From Julia Child to Charlie Chaplin, Lady Gaga to Michael Jackson, famous painters to established writers, Smith shows us how each overcame the obstacles they faced in the pursuit of their creative visions.This utilizes stories of... read more

An Absorbing Errand provides a philosophical, historical, and analytical look at the creative impulse and how certain artists from a wide field mastered their craft. From Julia Child to Charlie Chaplin, Lady Gaga to Michael Jackson, famous painters to established writers, Smith shows us how each overcame the obstacles they faced in the pursuit of their creative visions.This utilizes stories of... read more

Masha'allah and Other Stories

Mariah K. Young

Winner of the first James D. Houston Award In Masha'allah, emerging writer Mariah K. Young brings readers deep into the varied lives of remarkable individuals at the fringes of dominant culture. Set in the lively and unpredictable landscape of East Oakland, Young's subtly crafted stories and unforgettable characters continually surprise and delight. In each of these nine tales, Young invites u... read more

Winner of the first James D. Houston Award In Masha'allah, emerging writer Mariah K. Young brings readers deep into the varied lives of remarkable individuals at the fringes of dominant culture. Set in the lively and unpredictable landscape of East Oakland, Young's subtly crafted stories and unforgettable characters continually surprise and delight. In each of these nine tales, Young invites u... read more

Tasting Home: Coming of Age in the Kitchen

Judith Newton

If Julia Child had cooked Italian for a gay husband, used sugar to sweeten a sour childhood, and hosted buffets for a better world, she could have written Tasting Home: Coming of Age in the Kitchen. In this food memoir, Judith Newton shares the unforgettable story of a life on the front lines of activism and in the kitchen. During a difficult childhood, food and cooking were sources of comfort... read more

If Julia Child had cooked Italian for a gay husband, used sugar to sweeten a sour childhood, and hosted buffets for a better world, she could have written Tasting Home: Coming of Age in the Kitchen. In this food memoir, Judith Newton shares the unforgettable story of a life on the front lines of activism and in the kitchen. During a difficult childhood, food and cooking were sources of comfort... read more

Lightning People: A Novel

Christopher Bollen

Joseph Guiteau is a working actor who moved to New York to escape a tragic family history in the Midwest. Wandering through a city transformed by the attacks of September 2001, he frequents gatherings of conspiracy groups, trying to make sense of world events and his own personal history. Looming over his life is a secret that threatens to undermine his new marriage to Del, a snake expert at a... read more

Joseph Guiteau is a working actor who moved to New York to escape a tragic family history in the Midwest. Wandering through a city transformed by the attacks of September 2001, he frequents gatherings of conspiracy groups, trying to make sense of world events and his own personal history. Looming over his life is a secret that threatens to undermine his new marriage to Del, a snake expert at a... read more

Winter's Child (A Wind River Mystery)

Margaret Coel

Margaret Coel’s New York Times bestselling series continues as Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden and Father John O’Malley discover that a centuries-old mystery is tied to a modern-day crime on the Wind River Reservation… In the midst of a blizzard, Myra and Eldon Little Shield found an abandoned baby on their doorstep and brought her inside. Five years later, no one has come back to claim the litt... read more

Margaret Coel’s New York Times bestselling series continues as Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden and Father John O’Malley discover that a centuries-old mystery is tied to a modern-day crime on the Wind River Reservation… In the midst of a blizzard, Myra and Eldon Little Shield found an abandoned baby on their doorstep and brought her inside. Five years later, no one has come back to claim the litt... read more

The Book of Harold: The Illegitimate Son of God

Owen Egerton

The Book of Harold is as profound and deeply respectful a novel as it is irreverent in its wild, often hilarious take on a modern messianic movement in suburbia. The titular and sometimes exasperating hero of this masterful satire is Harold Peeks, a middle-aged suburbanite living a lonely if typical modern life in the outskirts of Houston, Texas. His world feels bland and pointless until one e... read more

The Book of Harold is as profound and deeply respectful a novel as it is irreverent in its wild, often hilarious take on a modern messianic movement in suburbia. The titular and sometimes exasperating hero of this masterful satire is Harold Peeks, a middle-aged suburbanite living a lonely if typical modern life in the outskirts of Houston, Texas. His world feels bland and pointless until one e... read more

Lily of the Nile

Stephanie Dray

With her parents dead, the daughter of Cleopatra and Mark Antony is left at the mercy of her Roman captors. Heir to one empire and prisoner of another, Princess Selene must save her brothers and reclaim what is rightfully hers... In the aftermath of Alexandria's tragic fall, Princess Selene is taken from Egypt, the only home she's ever known. Along with her two surviving brothers, she's put on... read more

With her parents dead, the daughter of Cleopatra and Mark Antony is left at the mercy of her Roman captors. Heir to one empire and prisoner of another, Princess Selene must save her brothers and reclaim what is rightfully hers... In the aftermath of Alexandria's tragic fall, Princess Selene is taken from Egypt, the only home she's ever known. Along with her two surviving brothers, she's put on... read more

Compromise Cake: Lessons Learned from My Mother's Recipe Box

Nancy Spiller

After her mother's death in 2007, Nancy Spiller discovered her mother's teaching credential buried in a recipe box. Her mother had taught for only one year before marrying and having four children. Spiller realized that she had probably been her mother's best and only student in the kitchen.Compromise Cake explores Spiller's life in the suburbs in Northern California in the 1960's, learning to... read more

After her mother's death in 2007, Nancy Spiller discovered her mother's teaching credential buried in a recipe box. Her mother had taught for only one year before marrying and having four children. Spiller realized that she had probably been her mother's best and only student in the kitchen.Compromise Cake explores Spiller's life in the suburbs in Northern California in the 1960's, learning to... read more

This Vacant Paradise: A Novel

Victoria Patterson

Story Prize and California Book Award finalist Victoria Patterson revisits Newport Beach in This Vacant Paradise, examining the intersections of economics, class, race, sex, and family expectations during the mid-1990’s. Esther lives with her grandmother, a virulent matriarch who controls her family with her wealth. Esther knows that an advantageous marriage replete with social standing, famil... read more

Story Prize and California Book Award finalist Victoria Patterson revisits Newport Beach in This Vacant Paradise, examining the intersections of economics, class, race, sex, and family expectations during the mid-1990’s. Esther lives with her grandmother, a virulent matriarch who controls her family with her wealth. Esther knows that an advantageous marriage replete with social standing, famil... read more

The Dangerous Animals Club

Stephen Tobolowsky

From legendary character actor Stephen Tobolowsky, comes a collection of memoiristic pieces about life, love, acting, and adventure, told with a beguiling voice and an uncommon talent for storytelling.The Dangerous Animals Club by Stephen Tobolowsky is a series of stories that form a non-linear autobiography. Each story stands on its own, and yet there are larger interconnecting narratives tha... read more

From legendary character actor Stephen Tobolowsky, comes a collection of memoiristic pieces about life, love, acting, and adventure, told with a beguiling voice and an uncommon talent for storytelling.The Dangerous Animals Club by Stephen Tobolowsky is a series of stories that form a non-linear autobiography. Each story stands on its own, and yet there are larger interconnecting narratives tha... read more

The Facebook Diet: 50 Funny Signs of Facebook Addiction and Ways to Unplug with a Digital Detox (The Unplug Series)

Gemini Adams

This Moms Choice gold award-winner inspires us to examine the health of our high-tech habits with a tongue-in-cheek look at our love of social media. Through 50 hilarious cartoons that complete the question, "You Know You're a Facebook Addict When...?" author and illustrator, Gemini Adams, offers a hilarious look at the most idiotic, embarrassing and cringe-worthy behaviors of our social media... read more

This Moms Choice gold award-winner inspires us to examine the health of our high-tech habits with a tongue-in-cheek look at our love of social media. Through 50 hilarious cartoons that complete the question, "You Know You're a Facebook Addict When...?" author and illustrator, Gemini Adams, offers a hilarious look at the most idiotic, embarrassing and cringe-worthy behaviors of our social media... read more

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