April 14, 2015 • Dogs, Travel, Women's Interest
We’re thrilled to be publishing the second book from New York Times bestselling author Andrew Knapp. His first book, Find Momo, introduced the bookish world to his adorable, already-Instagram-famous border collie, Momo.
In Find Momo Coast to Coast, Andrew hit the road (in his awesome yellow van) and took some beautiful pictures of Momo (with his awesome red bandana) all across the country.
To celebrate his second book and Andrew’s next batch of adventures, we’re launching a pre-order campaign that’ll give you the chance to score all kinds of swag. Signed bookplates and posters for every pre-orderer? Yup. A chance to win a plush Momo? You betcha.
Read on to find out how to get swag and enter to win epic prizes.
NOTE FOR ALL PRE-ORDER-ERS: To enter, email a photo or a screenshot of your receipt to email@example.com with the subject line "Find Momo Pre-order." Make sure you send us your shipping address with your entry!
Also tweet #FindMomo to unlock some of the higher levels.
This campaign is open to US and Canada only.
April 1, 2015 • Cookbook: Baking, Cookbook: Desserts, Cookbook: General, Women's InterestMarch 27, 2015 • Comics, Women's Interest
For the final part of this series, I want to talk about all of the incredible graphic novels by women that are floating around in book and comic stores out there. These women are putting out beautiful, lengthy, amazing works of art and calling them graphic novels, and you can just buy them! With regular money! At a store! WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE!March 11, 2015 • Women's Interest
March is Women’s History Month, so today we’re celebrating four authors who made a tremendous impact on the literary community. Read on to learn more about these lovely ladies and to download some desktop wallpapers—your computer can celebrate Women’s History Month in style!March 4, 2015 • Women's Interest
Happy National Women’s History Month! Along with celebrating International Women’s Day on March 8, the entirety of March is a time to celebrate the cultural and historical impact of women in America. And this year’s theme is perfect for book lovers like us — Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives.
Sometimes the stories of great women are overlooked (the past is called “his-story,” after all), and as a lifelong geek myself, I know that it can be tough being a woman who identifies as a geek. But we’re definitely not alone! From historical women who helped shape the face of science and math to modern geeky heroes who show us that it’s OK to just be ourselves, let’s highlight some of these amazing women — and these great books about them!