Coming to a Shelf Near You Fall of 2016
GIRL IN PIECES is the stunning, heartbreaking story of what it means to live in the world when your body is your own worst enemy. It marks the arrival of Kathleen Glasgow, a major new voice in young adult literature. Advance readers have called GIRL IN PIECES "Vivid, devastating, and beautifully written," (Julie Schumacher, best-selling author of Black Box); "Wise, unflinching, and a balm for the kind of heartbreak that can't ever be fully mended," (Summer Wood, best-selling author of Arroyo); and "This sharp and beautiful portrait…illuminates not only the anxiety of youth but the vulnerability and terror of life in general." (Amanda Coplin, best-selling author of The Orchardist).

Soupelina's Soups Featured on Gwyneth Paltrow's GOOP

Get all the recipes when SOUPELINA'S SOUP CLEANSE Comes To A Shelf Near You February 2

GUANTÁNAMO DIARY Listed In NYT Paperback Row

Ten years ago, as an inmate in Guantánamo (where he is still held), Slahi began writing an exhaustive record of his detainment, starting with his 2001 arrest in Mauritania and including the dehumanizing torture and humiliating interrogations he has been subjected to. The resulting book was edited twice: Siems began his work only after the American government left the text strife with redactions.

WLLA Authors Nominated for RT Awards!

Congratulations to Meredith Duran whose book LUCK BE A LADY is nominated in the British Isles-Set Historical Romance category and Sylvain Reynard whose book THE RAVEN is nominated in the Paranormal Romantic Suspense category.