GloZell Green
A fun, inspiring memoir from “the Queen of YouTube” about her journey from anonymity in Florida to massive popularity on the Internet, filled with the unlikeliest of stories that are as poignant as they are hilarious Eager to entertain, dedicated to making people laugh, comedian and video superstar GloZell Green is game for any challenge, no matter how silly, gross, or absurd. Her crazy video stunts have propelled her into the ranks of legendary funny ladies such as Ellen DeGeneres, Whoopi Goldberg, Tina Fey, Carol Burnett, Lucille Ball, and Phyllis Diller—and made her an inspiring icon for a new generation. With this funny and liberating book, GloZell uses the stories from her winding journey to unbelievable success to help her fans and young women everywhere navigate the obstacles we all face in life, while helping them find the greatness unique to each of them, inside and out.

New Releases

Look Both Ways
By Alison Cherry

When We Meet Again
By Kristin Harmel

Is You Okay?
By GloZell Green

My Lost Brothers
By Brendan McDonough with Stephan Talty

How to Be a Redhead: A Guide to Beauty, Skincare, Hair Care, Fashion and Confidence From the Sisters Who Started the Red Hair Revolution
By Adrienne & Stephanie Vendetti

A Darker Shade Of Magic
By Victoria Schwab

The Shadow Queen
By C.J. Redwine

How Far Can You Go?
By John Maclean with Mark Tabb

I Swear I'll Make It Up To You
By Mishka Shubaly

The Prodigy's Cousin: The Family Link Between Autism and Extraordinary Talent
By Joanne Ruthsatz and Kimberly Stephens

WLLA Author Jason Zencka Published In Current Issue of One Story

Jason Zencka has worked as a newspaper reporter in Wisconsin and a criminal defense investigator in Washington, D.C. Currently, he teaches high school English in Minneapolis. He received his MFA from the University of Minnesota. Click the link to read an excerpt of "Catacombs":
The Crazy Way This Paraplegic Learned To Walk Again

New York Post Features Athlete and Author John Maclean

Medics doubted Maclean would survive the 25-mile journey to the hospital near Sydney, Australia. A passing priest had administered last rites. When Maclean arrived at the ER, doctors — with a bit of gallows humor — referred to his probable condition as “mahogany or pine.”

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What Prodigies Could Teach Us About Autism


MANY parents remember a moment when their toddler astounded them. Maybe he outpaced his playgroup at mastering a song. Maybe she knew an esoteric fact about outer space. They might quietly wonder: Is my child a prodigy?

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