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New books, new authors, new series. Sounds like a triple play.
Third Edition of Eating Vegan in Vegas: If It Can Happen Here, It Can Happen Anywhere . . .
With new chapters geared towards those living a plant-based life who travel to Las Vegas for business or pleasure, this new edition of a successful classic in the field is about to change its focus.
For those 40 million travelers who visit Las Vegas every year, you are in for a big surprise when it comes to the other Las Vegas. This one, the one that has an active Animal Rights community, a coalition of engaged Environment Activists, an Arts and Spiritual life that runs counter to the image of excess and extravagance.
When you get your copy of this new edition, you will enter a city you had no idea even existed. And the book will have a completely updated and revised restaurant guide as well. We’ll be launching the book at the Vegas VegFest. Come see us there on April 9, 2016.
Why Happiness Makes Me Nervous, by Liza Charlesworth
A new hybrid poetry book that combines photos with poems and creates a brand new experience of word and image, that is how we are describing Liza Charlesworth’s first poetry book.
A feast for the eyes as well as the emotions, this lyrical telling of a girl growing up is matched with photos from the creative eye Charlesworth turns to the mundane and magical of the world around us. Available on April 15, 2016 in the month that we celebrate Poetry in the US.
The Third Volume in the Scags Series
Scags at 30
We have almost gotten Scags through her stages of Awakening but this new one is a very difficult one. At 30, she is now in need of admitting who she is, what she believes in and who she loves all before her 30th birthday.
If you think this is an easy task, try it. But don’t try it yet. Wait and read Scags’ troubles coming to terms with all of life’s pesky questions within the winter months that she is now living in New York City in the year 1981. (May, 17, 2016)