Sandy Springs Resident Publishes New Book – Maxwell’s Suitcase

Peter Bein discovered a stack of frayed letters bound with old shoelaces inside a forbidden suitcase, hidden for forty years at the bottom of his father’s closet.They compelled him to make an appointment with his past. The letters sparked Peter’s journey to family haunts in Germany and Poland and inspired his memoir, Maxwell’s Suitcase. The […]

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Elizabeth
(494) 271-9957
Elizabethbein@gmail.com

November 21st, 2018 Category: Books

Books of the Week: Clue Town Books

Thanks to Sue Rodman of 365 Atlanta Family for “cluing me in” to Clue Town Books.   I was reading her suggestions of what to do in Atlanta over the holiday week and discovered these great interactive books.   As soon as I can get my family to go with me, I’m grabbing the Oakland Cemetery […]

Book of the Week: Irresistible by Andy Stanley

I told someone this week that I’ve been addicted to Andy Stanley podcasts lately.   I literally listened to his 4 part series “The Bible for Grown-Ups” in one afternoon.   Now I’ve moved on to reading his latest book: Irresistible: Reclaiming the New that Jesus Unleashed for the World.   I realize this book won’t be […]

City Winery and Posman Books Announce November Books & Booze Selection

Posman Books and City Winery Atlanta, both located at Ponce City Market, have announced Nappily Ever After by author Trisha R. Thomas as the November selection for the popular monthly book club, Books & Booze. Featuring lively discussions among fellow readers, the free event will be hosted by Marc Stiles, Posman Book’s General Manager, and […]

November 2nd, 2018 Category: Books

Book of the week: The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult

I just downloaded this 2013 book to my Kindle because it is my neighborhood book club’s book of the month for November.   I read the following Amazon description and am very much looking forward to delving into this story! “Mourning the passing of her mother, Sage Singer decides to attend a grief support group. She […]

Book of the Week: Something in the Water

I’ve been in my car a lot lately driving my baby on college tours and visiting my big boy in college. I love my little car by the way.  It has an awesomely long sunroof, it is small and easy to park, I can talk to text with it so easily,  but my most favorite […]

Book of the Week: Where the Crawdads Sing

I was looking for a new book to read and keep hearing my friends say that they always go to Reese Witherspoon’s picks to help them choose. This is what Reese says about her last book of the month: “I can’t even express how much I love this book! My September pick is “Where the […]

Book of the Week: Seamless by Angie Smith

Many of my friends are taking this study right now at DUMC.  I don’t have the time to attend on Wednesdays so decided to do the study on my own and am LOVING this book.   I’ve been able to find several of the accompanying videos online also.   So – if you’ve been looking for a […]

Mom Becomes an Author!

Growing up, one of the first things we introduce our children to are books. But, it’s always another author’s words. What if it could be your own? Atlanta-based, Puerto Rican communications professional Adacelis (Ada) Pérez (aka “Mom”) recently became a self-published author on September 16 when her first book titled, “Anxious Mom, Anxious Child: A […]

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Ada Pérez
(470) 554-8734
adaperez@breathepublishing.com

September 25th, 2018 Category: Books