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2014 Wyatt-MacKenzie Releases


Lemongrass Hope Amy Impellezzeri

ISBN: 978-1-939288-53-0
308 Pages, 5.25 x 8
$14.95 Paperback
Pub Date: October 2014

Set in the past and present, Lemongrass Hope, is a quirky and unpredictable love story, with a dose of magical realism and believable time travel. Lemongrass Hope weaves together ordinary lives and events to tell an extraordinary tale of connection, loss, renewal, and of course, hope. A tale that invites you to suspend disbelief – or perhaps decide to believe once and for all – in the potent power of love and connection over time and choice.

“A layered, bittersweet romance that questions consequences and explores second chances.”
Kirkus Reviews

“Time itself is a villain in this unusual tale, yet the possibility of a dream come true remains on the horizon. Realistic portrayals mingle with strange phenomena in this heady mix of contemporary romance and psychic twilight.” — ForeWord Reviews, Fall 2014 Issue

Lemongrass Hope is that fine and fresh thing—a truly new story. Amy Impellizzeri is a bold and tender writer,
who makes the impossible feel not only real,
but strangely familiar.” — Jacquelyn Mitchard, #1 New York Times Best-Selling Author

The Twin Connection Hannah & Cailin Loesch

ISBN: 978-1-939288-76-9
165 Pages, Full-color 4.37 x 7
$17.00 Paperback
Pub Date: October 2014

Hannah and Cailin Loesch are 17-year-old identical twins. They are bloggers for Huffington Post Teen, creators and hosts of their own web series The Didja Know Show, and online reporters for Emmy-winning newsmagazine series Teen Kids News.

Hannah and Cailin are already living out their lifelong dream of being journalists—and loving every minute of it. They say that their favorite part of journalism is being able to tell stories, which is exactly what they did in their first book, The Twin Connection.




A Bright Financial Future: Teaching Kids About Money Pre-K through College for Lifelong Success! Danny Kofke

ISBN: 978-1-939288-63-9
224 Pages, 5.5 x 8.5
$15.00 Paperback
Pub Date: September 2014

As a school teacher, Danny Kofke knows first-hand that teachers do a horrible job when it comes to teaching financial literacy in our schools. This is why it is up to parents to educate their children on financial issues. A Bright Financial Future is the perfect tool to guide parents in discussing money matters with their children.

A Bright Financial Future gives specific tips/advice for parents to use with their children starting as young as age 3 and extending all the way up to the young adult years.






The Financial Angel: What All Kids (Ages 4–11) Should Know About Money Ava Kofke, Illustrated by MacKenzie Cleary

ISBN: 978-1-939288-64-6
24 Pages, 8.5 x 8.5
$10.00 Paperback, Illustrated
Pub Date: September 2014

A book for kids ages 4 to 11, written by 9-year-old Ava Kofke who has been taught about money for as long as she can remember by her financial expert dad, Danny Kofke!

Includes Ava's simple definitions and tips about Savings, Spending, Giving, Debit Cards and Credit Cards, plus activities for kids to enjoy learning about money basics.




From Role to Soul: 15 Shifts on the Awakening Journey Annie Burnside

ISBN: 978-1-939288-57-8
248 Pages, 6 x 9
$16.00 Paperback
Pub Date: September 2014

A personal reflection on living consciously as a blended being—both human and soul, simultaneously—in everyday life. In this follow up to her award-winning book Soul to Soul Parenting, Annie exemplifies the notion that, “On the awakening journey, we both come to know who we truly are and come to let go of who we truly are not. There is not much more to it than that.”



Living in the Shadow of the Too-Good Mother Archetype Patti Ashley, Ph.D.

ISBN: 978-1-939288-23-3
184 Pages, 6 x 9
$14.95 Paperback
Pub Date: March 2014

A journey into the heart and soul of mothering— takes you to places that have remained hidden due to out-dated beliefs about what it means to be a good mother. This book reveals the truth about being a good-enough mother and dispels the myths of being a perfect parent.

Based on 32 years of working in pediatric, mental health and public education settings; a doctoral dissertation; and experience of raising four children, Dr. Patti Ashley has written a book that transforms how women feel about themselves as mothers.

Living in the Shadow of the Too-Good Mother Archetype helps women connect more deeply to themselves and others, therefore feeling more authentic, mindful and whole. It weaves real stories and common themes into archetypal mythology and the rapidly changing roles of women, creating the fabric of a new parenting paradigm.







Small Things Considered: Moments from Manliness to Manilow Joel Schwartzberg

ISBN: 978-1-939288-52-3
168 Pages, 5 x 8
$14.95 Paperback
Pub Date: June 2014

The second collection of personal essays from award-winning and nationally-published author and essayist Joel Schwartzberg, examines a variety of tiny obsessions and observations about modern life through the comic perspective of a remarried dad and pop culture junkie. Thirty-six hysterical, heroic, and haunting short pieces sum up a half-lifetime’s worth of experiences that range from relatable and reassuring to funny and fervent, and one extolling Barry Manilow that really depends on how you feel about the guy.