Erin E. Forson

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People We Meet: Unforgettable Conversations

A laudable experience that opens up new and refreshing possibilities in the audio world.

The Dancing Master

A highly satisfying experience for listeners who love historical fiction.

You Are a Badass: How To Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life

Self-help novices and general audiences happy with a more material view of success will find Sincero's colloquial approach refreshing and celebrate her frankness. However, those looking for a more holistic and sophisticated view of success may prefer more researched works like Brendan Bruchard's The Charge.

The Girl Factory: A Memoir

Recommended for those who enjoy coming-of-age memoirs.

Once Upon a Time

Christian writers will enjoy an instructional text that reinforces their core beliefs, while secular writers will be delighted to see how ancient texts like the Bible reinforce story structures and archetypes from the human experience.

How: Why How We Do Anything Means Everything

The back-to-basics approach that focuses on moral, trustworthy business is refreshing despite the author's generous name-dropping. However, the precise methodology for achieving this corporate nirvana seems to be proprietary. The work is most appropriate for those with an interest in business or libraries that serve academic programs with a business focus.

Redwood Bend

The strong chemistry between the two main characters coupled with the breathtaking, cozy Virgin River setting will more than satisfy fans of this popular series. [The Harlequin hc was a New York Times best seller.—Ed.]

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