Decoding Despacito by Leila Cobo

Decoding Despacito by Leila CoboEnter for a chance to win one of twenty copies of Decoding “Despacito” by Leila Cobo, Billboard's VP of Latin Music and the world's ultimate authority on popular Latin music!

Don’t miss this behind the scenes look at the music that is currently the soundtrack of the globe. Decoding "Despacito" tracks the stories behind the biggest Latin hits of the past fifty years, from “Bailando” to “Livin’ La Vida Loca.”

“An up-tempo journey through some of Latin music’s greatest hits.” – Kirkus Reviews

Spellmaker by Charlie N. Holmberg

Spellmaker by Charlie N. HolmbergDead wizards, stolen enchantments, and broken promises force a young spellbreaker out of the shadows in the next thrilling installment of the Spellbreaker series by the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Paper Magician.

England, 1895. An unsolved series of magician murders and opus thefts isn’t a puzzle to Elsie Camden. But to reveal a master spellcaster as the culprit means incriminating herself as an unregistered spellbreaker. When Elsie refuses to join forces with the charming assassin, her secret is exposed, she’s thrown in jail, and the murderer disappears. But Elsie’s hope hasn’t vanished.

Through a twist of luck, the elite magic user Bacchus Kelsey helps Elsie join the lawful, but with a caveat: they must marry to prove their cover story. Forced beneath a magical tutor while her bond with Bacchus grows, Elsie seeks to thwart the plans of England’s most devious criminal—if she can find them.

With hundreds of stolen spells at their disposal, the villain has a plan—and it involves seducing Elsie to the dark side. But even now that her secret is out, Elsie must be careful how she uses the new abilities she’s discovering, or she may play right into the criminal’s hands.

For All She Knows by Jamie Beck

For All She Knows by Jamie BeckTwo mothers face the consequences of their choices in a gripping novel about friendship, family, and forgiveness by Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author Jamie Beck.

Grace first met Mimi when she blew into their sons’ toddler playgroup like a warm bay breeze that loosened Grace’s tight spaces. Despite differing approaches to life and parenting, the fast friends raised their kids together while cementing a sisterlike bond that neither believed could be broken. But when a string of ill-fated decisions results in a teen party with a tragic outcome for Grace’s son, the friendship is ripped apart and an already-splintered community explodes.

Accusations are leveled, litigation ensues, and the people of Potomac Point take sides, all of which threatens Mimi’s business and her current custody agreement. Her sole salvation is a young cop who just might be her second chance at love. That fact only antagonizes Grace, whose marriage is crumbling beneath the weight of blame and the echo of past mistakes.

With their lives unraveling, the former friends stand to lose everything they love unless they learn to forgive—both themselves and each other.

Unbroken by A. Kelly

Unbroken by A.  KellyEnter for a chance to win two signed copies of Unbroken: A Slow Burn Kidnapper-to-Protector Romance.

He’s haunted by his murdered family. She’s targeted by a vengeful ex. When a kidnapping binds them together, will they tie the knot?

Unbroken is a gripping standalone romantic suspense novel. If you like wounded heroes, steamy twists, and hard-fought happy endings, then you’ll adore A. Kelly’s scorching thrill-ride.

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How Stella Learned to Talk by Christina Hunger

How Stella Learned to Talk by Christina HungerEnter for your chance to win an Advance Reader's Edition of HOW STELLA LEARNED TO TALK by Christina Hunger!

An incredible, revolutionary true story and surprisingly simple guide to teaching your dog to talk from speech-language pathologist Christina Hunger, who has taught her dog, Stella, to communicate using simple paw-sized buttons associated with different words.

When speech-language pathologist Christina Hunger first came home with her puppy, Stella, it didn’t take long for her to start drawing connections between her job and her new pet. During the day, she worked with toddlers with significant delays in language development and used Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices to help them communicate. At night, she wondered: If dogs can understand words we say to them, shouldn’t they be able to say words to us? Can dogs use AAC to communicate with humans?

Christina decided to put her theory to the test with Stella and started using a paw-sized button programmed with her voice to say the word “outside” when clicked, whenever she took Stella out of the house. A few years later, Stella now has a bank of more than thirty word buttons, and uses them daily either individually or together to create near-complete sentences.

How Stella Learned to Talk is part memoir and part how-to guide. It chronicles Christina and Stella's journey, and reveals the techniques Christina used to teach Stella, broken down into simple stages and actionable steps.

A Million Things To Ask A Neuroscientist by Mike Tranter

A Million Things To Ask A Neuroscientist by Mike TranterEnter for your chance to win 1 of 20 signed First Edition copies of the most exciting and humorous books explaining how the brain works.

Just how much do we really understand about the pink mushy thing in our head?

A Million Things To Ask A Neuroscientist: the brain made easy - answers some of the most asked questions about the brain, making the science fun and accessible to everyone.

Inside, you will journey through some of the most interesting and strange things that our brain does every single day.

Have you always wanted to know just what a memory actually is, or why we dream? What is our consciousness? Why do some people seem to ‘click’ with others? And can our brain really multi-task? Does a genius have a different brain?

Together, we will explore some of the strange and mysterious things that our brain does, like how staring at your own reflection can turn your face into a dog, or how you can be blind, but still see.

It also guides you through some of the most cutting-edge research that is happening today and how it is going to change the future of the human race.

In the final chapter, some of the most promising women in science share their insights about the challenges they have faced, and their defining achievements, as they share their perspective of what makes them stand out as scientists.

Rock the Boat by Beck Dorey-Stein

Rock the Boat by Beck Dorey-SteinEnter for a chance to win an advance copy of ROCK THE BOAT by Beck Dorey-Stein.

When Kate Campbell's life in Manhattan suddenly implodes, she is forced to return to Sea Point, the small town full of quirky locals, quaint bungalows, and beautiful beaches where she grew up. With every intention (and a three-point plan) of winning back what she's lost, Kate needs one summer at home to prove she's worthy of New York.

Meanwhile, Miles Hoffman--aka "The Prince of Sea Point"--has also returned home to show his mother that he's capable of taking over the family business, and he's promised to help his childhood best friend, Ziggy Miller, with his own financial struggles at the same time. Kate, Miles, and Ziggy converge in Sea Point just as the town faces an identity crisis of its own when a developer tries to cash in on its potential. As the summer swells, white lies, and long-buried secrets prove as corrosive as the salt air, threatening to forever erode not only the bonds between the three friends but also the landscape of the beachside community they call home.

Full of heart and humor, Rock the Boat is a joyful and compelling portrait of coming of age, revealing just how far back we must go in order to move forward.

Hang the Moon by Alexandria Bellefleur

Hang the Moon by Alexandria BellefleurMia Sosa says "Alexandria Bellefleur is an author to watch. Her writing is joyful and heartfelt, and her voice sparkles with a delightful mix of wit, humor, and good-natured sarcasm." Enter now for your chance to win a galley of Hang the Moon!

A hopeless romantic who vows to show his childhood crush that romance isn’t dead by recreating iconic dates from his favorite films...

The Brass Queen by Elizabeth Chatsworth

The Brass Queen by Elizabeth ChatsworthEnter for a chance to win one of three first edition signed copies of THE BRASS QUEEN by Elizabeth Chatsworth. "Comedy, romance, and adventure light up this delightful steampunk romp set in an alternate Victorian age."

By day, Constance Haltwhistle is a lady in possession of a fortune, very much in need of a noble husband. By night, she’s the “Brass Queen,” inventor of Victorian England’s finest weapons. With the thoroughly unsuitable and frustrating US spy J.F. Trusdale by her side, she sets out to find both a husband and a stolen invisibility serum to save her estate, and the world, in just three days.

"Chatsworth debuts with a fun, frothy blend of fantasy and romance . . . Fans of humorous fantasy and headstrong heroines will be delighted."
--Publishers Weekly

"An intriguing alternate world, filled with sharply amusing dialog and lively characters. VERDICT A delightful gaslamp fantasy that will please readers of Gail Carriger and Kate Locke."
--Library Journal

"With a satisfying bite, this steampunk venture includes an insightful twist on the British Empire, making frequent nods to Queen Victoria’s bloodthirstiness and the era’s inequitable treatment of women. Best of all, Constance stays center stage: a feisty, lovable heroine who is capable of rescuing herself, thank you very much.”
--Foreword Reviews

“Rollicking fun and sharp as a brass tack, this book is everything steampunk should be.”
--Cat Rambo, Nebula Award winner

What Unites Us by Dan Rather

What Unites Us by Dan RatherEnter for a chance to win one of 25 finished copies of WHAT UNITES US!

In this graphic novel adaptation of his bestselling collection of essays, legendary news anchor Dan Rather provides a voice of reason and explores what it means to be a true patriot.

Brought to life in stunning color by artist Tim Foley, What Unites Us: The Graphic Novel takes apart the building blocks of this country, from the freedoms that define us, to the values that have transformed us, to the institutions that sustain us. Rather’s vast experience and his unique perspective as one of America's most renowned newscasters shed light on who we were and who we are today, allowing us to see a possible future, where we are one country; united.

Animal by Lisa Taddeo

Animal by Lisa TaddeoEnter for a change to win one of 15 advance copies of Animal by Lisa Taddeo, the scorching debut novel from the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller and international phenomenon Three Women.

Honestly, sometimes I think it’s the only recourse. Killing men in times like these.

Joan has spent a lifetime enduring the cruel acts of men. But when one of them commits a shocking act of violence in front of her, she flees New York City in search of Alice, the only person alive who can help her make sense of her past. In the sweltering hills above Los Angeles, Joan unravels the horrific event she witnessed as a child—that has haunted her every waking moment—while forging the power to finally strike back.

Animal is a depiction of female rage at its rawest, and a visceral exploration of the fallout from a male-dominated society.

The Hemingway Stories by Ernest Hemingway

The Hemingway Stories by Ernest HemingwayEnter for a chance to win one of 100 copies of THE HEMINGWAY STORIES, a new collection showcasing the best of Ernest Hemingway’s short stories including his well-known classics, as featured in 'Hemingway', the magnificent three-part, six-hour PBS documentary by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, premiering on PBS April 5!