2 The Source for Couples ran a slideshow from the very funny Of Course You're Still Cool, Honey by Dan Consiglio.  The book is a testament to how a little white lie can stretch to the utterly ridiculous.  What fun! Weber's Time To Grill continues to gather steam and is recommended by, excerpted from and referenced on Canada.com, January Magazine, CTV News, in the Milton Canadian Champion (one of Canada's oldest community newspapers), and the Edmonton Journal.

An interview with Lisa Occhipinti, the author of The Repurposed Library ran in the National Post, and a fun review was published on workliveplay.com. Looking for some DIY inspiration?  Lisa's book presents a collection of DIY projects that utilize every imaginable part of a book—from hardback cover to individual pages—to create new art objects and practical items for the home.  Eat your heart out e-book.

Campfire Cookery continues on a quest to delight every reader who flips through it's beautifully photographed pages. Post City Magazine included the book in a fabulous article on summer must-have's and House and Home excerpted a sample of recipes online.

Anna Boiardi, author of Delicious Memories: Recipes and Stories from the Chef Boyardee Family was interviewed in the Toronto Sun by foodie Rita Demontis.  A fascinating made-in-America success story, the book's intro is a must-read tale of a hard-working Italian family looking to make it in depression-era New York.

Crows of Pearblossum was reviewed by Bernie Goedhart in The Gazette with the story picked up in the Calgary Herald and Ottawa Citizen.

September: A History Painting by Gerhard Richter is scheduled to be featured in the September issue of Zoomer Magazine.

George Harrison: Living in the Material World is getting tons of attention south of the border as anticipation for the HBO documentary of the same name continues to build for Beatles fans.  For more information on the project visit Canada's JazzFM91 website.

Star Wars Visions was featured in Calgary's Avenue Magazine which profiled Calgary illustrator, painter and Design instructor Maya Gohill who contributed to the book.

A Radiant Life, a collection of columns by Nuala O'Faolain was featured in The Province in an article on same sex marriage in Canada. Through a prism of casual, everyday experiences and encounters, O’Faolain chronicles a turbulent chapter in Ireland’s history. Incisive, passionate, and witty, the writings in this volume reveal flawed public policies, human foibles, and universal experiences that remain relevant today.