A Decade at Skyhorse

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By Abigail Gehring, Associate Publisher and Editorial Director, Cooking & Lifestyle

I almost missed my opportunity to join Skyhorse. It was just over ten years ago, and I was living in Newark, New Jersey, in a half finished kitchen—I kept my clothes in the cabinets over the sink and spackled wallboard … Read More

Publishing is a People Business

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By Mark Gompertz, Group Editorial Director

As I walk around the Skyhorse Publishing offices it is certainly encouraging to see the intense concentration of people working at their desktops. I’m certainly no luddite and can often be seen typing away at my keyboard just like everyone … Read More

Happy Beer Lover’s Day!

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With fall right around the corner, people are getting excited for Octoberfest, football tailgates, and pumpkin beer. So, in honor of National Beer Lover’s Day, we are sharing a recipe from one of our favorite beer books Beer Makes Everything … Read More

The Night Chris Rock Got Discovered

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By Jeffrey Gurian, Author

Please join us in welcoming our new guest blogger, author and comedian Jeffrey Gurian! Here’s one of his (countless) crazy stories. It was 1986, and Eddie Murphy was the biggest movie star in the world because of his leading role … Read More

Happy Aviation Day!

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Happy Aviation Day, Carousel readers! Leslie here! Early in the process of divvying up titles here in the publicity department at Skyhorse, I think it’s natural that we each pounce on book categories we’re attracted to; my colleague Jake, for … Read More

Living Gluten-Free in a Pizza-Loving World

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by Sam Levitz, Assistant Managing Editor

It was July 2009 and I was sitting on a beach in San Diego. The sky was a perfect blue as the waves crashed against the rocks rhythmically. There was a salt taste on my lips, but it wasn’t from … Read More

COTTON

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When new evidence arises in a cold case, can Professor Hopkins refrain from delving into a newfound world of corruption, vice, and danger? Need something new to read with your reader’s group? Look no further! Cotton is a thrilling, stand-alone addition … Read More

Meet the Ex-Wives!

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by Holiday Miller and Valerie Shepherd, Authors

Well, HELLO! We are the Ex-Wives…also known as Holiday & Valerie. We’re tall blondes that share a passion for writing, a gift for gabbing, and… an ex-husband. Yes, really! Our unique friendship began after we both married and divorced the … Read More

The New Face of FIX-IT AND FORGET-IT Slow Cooker Cookbooks

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by Abigail Gehring, Associate Publisher and Editorial Director, Cooking & Lifestyle

Exciting things are happening with Fix-It and Forget-It, our New York Times bestselling slow cooker cookbook series! Slow cooker enthusiast Hope Comerford has taken over as ambassador of the brand and just finished putting together her first Fix-It and Forget-It … Read More

THE LAST CHERRY BLOSSOM

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In recognition of the anniversary of the atomic bombing in Hiroshima, we have selected a book for our August Readers’ Group Pick that is based on a firsthand experience with the tragic attack seventy-one years ago. The Last Cherry Blossom by … Read More

Happy National Coloring Book Day!

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by Susan Fuller, Colorist and Blogger

I’ve always considered myself a colorist, not an artist, because I love to color others’ line art. In 2015, I was excited to see adult coloring books on Amazon. I began to notice local stores selling them as well. One day … Read More