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2020 Wyatt-MacKenzie Releases


Fairytale: The Pointer Sisters’ Family Story Anita Pointer & Fritz Pointer with Dave Smitherman


ISBN: 978-1-948018-38-8
6 x 9 Hardcover $30.00
272 Pages, 140 images
ISBN: 978-198018-39-5
Softcover $23.00, eBook $9.99

New Pub Date: FEBRUARY 11, 2020

Billboard's “#4 Top Girl Group of All Time” performer Anita Pointer with her brother, Professor of African History and Literature, Fritz Pointers’ FAIRYTALE: THE POINTER SISTERS’ FAMILY STORY, an intimate portrait of the legendary Grammy-winning R&B group with social, political, cultural, racial, and female empowerment messages for a new generation.









Connections Over Compliance Dr. Lori L. Desautels


ISBN: 978-1-948018-89-0
5.5 x 8.5, 312 Pages
Softcover $24.00

Pub Date: September 2020

Children who carry chronic behavioral challenges are often met with reactive and punitive practices that can potentially reactivate the developing stress response systems.

Our third title with Dr. Desautels, this book rewires our perception of discipline, deeply addressing the need for co-regulatory and relational touch point practices, shifting student-focused behavior management protocols to adult regulated brain and body states which are brain aligned, preventive, and relational discipline protocols. This new lens for discipline benefits all students by reaching for sustainable behavioral changes through brain state awareness rather than compliance and obedience.

The Godfather of Green Jerry Yudelson

with a foreword by Ed Begley Jr


ISBN: 978-1-948018-72-2
324 Pages
Softcover $22.00, eBook $9.99

Pub Date: EARTH DAY 2020

Social activist, environmentalist, engineer, spiritual seeker - some of the many hats Jerry Yudelson wore during an extensive career chronicled in his deliciously detailed, emotionally revealing, and spiritually insightful environmental memoir.

After organizing for the first Earth Day, Jerry dropped out of grad school, pursued spiritual development and encountered the renowned Indian master Swami Muktananda, who initiated him into a powerful meditation practice, giving him experiences that upended his life.

Author of 12 books on green building and sustainable development, named a "LEED Fellow" by the U.S. Green Building Council and "The Godfather of Green" by Wired magazine, Jerry followed an unusual career path toward sustainability leadership.

The First Emma Camille Di Maio


ISBN: 978-1-948018-76-0
328 Pages, 5.5 x 8.25
$15.95, Trade Paperback
Pub Date: May 5, 2020


Camille Di Maio's fifth novel THE FIRST EMMA is the true story of Emma Koehler, whose tycoon husband Otto was killed in a crime-of-the-century murder by one of his two mistresses—both also named Emma—and her unlikely rise as CEO of a brewing empire during Prohibition. When a chance to tell her story to a young teetotaler arises, a tale unfolds of love, war, beer, and the power of women.







I Know How This Ends Amy Impellizzeri


ISBN: 978-1-948018-64-7
304 Pages, 5.25 x 8
$15.95, Trade Paperback
Pub Date: March 3, 2020


This is our 5th book with Amy Impellizzeri ~ the paraquel to her award-winning debut novel, LEMONGRASS HOPE.

I KNOW HOW THIS ENDS commences at a graduation ceremony in Spring 2020 for a very special class all born to mothers who were in and around the twin towers on 9/11, pregnant, and survived. The young valedictorian awaits her parents, who are caught in a time slip, and whose parallel lives are about to crash and burn.

Take the "Did that just happen?" from Life of Pi and splice it with the parallel lives and loves Gwyneth Paltrow faced in Sliding Doors, add some ghosts of Sophie's Choice and you've got I KNOW HOW THIS ENDS, but you won't even when you get there.

You Look Something: an indigenous coming-of-age novel Jessica Mehta


ISBN: 978-1-948018-71-5
304 Pages, 5.25 x 8
$15.95, Trade Paperback
Pub Date: April 7, 2020

YOU LOOK SOMETHING is somewhat of a prequel to the author’s award-winning debut novel THE WRONG KIND OF INDIAN. College is supposed to be the best years of your life, a time when you “find your tribe.” But what does that mean for a first-generation, urban, indigenous young woman who stumbled into her freshman year to escape an abusive relationship? Armed with nothing more than piles of students loans, this is one indigenous girl’s journey through the most challenging set of obstacles yet … and finding herself in the process.


Waiting for Grace: a novel of redemption Caroline Zani


ISBN: 978-1-948018-71-5
304 Pages, 5.25 x 8
$15.95, Trade Paperback
Pub Date: February 4, 2020


Intuitive medium Caroline E. Zani’s follow-up to her award-winning debut novel PIPER, ONCE & AGAIN which shook readers with past life regressions, WAITING FOR GRACE cracks open a lawyer-turned-therapist who flees the law in Los Angeles to open a practice in Bar Harbor, Maine, providing forward life progressions to those who are lost, helping them manifest their dream lives, while he cares for his newly adopted not-dogs, Smudge and Ink, desperately awaiting hope and redemption.



Uncomfortably Numb: a memoir Meredith O'Brien


ISBN: 978-1-948018-70-8
268 Pages, 5.5 x 8.5
$16.00, Trade Paperback
Pub Date: March 3, 2020


Our 4th book with Boston writer and journalism professor Meredith O'Brien's ~ we're so proud to publish UNCOMFORTABLY NUMB, her memoir about being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and losing a life as it was once imagined, as well as the ultimate, uneasy peace that's achieved with the permanent uncertainty which accompanies living with a chronic illness.






The Seven Fred Brock


ISBN: 978-1-948018-77-7
224 Pages, 5.5 x 8.5
$15.95, Trade Paperback
Pub Date: June 2020


New York Times journalist, best-selling author, and MUFON member, Fred Ellis Brock's trilogy THE SEVEN about a former reporter in an effort to find a friend's missing 12-year-old daughter unravels a U.S. Government conspiracy, a massive cover-up, and murder; the seasoned skeptic and widower is shocked to discover love, abduction, and the UFO phenomenon could all be connected.





The Flying Cutterbucks Kathleen Rodgers


ISBN: 978-1-948018-78-4
224 Pages, 5.5 x 8.5
$15.95, Trade Paperback
Pub Date: June 2020


A serving of “Fried Green Tomatoes” set against the backdrop of presidential elections for the #MeToo and #ShePersists generation; centering on a Gold Star family of a fighter pilot MIA in Vietnam and the women he left behind; exposing the collateral damage — of war, rape, racism toward Latinos, elections, patriarchies, and false patriotism — with the satisfaction of action, resistance, and a female cast’s fight against oppression.





Sacred Landscapes of the Soul: Aligning with the Divine Wherever You Are Karen Brailsford


ISBN: 978-1-948018-81-4
5.83 x 8.27, 264 Pages, full-color
Hardcover $37.00, eBook $9.99

September 2020

Spiritual Therapist Karen Brailsford’s SACRED LANDSCAPES OF THE SOUL includes 111 meditations, structured around nine metaphorical landscapes, which guide the reader over emotional terrains on a journey toward solace, courage, confidence, and conviction, providing a sense of place that can be mined for inner awareness.









Can I Borrow $400? A Debt Freedom Plan from Danny Kofke


ISBN: 978-1-948018-73-9
6 x 9, 212 Pages
Softcover $22.00, eBook $9.99

Pub Date: Spring 2020

Many of us are one slip away from financial disaster. The main reason for this is the amount of debt we have. Life allows us to learn from our mistakes and make a change in the right direction. It will take some work and sacrifice, but this book will show you how it can be done. You can march toward debt freedom and live a wealthy life, and never ask to borrow $400 again.








The Madwoman of Preacher’s Cove Joy Ross Davis


ISBN: 978-1-948018-85-2
5.5 x 8.5, 264 Pages
Softcover $15.95, eBook $4.99

Pub Date: Fall 2020

Set in the woods called The Hallows, a place where Druids once roamed; a series of deaths by lightning strikes attracts an investigative reporter who stumbles into an ancient mystery and the stories of a woman horribly disfigured by the fire that killed her children—Lucy Addams, her protective sister Libby, and a preacher who may hold the sinister key to unlock everyone's secrets.