Köehler Books Publishing is distributed by Ingram Content Group. We are currently accepting submissions from agents and authors in most genres with a concentration on YA, Mystery and Suspense, Non-fiction and Memoirs.
F E A T U R E D T I T L E S
Looking for Lydia, Looking for God
by Dean Robertson
Pages : 180
Softcover: $14.95, 978-1-63393-100-8
Hardcover: $26.95, 978-1-63393-170-1
Ebook: $7.99, 978-1-63393-101-5
Pub Date: July 24, 2015
Looking for Lydia; Looking for God is a memoir, a spiritual memoir, and a confession. It is a family saga and a cameo of life in Norfolk after the Civil War and a nineteenth-century woman named Lydia Roper. It is the study of the Bible that began in the Lydia H. Roper Home, in Norfolk, Virginia, and it has grown outward from there in the most unexpected ways.
6”x 9”, 104 pages
SOFTCOVER: $11.95, 978-1-63393-148-0
EBOOK: $3.99, 978-1-94019-294-9
Pub Date: June 20, 2015
JUVENILE FICTION / Humorous
Set the summer before last around a series of happenstances at a community swim and racquet club in Yellow County, Happenstances is a bittersweet, nostalgic, but comic novella about a team of misfits, including a loser who secretly lives in the guard house of the club, a struggling artist with webbed toes, a timid teen with a concave chest, and the beautiful heiress of the Comfort Inn fortune.
CENTERFOLDS: A Collection of Stories
by Charlotte Kemp
6”x 9”, 208 pages, full color interior
SOFTCOVER: $19.95, 978-1-63393-160-2
HARDCOVER: $34.95, 978-1-63393-162-6
EBOOK: $9.99, 978-1-63393-161-9
Pub Date: July 1, 2015
BIOGRAPHY/ Personal Memoirs
Centerfolds is the comprehensive collection of stories from the iconic women of Playboy as told by the real girls next door and the photographers who made them famous.
A Mirror For Fools
Written by Terry Lindvall, Illustrated by John Lawing
Pub. date: July 1, 2015
Trim : 5×7, Pages : 72
Softcover: $9.95 – 9781633930247
Hardcover: $21.95 – 9781633930711
Ebook: $7.99 – 9781633930254
Although laughter has been chased out of sanctuaries and chapels throughout history, it has always had a sneaky presence among religious authors and thinkers. John Lawing and Terry Lindvall celebrate some of the more famous and provocative characters who scribbled funny thoughts on religious subjects with a visual exhibition of select cartoons and lots of doggerel.
Dragon Hearts: Love in China
By Carol Ann Nix
6”x 9”, 448 pages
SOFTCOVER: $21.95, 978-1-63393-142-8
EBOOK: $7.99, 978-1-63393-143-5
Pub Date: July 1, 2015
BIOGRAPHY: Personal Memoirs
Dragon Hearts: Love in China is the true story of a middle-aged American university professor who falls in love with her young Chinese colleague, with her Chinese students and their rich culture, and with nearly every man, woman, and child in Beijing. Page by page you will discover that Americans and Chinese are much more alike than different.