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New Releases—September 2021

New Releases—September 2021

Isabella Guerra is an educated twenty-nine-year-old trailblazer living in Brooklyn, New York, following her dreams, beating her own drum-and she is in love. But life wasn’t always like this. She has gone through her fair share of hurdles, heartache, and loss. One day,...

An Interview with Eleanor McCallie Cooper

An Interview with Eleanor McCallie Cooper

  Eleanor McCallie Cooper is drawn by her deep Southern roots to write stories that have been hidden or forgotten. She chronicles families on the edge of traumatic historical events portending personal and social turmoil, and previously co-authored Grace: An...

New Nautilus Book Award Season Launches

New Nautilus Book Award Season Launches

Calling all authors, it is with great excitement that today officially begins the 23rd season of the Nautilus Book Awards! Welcoming entries from Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021 through February 11, 2022, Nautilus is excited to celebrate and honor Better Books for a Better...

Undaunted: Leadership Amid Growth and Adversity

By Ed Zier

“While reading Undaunted, I felt as though I was back on that horrible day. Ed Zier does a remarkable job of personalizing an event that shook the world. A small group of innocent, decent, hardworking Americans now have their story told along with so many others.”

-Thomas Von Essen, Former FDNY Commissioner for the City of New York and Author of Strong of Heart


The Overlooked Voices of Hurricane Katrina:

The Resilience and Recovery of Mississippi Black Women

By Ophera Davis

The Overlooked Voices of Hurricane Katrina brings overlooked voices to the forefront as women disaster survivors share their stories and strategies of survival and recovery before, during, and after Katrina. These empowered women provide, in their own words, lessons learned and strategies for how to rebuild one’s life after disasters.

Strike Hard and Expect No Mercy: A Tank Platoon Leader in Iraq

By Galen Peterson

Strike Hard and Expect No Mercy is the story of boots on the ground in Iraq, as seen through the eyes of a tank platoon leader. It is a gritty and visceral dive into the combat experience, flavored with the anguish of loss, the exhilaration of victories, the frustrations of defeats, and the humor required to survive.

Announcing the launch of

Koehler Books Español


Featured Author

Eleanor McCallie Cooper

Author of Dragonfly Dreams 


Q. What do you consider to be one of the most important messages in Dragonfly Dreams?


A: At the beginning of the book, a dragonfly lands on Nini’s arm and her best friend Chiyoko tells her, “If a dragonfly lands on you, it means change is coming. You better watch your dreams, Nini.” How do we deal with change? We hear expressions today like “the world is coming apart” or “the end of the world as we know it,” but Nini’s world literally collapsed around her. That may be how young people feel today.


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Pocket Guide to Publishing: 100 Things Authors Should Know

“A clever and candid look under the hood of today’s publishing vehicle.” —Shari Stauch, CEO and creator of Where Writers Win “I wish Pocket Guide had been available when I started out.” —Betsy Ashton, author of The Mad Max Mysteries, president of the Virginia Writers Club “A real no nonsense guide for authors that cuts to the chase about publishing.” —William Hazelgrove, bestselling author of The Pitcher and twelve other books Ooh, I need this!