Hot off the press (typewriter) and fresh on the newsstand (refrigerator), sandwiched in between Calvin's summer camp schedule and Adelaide's recent book list, I bring you this bit of news from The Daily Soule News (written by Ezra):
"Amanda and Steve Soule with a new book!
Amanda and steve soule wrote a new book. It comes out August 9th. You can get it at Longfellow Books Portland, me. The name of the book is The Rhythm of Family. Amanda Soule also wrote the creative family and handmade home."
Yes! We are fast approaching August 9th...the official release date of The Rhythm of Family. A few book-related details I want to fill you all in on and remind you of today:
~ We are just beginning to ship the books ordered through my Shop. I thank you for your support and purchases and patience as they make their way out my door! I love this part - it is such a treat to see so many names and email addresses that I've come to "know" through the comments here over the years, and so much fun to be sending this little book of ours out into all the corners of the world. Such an incredible honor, really.
~ If you want a peek inside the book, Roost Books has placed the Table of Contents up for browsing!
~ I'll keep this page as up-to-date as I can with reviews of the new book, if you're interested in seeing those.
~ In somewhat related news, I've just learned that The Creative Family and Handmade Home are both now available as eBooks! (Rhythm of Family may become available in the future, but is not at this time.)
~ And last but not least, Next Thursday, August 11th at 7pm, Steve and I will be at Longfellow Books in Portland, Maine for a book signing. Come on by if you're local! We would love to see you there.
Oh! And the above-mentioned editor of my local family newspaper, a young Mr. Ezra Stanley Soule, has just asked me to write the Foreword to his current book-in-progress! I'm honored, indeed. I can't reveal too much of its contents, as it's a gift for a special (blog reading) family member. But I will tell you that he's given me twenty-four hours (how's that for a deadline?!) to write this piece, in which I must connect George Washington and Diana Ross.
I've got some work to do!