I’M SORRY YOU FEEL THAT WAY receives great reviews

The LA Times and Entertainment Weekly both give rave reviews for Diana Joseph’s memoir, I’M SORRY YOU FEEL THAT WAY: The Astonishing But True Story of a Daughter, Sister, Slut, Wife, Mother, and Friend to Man & Dog. The LA Times calls it a memoir with “natural charm” and EW writes that it is “nostalgic, sad, and pee-in-your-pants funny.”

Frank Warren ranked #4 on Forbes.com 2009 Web Celeb 25 list

“Got a secret? Write it on a homemade postcard and send it to PostSecret, Frank Warren’s ongoing community art project. Since its inception in 2005, the project has collected and displayed upward of 250,000 original pieces of art on its blog. Audiences have fallen for the formula: A 2008 survey by market research firm Youth Trends showed it was the 10th most popular site on the Internet among female college students. Four books of collected confessions have been published to date, most recently, A Lifetime of Secrets. As for Warren, he’s hardly been keeping quiet: He’s appeared on Today, 20/20, CNN, MSNBC, NPR, Fox News and more.”

Starred Booklist review for I’M PERFECT, YOU’RE DOOMED

“Very funny…. Abrahams is a natural writer whose prose flows effortlessly as she easily mixes throwaway humor and painful memories in a compelling narrative.”

CHEER! available in trade paperback

Kate Torgovnick’s critically acclaimed CHEER!: Inside the Secret World of Cheerleaders is now available in paperback. The Dallas Morning News said CHEER! is “an engaging, voyeuristic narrative that suggests college cheerleaders are as close to real-life superheroes as exist.”