YA Book Review: Saving Montgomery Sole

The following review of Saving Montgomery Sole (Roaring Brook Press, April 19, 2016) by Mariko Tamaki is from Food, Fitness & Fiction Contributing Editor Amber Lee. Here’s a description of the book from Amazon: Montgomery Sole is a square peg in a small town, forced to go to a school… Read More

Food, Fitness & Fiction Spring 2016

To see what’s new on the Food, Fitness & Fiction blog and learn what I’ve been up to as of late, please check out the summer 2016 issue of Food, Fitness & Fiction right here. Hope to connect with you on social media and that you have a safe, enjoyable… Read More

Today in YA: A Q & A with Author Caragh O’Brien

The following post is from Food, Fitness & Fiction Contributing Editor Josh Flores (pictured above). Caragh O’ Brien is the bestselling author of both the Birthmarked Trilogy as well as the recently released The Vault of Dreamers series. O’ Brien’s writing is both thrilling as well as haunting. While she… Read More

The Mom’s Guide to a Nourishing Garden

Thinking of starting your own garden? I have just the book for you. Designed for the harried mom who craves simplicity and balance in her life, the new book, The Mom’s Guide to a Nourishing Garden, by registered dietitian nutritionist Jen Haugen shows readers why gardening together as a family… Read More

YALLWEST 2016: An Interview with Jennifer Niven

The following post by Food, Fitness & Fiction Contributing Editor Josh Flores was written in collaboration with Germ Magazine. YALLWEST 2016 was extraordinary. From ARC giveaways to exclusive author keynotes, the event was everything book lovers could have dreamed of, and more. I enjoyed meeting so many passionate book fans,… Read More

New Book Helps Wives Help Their Diabetic Spouses

When I heard about the new book, The Diabetic and the Dietitian: How to Help Your Husband Defeat Diabetes…Without Losing Your Mind or Marriage by Ellen Albertson, PhD, MS, RDN and her husband, Michael Albertson (pictured below), I knew it would be a must-read—not only for the millions of women… Read More