We’re delighted to announce that Caroline McGraw’s I Was a Stranger to Beauty, which is about her relationship with her brother Willie, who has autism, and how that brought her anxiety and impacted her mental health, is now available to … Continue reading
Author Archives: Adam Wahlberg
About Adam WahlbergFounder of Think Piece Publishing
In 2002 Rachel Simon became a brand name in the disability community with the publication of her book Riding the Bus with My Sister, in which she chronicles a year in her life riding Philadelphia-area buses with her remarkable and … Continue reading
John Rosengren has long been regarded as one of the top magazine writers and book authors in the Twin Cities, especially for his coverage of sports. He’s written seven books, most of them with a regional focus, with his best-known … Continue reading
So cool to read Andy Steiner‘s guest blog post at www.mylifeinred.net, which is produced by Jennifer Thorson, who survived a heart attack at age 38. In the post, Andy previews one of the chapters of her upcoming book, How to … Continue reading
The wonderful Minneapolis e-magazine The Line gave us some nice coverage in today’s edition—grateful!
Delighted to be featured on the wonderful “Idea Peepshow” blog for Fast Horse, a Minneapolis integrated-marketing firm we deeply admire.
Honored to be featured in MinnPost this morning in a story written by John Reinan. Humbled. But to paraphrase Al Jolson, “We ain’t done nothing yet.” So stay tuned. Gonna do our best to live up to our aspirations.
In 2000, Dianne Schwartz wrote one of the most terrifying books ever published: Whose Face Is in the Mirror? It documents her marriage to a violent, controlling husband who beat her horribly, nearly killing her several times. It’s an upsetting … Continue reading
In 1971, Minneapolis physician Ron Glasser shook the literary world and the foreign policy establishment with his groundbreaking work, 365 Days, which documented his time as a physician during the Vietnam war. He interviewed soldiers as he treated them, wrote … Continue reading
Woke up this morning to discover that Caroline’s autism digital book I Was a Stranger to Beauty is ranked No. 3 in the Kindle store for special needs books, and No. 16 overall for books on special needs. Congratulations, Caroline! … Continue reading