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25 Women Who Survived Cancer – A Book of Hope and Inspiration for the 2,200 Women Diagnosed with Cancer Each Day in North America

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine—According to a 2015 study by the American Cancer Society, over 2,200 women are diagnosed with cancer each day in North America. For those women, Sellers Publishing has worked with 25 female cancer survivors who each share their personal stories about how to cope with and prevail over cancer in an inspirational new… Read more »

Sellers Publishing Introduces The Joy of Stitching

The Joy of Stitching (978-1-4162-4577-3; $19.95), a new book from Sellers Publishing, offers 38 projects that range from embroidered birds on a linen pillow, a design for a fun trolley car, and table linens decorated with simple yet elegant wildflowers, to a needlepoint watch band, a coin purse, and an iPad pouch. Author Nina Sæther’s… Read more »

Sellers Publishing Introduces New Craft Titles

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine—Sellers Publishing today introduced two new craft titles for fall 2015 ‐ Baby & Me Knits from author Celeste Young, and Yarn Happy from Norwegian author, Turid Lindeland. Both titles will be released in September, 2015, and will retail for $19.95 each. Baby & Me Knits (978‐1‐4162‐4541‐4) features 20 hand‐knit designs for every season and style. Knitters… Read more »

Sellers Publishing’s “Fifty Things” Series Generates Over $350,000 For Charities

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine—Sellers Publishing is happy to announce that as it approaches the ten-year anniversary of publishing its book, Fifty Things To Do When You Turn Fifty, donations paid to cancer-related charities from book proceeds have reached $350,000. The book, and each of the seven other milestone birthday books that follow it, offers essays by celebrities, pundits, humorists,… Read more »

The Inspired Wedding ‐ Seven Handcrafted Themes for Your Big Day

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine—For author and wedding planner, Emma Arendoski, a handmade piece is special — it’s been crafted with love and care, which can’t be said for most mass‐produced items. When planning her own wedding, she discovered an abundance of beautiful, handmade goods, along with unlimited opportunities for customization in several online web sites. She… Read more »