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Reclaim Your Soul, Serenity, and Sisterhood Through The Healing Medicine of the Grandmothers

Out now from Hachette Go!

Get Rooted, follows Emmy-nominated journalist and storyteller, Robyn Moreno, as she crumbles under work/life imbalance, midlife burnout, and painful family drama, and tries to heal herself by embarking on a hilarious, heartbreaking, and ultimately transforming 260-day spiritual journey studying the medicine of her Mexican grandmothers: curanderismo

"Get Rooted is a powerful, dynamic, and inspiring narrative that nurtures our modern-day lost souls and reconnects us with the medicine of our grandmothers. Warm and witty and ever so real, Robyn Moreno offers us a myriad of healing opportunities we may have forgotten or even never thought possible for ourselves.”

—Xochitl Gonzalez,
New York Times bestselling author of
Olga Dies Dreaming


The Smart Girls Guide to a Glam Life (Collins)

Packed with thrifty tips and delivered with style and humor, this fun book is designed for glam girls on the go who want to live large on their little paychecks. 


Keeping a stylish living space, throwing classy parties and dressing like a star—you can do it all while staying on a budget. In her book “Practically Posh,” author Robyn Moreno uses her own experience for living the good life without going broke.”—

Suave is a provocative look at some of the most famous, and even infamous, Latin men of our time. From the world of music and art, and from sports to the silver screen, we take an up close and personal look at Latinos and their role in history. The collection of extraordinary photographs shows how these new superstars and unforgettable icons are redefining art, movies, and what it means to be a Latin man. Suave pays homage to these men—past and present—who changed the way American looks, thinks, eats, and dances.


The Latin Male (Rizzoli)

Border-Line Personalities

A New Generation of Latinas Dish on Sex, Sass, and Cultural Shifting
(Rayo, an Imprint of Harper Collins)

Why, in the minds of most Americans, are Latinas still thought of as maids, seductresses, and booty-shaking salsa divas? Never has the concept of Latina identity been more relevant. Also, never has there been a new generation of Latinas so ready to say what they mean and even criticize the Latina generation that preceded them. Until now.

In Border-Line Personalities, twenty writers share their poignant and wickedly funny stories about fighting with their mothers, struggling with speaking Spanish, and dealing with the men who’ve done them wrong, among a myriad of other topics. In the end, each essay encompasses a different point of view, lending credence to the theory that no one can label any one item, idea, or person more Latina than the other. 


“"If I were to single out the single most important change in this new generation, it is that these mujeres are talking, and how."—Julia Alvarez, author of How the García Girls Lost Their Accent and In The Time of Butterflies

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