3 new releases climb the charts

Oct 13, 2020

There’s no greater rush than sending a beautiful, impactful book out into the world and knowing it has the potential to change people’s lives. Having that same book gain traction and resonate with readers far and wide makes the publishing experience that much sweeter.

So you can imagine our delight at having not one, not two, but three new releases climbing Canadian bestseller lists in recent days. We hope you’ll join us in raising a glass to these authors and their well-deserved successes!

Dinner Uncomplicated, by Claire Tansey, is stirring up plenty of buzz. This book of easy, quick, and delicious recipes has sizzled onto the Globe and Mail bestseller list, and it’s no wonder why. With recipes designed to suit every type of meal planner, and tips for giving new life to the scraps of food we usually throw away, it’s one of those cookbooks that deserves a spot on every family’s kitchen counter.


Birds of All Feathers, by Michael Bach, has truly taken flight. This guide on creating diverse and inclusive workplaces alighted on the Toronto Star’s bestseller list, and gained notice from Booklist and Quill & Quire. We’re so proud of the empathetic way this title addresses some of the most urgent issues of our time.


The Art of Holding Space, by Heather Plett, has landed a coveted spot on the McNally Robinson bestseller list for two weeks running! A very special book about the practice of compassionately witnessing, accepting, and supporting someone without judgement, we’re thrilled to see it embraced so thoroughly by readers.