Nick Vujicic, and his father Boris share memories and interview each other about the important memories and experiences of Nick’s childhood and the challenges that come with raising a child with special needs.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., (March 14, 2016)—Steven Furtick’s new book (Un)Qualified: How God Uses Broken People To Do Big Things (Mar. 1, Multnomah) has landed on the best-seller lists for USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Publishers Weekly and Washington Post for its debut week of sales.
Publishers Weekly has (Un)Qualified as #4 on the Hardcover Non-fiction list in the March 14, 2016, issue. The Wall Street Journal ranked (Un)Qualified as #5 on its March 10, 2016, Hardcover Non-fiction list and #8 on its Non-fiction Combined List. (Un)Qualified appears in the #10 spot on the Washington Post Hardcover Non-fiction list for March 13, 2016. In the March 10, 2016, issue of USA Today’s Top 150 Books list, (Un)Qualified is #26.
In (Un)Qualified, Furtick teaches about the discoveries he’s made while wrestling with questions about self-acceptance and self-improvement. In his witty, high-energy [ … ]
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., (Mar. 11, 2016)—WaterBrook and Multnomah, imprints of Crown at Penguin Random House, LLC., have re-launched their website, www.WaterbrookMultnomah.com, with a new mobile-friendly format, simplified navigation and clean, fresh design. The site’s updated look and enhanced content will allow visitors to more easily interact with WaterBrook and Multnomah online and to discover comprehensive information on each book title, including links to purchase from a variety of retailers.
WaterBrook and Multnomah’s overhaul of the website is one step in a series of updates to their brand identities. The two imprints based in Colorado Springs are no longer presented as the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group but are now being developed into two distinct imprint identities. Following a shift in company strategy, each imprint will now serve unique audiences within the Church and publish in specific categories. Moving forward, the [ … ]