Wednesday, June 23, 2010

For Your Viewing Pleasure: New Video for The Choice Effect

Are you a Choister? Do you even know what a Choister is? We just posted a great new video on our Seal Shorts channel on YouTube--featuring The Choice Effect coauthor Claire William--to help you figure it out. Check it out!

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

The Choice Effect Launch and Giveaway

Love choices but hate choosing? Welcome to the club! Make sure to catch Amalia McGibbon, Lara Vogel, and Claire A. Williams, authors of The Choice Effect: Love and Commitment in an Age of Too Many Options, during their publicity blitz this week.

In order to celebrate the launch of their book, the authors of The Choice Effect are holding a huge contest and giveaway, with your choice of a prize package worth $500, you don't want to miss it. Go here for the details.

Check out The Choice Effect in Newsweek's weekend story 'I Don't' The Case Against Marriage.

Also, head over to AOL and check out a great interview with Amalia on AOL's Lemondrop.

Head to NY Times Bestselling Author Tim Ferriss’ blog The 4 Hour Work Week for Claire's explanation of how the choice effect effects your relationships.

On Rantings of a Single Girl Lara's discusses "Why Dating and Breaking Up Lots is Awesome. No Really." Remember to check back in tomorrow for Single Girl's review and book giveaway of The Choice Effect.

Head over to BelleRenee for Lara's guest post called Choices and Why Adults Don't Get Summer Vacation.

Learn more about the authors and The Choice Effect at Seal Press or on

Monday, June 7, 2010

The Seal Press Women's Perspectives Newsletter: Coming Soon to an Inbox Near You

It's June, and we here at Seal Press can finally celebrate a great Spring 2010 list of books that's now available to the world. Seal's newest books cover a wide range of topics, from ditching the South and overcoming gambling addiction to ditching our hangups about porn and sounding a call to action for women in the Congo.

The best place to find out about our new titles (and some that you may have missed)? Our Seal Press Women's Perspectives newsletter. Newsletter readers get the latest on new books, readings, and other book-related events, delivered straight to their electronic doorstep four times a year. To sign up, visit our newsletter sign-up page and select the Seal Press Women's Perspectives option. If you're in the academic world or simply staying current in the Women's and Gender Studies fields, you might be interested in our Seal Press Women's Studies newsletter, too.

The next Women's Perspectives newsletter installment comes out next week, so now's the time to sign up! Here's to a long summer filled with great and varied reads.