Meet Greg Adams, author of Adam Gets Back in the Game

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Image by Joe Henry

Meet Et Alia’s latest author, Greg Adams!

Greg is Program Coordinator for the Center for Good Mourning and Staff Bereavement Support at Arkansas Children’s Hospital where he has worked with grieving children and families since 1991.

Greg graduated from Baylor University where he studied social work and religion and completed his masters in social work at the University of Missouri. In his time in Little Rock, he has been active in the community in a variety of volunteer and leadership roles. With any extra time, he enjoys keeping up with politics, reading other people’s books, and slow running.

Greg previously developed Lessons from Lions: Using children’s media to teach about grief and mourning and he writes a grief/loss e-newsletter, The Mourning News—both available for anyone at

Adam Gets Back in the Game is his first children’s book.

About Adam Gets Back in the Game

For ten-year-old Adam, happiness is being involved in a little of everything, including his favorite thing of all, playing basketball with his best friend Isaiah. But when he falls on a broken bottle, everything must stop for his big hurt.” Later, all that Adam learned in healing from his injured hand will be put to the test when Isaiah dies suddenly in an accident. Along with Adam, children experiencing the loss of a friend or family member can consider the costs of avoiding their pain and come to understand how grieving can help them more fully return to living.

Forthcoming this month! Book link HERE.

Merry Christmas (in July!)

Christmas on the Tree by Claire, Leslie, Henry, and Charlie Wallace is now in PRE-ORDER!

Being a Christmas ornament isn’t just about hanging out and spreading joy during the most wonderful time of the year. Actually, the job is quite complicated. Plus, there are fears, dangers, and years you just don’t fit in. Meet one endearing red Christmas ball and forevermore be filled with wonder about what really happens on the tree. 

This sibling collaboration will be available to celebrate Christmas in July! Pre-order now and receive your copy in late July.

Meet the Wallace siblings on their author page and learn about their collaborative roles in this book.

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Woman-Run, Women's Voices!

Et Alia Press proudly celebrates International Women's Day and Women’s History Month as a woman-owned company that seeks to equalize the publishing playing field by sharing more women’s voices.

In the past two years, ALL of our titles have been authored, co-authored, and/or edited by women.

Today, we celebrate:

Daniela Rose Anderson 
Brenda Clem Black
Courtney Butler Robinson
Anita Davis (with Rita Henry + Laura Cartright Hardy)
Cheryl Lavers
Grace Vest
Erin Wood

Forthcoming this spring is Rooted: Central Arkansas Table & Farm by Lacey Thacker and Sara Mitchell.

Most of our books are designed by Amy Ashford at

Thank you for supporting these and more women authors through your purchases! 

New Year Good Intention Giveaway!


Act now for your chance to win a copy of The Mud & The Lotus: A Guide and Workbook for Students of Yoga by Courtney Butler! (1) Like/follow Et Alia Press on Facebook and/or Instagram now through 12/31. (2) Tag a friend/friends in the comments who you think might also be interested in growing their yoga practice. Each new follow and tag give you one additional chance in the drawing ($29.95 value + free domestic shipping). Winner will be announced on New Year’s Day and will soon be on their way to deepening their yoga practice in 2019 with this book that is "highly recommended" by yoga veterans Larry Payne and John Kepner.

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Congratulations to Courtney for the years of hard work and dedication that have led to her feature in the Winter 2019 issue of Yoga Therapy Today.