Addicus Books has sold Korean rights to Exercising through Your Pregnancy by prenatal fitness expert Catherine Cram. The Korean edition will be published by Yeong Mun Publishing in Seoul, South Korea. The foreign rights sale was handled by the Susan Schulman Literary Agency in New York.
The fourth printing of the best-selling book on maternal fitness, Exercising through Your Pregnancy, is off the press. Addicus Books first published the book in 2002. Sales have been brisk since then. The book is available as a trade paperback and as an e-book. The author is maternal fitness expert Catherine Cram.
The third edition of Overcoming Postpartum Depression and Anxiety will be released this fall.
The author is advanced nurse practitioner Linda Sebastian of Bonita Springs, Florida. Ms. Sebastian describes the risk factors for postpartum psychiatric disorders along with the treatment for the various forms of these disorders. She also calls attention to the fact that postpartum depression is the most common complication of pregnancy. However, due to lack of public awareness of the illness, many new mothers suffer in silence and shame, believing there are “bad mothers.”
The revised third edition of Overcoming Postpartum Depression and Anxiety is getting good reviews!
“A well-researched, compassionate book that explains the types of mental health problems women may develop during pregnancy and after delivery. The book’s comprehensive treatment information will be helpful to both women suffering from postpartum psychiatric disorders and to healthcare providers who treat them.”
Catherine Cram, M.S., Author
Exercising Through Your Pregnancy
A third edition of Overcoming Postpartum Depression and Anxiety is scheduled for release in July 2016. The author, Linda Sebastian, is an advanced nurse practitioner, who has treated women with postpartum psychiatric disorders for more than thirty years. Postpartum depression is the most common complication of pregnancy and childbirth, yet public awareness about the disorder is seriously lacking. Many new mothers suffer in silence, thinking they are bad mothers.