W to Publish New Book by Andy Andrews
Andy Andrews, the author of 2002's bestselling The Traveler's Gift, is releasing his latest The Little Things: Why You Really Should Sweat the Small Stuff through W Publishing Group on March 7. The book argues against the modern adage "don't sweat the small stuff," making a case for why readers should concentrate on minor details of their lives in order to empower their minds and spirits.
“The book looks at little things like taking offense, being open to change, the importance of perspective—things that seem small that aren’t,” said Matt Baugher, president and publisher of the W Publishing Group. “Little things are the biggest things. In them lie our margins for success, personally and professionally. The little things make all the difference.”
With an estimated print run of between 75,000-100,000 copies, Baugher said The Little Things will appeal to both Christian and secular audiences. “Andy has followers in both circles,” he said. “The chapters are small, and one of them touches on spirituality and faith in God, the benefits of a spiritual connection, and the relationship between spirituality and health.”
Andrews’ debut, The Traveler's Gift, has sold over a million copies domestically, while his subsequent book The Noticer (2009) has sold over 500,000 copies, according to W Publishing Group—an imprint of Thomas Nelson and a division of HarperCollins Christian Publishing.