FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Winnipeg, Canada – April 1)



Bring a Dish to Pass on Amazon Community Weaving on Amazon

In response to high demand from community leaders and grassroots civility and change organizations all over the country, who are engaging in conversations about civility. Propriety Publishing, a niche publishing company with a focus on promoting and publishing books on civility and social competence-related topics, is pleased to announce the release of with must-read books, “COMMUNITY WEAVING”, and “BRING A DISH TO PASS.” These two books are of interest to a general audience, but as suggested by the author, those that are “in a position to draw people together” will find them of special value.

Timing for release of these two books about civility in the community couldn’t be better- just in time for World Civility Day celebrated April 13.

Author Kent Roberts was born and raised in Michigan and has a background in civics, coaching, and teaching. He says it was his desire to positively impact the lives of young people that led him to his career path. His message is important for young people today – and for all of us. Kent says, The divisiveness in our World and Communities today is real. We need to discover what it is we share in common so we can begin to build and find better solutions for individuals and society.’ 

When asked what he most hopes people get from his book, Kent responds: “As a teacher and coach my purpose is to improve the lives of all who are involved in the process of better! To that end, this work talks to people on what works. It is not just theory but practical application. If we are serious about positive impact why wouldn’t we do this? This work shares these proven practices.”

More About The Books: Constructive Dialogue is the cornerstone of building capacity within individuals and organizations. Learning the why and how of how to effectively engage each other with dignity and respect is at the core of this work. The ideas in these important books will help people design the space for the dialogue process- around their kitchen tables and in their communities.

For more information on Propriety Publishing visit

Contacts : Tracy Lamourie, Lamourie Public Relations 647-918-8565

Author Kent Roberts, Email :,  Phone : 248-891-0640

Rochelle Huppé, Editor, Propriety Publishing, 204-770-6373