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Publishing NEWS: -- Twelve 11 Media, the Publisher of "Mortgage Women Magazine" and "Mortgage Compliance Magazine," announced today that Kristin Messerli has been named Managing Editor of Mortgage Women Magazine. Kristin officially started on April 1, 2017 and the May-June 2017 issue of "Mortgage Women Magazine" will be the first issue produced under Kristin's leadership.
Publishing NEWS: -- DayStar Books has launched a new website and companion eBook offering lesser known tips and techniques to consumers on factors affecting gardening prices entitled "Eastern Market Flower Deals."
Publishing NEWS: -- Digital marketing veterans Ken McDonald and Chris Newton have written and published "How to Acquire Your First Million Customers," a book about growing online businesses through a variety of customer acquisition and online marketing techniques. The book is available this week as a free download on Amazon to celebrate the launch.
BOOK NEWS: Superfoods Author Stephanie Pedersen's new book "Roots: The Complete Guide to the Underground Superfood" (ISBN: 978-1454921424) is getting a Spring Back to Roots launch party March 20-27, 2017.
Publishing NEWS: -- The Oracle Group International is thrilled to announce the publication of "MAKE YOUR MARK: Personal Branding Through 'On-Purpose' Living" (paperback; on sale March 14, 2017; $20; ISBN: 978-0692833919) by award-winning, brand strategist, entrepreneur and author Courtney R. Rhodes.
BOOK NEWS: Rebecca House Publishing and To Love Children Educational Foundation International Inc. recently released “Jeremy and the Crow Nation” (ISBN 978-0945522058) by Tatiana Strelkoff. “Jeremy” is the second book in “The Changer Trilogy.”
BOOK NEWS: EGW Publishing has announced the release of its newest book, “Poets About Poetry: Interviews with Contemporary American Poets” by H. Philip Hsieh. 14 renowned poets, including four Poets Laureate of the United States, a Nobel Prize winner (chemistry), three Pulitzer Prize Winners and other prestigious poetry award recipients are presented in this book of interviews.
BOOK NEWS: “Breaking Away: Book One of the Rabylon Series” (ISBN: 978-1946029003), the debut, middle grade fiction novel from Cory Groshek, follows two young bunnies, Remy and Rhea, as they attempt to escape from their impoverished village, Rabylon, and its tyrannical, dictator-like Mayor, en route to a mythical carrot paradise and what Groshek calls “a life worth dying for.”
‘Enduring the Night’ co-author Natalie Committee-Fath will present an Author Talk at The Potter’s House Jan. 28 in D.C.
AUTHOR NEWS: ChildVoice has announced that on Saturday, January 28, from 2-4 p.m., "Enduring the Night" (ISBN-13: 978-1938840067) co-author Natalie Committee-Fath will present an Author Talk at The Potter's House, a nonprofit cafe and bookstore in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Committee-Fath will shine light on the issue of human trafficking and the plight of an estimated 250,000 child soldiers involved in conflicts globally.
BOOK NEWS: (LOS ANGELES, Calif.) Author-filmmaker-musician John Scott G is creating the world's first omnibus novel. Interweaving nine novels, dozens of short stories, numerous comedy routines, and a great deal of political satire, 'Area Code 666' is being serialized on MuseWire.com, an online magazine of the arts (in BETA).
BOOK NEWS: (WARWICK, N.Y.) -- Leaving her comfort zone, having adventurous fun, and being useful are at the heart of Carole Howard's new travel memoir, "Tales of a Silver-Haired Volunteer: Going Far and Giving Back" (ISBN: 978-1619844568). The book documents the author's and her husband's late-in-life volunteer travels to Africa and Asia. Some are funny. Some are serious. Many are both.
‘The Mighty League, Vol. 2: The Horrible Hug’ released by Geek Club Books – an Autistic Hero Comic Book
BOOK NEWS: (SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) Geek Club Books, Inc., an autism nonprofit, today announced the release of their interactive digital comic book, 'The Mighty League, Vol. 2: The Horrible Hug.' This is the second in their digital and app autistic hero comic series created to help children understand their autistic peers and end the stigma of autism. The comic is downloadable via the Geek Club Books website.
BOOK NEWS: (LOS ANGELES, Calif.) 'Little Green' book publisher, Paraphrase, LLC, pledges support for Save The Frogs Day 2016. Did you know there is a 'Save The Frogs Day'? You may have read or heard at some point in the last few years about the alarming rate of disappearance of frogs in the world. While you might ask why this is important, frogs are essential to many ecosystems around the world.
BOOK NEWS: (WAPPINGERS FALLS, N.Y.) 'The Reflection of Innocence' (ISBN: 978-0692646526), by John Tolliver, is a story that centers on a Navy misfit with the ability to see inside people's souls. Gift or curse? The reader will have to decide. Author Tolliver spent six years working on submarines in the Navy. This experience was followed by a 30+ year career in the nuclear chemistry field.
BOOK NEWS: (JACKSON, Mich.) 'Parched' (ISBN: 978-1530519248; Ant Press), a new mainstream fiction novel by award-winning author, Andrew Branham, depicts a dystopian society in a post-apocalyptic world where global warming is the villain.
BOOK NEWS: (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 'Chasing Freedom' (ISBN: 9780578164373) is a newly-released book authored by Ella Miriam that details her personal and compelling story from bondage to freedom. Born during the gruesome Nazi siege of Leningrad, Miriam's childhood and early adulthood was spent in the grim Soviet Union of Stalin, Khrushchev and Brezhnev.
BOOK NEWS: Bestselling author and award-wining songwriter Thornton Cline will bring his latest published children's book, 'The Amazing Magical Musical Plants' (ISBN: 978-1574243253), to Central Virginia for a free multimedia book event tour of the Richmond Public Library, the Blackstone Public Library, one Richmond Public School and an autograph event for Classical FM radio station, WCPE in Raleigh, N.C. March 8-12, 2016.
Award-winning documentary producer and author Crystal Emery recently launched a new campaign and initiative called "Changing the Face of Medicine." Its inaugural event featured...
Award-winning author Daniel P. Douglas recently announced the release of a new short story entitled "Glimpse," a science fiction Cold War suspense thriller published...
Christopher Merrill, director of the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa, has joined the lineup of literary talents featured at the 2016...