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Publishing: Epistemologist Procopius Canning’s new book advocates for an International Dark Sky Preservation Treaty

Publishing NEWS: -- Perusine Press announces the release of the Special Collector's Edition of "An Epistemologist Proves Einstein's Theory of General Relativity to be False" (ISBN: 979-8804556472) by Procopius Canning, a book designed for both the layperson and the professional, focused upon the phenomenon of time, but with an environmental activist twist.

Music and Arts: The Lowell Chamber Orchestra is proud to present ‘LCO Pride: A Rainbow of Repertoire’

Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Lowell Chamber Orchestra is proud to present "LCO Pride: A Rainbow of Repertoire" on Sunday, June 5, 2022 at Middlesex Community College in Lowell, Massachusetts. This chamber concert will celebrate Pride Month by showcasing LGBTQ+ composers from the Lowell area and around the world.

Publishing: Trauma and Substance Abuse Survivor Turned Writer and Entrepreneur, Shannan Mondor Turns Addiction Into Triumph In Debut Memoir

Publishing NEWS: -- "HOW IN THE HELL DID I GET HERE? Forever Changing the Genetic Blueprint" (ISBN: 978-0228871224) is a riveting and raw story of how author Shannan Mondor overcame alcoholism and mental illness and broke free from the genetic blueprint of addiction that demonized her family for generations.

Publishing: ‘Cinco De Mayo’ Book Gets Second Edition

Publishing NEWS: -- The highly anticipated Second Edition of "Cinco de Mayo: What is Everybody Celebrating" (ISBN: 978-1792371936; Condesa Publications) by author Donald W Miles has been released. "Cinco de Mayo: What is Everybody Celebrating" is an informative high school and college level text about the history of Cinco de Mayo.

Publishing: New Memoir has Grit, Faith and Compassion – Larry Callies, the Black Cowboy Story

Publishing NEWS: -- "HERE COMES COWBOY LARRY, STEPPING OUT IN FAITH" (ISBN 978-1667838816) is the biographical story of Larry Callies in his own words, he dreamt from the age of ten of becoming a Cowboy; and his spiritual journey as man of color to the founding of the First Museum honoring the long history of the Black Cowboy Heritage.

Music and Arts: Covenant Winery Summer Concert Series Debuts Memorial Day Weekend – Monday May 30

Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Covenant Winery Summer Concert Series kicks off Memorial Day weekend in Berkeley with acclaimed French/American jazz pianist, composer and arranger Franck Amsallem. Franck has recorded ten CDs under his own name as well as a collaboration, "New York Stories," with (Berkeley's own) Joshua Redman, Roy Hargrove, and Danny Gatton on Blue Note.

Publishing: Isn’t It Possible to Promote Literacy? Net Profits from 10th Anniversary Edition of ‘Little Green’ will go to Reading Is...

Publishing NEWS: -- Paraphrase, LLC, the publisher of "Little Green" (ISBN: 978-0981587943) by Arnold Rudnick, is donating 500 copies of a special anniversary edition to Reading Is Fundamental of Southern California (RIFSoCal). For 10 years, "Little Green" has been asking, "Isn't it possible?"

Publishing: Legacy Launch Pad Publishing releases memoir about growing up in dysfunctional Mormon family by Diana Cannon Ragsdale

Publishing NEWS: -- Legacy Launch Pad Publishing has released "Loose Cannons: A Memoir of Mania and Mayhem in a Mormon Family" (ISBN: 978-195655200 (ebook); 978-1956955217, 978-1956955224 (paperback); 978-1956955231 (hardback)), written by Diana Cannon Ragsdale.

Publishing: New Book, ‘Exit to Morvana’ by Marilynn Wood

Publishing NEWS: -- Sci-Fi book "Exit to Morvana" (ISBN: 978-0228836261) by Canadian author Marilynn Wood, started out as a book about our socioeconomic problems on this planet. After the author experienced a UFO event, she began to wonder what beings from another planet would think of us, and the way we treat one another. From this "Exit to Morvana" was born.

Publishing: Los Angeles Child Author Releases His Debut Book in Conjunction with Children’s Book Week

Publishing NEWS: -- Seven-year-old author, Sammy Wallace, will release his debut rhyming children's picture book, "I Slept in My Bed Last Night" (ISBN 979-8985784404; WF Publications), on May 2, 2022, in conjunction with Children's Book Week.

Music and Arts: Clay Joule Ignites Passion To ‘Fight 4 Freedom’ With New Single ‘O’Dream’

Music and Performers NEWS: -- Talented singer-songwriter Clay Joule's and Fight 4 Freedom's latest single "O'Dream," is set to premiere on April 28, 2022 alongside a heartwarming music video. Brought to you by Truwan Records, the single touches on the on-going war taking place in Ukraine and carries themes of peace prevailing through hard times.

Music and Arts: Soundfly Debuts New Course with Synthwave and Electronic Music Icon Com Truise

Music and Performers NEWS: -- Online music school Soundfly has teamed up with dynamic producer Seth Haley, more popularly known as Com Truise, to release a new course on creating sci-fi-inspired electronic music. "Com Truise: Mid-Fi Synthwave Slow-Motion Funk" is available today as part of Soundfly's premium course subscription program, where students get unlimited access to a full library of creative music courses.

Publishing: Rehashing Reality in Fiction, Canadian Author Releases Satirical, Yet Disturbing, Story of One of Hollywood’s Greatest Scandals

Publishing NEWS: -- Using the story of the rise and fall of a lecherous and uncouth Hollywood mogul, Julian Tryst explores the gripping themes of power, ego, lust, and revenge in his new novel, "Garvey Feinstein: Hollywood Predator" (ISBN: 978-0228869948).

Publishing: Legacy Launch Pad Publishing Releases Book About Wealth Creation For Women Through Real Estate Investing By Tamar Hermes

Publishing NEWS: -- Legacy Launch Pad Publishing is releasing "The Millionairess Mentality: A Professional Woman's Guide to Building Wealth Through Real Estate" (ISBN: 978-1956955286), a real estate investment book for women written by Tamar Hermes.

Music and Arts: Singer-Songwriter Sydney Sherrill Raises Thousands for Nonprofit with Release of ‘Vice’

Music and Performers NEWS: -- Sydney Sherrill, 17-year-old emerging pop artist, premieres live performance video for new single "Vice" and announces $5,000 raised during the performance for Shatterproof, a national non-profit determined to end the stigma of addiction in the U.S.

Publishing: ‘Bop-It and No More Covid’ – Book One in The ‘Bop-It’ Series Written and Illustrated By Jessica J. Wohlgemuth

Publishing NEWS: -- Children's book, "Bop-It and No More Covid" (ISBN 978-0228839965; paper), written by country prairie girl Jessica J. Wohlgemuth, looking to help children cope during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Are you tired of living the COVID life? Find hope and cheer in this little book about a fuzzy little grey bunny named Bop-It. Read about how he and his friends learn to cope through the pandemic, finding fun in the new normal.

Music and Arts: Strange & The Familiars Create A Mesmerizing Trip Into The Bizarre With New Video ‘Agent Strange!’

Music and Performers NEWS: -- After successfully teaming up in 2021 to create the grim & gritty video for the title-track "Pretty Deadly" from their debut EP, it was a foregone conclusion that the right person to take on the brand-new single by Strange & The Familiars this year, would once again be none other than Jordan Henline of 88.8 Films.

Publishing: Legacy Launch Pad Publishing Releases Guidebook for Mothers in Technology by Emilia M. D’Anzica and Sabina M. Pons

Publishing NEWS: -- Legacy Launch Pad Publishing is releasing "Pressing ON as a Tech Mom: How Tech Industry Mothers Set Goals, Define Boundaries & Raise the Bar for Success" (ISBN: 978-1956955187), a comprehensive guide for mothers working in technology sourced from industry leaders who are mothers themselves.

FILM: Zero Budget Indie Film ‘Night, Mother’ scores 3 Webby Nominations

Film NEWS: -- "Night, Mother," the "hybrid" feature film from Executive Producer Sheila Houlahan, is an Official Nominee of the 2022 Webby Awards in the following 3 Virtual and Remote Categories: Media & Entertainment, Technical Achievement, and Best Audience Integration.

Publishing: Jeremy Berlin Named Editorial Director at Hidden Compass

Publishing NEWS: -- Hidden Compass, a women-founded media company uniting audiences with the humans, causes, and possibilities behind award-winning stories of exploration, has added another seasoned editor to its staff. The California-based startup recently announced Jeremy Berlin as its editorial director.

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