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Ex-Combat Medic Recalls Fond Memories of 1972 Bike Trip Across America
Ex-Combat Medic Recalls Fond Memories of 1972 Bike Trip Across America
4/27/2017 1:55:32 PM
Before he saw action in the Vietnam War as a medic, Edward Abair was a teacher who believed “every person should have an adventure in life.” He was fortunate enough to bike around Long Beach, California, experiencing sights and sounds, swapping stories, and enjoying neighborhood activities – things that automobile passengers never experience.
Seasoned Pastor-Counselor-Family Man Shares Great Insights on Parenting
Seasoned Pastor-Counselor-Family Man Shares Great Insights on Parenting
4/20/2017 2:48:06 PM
  Noted theologian and family relationship expert, Dr. Johnny Holloway has published a helpful handbook on ways to properly guide a child towards becoming a mature adult.
The Legacy of The Three Musketeers Lives On With a New Story
The Legacy of The Three Musketeers Lives On With a New Story
4/20/2017 2:11:16 PM
Can’t get enough of the classics? Found “The Three Musketeers” or the overall “D’Artagnan Romances” wanting? Perhaps Nikolay Kharin’s “Three Musketeers Again: Unknown Adventures of Athos, Porthos, Aramis and D’Artagnan: All for One and One for All!” (Outskirts Press, 2013) should make you happy.
Prolific Writer Brings Back Nostalgia for the 1980s in Romance Novel
Prolific Writer Brings Back Nostalgia for the 1980s in Romance Novel
4/20/2017 8:00:00 AM
Fancy a romance tale that takes place in the roaring ’80? Then you should not miss Edna Stewart’s “Carpe Diem” (WestBow Press, 2013).   The novel, which title is a Latin phrase that means “seize the day”, is a scintillating love story between a classy Southerner Julia Evans and the slick, suave Northerner Thomas Bartholomew.
Fujifilm Launches Print Illustrated, an All-New Industry Magazine
Fujifilm Launches Print Illustrated, an All-New Industry Magazine
4/19/2017 10:00:00 AM
Hanover Park, Ill., April 19, 2017 – FUJIFILM North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division debuts print illustrated, an all-new industry magazine.
Fujifilm to Demonstrate Extensive Range of Package Printing and Industrial Inkjet Applications at InPrintUSA 2017
Fujifilm to Demonstrate Extensive Range of Package Printing and Industrial Inkjet Applications at InPrintUSA 2017
4/18/2017 10:00:00 AM
Orlando, FL., April 18, 2017 – Fujifilm will showcase a range of inkjet technology solutions for the package printing and industrial markets at the upcoming InPrintUSA show in Orlando, Florida, April 25 – 27, 2017, at the Orange County Convention Center.
Author Reveals the Importance of Accepting Vulnerability
Author Reveals the Importance of Accepting Vulnerability
4/18/2017 1:17:14 AM
Author Patrick Williams provided extremely useful insights on the importance of accepting vulnerability in his book Getting Naked. Patrick Williams, a doctor of psychology and often called the ambassador of life coaching, is an advocate of humanistic psychology.
An Unusual Take on Murder
An Unusual Take on Murder
4/17/2017 2:19:58 AM
Murder novels often provide thrills and chills to readers. Although plot twists are not uncommon in the genre, author David Random presents one that will keep readers turning the pages.
Entertaining Short Story Set in the Old West
Entertaining Short Story Set in the Old West
4/11/2017 3:47:05 AM
The Paris Book Fair, or Livre Paris, is an important cultural gathering in France. Flocked by thousands of professionals and book fair enthusiasts, Livre Paris held in Porte de Versailles from March 24 to 27, 2017, was the recent venue of Uncle Mike’s new book Saddle Sore, a story about how Ben Wong claims the inheritance left by his brother.
Mental Illness Survivor Braves Scrutiny to Help Eradicate the Stigma on Mental Illness
Mental Illness Survivor Braves Scrutiny to Help Eradicate the Stigma on Mental Illness
4/11/2017 3:41:50 AM
Until a few years ago, mental illness was stigmatized or thought to be nonexistent. Tilly Dunn, a survivor of mental illness, breaks the prejudice against mental illness in her book, Exit Stage Left: From Suicidal to Imaginative Thinking.
Bridge Book Covers the Ins and Outs of the Game
Bridge Book Covers the Ins and Outs of the Game
4/11/2017 3:38:10 AM
Bridge is a card game that involves numbers. It is played by many around the world. Dr. James R. Frazee’s Beginning Bridge by the Numbers doesn’t simply define bridge.
The Best of Summer: A Tale of Idyllic Days under the Summer Sun
The Best of Summer: A Tale of Idyllic Days under the Summer Sun
4/11/2017 3:35:14 AM
Wilhelmina Tuckerman’s summer adventures continue in Marjorie Worster Thibodeau’s third book in the Once upon a Summer series. Once upon a Summer: Penobscot Boy narrates Wilhelmina’s idyllic summer in the year 1900.
Award-Winning Artists Teach Readers to Find Beauty in Simple Things
Award-Winning Artists Teach Readers to Find Beauty in Simple Things
4/11/2017 3:20:26 AM
Multitalented author and artist Yvonne Simia and her husband, Gene Simia, enchant the younger generation of book readers at the recent Paris Book Fair 2017.
Magic and Vengeance Rolled into One Book of Adventure
Magic and Vengeance Rolled into One Book of Adventure
4/11/2017 2:56:20 AM
Nothing can stop the magic at Paris Book Fair as the international event featured Arkansas’s very own author Marcella Schlote whose book, entitled Little Town of Secrets, has given more color and delight to thousands of readers around the globe.
Orenthal Tragedy: A Shakespearean Take on the Most Prolific American Court Case of the Century
Orenthal Tragedy: A Shakespearean Take on the Most Prolific American Court Case of the Century
4/11/2017 2:33:38 AM
Inspired by real-life events revolving around the O. J. Simpson trial, lawyer-turned-playwright Michael Monk writes The Tragedy of Orenthal, Prince of Brentwood.
Anthropomorphic Animals in Modern Children’s Book Proves Popular
Anthropomorphic Animals in Modern Children’s Book Proves Popular
4/10/2017 8:00:00 AM
Animals and anthropomorphic animals will never outgrow their popularity in children’s literature. Not only they make reading fun, but they are actually preferred by children and even the writers who create such stories.
Author Shows Love for Paris through Rhythmic Children’s Book
Author Shows Love for Paris through Rhythmic Children’s Book
4/10/2017 8:00:00 AM
Anyone who has read Staci Capehart’s “Lily The Girl Who Can Fly in Her Dreams: Lily Goes to Paris” (AuthorHouse, 2014) will have their eyes fixed upon the solid, colourful illustrations and appreciate the fast-paced development of the children’s story.
Contemporary Fable Reminds Readers of Their True Potential
Contemporary Fable Reminds Readers of Their True Potential
4/10/2017 8:00:00 AM
Fancy a story about an osprey that’s afraid to fly – and how it survives the predators and other dangers it comes across? Then you will love Edward Martin Polansky’s debut children’s book “Oscar the Osprey: The Bird Who Was Afraid of Heights” (AuthorHouse, 2015).
Up-and-coming Children’s Writer Pens a Morality Tale in Rhyme
Up-and-coming Children’s Writer Pens a Morality Tale in Rhyme
4/10/2017 8:00:00 AM
Fancy a modern retelling of a classic tale? If you love Charles Dickens’ “The Christmas Carol,” then you will also love Miss Wally’s “Renie the Meanie: A Brat’s Christmas Carol” (Xlibris, 2015).
Tale of Mischievous Baby Will Remind Readers of Their Childhood Mischief
Tale of Mischievous Baby Will Remind Readers of Their Childhood Mischief
4/10/2017 8:00:00 AM
Craylon Mills, author of “The Missing Pant Leg,” released “Luly Surely,” her second children’s book published by Tate Publishing in 2013. Luly Surely happens to be the title character, who is a cute, funny but mischievous baby with a little dimple on the right cheek.