NASHVILLE, TN /Send2Press Newswire/ — Parents fighting the constant battle to get their children to eat, sleep and behave will breathe a sigh of relief with the release of Taming Your Family Zoo: Six Weeks to Raising a Well-Mannered Child (Revell, May 2005), by Donna Jones. In just six weeks, Donna teaches parents how to raise well-mannered children through the powerful tools of Rehearsing, Reminding, Reinforcing, and Reflecting.
Books and Publishing News - Page 24
Page 24 of Books and Publishing News issued by the Send2Press® Newswire service.
Atlanta Author Looks To Inherit Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Legacy With Fast-Pased Thriller Based On Mysteries Of French Monestery
| From: Gregg Loomis, Author
ATLANTA, GA /Send2Press Newswire/ — With his novel The Pegasus Secret, Gregg Loomis delves into a facinating modern-day mystery based on the secrets of a real-life 19th century priest, his association with the enigmatic Knights Templar, and how a Nicholas Poussin painting is rumored to contain hidden messages leading to buried treasure.
| From: Colligo Corporation
BELLINGHAM, WA /Send2Press Newswire/ — The BookCrafter ™ Publishing Suite, from Colligo Corporation, could well be a technological innovation as significant as the printing press itself. A complete turnkey solution, BookCrafter enables users to convert printed books to accessible digital books as fast as pages can be fed through the system’s included scanner. The Accessible Books read themselves out loud, become large type books, books in Braille, Audio Books, DAISY (Digital Accessible Information SYstem) format and more.
New Teen Adventure Novel Explores America’s Ancient American Indian Past While Providing a Dose of Fantasy Sufficient to Attract Harry Potter Fans
| From: Hallmark Emporium
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. /Send2Press Newswire/ — Hallmark Emporium today announced the publication of ‘Toby Erdrich and the Golden Eclipse,’ a historical and somewhat romantic fantasy-adventure novel. Lee White Fox takes young-hearted readers into the world of American Indians in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula before any white people showed up–well, at least not in over ten or fifteen thousand years, if experts are beginning to get it right about the peopling of ancient America.
| From: Pilgrims Process Inc.
DENVER, CO /Send2Press Newswire/ — Since the devastating tsunami on December 2004, people around the world have once again become aware of Sri Lanka and its devastating civil war. Anyone eager to learn more about this fascinating country should not miss reading Leonard Feinberg’s new novel set in Sri Lanka, published by Pilgrims Process, Inc.
ASI Publishing Announces the Publication of ‘Infusion,’ a New Sci-Fi Novel by Noted Technical Author Clint Smith
| From: ASI Publishing
NEW YORK, NY /Send2Press Newswire/ — ASI Publishing (www.asipublishing.com), a small press based in New York which specializes in the publication of science fiction, today announced the publication of ‘INFUSION,’ a new book by well-known technical author Clint Smith, P.E.
| From: Carrie Carr, Author
CHICAGO, IL /Send2Press Newswire/ — When Chicago author, Carrie Carr, decided to spruce up her life with a little excitement, she knew exactly what was needed – romance, and lots of it. Armed with a positive attitude, she ventured into the world of personal ads. Her debut novel, ‘Single Black Female,’ mimics her own amusing experiences and fictionalizes the consequences of falling helplessly in love with a married man.
| From: Solving Light Books
ANNAPOLIS, MD /Send2Press Newswire/ — Did ancient Greek artists depict Kain (Cain) killing Abel on their most glorious temple, the Parthenon? Yes, according to Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr., author of ‘The Parthenon Code: Mankind’s History in Marble,’ new from Solving Light Books.
New Book by Geoff Hoff and Steve Mancini Asks: Can a Gay and a Straight Guy Inhabit the Same Novel Without Driving Each Other Crazy?
| From: Joseph Coaler Productions
VENTURA, Calif. /Send2Press Newswire/ — Joseph Coaler Productions (www.JosephCoaler.com) today announced the publication of ‘Weeping Willow Volume One: Welcome to River Bend,’ by Geoff Hoff and Steve Mancini, a novel comprised of the first fifteen installments of Hoff and Mancini’s on-line satirical soap opera of the same name, which has become a cult sensation among cyber serial fans and comedy enthusiasts.
| From: Thomas D. Mangelsen, Inc.
OMAHA, NE /Send2Press Newswire/ — Images of Nature(R) today announced they will donate $2.00 for each 2005 calendar sold in their stores and online during the month of January to UNICEF Tsunami Relief. Funds will go to helping thousands of children that are at great risk following the earthquake and tsunamis that hit coastal areas across South Asia on December 26.
| From: ForeWord Magazine
TRAVERSE CITY, MI and NEW YORK CITY, NY /Send2Press Newswire/ — New York University’s (NYU) Center for Publishing and ForeWord Magazine (www.forewordmagazine.com) announced today a collaborative project to launch a new publishing industry survey of small presses. The goal of the first annual survey is to discover current and coming trends in marketing, distribution, and sales, which will be usable to these publishers in their own planning strategies.
| From: Industry Magazine
BOSTON, MA /Send2Press Newswire/ — Industry Magazine (www.industrymagazine.com), a national franchise publication based in Orlando, Florida, today announced the February, 2005 launch of their Boston edition, which will combine Industry Magazine’s national entertainment, fashion, lifestyle and culture coverage with local editorial content.
| From: Bimini Road Publishing
CHICAGO, IL /Send2Press Newswire/ — It could be a very Merry Christmas for a student at one of the top universities in the country if they are able to break the cipher at the end of the novel, THE MOSES RIDDLE. A new novel by Chicago author Hunt Kingsbury and published by Bimini Road Publishing, offers $5,000, or the equivalent in authentic Egyptian treasure, to anyone who can break the cipher and solve the riddle at the end of the book.
A New Book by a Heart Attack Victim Has Refueled the Decades Old Debate: Do the Cardiological Benefits of Statins Outweigh Their Negative Side Effects?
| From: Mike Stone, Author
JERUSALEM, Israel /Send2Press Newswire/ — Recent medical studies are recommending lowering existing LDL cholesterol levels for post heart attack patients to levels significantly lower than the ceiling of 100 mg/dL that has been in effect until now. Many people taking statins to meet the existing goal of 100 already feel that the quality of their lives has reached zero. In ‘Surviving a Successful Heart Attack,’ Mike Stone describes the massive disruptions in his professional and personal life, and his own futile attempts to climb out of the mental/emotional abyss that he had somehow stumbled into.