Mary Ostrowski Helps Children Find Their Creative Voice

San Antonio, TX – With twenty years of experience as an educator, Mary Ostrowski knows how important it is to encourage children to express themselves thoughtfully. She has worked in public and private schools, in the United States and abroad, as a teacher and administrator. She worries that the current school system all too frequently … Read more

Dr. Tom DePaoli Releases New Book Leadership by Storytelling

Can you become a great leader by storytelling? Unequivocally! Dr. Tom DePaoli wrote a book to prove it. With his book Leadership by Storytelling: The Best Way to Learn Good Leadership Principles, he reveals some authentic principles of great leadership. The principles are demonstrated with compelling leadership stories that support the beliefs. Dr. Tom provides … Read more

Author Blanca M. De La Rosa Releases New Book Pursuing a Better Tomorrow

What would you give up today for a better tomorrow? Many individuals give up the only world they know in pursuit of a better tomorrow. Spanning more than one hundred years, Pursuing a Better Tomorrow, is not just a memoir that portrays the history of three generations, but rather an inspiring cross-generational journey from Spain … Read more

“Scotland’s Religious War – 16th Century: The Return of Mary Queen of Scots” by Stephen J. McDowall is published

About the Book: In Scotland’s Religious War – 16th Century: The Return of Mary Queen of Scots, Stephen McDowall covers some seven years of Catholic Mary’s life, from her return to newly Protestant Scotland following the death of her husband, the French King, until her escape to England following the Battle of Langside. There are … Read more

Legendary Black Arts Movement Author Horace Mungin Celebrates 50 Year Career Anniversary With Re-Release of 10 Literary Works

Ridgeville, SC – It was 1968 when literary giant Horace Mungin penned his first published work, “Dope Hustler’s Jazz,” part one of a two volume set of anti-drug poetry. “Dope Hustler’s Jazz” was the beginning of a writing career that started in the Black Arts Movement and would extend over five decades of literary contributions. … Read more

“So Long at the Fair” by Pat Herbert is published

ISBN #978-1944156749 “So Long at the Fair” by Pat Herbert is published 5th in the Rev. Paltoquet Supernatural Murder Mystery series About the Book: ‘Oh dear, what can the matter be ….’ Why does a woman keep falling from the Big Wheel at a South London fair? Hallucination or something more sinister? It seems that … Read more

1st Place Winner – Purple Dragonfly Book Award

Greer, SC – The judges of the 2019 Purple Dragonfly Book Awards contest, which recognizes excellence in children’s books, have spoken, and Puffy Gets Angry by Rich Pfeiffer, PhD and Susie Post Roberts, has won 1st PLACE in the General category. The Purple Dragonfly Book Award is a prestigious international book competition that was created … Read more

Debt Cleanse: How To Settle Your Unaffordable Debts for Pennies on the Dollar (And Not Pay Some At All)

Like many Americans, Newbery struggled with debt. But unlike most people, he owed more than $26 million. Creditors swarmed after a natural disaster devastated his multi-million dollar business. The stress was crushing. He needed a way out — and what he discovered will amaze you. His breakthrough came practically by accident. One of his creditors … Read more

Author Sally Saylor De Smet Releases New Women’s Mystery Novel, Brooklyn Bitters

Author Sally Saylor De Smet is pleased to announce the release of the new women’s mystery novel, Brooklyn Bitters. Released by BookBaby July 1, 2019, the book is already receiving rave reviews from readers and reviewers. You don’t get over killing your sister’s husband. Accident or not. When twenty-four-year-old Kate Hathaway graduated with honors from … Read more