After years of successfully applying an approach developed specifically for surfers and standup paddleboarders in his medical practice, Dr. Marc Adams wanted to be able to give more people access to his approach than he could through his practice alone.
E.A. Channon, the author of Flesh of the Blood, will appear at the Las Vegas Wizard World Convention April 24-26, meeting with fans and sharing his dramatic story filled with humans, dwarves, magicians and elves all coming together to save a lost girl.
After several years of research, I am now ready to unleash upon the world my first novel targeted to the young adult set and to whomever would like to read a good story about love and adventure. Inspired by Stephenie Meyer and her hero, Edward Cullen, the prose is also devoid of four letter words and inappropriate sex scenes. I like to think of it as Scarlett O'Hara meets Lawrence of Arabia.
Sacred Intelligence, by author Dr. Terrlyn L. Curry Avery, offers tangible strategies to help people make better choices and heal on a spiritual and relational level while recognizing the sacred in everyday life and opening the door to new, healthy relationships.
Author Kerrie Carnes Salwa's new book, Tiny Conversations, focuses on the discussions she had with her twin daughters that helped her cope with professional challenges and the loss of her sister and father.
With the rise in divorce for the African American community has come heartbreak, drama and broken homes as well as a collective need to learn how to navigate through tough breakups. In the spirit of learning from history, Chicago family law practitioner Lester L. Barclay shared the 14 biggest post-divorce mistakes that people can make.
Lester L. Barclay, author of the book, The African-American Guide to Divorce & Drama: Breaking Up Without Breaking Down, believes that 25 percent of African American marriages in his practice could be saved from ending by applying some of Dr. Martin Luther King's most effective communication skills and techniques. Communication is clearly a key component in helping a marriage survive and thrive.
E.A. Channon, author of Flesh of the Blood, a tale of humans, dwarves, magicians and elves working together to rescue a lost girl, will be participating in the Seattle Star Trek Convention held December 12-14 at the Meydenbauer Center.
Innovo Publishing LLC released Save Them All (A Novel), an inspiring story about helping those in need. This book is available now in the U.S. and internationally in paperback, hardback, Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, Apple iPad/iPhone, Google Android, and other smartphone-compatible editions.
E.A. Channon, author of Flesh of the Blood, a tale of humans, dwarves, magicians and elves working together to rescue a lost girl, will be the featured author at the November 15 Heroes Resource Artists Alley.
In his published books, such as Boomerangs, Nickerson offers the reader a unique insight regarding the aging worker. He advocates this part of the workforce for their ability to mentor younger workers.
Luka Hocevar, strength training and fitness expert, will team with CelebrityPress, a leading book publishing company, and several leading fitness experts from around the world to release the book, "Rapid Body Makeover."
Through narrative and advice, Phyllis R. Brown delivers hope and inspiration
in the newly released edition of her book, Help Me! I'm Slipping, a memoir of her relationship with her husband who fell victim to Alzheimer's disease.
A new book for authors was released last month by the team at TrainingAuthors.com. Owner, Shelley Hitz, and her business partner, Heather Hart, having been working together for over five years and are well known in the author community. This newest book is the first in a series that will be slowly released over the next few years.
As libraries adapt their collections and adjust their mix of print and digital content for patrons, Ingram Content Group Inc., today announced that it has grown its MyiLibrary platform, adding more than 50,000 titles and new functionality to meet the changing needs of today's libraries.