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2008-03-15 | Unholy Domain, Dan Ronco's new thriller from Kunati Books , predicted the Vatican's biggest new concern --- genetic engineering. According to the Church, genetic engineering may produce consequences difficult to foresee and control. This is eerily similar to the theme of Ronco's new thriller.
2008-03-12 | 31 Authors, a Pulitzer Prize-winner, a NY Times bestselling author, a major movie deal, sequels from hit authors, and breakthrough non-fiction characterize Kunati's most outstanding year.
2008-03-03 | Poetic Musings of an Old, Fat Man is the third book published by poet Harry E. Gilleland, Jr. containing a collection of his personal poetry. This collection contains eighty-one of his recent poems and storoems addressing a variety of topics. It will engage and delight all readers.
2008-02-29 | The Adirondack Book House (www.blogtalkradio.com/The-Dancing-Valkyrie) provides authors with a chance to promote their books on Blog Talk Radio, and for listeners to call in and speak to the authors.
2008-02-25 | An aspiring poet must navigate through a web of lies, secrets and revenge before she loses everything
2008-02-17 | The true story of one man's journey through 28 cities and 15 countries in 31 days, alone.
2008-02-17 | Belly of the Whale is "A riveting story, both powerful and poignant in its telling. Merlino's immense talent shines on every page." H.Roughan, NY Times Bestselling Author.
2008-02-15 | Unholy Domain, a new thriller from Dan Ronco, tackles the age-old battle of scientific enlightenment and reason vs. religious fanaticism. In a future world ravaged by technology, scientists and religious fundamentalists fight over this question: What does it mean to be human?
2008-02-09 | Just in time for summer travel to Europe, "A Field Guide to the Saints: The Traveller's Illustrated Handbook To Church Art", by Kate Rushford Murray, provides a fun and easy way to identify the saints found in churches and museums, and to learn their stories.
2008-01-21 | Community Welcome House in Newnan, Georgia, selects Whale Song--a novel by Canadian author Cheryl Kaye Tardif--as mandatory reading for victims of violence, and now there is a discussion guide available to readers, book clubs and schools.
2008-01-16 | Recognizing the need to encourage paraplegics and quadriplegics around the world, Rebecca Didier has a special outreach to this population. What's abundantly clear is that, Kasey: From a Butterfly to an Angel serves as inspiration for both the 'abled' and 'differently-abled.'
2008-01-11 | Introducing author Lanaia Lee publihed dark poet and fantasy writer
2008-01-11 | Griffin Publishing, under license from the U.S. Olympic Committee, is pleased to announce the release the two newest installments of the Journey to... activity book series for Grades 1-3 and 4-6.
2008-01-10 | An amazing new discovery by author, Philip Gardiner, will show precisely what the purpose of the Great Pyramid at Giza, and many other ancient monuments, truly was.
2008-01-07 | 7 Steps Out of the Humpty Dumps: Endorsed by bestselling author Andrew Carroll: ...a book with tremendous heart and soul. Specific steps and viable solutions to overcoming problems are presented in such a compassionate and inspiring way that you feel like the words are coming from a beloved friend.
2008-01-07 | Featuring Modern and Contemporary Art from an estate collection; a major modern art library; Judaica; sterling silver; a Steinway; Mid-Century Modern; period Venetian furniture; a 19th C. gilt bronze Tiffany clock; Japanese ivory sculpture and exceptional furnishings and fine and decorative art.
2008-01-02 | Hell has no fury like a woman scorned! A docile housewife gets the 411 on her husband in Cheryl Robinson's new release, Sweet Georgia Brown
2007-12-21 | Atophill Publishing is proud to announce its new book BERMUDA TRIANGLE - Selection of Short Stories by Eino K. Nurminen. This is Nurminen's fourth book, and it is already now receiving national and international acclaim.
2007-12-20 | This holiday, are you looking for an open-handed gift-giver in all the wrong places? Santa's not there for you big boys and girls. The secret to finding a generous personality could be as simple as the nose on somebody's face.
2007-12-15 | Stefan Molyneux, the prolific philosopher and host of the top-rated podcast Freedomain Radio (www.freedomainradio.com) has released his first in a series of books on practical philosophy.