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Nicki Alexander Wins Ocean Cooperative's Novel of Promise Award

2007-07-14 | The Ocean Cooperative Agency, one of the online world's oldest editorial services, has announced that Nicki Alexander of Nashville has won the Summer 2007 Novel of Promise award for "Arrival in the Five Points", the opening chapter of Alexander's trilogy "The Squalor of Dreams."


PARIS HILTON ANNOUNCES SUMMER READING LIST IN EFFORT TO ENCOURAGE LITERACY

2007-07-08 | Paris Hilton has decided to use her high-profile status to help increase literacy. She has announced a four-book summer reading list that she feels is varied and will both inspire and entertain readers.


Gerald Everett Jones to Sign "Boychik Lit" Novel at Dutton's Brentwood

2007-07-04 | "My Inflatable Friend" is stress-relieving summer reading for luckless guys and the women who feel sorry for them.


Dream Books "www.dreambookspublisher.com" Present "Persian Dreams"

2007-06-23 | Persian Dreams by author and poet Maryam Tabibzadeh is a historical masterpiece of fiction that is a gripping and powerfully crafted story of three people whose lives and struggles propel them (and us) through one hundred years of history in a country of political conflict, and war.


Summer Activity: Elevate journal keeping from mundane to insane!

2007-06-21 | Announcing Journal Buddies: A Wonderful Parent/Kid Summer Journaling Activity


Minister of Esteem Issues Call To Action To White House

2007-06-15 | According to Qadree many of society ills can be traced or linked directly to the lack of self-esteem.


Book Signing - Imani's Heart - The Dancing Angel

2007-06-11 | A book for all ages, Imani's Heart is a story of compassion, about an angel who loves to dance and her visit to planet Earth. On Jun 23rd, at 2:00PM, at the Color Book Gallery, come hear the parents tell the story of how Imani shared her joy to bring people together.


Vancouver-born Author's Novel Attracts Hollywood

2007-06-02 | With 3 published novels--one an Amazon Bestseller--Vancouver-born author Cheryl Kaye Tardif is overwhelmed by the huge response from film producers in Canada and the US.


Mother-Son Team Brings New Life to Old Adirondack Ghosts

2007-05-26 | The ghosts of one Adirondack cemetery come alive again in autumn, as teenage Will Durant first collects ghost stories from several area residents, and then tests out his machismo in the graveyard - and has a ghost experience of his own.


"Better Off Dead: In Paradise" - A Mafia Novel to Die For!

2007-05-21 | New CAYMAN ISLANDS Mafia Thriller - Outshines The 'Sopranos'.


Blood and sex. Of course love, but not the way humans think about it. This is the recurring theme throughout The Dancing Valkyrie, a story about Mary Hoffman, librarian by day and exotic dancer by night.

2007-05-18 | Pete Klein, author of the recently published novel, "The Dancing Valkyrie," and the hiking guide, "Adirondack Hikes in Hamilton County" says spring is here and it's time to plan ahead for book signings and readings.


Dumb Stunt with Celebrity Look-Alike Doll Backfires--Boy Fails Upward

2007-05-14 | Practical joke or identity theft? Hollywood publicists could worry.


Scott Ginsberg on Jim Canterucci's Personal Brilliance - Up Close and Practical Podcast

2007-05-09 | Jim Canterucci's May guest is the Guy with the Nametag Scott Ginsberg on the Personal Brilliance - Up Close and Practical weekly podcastl.


Novel Considered Too Graphic for Teens

2007-04-27 | Controversy over the content of the recently released novel, "Edgewise: An Assignment to Remember" provokes the question, What is too graphic for teens?


A Great New Chapter-book Series for Children Starts Up That Features Characters That Travel Around the World and That Are From Florida

2007-04-24 | The Incredible Journey Books, a new chapter-book series for children ages 7-9, has started up with its first two books, The Criminal in the Caymans and Treasure in Tahiti.


"Cynthia von Buhler: Show & Tell" On Exhibit at the Staten Island Museum in New York City. Surreal three-dimensional works blend Renaissance inspired portraiture and messianic figures with natural objects.

2007-04-24 | Cynthia von Buhler's enigmatic paintings impart their meaning through symbol, design, and narrative. Butterflies, snakes, birds, and plants are set into cages, boxes, and peepholes to serve as metaphors for the human condition. "Show and Tell" is akin to a trip down an ornate rabbit hole.


Mark Sanborn on Jim Canterucci's Personal Brilliance - Up Close and Practical Podcast

2007-04-11 | Jim Canterucci's April guest is Bestselling author Mark Sanborn on the Personal Brilliance - Up Close and Practical weekly podcastl.


Harriet Lane, the Most Admired First Lady, Not Featured in Coin Series

2007-04-04 | "It may be called First Spouse Gold Coin Program," but that does not excuse the omission of Harriet Lane," states Milton Stern, the author of "Harriet Lane, America's First Lady."


The Secret of the Secret is that it is not new. It's been modernized and put into a Hollywood-type book & video. Napoleon Hill, Wallace Waddles, James Allen, Al J Scaglione, the Hicks, Shakti Gulwain (Oprah endorsed her book years ago)have been sharing the "Secret" for close to 100 Years.

2007-04-04 | Oprah recently had a show dedicated to the "Secret" and millions watched Oprah and her panel of "Secret" professionals talk about the "Law of Attraction".But the fact is unless one embraces the hard work attached to its principals, the "Law of Attraction" doesn't work.


Jacko's Giant Robot Escapes from ZANESVILLE

2007-04-02 | Did Michael Jackson read ZANESVILLE by celebrated author Kris Saknussemm? It appears so!