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2005-06-12 | Small press authors can help each other get readings and signings.
2005-06-08 | She baby-sits her grandson, grows vegetables in her back yard, and dances at the Old Farmer's Ball. Her name is Clare Hanrahan but she is no ordinary grandmother. Clare is a first-hand witness to prisoner abuse. And she refuses to remain silent.
2005-06-07 | The RAWSISTAZ Affair 2005, to be held September 16-18, 2005 in Atlanta, Georgia at the Sheraton Midtown Atlanta Hotel at Colony Square.
2005-05-21 | Mikaylah Simone is a rising new poet whose simple, yet visceral, style brings poetry back to its basics as a social art through her affirmation of cultural identity and personal redemption.
2005-05-20 | Depression is not a disease and everyone can recover from it. But it will take breaking away from the medical system.
2005-05-15 | Publishing two books, one poetry and one prose, within the same month is a feat accomplished during April, 2005 by Harry E. Gilleland, Jr. The first book is entitled Gilleland Poetry: Storoems and Poems. The second book is a novella entitled Bob the Dragon Slayer.
2005-05-15 | Stanley R. Siler, CEO of StanTheMan, Inc. Appeared in court Pro se, otherwise without the aid of an attorney, appearing by Self Representation at Marion County Court Annex, 4000 Aumsville Hwy., SE * Salem, OR 97301, May 9, 2005.
2005-05-15 | Katie Giguere follows up her critically acclaimed debut CD "Bringin' Me Hope" with a compelling new book, "Being the Fat Girl" about her battle with weight and low self-esteem, and how she overcame them to become a highly praised CCM recording artist.
2005-05-13 | Allbooks Reviews has once again reached the top of the Media Resources genre in the Writer's Digest, 101 Best Websites for Writers.
2005-05-01 | It took over 100 years after her death, but the first extensive biography of the most admired woman in America and the first to be called "First Lady" has been released.
2005-04-19 | "A family history can be more valuable than people realize - both for writers and for their descendants. Not only will a family history preserve precious memories for future generations, but also at least fourteen other benefits may be gained from writing your story," says author Lillie Ammann.
2005-04-13 | Shawn Thorton has written a 2,500 word article about the fair use/permissions scheme and offers the whole article or the right to simply extract the facts from that article to all journalists at no charge. See the press release for details.
2005-03-31 | Plenty of funny medical stories are featured in "The Humor of Healing: An Amusing History of American Medicine," a new book by Dr. Donald A. Johnson.
2005-03-22 | IN DEFENSE OF THE CHRIST: WHY JESUS WOULD DISOWN CHRISTIANITY by Shawn Patrick Thornton, published in January 2005, provides historical data in support of The Da Vinci Code's characterization of Jesus Christ
2005-03-22 | Antonio's Quest for Peace - The Friends of Peace, is an attempt to share some of his idea about Peace of Mind to any human being who is hungry for Peace.
2005-03-18 | This is the second historical fiction by this author who is quickly receiving international acclaim. Based in sixth century Scotland, the novel is a story of love, jealousy, treachery and war but also of faith and a closeness to nature.
2005-03-16 | Ravyn is no typical woman. Immune to pain, fierce with inner strength, there is little that unsettles her.
2005-03-16 | How did one young woman influence a desperate Atlanta escapee and alleged murderer and rapist to surrender peacefully? Why was the 26 year-old widowed-mom able to accomplish that brute force couldn't accomplish?
2005-03-04 | It is that time of year again to shake out the couch covers, sweep out the dirt, and let in the fresh spring air. Barbara Marjanovic does just this as the characters in her latest collection of short stories and poems discover more than just dust bunnies in their attic while spring-cleaning.