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Schillings Partner Simon Smith Unveils New Book on Image Rights

2008-11-13 | Schillings image rights specialist Simon Smith is set to release a new book - the 2nd edition of Image, Persona and the Law


Snowshoe Magazine to Cover all 2009 USSSA Championship Snowshoe Qualifiers and National Championship Races

2008-11-11 | SnowshoeMagazine.com, the only e-magazine focusing on the worldwide sport of snowshoeing, will provide complete editorial coverage of the 2009 United States Snowshoe Association Championship Series regional qualifiers and the National Championship races.


24-7 Press Release Newswire Provides Competitive Press Release Distribution During Tougher Economic Times

2008-10-29 | 24-7PressRelease.com, a leader in affordable and effective press release distribution offers further reach for your press release during tough economic times.


Writer Explores a Previously Hidden Slice of Irish and German History

2008-10-24 | 'Hitler and Mars Bars' author, Dianne Ascroft, discusses her historical fiction novel and the intriguing period it's set in on her upcoming Virtual Book Tour.


Sandra F. Ingerman Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-22 | Ms. Ingerman spiritual nature and experiences as a teacher inspired her to become involved in writing and lecturing.


Roccie Hill's Highly-Praised Debut Novel THREE MINUTES ON LOVE To Be Released in U.S. Bookstores October 17, 2008

2008-10-15 | Roccie Hill's highly-praised debut novel, a bittersweet love story, THREE MINUTES ON LOVE, is set in the California desert, San Francisco of the rock 'n roll 70s, and the music business of the late 20th century. It will be launched in US bookstores October 17, 2008 and is in pre-release on Amazon.


Linda Lee Landon Honored by Cambridge Who's Who for Excellence in Motivational and Inspirational Speaking

2008-10-12 | She wrote 10 books including 'Earth Angel Child,' 'The Courage to Heal' and 'The Courage to Live.'


Patty C. Malone, Ph.D. Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-12 | Dr. Malone incorporates all aspects of her career into her consultations, providing clients with strategic communication skills for career advancement.


Jacquelyn Jones Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-12 | During her illustrious career, she authored a biology laboratory manual for Central Texas College in 2005; the manual is still in the school's biology curriculum.


Paul Rebillot Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-11 | Founding Director of the North American School of Gestalt and Experiential Teaching.


William J. Morgan, Th.D., Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-11 | With 16 years of experience as a Christian author, Dr. Morgan focuses his talents on helping new Christian converts make life-changing decisions.


Eve Jeanette Blohm Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-11 | A published writer since 1965, Ms. Blohm specializes in writing haiku and has published countless haikus throughout her career.


Benny Widyono, Ph.D., Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-11 | He specializes in teaching economics and is responsible for conducting classes on economic development, developing curricula and attending meetings on international relation.


Canadian Author Cheryl Kaye Tardif Writes a Novel Titled 'Finding Bliss' on the New iPhone 3G

2008-10-10 | Critically acclaimed author Cheryl Kaye Tardif plans to use the Notes application on her new iPhone 3G to write a novel titled 'Finding Bliss'. She may be the first author to ever attempt this.


Agatha E. Carroo, Ph.D., JD, Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-10 | Dr. Carroo published an article entitled "The Psychology of Acculturation and Globalization: Implications for Global Security" in the journal of the Oxford Round Table.


Debut Author's Abuse Recovery Novel Nominated for 2008 Cybil Award

2008-10-10 | Courage in Patience, a story of hope for those who have endured abuse, has been nominated for a Cybil award in Young Adult Literature.


Whale Song, a Bestselling Novel by Canadian Author Cheryl Kaye Tardif, to be Gifted to Celebrities at Dallas Rocks 2008 Gala Benefit Dinner and Afterparty

2008-10-03 | Tardif's critically acclaimed novel Whale Song will be in 125 VIP gift bags that will be given to celebrities and special guests who attend Dallas Rocks 2008, a fundraising event in support of Russel Simmons' Diamond Empowerment Fund that helps bring education to people in Africa.



Drew Peterson Discloses His Timeline for the Day Stacy Peterson Disappeared—Exclusively in the Investigative Book Drew Peterson Exposed

2008-09-22 | Nearly a year after Stacy Peterson disappeared, Drew Peterson reveals for the first time his timeline of events and his whereabouts for October 28, 2007 to Derek Armstrong, author of Drew Peterson Exposed (Kunati, Oct 1, 2008).


James M. Sulkowski Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-09-21 | Mr. Sulkowski specializes in painting traditional and classical landscapes, portraits, still life, and murals. His credentials include a commission from the Chairman of the Pennsylvania Republican Committee to paint a landscape of Pennsylvania for former President and Mrs. George H. W. Bush.