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By Leap Books, LLC
Celebrating the 150th anniversary of alice’s adventures in wonderland
By Mira Sound Germany
Released on DVD: ‘Wege des Menschen – Ways of Men’, 6 English New-Topical-Song movies and a touching reading by Michel Montecrossa in German from his acclaimed book ‘Wege des Menschen – Ways of Men’.
By Bayview Entertainment
A pair of literary studies – “Literary Classics: Great Expectations, Jane Eyre, A Tale of Two Cities, Lord of the Flies” and “Themes from Shakespeare” – are coming to DVD on February 3 from Kultur International Films and BayView.
By Selah Haki
After fourteen years with Dramaticpause.net, Kobina Wright has made major changes.
By Summertime Publications Inc
Francophiles will be able to discover the charmed world of Tita this Monday, as Marie Houzelle's stunning debut novel about the adventures of a precocious schoolgirl in 1950s France is released for the first time as an ebook.
By Duncan Bahr
Dead Man’s Hill, recently published by author Duncan Bahr concerns a gang of Catholic grammar school boys who quest through New York’s West Side during the 1980s.
By Sleeper and Associates
The Art of Improvisation in Words, Music, and Life to be celebrated at 'Words & Music: A Literary Feast in New Orleans'
By Cherry Blossom Stories
Inspirational author Renae Lucas-Hall writes compelling fiction to explore the kawaii (cute in Japanese) phenomenon – an artistic style from Japan gaining international recognition which exhibits everything in an adorable and cutesy way, from frivolous...
By Leah E. Good
Teen author Leah E. Good’s novel, Counted Worthy, releases on November 3rd__ just one day after the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. The nineteen year old grew up learning that Christian persecution has existed throughout history.
Bay Area actors and storytellers gather Nov. 12 at the Redwood Café to perform selected works on sisterhood from new anthology by writers from across the globe
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
Six recipients next month will be honored with the 2014 North Carolina Award, which recognizes significant contributions to the state and nation in the fields of public service, fine arts, literature and science.
American Academy of Diplomacy Announces Dillon Book Award-Angela Stent's "The Limits of Partnership"
By American Academy of Diplomacy
Washington, October 20, 2014. The American Academy of Diplomacy is proud to announce that it has chosen Georgetown University Professor Angela Stent's study of post-Cold War U.S.-Russian relations, The Limits of Partnership, as the winner of its...
Global Chorus: 365 Voices on the Future of the Planet, in stores on Oct. 31, 2014
By Clay Road Press
The long-awaited novel written by the late Julian Koosman titled Oneonta: The Novel has been published and is now available for sale at Amazon.com and other online retailers. Mr.
By Thirty Something London
“I wasn't allowed to go to Fitch's party today coz I got grounded. My dad thinks I'm seeing too much of the guys + it's affecting my schoolwork so I'm not allowed to see them outside school. He also thinks I have been groping them! Dad has got the flu.
Collection Of Stories By Gary Brill Follows Regular People On Their Adventures In Budapest Pilot and author, Gary Brill is pleased to announce the promotion of his collection of stories, Driving In Budapest.
By Jacquelyn B. Fletcher
New book from award-winning author and mixed media artist Jacquelyn Fletcher illustrates the healing power of creativity
By Joss Sheldon
The best epic-poem since Homer is here... 'Involution & Evolution' by Joss Sheldon has been out for less than three weeks, but it has already received a raft of 5-star reviews on Amazon and Good Reads, where it has been described as 'beautiful',...
As Roald Dahl Day was commemorated this Saturday, Moulton Writer, Dave Kenneth, depicts the Swingin' Sixties in his town of 'Little Hell'.
By Little Bahalia Publishing LLC
Little Bahalia Publishing LLC releases hardcover children's book "My Love for You Is the Sun" by Julie Hedlund and Susan Eaddy
By Echo Books-Stockholm
Philadelphia native Kim Golden receives bronze medal for her latest novel, an interracial/multicultural love story set in Scandinavia.
By New Street Communications, LLC
Includes biographical details, succinct book and story summaries, a survey of Hemingway criticism, and more.
By Roman Payne
“The Wanderess,” Roman Payne’s latest novel, is experiencing a boom in viral activity. The subject of the book resonates with our internet culture, which allows and encourages women to brave the world on their own
U.S. Navy Veteran And Texas Author Publishes Debut Novel About A Young Man In The Crossroads Of Life
By The Next Chapter Publishing
N.R White and The Next Chapter Publishing are proud to announce the arrival of Crosswinds on August 28th, 2014. The debut novel by White is a testament to the challenges that people encounter as they make their way through life.
By Author Peter May
Peter May's award-winning trilogy of books set on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland will finally be published in full in North America; and to mark the occasion, the Scottish author is coming on a tour of the USA and Canada in September to meet fans of the...
By La Frontera Publishing
“Broken Promises,” Collection of Great Short Stories from America's Newest Western Writers, Available on Amazon as E-Book
By R.J. Tolson
"In many ways, I was captivated by the thoughts of defining who I really am as an individual and what I will do going forward to make a difference in the world...The main factor that I took away from this book is that dreams are achievable."...Readers'...
By 30 Day Books / The Write Life Magazine
The Write Life Magazine, a lifestyle magazine for writers, is proud to present the 11th issue of its publication. Each issue is based on a theme, and this time it’s Jane Austen.
By BigWorldNetwork.com, LLC
BigWorldNetwork.com introduces several new series with their Summer launch, including new fantasy, sci-fi, comedy, superhero, and gay romance titles.
By Author Joe Chyla Sr.
Jacksonville author Joe Chyla Sr., a transplanted Brooklyn resident, is enjoying rave reviews for his break out novel, "Brooklyn Days Brooklyn Nights, a Crime Story." Chyla's first foray into the literary world of murder and mayhem is a hit.
By The Chocolate League
A fun story about a group of kids from Detroit looking for a little adventure!
By K Wright
Artist announces the removal of her work from an internet art site after having her art available on it for three years.
Vermont Author Releases New Book Of Poetry & Thoughts - Glory Grain of Courage Vermont author, Mary Ezenwa is pleased to announce the release of new book, Glory Grain of Courage.
By La Frontera publisher
“Broken Promises,” Collection of Great Short Stories from America's Newest Western Writers, Now Available
Poetry, literature and music to inspire, entertain and engage.
By Poets Wear Prada
Award-winning poet Michael T. Young will be reading from his new book, "The Beautiful Moment of Being Lost," in NYC at Parkside Lounge (7/13) and the Cornelia Street Café (7/28), and in Jersey City, NJ at WORD (7/15).
By Placing Literature
The collection, curated by the Mark Twain House and Museum, allows readers to explore the places in Mark Twain’s writings on a map
By R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations
If you’re looking for something fun to read, check out “Crazy Robert’s Poems and Potential Song Lyrics.” The poems are interesting and entertaining and a lot of the poems would also be great for song lyrics for hip-hop, rap and country songs.
By Blue Root Press
Elizabeth Day’s Debut Inspirational Novel Garners Critical Acclaim
By Bathory Gate Press
The literary vampire of the eighteenth and nineteenth century, many stories republished for the first time, appears on bookshelves soon.
By Anterior Books
MYSTIC WATERS is published in print and as an e-book on sale June 19th. A book launch party will be held on June 21st in New London, Connecticut. In MYSTIC WATERS, Cynthia A.
Book #1 on the Young Adult Time Travel Mystery series CUL8R [See you later] is now free on line.
By Loconeal Select
Sartaya, a historical fantasy novel about Earth's early people by Ohio author, Donald F. McGee.
Audience members get to answer the question after viewing the upcoming May 13, 2014 NYC, 7PM staged reading of The Bottom a/k/a Easy Money. The play with 2 titles and 2 copyrights has been compared to Tennessee Williams, A Streetcar Named Desire.
By Bridget O'Brien PR and Events
Author of Breading Up: A Journey to You, Rolanda Footman had a smashing red carpet event in Philadelphia on April 5.
By Author Sarah M. Cradit
AUTHOR SARAH M. CRADIT ANNOUNCES NEXT HOUSE OF CRIMSON & CLOVER NOVEL IN EXCITING SUMMER RELEASE "Dive into the secret, ancient, powerful world of two New Orleans families, the Deschanels and the Sullivans..." Sarah M.
By Dunphy PR
Two books on the life of Brian Ború have been selected to feature as part of a newly announced initiative commemorating next week's 1000th anniversary of the death of the last High King of Ireland.
By Richer Resources Publications
For the second year in a row, poet Eric Forsbergh has won the prestigious Edgar Allen Poe Memorial Prize, sponsored by the Poetry Society of Virginia. “I'm surprised and delighted and kind of humbled all at the same time,” said Forsbergh.
By Studio Farrows
After a difficult winter for the Somerset Levels, Studio Farrows launches as a breath of fresh air in Aller, Langport.
By Stolen Virtue Press
Local writer and disability activist Michael Scott Monje, Jr. has announced a funding campaign for Imaginary Friends, a web serial that is to be distributed freely as it is written this summer.
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