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By Peak City Publishing
The long-awaited Second Annual Peak City Book Festival returns to the Halle Cultural Arts Center, in historic downtown Apex on Saturday, November 8th from 11am-5pm. This year's festival promises to be bigger and better than ever!

By Peak City Publishing
Harry James Krebs, retired Engineering Physicist turned novelist brought home the gold in the Readers' Favorite International Book Award contest for his second novel, Vengeance is Mine - A Benjamin Tucker Mystery (Peak City Publishing, 2014).

By Peak City Publishing
The Wheelbarrow Puppy Club is a new children's book about Varly, a street dog in Beijing, China, whose life was forever changed by an American teacher, Christina Valenti.

By Peak City Pulblishing
As news of the arrival of several dogs from Sochi, Russia is warming the hearts of Americans and increasing awareness of the plight of stray animals on the streets, Christina Valenti, new children’s book author of “The Wheelbarrow Puppy Club" (Peak...

By Peak City Publishing
Being the new kid in class is often a harrowing experience for children of military families. Not only do they have to cope with frequent moves and making new friends, but they also experience being the targets of bullies.

By Peak City Publishing
Brian Barnette, author of Stone Upon Stone, In the End it's a Love Story (Peak City Publishing, 2011) produced and released the soundtrack for a documentary on blind music prodigy, Michael Macias.

By Peak City Publishing
Don't be fooled! The soft bellies, wet noses and sloppy kisses from our pets are just a front for what really takes place when we're not home.

By Peak City Publishing
The First Annual Peak City Book Festival will take place on November 9th, 2013 from 11am to 5pm at The Halle Cultural Arts Center in Apex, North Carolina.

By Peak City Publishing
Ann Eisenstein is an author, educator and psychologist. A graduate of the FBI Citizen’s Academy, her work with the agency helped bring her first middle grade mystery, Hiding Carly, (Peak City Publishing, 2013) to life.

By Peak City Publishing
A young misfit, his baffling new classmate, and the FBI combine to equal a great story.

By Peak City Publishing
Beloved children’s author, Carol Crane, shares her interpretation of The Brown Mountain Lights phenomenon in a sweet and touching children’s book filled with historically accurate illustrations created by Monica Wyrick, each worthy of framing.

By Shiloh Burnam
When Farts Had Colors, by Atlanta author Mark Lawton Thomas, reached best seller status on Kindle (Amazon) over the weekend. Its popularity rose by the hour based on the number of free downloads, delivered via Amazon.

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By Peak City Publishing
The long-awaited Second Annual Peak City Book Festival returns to the Halle Cultural Arts Center, in historic downtown Apex on Saturday, November 8th from 11am-5pm. This year's festival promises to be bigger and better than ever!

By Peak City Publishing
Harry James Krebs, retired Engineering Physicist turned novelist brought home the gold in the Readers' Favorite International Book Award contest for his second novel, Vengeance is Mine - A Benjamin Tucker Mystery (Peak City Publishing, 2014).

By Peak City Publishing
The Wheelbarrow Puppy Club is a new children's book about Varly, a street dog in Beijing, China, whose life was forever changed by an American teacher, Christina Valenti.

By Peak City Pulblishing
As news of the arrival of several dogs from Sochi, Russia is warming the hearts of Americans and increasing awareness of the plight of stray animals on the streets, Christina Valenti, new children’s book author of “The Wheelbarrow Puppy Club" (Peak...

By Peak City Publishing
Being the new kid in class is often a harrowing experience for children of military families. Not only do they have to cope with frequent moves and making new friends, but they also experience being the targets of bullies.

By Peak City Publishing
Brian Barnette, author of Stone Upon Stone, In the End it's a Love Story (Peak City Publishing, 2011) produced and released the soundtrack for a documentary on blind music prodigy, Michael Macias.

By Peak City Publishing
Don't be fooled! The soft bellies, wet noses and sloppy kisses from our pets are just a front for what really takes place when we're not home.

By Peak City Publishing
The First Annual Peak City Book Festival will take place on November 9th, 2013 from 11am to 5pm at The Halle Cultural Arts Center in Apex, North Carolina.

By Peak City Publishing
The Goodwill Vultures Club - A Day of Heroes (Peak City Publishing, LLC, 2013) is available as a free download from April 24-April 25, 2013. The book features characters with special needs and disabilities and teaches acceptance.

By Peak City Publishing
Hugh Willard is a psychotherapist, author and award winning photographer living and working in Holly Springs, NC.

By Peak City Publishing
Ann Eisenstein is an author, educator and psychologist. A graduate of the FBI Citizen’s Academy, her work with the agency helped bring her first middle grade mystery, Hiding Carly, (Peak City Publishing, 2013) to life.

By Peak City Publishing
On January 1st, 2013, Hiding Carly climbed the charts and became a #1 Best Seller in Amazon’s Children’s Books/Mystery and Espionage category holding its place over the newest Fancy Nancy book and the Theodore Boone series by John Grisham.

By Peak City Publishing
A young misfit, his baffling new classmate, and the FBI combine to equal a great story.

By Peak City Publishing
Beloved children’s author, Carol Crane, shares her interpretation of The Brown Mountain Lights phenomenon in a sweet and touching children’s book filled with historically accurate illustrations created by Monica Wyrick, each worthy of framing.

By Shiloh Burnam
When Farts Had Colors, by Atlanta author Mark Lawton Thomas, reached best seller status on Kindle (Amazon) over the weekend. Its popularity rose by the hour based on the number of free downloads, delivered via Amazon.

By Shiloh Burnam
Today, the Kindle version of the book, “Storm Surge, A Jonie Waters Mystery” achieved best seller status in three categories: Women Sleuths, Romantic Suspense and Overall Kindle Books.

By Shiloh Burnam
When Farts Had Colors, by Atlanta author Mark Lawton Thomas, is a new elementary-level chapter book about a topic that helps spread giggles as far-and-wide as it is heard and smelt!

By Shiloh Burnam
If a freak milk accident that sparks life to a half-cow, half-stegosaurus isn’t strange enough, imagine how strange it’s going to get when Trip Stanley’s class drinks the milk! "How to Milk a DinoCow" is written by NC author, Ian Sands.

By Shiloh Burnam
Peak City Publishing, LLC, an Apex, NC company, will be donating 30% of Stone-Upon-Stone book sales at the October 'Drag Bingo' Event to the Alliance of Aids Services – Carolinas.

By Peak City Publishing
Peak City Publishing, LLC announced the release of "When Farts Had Colors" by Atlanta author and teacher, Mark Lawton Thomas. The book is about fourth-grader Lance Chance, who is tormented and bullied by the infamous, Merry Maddox.

By Shiloh Burnam
Storm Surge, A Jonie Waters Mystery, by Tamara Ward, is a fast-paced, light-hearted mystery novel scheduled to be released on April 15th, 2011 at a Book Launch Party hosted by All Booked Up from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM. The party is open to the public.

By Peak City Publishing, LLC
Meet Jonie Waters, single, broke and desperate for work as a journalist. Her first news tip leads her to the scene of a crime involving a childhood friend and right into the spotlight of her estranged step-sister’s judging eyes.

By Shiloh Burnam
Peak City Publishing, LLC is pleased to announce a new fast-paced and light hearted mystery novel written by Tamara Ward, "Storm Surge, A Jonie Waters Mystery".

By Shiloh Burnam
All Booked Up and Peak City Publishing are pleased to co-sponsor a personal story of Emmy Award Winning reporter, Byron Pitts. The event will be hosted by the Halle Cultural Arts Center and The Eva Perry Library.

By Shiloh Burnam
All Booked Up and Peak City Publishing, LLC hosted a short story contest called "The First Line." Participants between 12-20 were encouraged to submit short stories beginning with the first sentence: "It was not supposed to end this way."

By Shiloh Burnam
All Booked Up and Peak City Publishing sponsored the first in a series of Short Story contests called "The First Line." Young adult authors, aged 12-20, submitted manuscripts which began with the first line: "It Was Not Supposed To End This Way."

By Shiloh Burnam
All Booked Up will be hosting a series of fun, diverse and entertaining local authors in the Author Spotlight as part of The Raleigh Cool Kidz Expo which is taking place on Saturday and Sunday, April 17-18 at the Raleigh Convention Center.

By Shiloh Burnam, Peak City Publsihing, LLC
Peak City Publishing, LLC and All Booked Up are co-sponsoring a short story contest which is aimed at encouraging local and aspiring authors to share their talent in creative writing with the rest of the community.



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