What Could Be Better Than Living In a Fairy Tale World?
“Imagine the sweetest and most delectable fairy tale book illustrated with pages
and pages of magnificent cakes, complete with characters composed and comprised
of delicate details like fairy wings, all manner of flowers, dragons and mermaids and so much more.
Not illustrations of cakes, but pictures of nearly eighty “sugar sculptures,”
as author and illustrator Crystal Walters described her creations. It sounds incredible,
but it’s one of the most unique concepts for a fairy tale book that you will ever encounter.
John Kelly, Detroit Free Press
I Wish I Were a Fairy Tale http://bit.ly/CakeFairyTale
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A Haunting Journey to Destiny- A Fictional Look at the Early Life of King David
One of the most prominent names in the Bible is that of King David, who is a significant spiritual figure in the traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The story of “David and Goliath” has become one of the most recognizable tropes in our culture.
The Leper Messiah, by Robert M. Levinson, takes a dark, often mystical walk through the life of this iconic figure. Levinson’s book explores the forces, both human and magical, that molded a shepherd boy into a king destined to unite the tribes of Israel. This is not a religious book. It’s a work of historical fiction that reimagines the life of King David on multiple levels.
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“It’s the relentless attention to the “small beginnings” that will make all the difference.” Wesley Berry’s fresh flower business started in a small florist shop in Detroit some forty years ago, but he quickly propelled it to a $60 million-dollar international company with 30 franchises in five states and a customer base reaching 130 countries around the world. In his new bestselling book, Big Things Have Small Beginnings, Wes Berry inspires, empowers and equips the reader with the tools that they need to succeed in whatever they aspire, in both business and in life. For anyone planning to start a business, is deeply enmeshed in one, or is just wanting to kick-start their life, this is the guide to get it done. Available at: Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Goodreads or the author’s website: http://www.WesleyBerry.co For a review copy or to interview the author, contact Scott Lorenz of Westwind Book Marketing firstname.lastname@example.org Non-Fiction/Self Help/Business
Anyone who has seen the blockbuster movies The Thomas Crown Affair or Bullitt will want to read The Pursuit of Happiness, a new novel by the same writer, Alan Trustman. The highest paid screenwriter in Hollywood at one time, Trustman now turns his pen to fiction, which reads and moves with the same crime thriller speed as his movies.
From the opening chapter we are rocketed into the world of a Boston bad boy who is recruited to work for the government.
“All of the material in The Pursuit of Happiness is true,” says Trustman. “Not a lot of people know that Boston was the contract killing capitol of the country throughout the 1940s – 1970s. Maybe later. I did a lot of research on the Boston gang wars.”
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The book combines theoretical principles with real-life insight, offering a practical guide of best practices to be a successful construction manager. This book is a complete manual taking you through all phases of a project, from its inception, to design, to completion of construction. It will cover all the challenges you will face as a construction manager, whether you are working as an owner’s representative, for a contractor, for an architect, or for an owner.
This book is written in an easy-to-read, conversational style, and will benefit anyone, from a new construction manager to a seasoned professional.
Find out more at http://www.Construction-Management-Book.com non fiction/self help
Embark on John E. Quinlan’s remarkable journey from the halls of high finance through back roads and mountain passes on his Harley and then on to the rainforest of Papua New Guinea, where he and his wife Fiona, start an organic coffee community venture with over 2,500 tribal farmers.
Fraught with intrigue, danger, humor and the power of love, John Quinlan’s book is both a philosophical look at his inner man, and a page-turning adventure as they are shot at, participate in a tribal ritual to wipe a curse from their village, and fall at the hands of betrayal, sabotage, and even attempted murder.
Find out more at http://www.taubada.com/ Self Help, non fiction
Co-Authors Roger Arsht and Caitlin Hawker team together to tackle the horrors of dog fighting in She Bites, a page-turning noir thriller that keeps readers on the edge of their seats.
She Bites, (ISBN 978-1-48082-221-4, 2015, Archway Publishing, paperback $15.99 and Kindle $3.99, 224 pages, available on Amazon or http://www.shebitesthenovel.com
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Stories of Music by Holly E. Tripp ( https://storiesofmusic.com ) is an award-winning, interactive anthology which brings together over 40 authors and artists from 11 countries who tell their personal stories of how music has affected – and changed – their lives. It’s used to heal emotions, lullaby babies, mourn losses, transform criminals, bond differences, and celebrate culture. Music is the all-powerful, non-excluding force that makes this book difficult to put down, and it is emotionally impactful.
Stories of Music (ISBN-10: 0996932704, ISBN-13: 978-0996932707, 2015, Timbre Press, Interactive paperback $29.00, 176 pages) includes URLs and QR codes throughout to direct readers to a free companion web edition with the audio and video pieces. The book is available on the author’s website: https://storiesofmusic.com on iTunes, and on Amazon and Barnes&Noble.
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After his wife of 54 years died in 2006, Chuck Swartwout decided there had to be more to life than merely the time spent on earth.
This realization motivated him to take a long analytical look at the afterlife, which he believes we will all enter after death. Using his training in the scientific method, Swartwout researched and published You Don’t Die – You Just Change Channels! which he describes as a ‘common sense’ approach to prove the existence of an afterlife.http://www.chuckswartwout.com/ Media Contact: For a review copy of You Don’t Die – You Just Change Channels! or to arrange an interview with Chuck Swartwout, contact Scott Lorenz of Westwind Communications Book Marketing at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 734-667-2090 http://www.book-marketing-expert.com Inspirational
Noted pediatric heart surgeon Dr. Kristine Guleserian has opened up her OR, and her career to author Mark Oristano to create Surgeon’s Story Inside OR 6 With a top Pediatric Heart Surgeon. Dr. Guleserian’s life, training and work are discussed in detail, framed around the incredibly dramatic story of a heart transplant operation for a two-year old girl whose own heart was rapidly dying. Find out more at- http://surgeonsstory.com/ Media Contact: For a review copy of Surgeon’s Story or to schedule an interviewwith Mark Oristano, contact Scott Lorenz of Westwind Communications Book Marketing, 734 667 2090 email@example.com or http://www.book-marketing-expert.com Medical Non-Fiction
From a Broken land is a new fantasy fiction novel that John Kelly of Cincinnati City Beat says is “highly imaginative, intricately told, and epic in its scope and ambition. It’s an edge-of-your seat action adventure story that will have you rooting for good to prevail over evil.”
From a Broken Land is author William R. Herr’s heroic tale as his characters do battle with an enemy that appears only as shadows and mist. In From A Broken Land, Herr created his own universe of Kings and Soldiers holding back the encroaching blight.
Find our more at http://www.WilliamRHerr.com
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As sleaze oozes from the Pentagon,
banished Marine and Naval Academy alum Susanna Marcasi finds a web of
corruption and must take on a man to whom all are beholden, Defense
Secretary Manfred Stahl. Can she bring down the cloistered power
brokers deep within the military’s superstructure and survive? Blood
Stripe: The Susanna Marcasi Chronicles. Find out more at:
http://www.GinaMariaDiNicolo.com or on Amazon at:
http://j.mp/Blood-Stripe Cincinnati City Beat and
Amazon reviewer John Kelly says “Like a literary version of ‘A Few Good
Men (and Women)’ on steroids, Gina Maria DiNicolo rips into your
emotional core like a ‘kill shot’ from page one and never lets up for
322 pages. This book, not for the weak of heart, tells the story of
strength, courage and no mercy in the most elite units of the U.S.
Armed Forces.” Baltimore native Gina Maria DiNicolo graduated
from the U.S. Naval Academy with a degree in history and an attraction
to the unconventional. She accepted a commission in the U.S. Marine
Corps where she worked in aviation, recruiting, history, and public
affairs. As a fulltime author and historian, in addition to her two
books, DiNicolo has written scores of articles for the Military Officer
Magazine and other publications. After publishing Blood Stripe, she
sought to get her historian game on and accepted a one-year, work/study
assignment as a senior editor for the U.S. Army Center of Military
History in Washington, D.C., producing studies on military operations
in Iraq and Afghanistan. She is a dancer specializing in Argentine
Tango. For a review copy of Blood Stripe: The Susanna
Marcasi Chronicles or to arrange an interview with Gina Maria
DiNicolo contact Scott Lorenz of Westwind Communications Book
Marketing http://www.book-marketing-expert.com/ or by phone