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PublishAmerica is proud to present Canada: An Introduction for Americans by John Santosuosso of Lakeland, Florida. America’s largest supplier of imported oil is Canada. Canada is also the only major supplier that is politically stable. Canada is America’s largest trading partner - larger... - April 25, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Food Innovations: An Approach to Eating on a Wheat, Dairy, and Yeast-Free Diet by Sarah Bun of Little Elm, Texas. Being on a diet that involves avoidance and elimination is no fun. But, who says that it has to be this way? Food isn’t only for eating anymore. - April 25, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Evermore by Mary Elizabeth Hankins of Cedar Bluff, Virginia. Evermore is the story of Tomas, who has been banished from his beloved Evermore Village by the Village Watchers. He must conquer the unconquerable mountain to be allowed to return to the village and to his... - April 25, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Rollin’ with the Cav by Luis Pauli of Laguna Hills, California. In Pauli’s nonfiction book, readers will follow the 1st Squadron, 1st United States Cavalry into the heart of Iraq for a scorching 15-month deployment. During the opening stages of Operation... - April 18, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present If Britain Surrenders by Douglas W. MacDougall of Massillon, Ohio. What if the Battle of Britain had never taken place, Winston Churchill had not been in charge during those dark days of 1941, and Charles Lindbergh had been elected instead of FDR? In this fictional... - April 18, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present A View from Iraq by Elmer L. Snow, III of Piegon Forge, Tennessee. A View from Iraq relates the untold stories of several members of the United States Armed Forces and civilian support personnel whose personal acts and bravery were not previously reported. In 2003... - April 18, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present God’s in My Corner: A Portrait of an American Boxer: The Autobiography of “Tiger” Ted Lowry (A Man Who “Owned” a Piece of the “Rock”), an autobiography by “Tiger” Ted Lowry With an Introduction by Sharon Napolitano... - April 14, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Adoption Romanian Style by Janet Winkel of Chandler, Arizona. In August of 1990, while watching 20/20, Winkel learned of the horrible conditions and poor care that Romanian orphans endure. She and her husband felt the Lord wanted them to do something about the situation. - April 04, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Persian Ghost by Warren Gray of Knoxville, Maryland. In Gray’s military fiction, Air Force special operations officer Jack Wolfe must covertly plan and execute the total destruction of Iran’s nuclear facility at Bushehr before the Israelis strike it in... - April 04, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present The Bible and Human Sexuality: What the Old Testament Says About Sexual Relationships and Human Sexuality by John R. Desmaretz of Crown Point, Indiana. John Desmaretz grew up in the seventies. He was raised in a middle-class environment in a middle-class family from... - April 04, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Secret Kitchen: An Argentine Cooking Book by Tammy Creo. The recipes contained in this book include typical home-style dishes, as well as some of the most exquisite recipes found at the finest restaurants in Buenos Aires. While Argentina’s meat dishes are most... - March 31, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Our Hispanic Roots: What History Failed to Tell Us by Carlos B. Vega of North Bergen, New Jersey. The Hispanic contribution to the making of the United States has been blatantly glossed over by most historians for the past three hundred years, despite the gallant... - March 31, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Squelching the Sesesh: Iowa’s Role in the Civil War by Andy Reddick of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. With 80,000 volunteers from a total population of only 600,000, Iowa supplied more men per capita in the Civil War than any other Union state. Iowans fought battles... - March 31, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Orioles Rise from the Ashes: Baltimore's Journey to the Majors by Frank Lynch of Bel Air, Maryland. Frank Lynch saw his first professional baseball game as a seven-year-old in 1946, and what a game it was. The hometown club, the Baltimore Orioles, was hosting the Montreal... - March 30, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present An Object of Great Importance: The Hudson River During the American War for Independence by Christopher W. DiPasquale of Carmel, New York. During the American Revolution the Hudson River was not just a waterway. It was a lifeline, a vital artery on which the cause... - March 30, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Reflections on the Lusitania: Insights into Naval, Diplomatic, and other Aspects of the Disaster by John Protasio of Stow, Ohio. Without question or doubt the most controversial sinking during World War I is that of the Lusitania. Over 1,000 people were lost in... - March 30, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present The Voices of Ecstasy: Drug-Induced Schizophrenia and the Death of a College Student by Minister Wendy Y. Butts of Jonesboro, Georiga. For three days, Gia Arrington lay dead in her dorm room. The official cause of death was listed as “suicide by asphyxia.”... - March 29, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present OHS: The Ohio River Fever: No Cure, Few Answers, and Only Hope: One Man’s Battle with the Incurable Disease by Terrence E. Gaylor of Aurora, North Carolina. OHS, ocular histoplasmosis syndrome, has no cure, very few answers, and only hope. Dubbed the Ohio... - March 29, 2007
Former award-winning columnist and writer Jack Joseph Prather was fretting about America’s gathering storm of problems in the spring of 2006 and searching for the right outlet to express his opinions, views and analyses. During his ritual walk at Carl Sandburg’s beloved estate in Flat Rock... - March 29, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present My Storybook Romance by Tiffany L. Hixon of Ironton, Ohio. Hixon’s masterfully written romance novel is the story of Amy, who was living a blissfully normal life until she met Heath. Stumbling into her world accidentally, he opened her eyes to an entirely new... - March 28, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Son of Liberty: A Patriot’s Odyssey, Volume 1 by Bridgetown, Nova Scotia author Phillip Gardner. This powerful, compelling story, based on historical truth, captures all the raw excitement of a dynamic revolutionary age as an adventurous, ambitious, youthful patriot... - March 28, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Veronika: Escape from Poland by Jerry Hoem of Maple Lake, Minnesota. In January 1945, in the dead of a Polish winter, Malwina Kura and her little girl, Veronika, were forced to escape the Soviet Army’s brutal advance. Their eventual destination was Würzburg,... - March 28, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present I Never Signed Up for This!: An Upfront Guide to Dealing with Cancer at a Young Age by Katie Strumpf of Bethesda, Maryland. Strumpf’s powerful book is a must-read for any child/young adult diagnosed with cancer, a childhood cancer survivor, or the family and friends... - March 27, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Miami Ghosts, Legends, & Mysteries by LaPlace, Louisiana author Kalila K. Smith. Miami Ghosts, Legends, & Mysteries is an eye-opening and haunting examination of the dark mysteries of Miami and its surrounding areas. World-renown paranormal researcher Kalila... - March 27, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Valor Wore a Green Sash by Don Johnson, of Hudson, WI. Amidst a war-torn nation, a city mobilizes for conflict. Henry Drane and Jonas Kauffman, two young doctors, form a friendship from medical school days that binds them together throughout the turbulent period of... - March 27, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Memoirs of an American Sailor: Skivvy Waver by Oswego, New York author Fred Wilber. Young sailor Fred Wilber, from small town Minetto, New York, anesthetized by immaturity and protected by immortality, revisits Navy life from 1944 to 1946. His story is a nostalgic and... - March 24, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present "Getting to Mommy" by Diane Shilling of New York, New York. Getting to Mommy is a reconstructed diary of people, places and events, beginning with a later-in-life marriage and an inability to conceive a child at first. Then, after coming to terms with the... - March 24, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Painted Children by Downers Grove, Illinois author Lydia Anne Klima. Set in Pompeii, Italy in 61 A.D., this historical fiction is the story of Lady Alexandra Marcius, a newly converted Christian, who leaves her hedonistic lifestyle to shelter street children. A woman... - March 24, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present "You Too Can Hold the Baby, Answer the Phone, Sign For a Package, Correct Homework, Make Dinner and Feed the Dog All At the Same Time": A humorous and insightful look into the trials, tribulations, and hidden rewards of being a stay-at-home mom… why... - March 23, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present "Battle Scars Fade: But Never Heal" by Sgt. Jerry R. Gandy, of Laurel, MS. The American public was totally unaware of the real events that took place during the Vietnam War. The media sometimes exaggerated the facts about the battles and missions. Sgt. Gandy... - March 23, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present The Story Behind the Story in Africa: Visiting the Sins of the Fathers upon the Children unto the Second and Third Generations by Gurnee, Illinois author Paul Tapang. Tapang delves into the culture and contemporary lifestyle in Africa in an attempt to explain the apparent... - March 23, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present The North by Martti Nissinen of Kuvansi, Finland. Ice-covered Svalbard became a part of German territory at the beginning of WWII. What the Germans really did there has remained a mystery. In fact, the Allies had tracked the abnormal density of German warships in the... - March 22, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present The Grave and the Figure Eight: A Myth Reborn by Murray, Kentucky’s Kenneth Tucker. Set just after the first world war, Tucker’s masterfully written novel is the story of Terence Garth, who returns from France to his uncle’s Western Kentucky farm wounded... - March 22, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Mrs. Reatha Hassan O.B.E. by Beds, United Kingdom author Jessica Temple. This book is a breath-taking account of trauma caused by conflict in Northern Ireland over the past thirty-five years. Jessica Temple puts it all in verse with a sensitive nature that takes the... - March 22, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Poems, Prayers and Promises of an Appalachian Woman by Inez, Kentucky’s Mary Ellen Goble Preece. Poems, Prayers and Promises of An Appalachian Woman is meant to lift the spirit, and is intended for the whole family. Poems, Prayers and Promises of an Appalachian... - March 21, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present A Zion Chronicle: Legend of the Archangel by I.G. Ramsey Mabry of Orlando, Florida. In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth, and it was good…until the mystery of iniquity was revealed. The archangel Lucifer has envied the power of the Lord from... - March 21, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present The Price of Freedom by Joe Fabel of Elk Grove, California. This book is a collection of original poems written by the author to recognize and honor the men and women who spend the early years of their lives in our armed forces. While there is beauty and meaning in... - March 20, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Train #50: Tsunami Disaster by Los Angeles, California based authors Pradeep Gunawardana and Bhadraji Mahinda Jayatilaka. Train #50 is based on true incidents that happened on the day of the great Tsunami disaster in 2004. The train started from Colombo, the capital... - March 20, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Stop Lusting and Start Living: A Sexual Recovery Plan by Orlando, Florida’s Paul Davis. Serving lust can become a full-time job. Many are they who have been taken over and become slaves to their own lusts. Sexually transmitted diseases, broken hearts and destroyed... - March 20, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present 101 Things To Do With Your Kids: Practical Tips for Raising Small Children by Henry G. Brechter of Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 101 Things To Do With Your Kids is an original and often humorous guide to parenting. It’s a book about real-life experience that’s... - March 20, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present "While the Gods Were Silent: Growing up Under Fascists and Communists" by Anaheim, California author Julius Scherzer. This book is an autobiographical and historical narrative that starts in the 1930s and ends in 1963, the year of the author’s arrival... - March 17, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Harvest of Hate: Stories and Essays “Fuel for the Soul” by Jacksonville, Florida author Roland Bankole Marke. Harvest of Hate is a microcosm of the biting realities of our time: Its daring anecdotes employ a bare- knuckled mindset; depicting the malaise... - March 17, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Playing with Paper Soldiers: The Life of a Wandering Jew, the autobiography of Goteborg, Sweden’s Michael Ben-Menachem. As a small child, Miki loved to play with his cut out paper soldiers. As the toy soldiers march across his living room, Miki has no idea... - March 16, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present The Cultural Devastation of American Women: The Strange and Frightening Decline of the American Female (and her dreadful timing) by Nancy Levant of Iron Mountain, Michigan. The Cultural Devastation of American Women is a factual investigation into the American woman’s... - March 16, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Normandy 1944: A Young Rifleman’s War by Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio’s Dick Stodghill. This is the Battle of Normandy, neither glamorized nor sanitized, as seen from ground level during the bloody summer of 1944—the personal experiences of an 18-year-old... - March 16, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Braving the Fear: The True Story of Rowdy US Marines in the Gulf War by Orient, Ohio author Douglas Foster. Braving the Fear is an insightful look at the real men behind the image of Marines in dress blues with stern looks. During Desert Storm, thousands of miles... - March 15, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Amenhotep, Son of Hapu: A Tale of Egypt by Chicago, Illinois’s Blake A. Willey. One of the most realistic, fictional accounts of ancient Egyptian life ever penned, Scribe’s Ascent is the first novel in the Amenhotep, Son of Hapu: A Tale of Egypt series. - March 15, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Poems of Rapture by Bristol, Virginia’s Bill Smith, a religious expression of poetry dedicated mainly to the topic of the Rapture of the Church. Bill Smith was encouraged to publish his poetry by his pastor and members of his church and has received praise... - March 15, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present Meditations on Masonic Symbolism by Coronado, California’s John R. Heisner. Freemasonry has often been described as a secret society, owing to the fact that it uses certain symbols to instruct upon a deeper knowledge about mankind’s relationship with... - March 14, 2007
PublishAmerica is proud to present 632 Broken Road, the latest release by Mavisdale, Virginia author Lisa A. Street. Street’s dramatic novel is the story of Emily Montgomery whose life had become a mirage of intangible hopes and dreams. Emily’s oldest memory was waking up in a dark room... - March 14, 2007
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