Fairbanks, AK, August 20, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Press Release for the New Book Champion... by Miles Cobbett ISBN 0741444186 by AlaskaMiles
The Book Champion...by Miles Cobbett, ISBN 0741444186, was published by Infinity Publishing in January 2008. The book has quickly developed a fan base of loyal readers in the town where it was written: Fairbanks, Alaska... And now it's available to readers World-Wide.
The central character, Roman Lefthanded Losinski a big happy-go-lucky, hardworking -Pipeline building- Alaskan Laborer, journeys South from Alaska and the Pacific Northwest in search something... He quickly begins to find what he is looking for -and in the process he captures the Imagination, Minds and Hearts of just about every reader willing to pick up the little book and give it a try. In-fact the the author, Miles Cobbett even offers a "Reader Guarantee" right on the cover of the book that promises to do just that: If the book doesn't Grab you by the throat & make you want to read more after reading the first few pages slowly carefully, and preferably out-loud, then pitch it.
The book is published with an age rating right on the front cover: Ages Ten & up to --> Ph.D. level readers.
Originally designed by the Author, a former Teacher and Reading Specialist to "Hook kid's on Reading," the book seems to have an added bonus, it is attracting loyal followers of all ages.
Single Women -Men, Moms, Dads and even Grandparents are saying how much they love the fun easy reading book.
One reader, an Assistant Manager of an Office Max Retail Outlet said he read his copy three times and his girlfriend has read it twice. When asked How come? He replied, "It's just a really good book! I get something more out of it every time I read it."
"It's a Page-Turner, I just couldn't put it down," said another young Twenty-Something reader. Some even younger Kids that are still in school, like it because it is thin and yet they still get credit for reading a whole book. But don't be fooled, there are twelve Powerful and Exciting chapters packed between the Blue Gold and White covers of the book, And Teachers love the fact that it has a higher word count than Leo Tolstoy's book about Ivan Ilyich, and just a few less than Ernest Hemingway's book The Old Man and the Sea. There is even a simple book report form that kids find fun to use on the last page of the book.
Pick up a copy at a bookstore or library near you today and give it a try.
Contact: Miles Cobbett
PO box 73255 Fairbanks, Alaska 99707