Hawthorne, NJ, March 07, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- ASD Publishing will take part in the 4th Annual Rainbow Book Fair in New York City on Saturday, March 24, 2012. An independent book publisher based in New Jersey that specializing in thought-provoking literary fiction, memoir, self help and personal growth non-fiction, ASD champions the spirit of independence through diversity of genres including the GLBT experience. The Rainbow Book Fair will bring together over 100 exhibitors, authors, publishers and 1500 eager readers and fans of all ages and genders celebrating the GLBT community through the written word.
"ASD was formed in spring of 2011 to be a new voice for diverse authors from all walks of life," says president Greg Goldston. "While not uniquely a gay publishing house, we are proud to have the works of some of our authors represented at the book fair in New York."
Therapist Pamela Milam is an ASD author and columnist who writes on relationships with a published article "Ten Rules for Successful Coping During the Divorce Process" available on Amazon. Her book "Premarital Counseling for Gays & Lesbians" is a counseling guidebook that highlights the importance of asking questions, exploring viewpoints, and discovering a few surprises about your future spouse. It covers common issues faced by all couples as well as some issues which are unique to gay and lesbian couples. The book will launch on March 15 and will be available at the book fair.
Author Gregory G. Allen will be at the fair signing copies and reading from his novel "Well With My Soul." The book covers fifteen years in the lives of two brothers; one straight and one gay as they tackle the question "can one pray away the gay?" Published in October of 2011, the book is a finalist in the literary fiction category of the USA Best Book Awards, been short-listed for the Indie Lit Awards and nominated for a Lambda Literary award for debut novel.
ASD will also have other titles available at the fair to represent the diversity of their authors and speak to the well-rounded readers that will be attending the book fair. One of those; Travis Laurence Naught's "The Virgin Journals" is a newly published book of poetry that chronicles the hopes, desires, and frustrations of a 28 year old quadriplegic who views celibate life from his wheelchair.
The 4th Annual New York Rainbow Book Fair will be held at New York’s LGBT Center, 208 West 13th Street (between 7th and 8th Avenues), NewYork, NY, from 11:00AM-5:30PM. For more information on this free event, visit www.rainbowbookfair.org and for information on ASD Publishing, visit www.asdpublishing.com.