Lawrenceville, NJ, September 27, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Author Stephen R. Champi announced today the release of Molly O’Grady’s Home Run, The N.Y. Bombers lose the World Series to its arch rival, but Molly hits the home run for retirement in sunny Florida, published by Outskirts Press. In this unique baseball story for all ages, Champi sets to wing a delightful flight of the imagination for a future that might have been for women entering the major leagues.
The New York Bombers and the New York stars are pitted tightly against each other in the crucial seventh game of the World Series. Emotions are running high on both sides and the Bombers’ manager, the legendary John O’Grady, has pinned all his hopes on winning this World Series.
His wife Molly, though, has a different idea. If the Bombers lose, sad as that will be for her husband, she’ll be only one step away from her dream of retiring to the warm breezes of Florida and away from the chilly winds of the Northeast.
Unexpectedly, John O’Grady has a vision for an entirely different kind of sports legacy for his future, but how will it affect the outcome of baseball altogether? More importantly to Molly, how will it affect her plans for them to move to Florida?
Molly O’Grady’s Home Run is an amusing and pleasantly ironic flight of fancy about the game of baseball itself and about two very different roles that women play in John O’Grady’s life at the end of this iconic World Series.
Molly O’Grady’s Home Run is available on-line in paperback through Amazon and Barnes and Noble and at www.outskirtspress.com/bookstore for a maximum trade discount in quantities of ten or more.
Format: 6 x 9 paperback cream ISBN: 978-1-4327-2074-4 SRP: $ 8.95
e-Book $ 5.00
Kindle $ 3.99
About the author:
Stephen R. Champi, a native of New Jersey, retired in 2005 from a law career that spanned over five decades. He is a former founder and managing partner of a mid-size law firm, and he also has served as a county prosecutor and judge. He now enjoys reading, writing, limited traveling and expanding his knowledge, understanding and appreciation for a dynamic and changing society in the new global world of the 21st century.
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Stephen R. Champi
49 Woodmont Drive
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
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