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Harris County Public Library (HCPL) has launched a new website for current library users, as well as Harris County residents who might be less familiar with the wide range of materials and services the library offers. The new website was designed and developed to heighten the library’s online presence... - August 24, 2019 - Harris County Public Library
Hamama is the memoir of a spirited girl fighting to find her place in 1930s Yemen. She is a girl in a patriarchal world, a Jew in a Muslim country, and later a religious non-white in the secular, Ashkenazi land of Israel. With her wisdom and determination, Hamama paves her own way from one village to another, finds true love in an unexpected place, and immigrates to the land of Israel, where challenges are not scarce. - July 22, 2019 - Hamama
Children's author says entertained kids don’t mind learning — even in another language. - June 22, 2019 - Premio Publishing & Gozo Books
Kids Need to Read is the honored recipient of a $25,000 grant award from Thunderbirds Charities. The funds will be used to provide books and other reading resources to disadvantaged children via The Page Coach. - June 21, 2019 - Kids Need to Read
News Hub Media, an industry leader in software solutions for design production automation and digital asset management systems, announces that Gannett Co., Inc. is deploying the ARK digital asset management (DAM) as its enterprise DAM solution. “We have chosen to implement ARK from News Hub Media. Its feature set aligns with several of Gannett's Digital Asset Management requirements. Our initial implementation will be used by our designIQ team,” says Rick Baker, VP Revenue Solutions Gannett. - May 10, 2019 - News Hub Media
One Million collector United States coins into circulation starting next week, 4/23 to the end of April. greatamericancoinhunt.com. Ground zero for this drop starts next week in Chicago. youtu.be/SknCS43kLrY. RoundTable trading is the organizer of this national event. - April 22, 2019 - Harlan J. Berk, Ltd.
Richmond's Poe Museum has acquired an original Poe letter - the first Poe letter to enter the collection in the past 14 years and only the second in the past 50. Poe wrote it about a year before his death in a desperate appeal for financial assistance from his foster uncle, Edward Valentine, who had been very close to Poe during the latter’s childhood. The letter will be on display this summer. - April 22, 2019 - Poe Museum
Joseph Riden, Author has released a new book titled, "Sea Goddess." This is his first novel-length book, based on a true story. This book demonstrates the use of atmospheric tension rather than human violence to sustain conflict (and reader interest) in fiction narrative. This story will interest readers seeking exciting, action-filled accounts of an ocean cruising and fishing lifestyle. The book is out in Kindle format now and may be also published in print. - April 18, 2019 - Joseph Riden, Author (sole Prop.)
All around the world, thousands of people of all ages write great stories that are never shared or recognized. Creative and original stories that are relegated to an enclosed notebook or document on the computer that no one, other than the author, will read.
Aiming to change this reality, a Brazilian... - April 12, 2019 - Wise Writer Award
Scenic Route: Discoveries in Texas Film and Video, a new web exhibit from the Texas Archive of the Moving Image, offers a guided tour of highlights from the Texas Film Round-Up in celebration of the pioneering program's tenth anniversary. - February 21, 2019 - Texas Archive of the Moving Image
At the NEOTD - Cleveland Tech Conference on April 11th, 2019, attendees will learn about the current state of trending technologies and what the future holds for them. Attendees will get to participate in interactive panel discussions - plus, see the latest tech products on display and IT services showcased in the exhibitor area. Business and school decision makers will learn how they can integrate these solutions into their organization's tech landscape. - January 02, 2019 - SpaceBound Solutions
While other nonprofit organizations ask for donations of funds on #GivingTuesday, Kids Need to Read enjoys a unique and highly successful partnership with Highlights to raise tens of thousands of magazines for distribution to disadvantaged children through the two agencies’ annual #GivingTuesday campaign. The magazines benefit Kids Need to Read’s literacy programs for children nationwide. - November 26, 2018 - Kids Need to Read
Book Therapy is seeking questions from book lovers and aficionados regarding their book dilemmas. The company's resident book therapist Bijal Shah will address these questions and publish a weekly Q&A blog on the most pressing literary needs starting July 25, 2018. The weekly Q&A service offers personalised suggestions for one reader every week. These can range from a variety of genres (e.g. literary fiction, historical fiction, romance, non-fiction). - July 08, 2018 - Book Therapy
LWS Literary Services announces that "Mind on Fire: A Case of Successful Addiction Recovery," written by Philip Muls, was chosen as a Finalist in the Addiction and Recovery category of the 2018 International Book Awards. Muls’ memoir chronicles his journey from high-functioning alcoholic and corporate executive to recovered addict. Muls wrote his story in order to offer hope, support, and guidance to those struggling with addiction. - June 12, 2018 - LWS Literary Services
From the mid ’80 to 90’s, every major city to the smallest rural community would experience the drug scourge that engulfed this country, Crack Cocaine. Not even the Heroin epidemic of the 70’s would compare to the Crack Era. "The Chronicles of the New Jack Era" is the true story of the “Original” Gerald G. Money, a real life Drug Dealer loosely depicted in the 1991 Hollywood film "New Jack City." Gangster to God, G' Money shares his life and transformation. - June 05, 2018 - GM Entertainment
Kids Need to Read has been the sponsored charity of Phoenix Comic Fest over the past nine years. In that time, the pop culture convention’s support has resulted in over $250,000 raised for the Mesa-based literacy organization’s programs for disadvantaged children. - May 21, 2018 - Kids Need to Read
As you read through this heart-warming and thought-provoking story you will get an understanding of the feeling being born white, adopted and raised by a Negro (term used on the birth record) couple and at age 70 find out you are really white. Having spent seventy years as a Negro, Verda thought, "I have been in Seventy Years of Blackness." - May 08, 2018 - Harrison House Publishing
On February 21, the Paranormal Romance Guild announced the winners of its 2017 Reviewers Choice Awards, selecting the best books reviewed in the year in the categories of Science fiction/Fantasy, Horror, Anthologies, and Mystery.
Once again, Class Act Books author Toni V. Sweeney has garnered an award... - February 24, 2018 - Class Act Books
On February 15, the second part of the epic two-part fantasy series The Arcanian Chronicles by Toni V. Sweeney was released by Class Act Books publishers.
Part 1, The Narrative of Riven the Heretic, concluded in January, 2018 with The Forest Witch, (Book 6). Part 2 again picks up the story 3000 years... - February 24, 2018 - Class Act Books
NEOTD.com is hosting its annual Tech Symposium on April 19th, 2018 (1pm-5pm) at LCCC Campus - Spitzer Center - Elyria, Ohio. This free event for Businesses, Schools, Libraries and Government Agencies will feature presentations from the tech industry's top professionals covering topics like Cyber Security - plus, the latest tech products and services. Attendees will be able to interact with experienced tech industry experts and participate in panel discussions. - January 18, 2018 - SpaceBound Solutions
First, you have to burn a field of weeds, sow some wheat and plant Amish Paste heirloom tomato seeds. Meanwhile, you build the oven . . . then you can make pizza from scratch. - January 17, 2018 - Solmentes Press
In 1982, a fledgling writer named Toni V. Sweeney began work on her first fantasy novel. The next year at a Sci-Fi convention in Kearney, Nebraska, she was advised by well-known science fiction/fantasy author George R.R. Martin to “Keep your steam up.” She went on to finish the novel in what... - December 18, 2017 - Class Act Books
MemoryWeb, a company founded on the concept that back-of-the-photo information should travel with photos wherever they go, enhances and redesigns it's memory stamp feature in response to user feedback. - November 28, 2017 - MemoryWeb
Announcing release of a new book on Halloween, acknowledging release of three previous books over the past year and announcing future plans of the author, Douglas H Youngs and his Regulators team. - November 01, 2017 - Man Cave Creative Arts and Entertainment Group
Attendees and industry experts at the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) annual conference receive exhibiting newcomer MemoryWeb as the answer to unmet archiving and sharing needs. - September 28, 2017 - MemoryWeb
Class Act Books has signed a contract with award-winning romance novelist Linda Nightingale.
A native of South Carolina, Ms Nightingale bred, trained and showed Andalusian horses for thirteen years before turning to writing. She has lived in England and Canada, and now resides in Texas.
An award-winning... - July 11, 2017 - Class Act Books
With the release of last month’s novels, Class Act Books included DRAGON: the Prisoner of Valathia by James Austin McCormick among its offerings.
This novel is the fourth entry in the DRAGON series, a SciFi space opera featuring Silla Low, smuggler, conman, and secret agent.
Sillow is a semi-comic... - July 06, 2017 - Class Act Books
Rick McQuiston is a 49-year-old father of two who loves anything horror-related. By day, he works for a family-owned construction and management company. By night, he churns out horror fiction. In 2015, he submitted a novel to Class Act Books, When Only the Nightmare Remains. It was accepted and, with... - July 01, 2017 - Class Act Books
For the month of June, Class Act Books publishers are releasing entries in two science fiction series, and two standalone novels:
In "Sinbad Sails Again" (Book 8 in The Adventures of Sinbad series), the final entry in the space opera series by Toni V. Sweeney, former smuggler Sinbad sh’en... - June 26, 2017 - Class Act Books
Former recruiter says even colleges fall short. - June 22, 2017 - Premio Publishing & Gozo Books
Red Herring announced its Red Herring Europe award winners at the Top 100 forum, recognizing Disk Archive Corporation Ltd. among Europe's leading private companies and celebrating innovation and new technologies across their respective industries. - May 18, 2017 - Disk Archive Corporation Ltd.
For the month of May, Class Act Books publishers is offering another entry in its most popular Sci-Fi series and a standalone novel by a series author.
Sinbad’s Homecoming is Book 7 in the Adventures of Sinbad series by Toni V. Sweeney. Beginning where the last novel left off, in which the sh’en... - May 17, 2017 - Class Act Books
Class Act Books' April releases include a novel by a debut author and the sixth entry in a current SciFiction series.
This month's new author is Paul McDermott, writing from across the Pond, where his part of the United Kingdom was well immersed in intrigue during World War 2. Paul's novel, "The... - April 20, 2017 - Class Act Books
This month, Class Act Books is releasing another entry in the Space Opera Romance series Adventures of Sinbad by veteran author Toni V. Sweeney and a standalone World War 2 romance by Bob Young.
Sinbad's Pride is Book #4 in the series and is lighter in tone than the preceding novels.
Determined to... - February 17, 2017 - Class Act Books
Serpent Club Press celebrated the ever-enamoring Eda Gasda and her new novel Quarter Century at Brooklyn release party.
“This decade, from twenty to thirty, is for learning to distinguish between dreams and reality,” Gasda muses. In her new novel, she graciously shares the story of a young... - February 16, 2017 - Serpent Club
Junior Library Guild (JLG)—a Media Source Inc. company — sponsors the Sister Sally Daly Memorial grant in partnership with the Catholic Library Association (CLA). - February 08, 2017 - Junior Library Guild
photools.com, creator of popular digital asset management (DAM) software IMatch, releases its newest product IMatch Anywhere™. IMatch Anywhere enables normal users and IT professional to setup a network-based digital asset management system within a few minutes. Users can browse IMatch DAM databases remotely from any device and platform using a web browser. - January 17, 2017 - photools.com
Class Act Books publishers presents another debut author and a second entry in a new science fiction series as their December offerings to the reading public.
The Last Mayor’s Son is a young adult fantasy/adventure from new author Leslie D. Heath.
This first novel concerns the adventures of Aibek,... - December 19, 2016 - Class Act Books
Educators interested in technology products and solutions for the classroom - plus, their schools and libraries in general, are welcome to attend this free, one day event on March 9, 2017 at LCCC in Elyria, Ohio. Attendees will have the opportunity to speak with manufacturers directly, interact with some of the latest technology products used in the classrooms, and have access to: Live Presentations, Interactive Demonstrations, Panel Discussions and much more. Visit: neotd.com to register. - December 07, 2016 - SpaceBound Solutions
This month Class Act Books presents the first entry in a new Science Fiction/Space Opera series and the sixth novel in a continuing series.
"The Story of a Peace-Loving Man" by Toni V. Sweeney, is the first title in the new Adventures of Sinbad series which begins this month.
The initial... - November 17, 2016 - Class Act Books
Serpent Club Theater presents the world premiere of Ardor, the new ensemble drama from wunderkind playwright-director Matthew Gasda.
Ardor is a profound meditation on friendship, love, loss, and the passage of time. A single familiar farmhouse living room is the setting for love triangles, lust, identity... - October 25, 2016 - Serpent Club
Nevada silver rush thriller was 100 years in the making. - October 18, 2016 - Premio Publishing & Gozo Books
Class Act Books is happy to announce the signing of award-winning Linda Nightingale as its latest author and the acquiring of her short story anthology, "Four by Moonlight," as its October release.
Ms Nightingale, a native of South Carolina, has lived in England and Canada, and now resides... - October 17, 2016 - Class Act Books
Astronomy, entomology, awards and wit--with diverse characters. - October 09, 2016 - Premio Publishing & Gozo Books
Although its main emphasis is on standalone novels, Class Act Books features many series among its titles.
Chief among these is the Three Moon series by Icy Snow Blackstone, the publishers' best seller. This science fiction/futuristic series currently consists of three novels: "Three Moon Station,"... - September 26, 2016 - Class Act Books
Kids Need to Read (KNTR) received proceeds totaling $64,000 raised during Phoenix Comicon 2016. This is the seventh year the convention has supported KNTR and its literacy programs for disadvantaged children. - September 03, 2016 - Kids Need to Read
"I want to ensure the story and personalities of the characters who work offshore aren't forgotten and that their memory survives all of us." -Pete Davies, artist and ex North Sea diver. - August 31, 2016 - Pete Davies Art
Ray Reedman has unravelled the meaning behind the last unexplained name of a British bird - the scoter. - August 19, 2016 - Pelagic Publishing
Lyrical Read-Aloud Celebrates a Mother’s Love - August 12, 2016 - Kathleen Pelley
With its July titles, Class Act Books publishing releases entries into two of its series, as well as a debut fantasy novel.
With its July titles, Class Act Books publishing releases entries into two of its series, as well as a debut fantasy novel.
The Lost Sons is the sixth novel in Toni V. Sweeney’s... - July 20, 2016 - Class Act Books