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University of Virginia Press celebrating half a century of printed and
UVa Press puts out between 55 and 60 books a year, all of which are nonfiction. … "I think you'll find in this building that most people were attracted to book publishing partly because of the book as a physical object, and partly as the makers of …
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The Globe's Mickleburgh wins BC book prize
… Book Prizes were awarded Saturday night at a gala in Victoria. Veteran Globe and Mail journalist Rod Mickleburgh and Vancouver city councillor Geoff Meggs took home the Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize for best original non-fiction literary work for …
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Decent Hill Author Michael Kannengieser to Sign Copies of His New Book The Daddy Rock at Upcoming Visit to the Smithtown-Nesconset Library in Nesconset, New York


New York, NY (PRWEB) March 29, 2013

Michael J. Kannengieser, retired NYPD police officer, New York native and author of the new police thriller The Daddy Rock ($ 19.95 Paperback 978-1-936085-63-7; $ 9.95 eBook 978-1-936085-64-4) is scheduled to visit the Smithtown-Nesconset library in Nesconset, New York from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm ET on Thursday, April 11, 2013. Author Kannengieser is a native of Nesconset, and this library visit marks a homecoming of sorts for this promising and gifted author and storyteller. The Smithtown-Nesconset library is located at 127 Smithtown Blvd, Suite 5, Nesconset, New York 11767-1736.

The Daddy Rock is a tale of adventure, crime, rage, family drama, and the human capacity to cope and forgive. Told in a vivid, descriptive, and readable style, Michael takes the reader on an exhilarating ride in this human police drama with sympathetic, well-developed characters that will keep the reader turning the pages well into the night.

What excites me the most about The Daddy Rock is the idea of confronting enormous challenges and conquering them, states the author in a recent interview with Decent Hill. What each character must do is take action in the face of danger, sacrifice for others, and make choices for a better life for themselves, their friends, and their families.

Michael J. Kannengieser lives on Long Island with his wife and two children. He is a contributor to Criminal Justice News and can be heard on American Heroes Radio. He worked as the Managing Editor for Fiction at The View from Here magazine, a U.K. based literary publication. Currently, Michael is employed at a performing arts college as an Instructional Technology Administrator. He has been published at The View from Here, and in Newsday, a Long Island newspaper. He speaks as a guest lecturer on campus.

Decent Hill is a leading publisher of critically acclaimed fiction and non-fiction titles. Retailers can order copies of The Daddy Rock through Ingram and other book distributors. This title is also available on reputable retailer websites like Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Diesel eBooks, and at the publishers website.

Book reviewers, TV and radio show hosts, reporters, and bloggers can instantly download a review copy of this title here. Please send notices of posted reviews or interview requests to the email link listed on this release or by calling (866) 688-5325.







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Triple Tale of Love, Death and Destiny Grips Fiction Fans in New Book


ENGLEWOOD, N.J. (PRWEB) February 20, 2013

From the award-winning playwright Mary Casella, It Happened in the Pine Barrens is a compelling saga of love, death and destiny set in the heavily forested area of coastal plain stretching across southern New Jersey. Casellas newly published book transforms this Pinelands into a center of thrilling events that arouse the curiosity and excitement of fiction fans through three riveting stories: Snakes with Ruby Eyes, Love and Death in the Pines and Closure in the Pines.

Snakes with Ruby Eyes follows the mysterious turn of events in the life of Elizabeth Little. After the death of Catherine, her artist mother and owner of The Little Antic Shop, Beth strangely inherits a huge amount of cash and a long list of questions about her parents life. Stan Turner, who perseveringly pines for her love and affection, witnesses and supports Beth throughout her journey towards self-rediscovery.

Love and Death in the Pines picks up the story from where the first tale left off. It revolves around the entwined destinies of Dr. James Bradley, physician, and Dr. Meghan Malloy, an assistant art history professor. They met at the opening of The Pines Antique Shop (formally The Little Antic Shop). James was a friend of Meghan’s aunt. Meghan had created an art gallery in the shop to display the art work of Catherine Little. Both never knew that a chance encounter would lead them to love.

Closure in the Pines completes the trilogy in stunning fashion. James, who was secretly an FBI /Interpol agent, wants to resign from the department. His resignation is denied. While finalizing some cases, Meghan suddenly disappears. A manhunt ensues. Drug trafficking and gunfight also makes this final story a perfect closing salvo. However, as one of the characters aptly put it, There is no closure in the crime business.

Creatively blending fast-paced drama, mystery and romance with the slow-paced life in Pine Barrens, Casella has successfully put the place on the map for another remarkable reason. It Happened in the Pine Barrens is a book that leaves readers deeply satisfied yet eagerly longing for answers to more questions inherent in the saga.

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About the Author

Mary Casella is an educator and an award-winning playwright (New Jersey State Council on the Arts). Mary Casellas latest endeavor is to translate some of her plays to novels. Written in the Sand is a novella that had its original life as her play, A Is For Andy. This play had a staged reading at the Urban Arts Theater in New York City, sponsored by the now defunct Forum of Italian American Playwrights (Past-President, Mario Fratti). Her personal claim to fame was she was chosen for a brief stay to be a visiting playwright at New York Citys acclaimed Actors Studio. Here a scene from Scampolo (her translation from the Italian) had a workshop presentation. Mary Casella is presently transcribing her play, Between First and Third. It had a full workshop production at The Players Guild of Leonia, the oldest continuous Community Theater in New Jersey.

It Happened in the Pine Barrens * by Mary Casella

Publication Date: November 19, 2012

Trade Paperback; $ 19.99; 133 pages; 978-1-4797-3763-5

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New Book of Southern Tales Has Ornery Wisdom from Author & Canine Friend


CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (PRWEB) February 25, 2013

There are certain truths that are universal, and then there are regional truths of great validity. Deep Fried Southern Tales are among those with impeccable veracity and are so compelling one can even share them with their best canine friend. In this instance it is shared to a large Labrador retriever whose moniker is Mr. Grady (a.k.a. Mr. Gravy), author A. Everette James, Jr.s confessor, confidant, even spiritual taste-tester and wise sage. James (and Mr. Grady) sizzle with homespun wisdom, with the phonetic, spiritual complexity of southern humor as it is commonly heard in favorite watering holes.

These tales are largely related in the Southern vernacular, a universally known regional form of communication that is understood and appreciated by most of the realm. The subjects and stories are neither profound nor profanejust interesting flashes of everyday life in a rural construct. Sometimes the protagonist talks directly to Mr. Gravy while others he speaks to hear the sound of his own voice. Often, the narrative has a sly, dry, sidesplitting sense of humor. These tales are a dose of ever-lovin sunshine on a morning when one is overcome from an assured pair of hands adept at spritzing the human spirit awake with cold water.

Each tale stands on its own. Thus the reader has a broad-spectrum selection opportunity to choose any sequence they wish. They all have Mr. Gradys imprimatur. Among many qualifications, he has been to obedience school. James trusts his friends nose with his life, as long as it is not sniffing a juicy bone. Down home, deep fried, southern as mint julep, the tales resonate with a compassion that takes the voice of the critical reformer with the ornery wisdom of someone who has seen many things and lived to tell the tale.

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About the Author

Everette James grew up in rural Eastern North Carolina. His family made a living as tobacco farmers, warehousemen, and even owned a small tobacco redrying plant. Dr. James graduated with honors at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke Medical School. He did his residency at Harvard, attended Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and taught in medical schools for thirty years. Moving back to rural North Carolina he changed from writing medical texts to nonmedical fiction and nonfiction. Dr. James has produced three novels, two texts of nonfiction and a book of short stories. This short story compilation is a result of observation and experiencing the culture of the rural South.

Deep Fried Southern Tales * by A. Everette James Jr.

Publication Date: February 7, 2013

Trade Paperback; $ 19.99; 203 pages; 978-1-4797-7548-4

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