A Penny Always Has Two Sides is an Inkwater Press staff favorite, and we’re glad to see that Women’s Memoirs appreciated it as well. Their review highlights the interwoven war and family narrative that sparks this memoir to life.
Have the bug for travel? Enjoy creative or travel writing? Inkwater Press author Dave Fox combines both into one trip with his Globejotter Tours.
Alice and Rick Garlock will appear at the NW Book Festival on August 7th. The festival will be held in Pioneer Courthouse Square. You can learn about the festival here . Spirit Unbroken: The Two …
We have to let Ross Cavin’s review stand for itself:
“If you like drinking milk while reading, only to have it squirt from your nose seconds later, this is a book for you.”
Stephanie Snowe, author of Meeting Mr. Wrong: The Romantic Misadventures of a Southern Belle, will be a presenter at the 2010 South Kentucky Book Fest on April 17, 2010.
Inkwater Press recently released several non-fiction books on timely topics with universal themes. Read on for some of our Spring reading suggestions.
On February 13th, Ripley’s Believe It or Not online comic strip marveled at Alexandre and Sonia Poussins’ three-year, 8,000-mile walk along the length of Africa. This amazing journey inspired their book, Africa Trek.
With a bow to Maurice Sendak, Inkwater Press is celebrating the publication of Stephanie Snowe’s Meeting Mr. Wrong this week. Released for distribution on February 3, the book is making its way into the eager hands of readers nationwide.
“Don’t email me if you want a supermodel. I’m twenty-two, divorced, and I have twins. I’m also overweight, unattractive, and have no education to speak of.”
With this ad, Stephanie Snowe relaunched herself into the world of dating – and then wrote a book about it. Inkwater Press will publish Meeting Mr. Wrong: The Romantic Misadventures of a Southern Belle on February 3.