Inkwater Press recently released several non-fiction books on timely topics with universal themes. Read on for some of our Spring reading suggestions.
“Is it such a stretch that an RCMP constable could put aside her life of crime-fighting to delve into the fantasy world of a warrior princess trying to save her people from extinction?”
Saint Patrick’s Day and Inkwater Press book, An Irish Experience, were made for each other!
At Inkwater Press, we just heard the good news that Steffan Postaer’s latest book, The Happy Soul Industry, is a finalist for the da Vinci Eye award for superior cover art.
City of Hamburgers, by Mike Reiss of The Simpsons, fame, was recently named a finalist in the 2008 ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Awards in their Children’s Picture Books category.
Inkwater author Joe Carufe will read from and sign copies of his thriller, Repeat Business, on March 14 between 2 and 4 pm. The book signing will occur at the Naples, Florida Barnes and Noble just off Pine Ridge Road and US 41.
Humor runs rampant in a newly released satire on employee handbooks, Welcome to the Company (or what it’s really like working here).
George Parker publishes AdScam, “a well intentioned rant about the current state of Advertising, with particular emphasis on Big Dumb Agencies (BDA’s).”
A finalist for the 2008 Ken Kesey Award for Fiction at the Oregon Book Awards, Inkwater Press author K.B. Dixon continues to earn high praise for his work. On February 1, the Portland Oregonian reviewed the author’s latest book, Andrew (A to Z).