Oregon and Southwest Washington fans of the two Africa Trek books can now watch the 12-part Africa Trek miniseries on Oregon Public Broadcasting on Wednesdays at 6 PM.
“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.
Shannon Stephaniuk lives in Toronto and runs a PR agency that specializes in advertising and creativity. This holiday season she turned off her phone and email and stopped thinking about advertising. So, what did Shannon do instead? Sat on a beach and read a book about advertising. Read her weblog on The Happy Soul Industry at glossyinc.com.
Happy holiday gifts for Rick and Alice Garlock included learning that their book Spirit Unbroken:The Two Sides of Love has received an Honorable Mention in the 2008 DIY Book Festival in the Biography/ Autobiography category.
Our hometown Portland is notorious for one weather phenomenon: rain, and lots of it. Portlanders know two seasons: wet and less wet. So when white flakes of frozen rain (AKA snow) fall here, we get excited. It must really be winter if ice and snow cover the roads, right? That’s a completely new season for us!
Glenn A. Terris of Scappoose, Oregon, took 40 years to write Genesis: Revisited. Published in November, the buzz about this science fiction novel cropped up almost instantaneously.
‘Tis the season for extra food, extra fun, and extra book sales (at least we hope so!). Hectic holiday schedules make it easy to forget another important holiday theme: extra GIVING. Inkwater authors Rick and Alice Garlock are spreading cheer this holiday season by donating copies of their book, Spirit Unbroken to US Troops.
Inkwater Press is excited to be publishing Stephanie Snowe’s debut work, tentatively titled It’s Not You, It’s Your Mom: The Romantic Misadventures of a Southern Belle. Ms. Snowe describes the book as “a humorous look at the world of internet dating and all the perils and pitfalls that come along with looking for love after Prince Charming turns out to be a frog.” Here’s a seasonal sneak preview of It’s Not You, It’s Your Mom:The Romantic Misadventures of a Southern Belle , just in time for Thanksgiving. The following excerpt appears just after the sudden departure of Ms. Snowe’s husband.
Martha M. Martin’s debut YA novel, The Haunting of Annie MacKay, earned a top review at FlamingNet.com, a website featuring book reviews by kids and teens.
Alex Poussin, Africa Trek coauthor and filmmaker, went on the road with a four-city book tour November 5 – 14, generating excitement from the media and his fans and readers every step of the way. As a result, sales are soaring for Africa Trek I and II.