Arresting Literary Thriller Brings the Paranoid, Go-Go Miami of 1984 to Life

RICHMOND, Va. — Haywire Books announces the release of its first title this fall, Jon Sealy’s “The Edge of America” (ISBN: 978-1950182008). Drugs. Money. The CIA. Miami in the 1980s evokes a high-wire world of money, criminals, espionage, and plenty of glitz, all of which come to life in this arresting South Florida noir.

InstantPublisher Releases Tip Sheet on Reasons to Write and Print Your Own Book Now

COLLIERVILLE, Tenn. — InstantPublisher.com announces the release of a tip sheet covering the reasons why you should write and print your own book now. There has never been a better time for self-publishing authors to get their books out in the marketplace.

Aaron Ozee Secures Agreement with Production Studio Filming ‘Regulus’ Movie

CHICAGO, Ill. — Aaron Ozee, the author of bestselling children’s book, “Regulus” (ISBN: 9781387010790), has sold the production rights from his notable creation to a prominent stop-motion animation studio that will adapt “Regulus” into an unorthodox theatrical feature.

Near Death Out of Body Experiences Guides Woman to Become A Doctor and Medium

PHOENIX, Ariz. — In “Med School after Menopause, The Journey of my Soul” (ISBN: 978-0578526300; $14.99 Divine Publishing, Nov. 2019) author Ann Charlotte Valentin shows the reader that it is never too late to transform one’s life path. By sharing stories from her own life, she helps the reader identify how their own perception affects them in different situations.

New Book Showcases the Career of Actress, Pinup and Artist’s Model Eva Lynd: A Lost World of Glamour and Men’s Pulp Adventure

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — The latest installment in the acclaimed Men’s Adventure Library series from editors Robert Deis and Wyatt Doyle, “Eva: Men’s Adventure Supermodel” (ISBN 978-1943444397) has been released. The book chronicles model, pin-up, and actress Eva Lynd’s remarkable career.

Legendary Hollywood Film and TV Composer Artie Kane Wins Reader’s Favorite Award

VENICE, Calif. — “Music to My Years, Life and Love Between the Notes” (ISBN: 978-0983655039) by film and TV composer and conductor Artie Kane won the 2019 Readers’ Favorite Gold Medal in the Non-Fiction and Music/Entertainment category at the annual Reader’s Favorite awards held on November 23, 2019 at the Regency Hotel Miami.

New Press Publishes Picture Book About Boston’s History

WEYMOUTH, Mass. — “It Happened In Boston” (ISBN: 978-1733084703), a new children’s board book introducing the history of Boston to young readers, is also the first in a series by Weymouth-based Great Pond Press, a publisher of books specifically created to interest children in history from a very young age.

Just Like Me: Natalie Gonchar’s Book Improves Diversity in Children’s Media

DALLAS, Texas — It is not a secret that young kids are very impressionable, and what they see on children’s media will most likely make a big impact on how they will see and act out in the world, says author Natalie Gonchar. On October 24, Natalie’s book, “Mr. Gringle’s Magical Wheelchair” (ISBN: 978-1612543154), was released, and it is now on the shelves at Barnes & Noble stores across the U.S.

Aaron Ozee Navigates Bestselling Children’s Book ‘Regulus’ Through Chernobyl

CHICAGO, Ill. — Aaron Ozee, author of notable children’s book, “Regulus” (ISBN: 9781387010790), has partnered with popularized international tourism organization, Young Pioneer Tours, bringing a printed copy of his charming narrative along with them during their expedition into the exclusion zone of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

New Self Help Book Reveals How PI and People Are Related

FORT WORTH, Texas — Inspired by the mathematical standard PI, Gary Neal, Jr., author, “A Healthy Slice of PI: Food for Thought,” is helping people to identify, manage and thrive off real-life situations by providing a unique insight into why people become who they are. He’s also the founder of Pride and Egoos, a clothing and wearable accessories company.