Sandra Beckwith's website, BuildBookBuzz.com, recently received global recognition. Feedspot ranked it number 7 among thousands of book marketing blogs while Booksie named it a "Top 100 Writing Site." It has been named a top website for authors and writers three other times in the past, as well. Associated website
Harvey Rachlin's fourteenth book, written with his brother Steven M. Rachlin, M.D., was published on February 4th by Amsterdam Publishers. Entitled Color War: Dinshah P. Ghadiali's Battle With the Medical Establishment over his Revolutionary Light-Healing Science, it tells the story of a Parsee Indian who in 1920 introduced to the world a new healing science that he spent decades meticulously researching. It was based on color therapy, and hundreds of medical doctors, surgeons, dentists and other health professionals subsequently used it in their practices with astonishingly successful results—often on patients that conventional medicine could not help. Associated website
Patricia Kutza's The Don't Get Me Started! Toolkit Workbook (co-authored with Connie Payne) is now part of the class curriculum in several public and private K-12 schools in Northern California's Contra Costa County. Associated website
Edith Lynn Hornik-Beer is one of the 10 journalists who was recognized by the Matt Kramer 2017 Award for Excellence in Journalism for her articles Therapy: Forget The Couch Think Horses published in September, 2017 in https://www.prforpeople.com and for her article, Life After NASA, published in The Greenbelt magazine in May, 2016 Associated website
Pat Ryan’s book, “Marilyn & the New York Itch,” has won second place in the 2017 Del Sol Press Prize for First Novel. This is the first work of fiction for the former New York Times editor and feature writer, who has two story collections in the works: stories inspired by Manhattan’s literary ghosts, and by life in a New England mill town in the 1940s-1960s.
See Pat's Times topics page here: https://www.nytimes.com/by/pat-ryan
Written in response to a Marist poll that found that "be a better person" was the most popular New Year's resolution in 2017, Kate Hanley's "How to Be a Better Person" helps you be the change you wish to see in a way that is doable, trackable, and lovable. (Adams Media, December 2017) Associated website