My second book is officially released. Unique Eats and Eateries of Omaha looks at the story behind the restaurant. 91 eateries were included in the book, which was co-authored with my wife, Lisa. I wrote the book, and she markets it and handles social media so she is included in the author line. This is our second book, 100 Things to Do in Omaha Before You Die was released in April 2018. I am currently working on our third book, 100 Things to Do in Nebraska Before You Die, due out in Spring 2020. Associated website
Hilary Davidson's fifth crime novel, ONE SMALL SACRIFICE, will be published by Thomas & Mercer in June. The book just received a starred review from Library Journal, which said, "Fans of Karin Slaughter, Tana French, and Lisa Gardner will devour this new police procedural, which boasts a strong female detective and an intriguing antagonist. Sheryn [Sterling] will draw in readers, and Davidson’s complex storytelling will keep them wanting more." ONE SMALL SACRIFICE has been selected by Amazon for its First Reads program for May. (First Reads allows Amazon Prime members to download an advance copy of a book for free, and non-Prime members to buy a Kindle edition for $1.99 or a hardcover for $9.99.) The book tour for ONE SMALL SACRIFICE includes stops in New York, Denver, Phoenix/Scottsdale/ Houston, St. Louis, and Toronto. Associated website
Robert Bruce Woodcox
Robert has just finished his 43rd book as a ghostwriter entitled: Lessons Learned Raising a Child with Autism and is currently working on a new ghostwriting assignment to write a memoir entitled: Encounter with the Creator. Associated website
Paul R Vachon
My new book, Detroit: An Illustrated Timeline, was released by Reedy Press on May 1, 2019. The book traces Detroit history over the course of three centuries through a series of vignettes, each describing a seminal event from the city's past. Vintage and modern images accompany the text, bringing to life the history of the city of the straits. Associated website
Michael Bobelian's new book, The Battle for the Marble Palace: Abe Fortas, Earl Warren, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon and the Forging of the Modern Supreme Court, will be released on May 29. The book is a narrative account of the politicization of the Court during the 1950s and ’60s and the revolution it sparked in the confirmation process. Built upon years of research and written in a compelling narrative—what the Dean of UC Davis Law School described as “an absolute ‘must read’ for Supreme Court watchers as well as political junkies, history buffs, and mystery book readers”—Battle for the Marble Palace uncovers the true origins of the messy confirmation fights the nation has endured in recent years. Associated website
5G Explained presents introduction to recent advancements and growing trends in mobile telecommunications. The focus of this new book is on the development and employment of 5G mobile networks. 5G Explained offers crucial updates for anyone involved in designing, deploying or working with 5G networks. It should prove a valuable guide for operators, equipment manufacturers and other professionals in mobile equipment engineering and security, network planning and optimization, and mobile application development, or anyone looking to break into these fields. Associated website
David Krueger MD
May 1 release:
YOUR NEW MONEY STORY: The Beliefs, Behaviors, and Brain Science to Rewire for Wealth by David Krueger MD (Rowman & Littlefield, NewYork/London) Associated website
Author of Bumpy Roads
Specialized in Gastrointestinal , pancreatic and Liver disorders
Blogs Gastroenterology Desk clinical activities for medical students and doctors Associated website
After publishing her second-novel-in-verse "Just Give Me The Pills", her first being "Love and F--k Poems" which was also translated to Greek, Koraly Dimitriadis has been awarded a grant from the Cypriot Ministry of Education to attended the ASJA conference in New York and to also tour her poetry around America. After this trip, she will head to Europe after she was awarded a residency at the UNESCO City of Literature in Krakow. There she will continue to work on her debut fiction novel "Divided Island", a love story set in Melbourne and Cyprus.
Melanie Padgett Powers
Melanie Padgett Powers, a freelance writer and editor in the Washington, D.C., area, launched the Deliberate Freelancer podcast in March. The new podcast, available every Thursday morning, is aimed at helping freelancers build a successful freelance business. Powers leans on her own extensive experience and of having built a successful freelance business, MelEdits, over the past five years.
Deliberate Freelancer is for freelancers in all industries and at all levels. The central theme of the podcast is to embrace the mindset that freelancers are not “just” a freelancer, but that they own a freelance business and need to think of and treat their work like a business. Deliberate Freelancer is not about the hustle. It’s not about living in that feast-or-famine cycle. It’s about building a freelance business. Deliberately.
“I never imagined myself as a business owner, but when I went out on my own in 2013, I immediately loved the business side of freelancing,” Powers says. “I have become so passionate about empowering other freelancers and offering advice when I can, and this podcast is the next step.”
Listeners can subscribe to the Deliberate Freelancer podcast for free in their favorite podcast app so they don’t miss an episode or they can listen online at deliberatefreelancer.com. They can provide feedback, ideas for the show or guest suggestions to Powers on Twitter @MelEdits or by email at email@example.com. Associated website
Mary Ann Sternberg
New nonfiction book. River Road Rambler Returns: (LSU Press). - A collection of stories about unique and underappreciated places along Louisiana's historic byway. Joins the previous story collection, River Road Rambler (LSU Press) Associated website
Donna Kaz has a new eBook out -- "PUSH/PUSHBACK 9 Steps to Make a Difference with Activism and Art (because the world's gone bananas)" is an insiders look at what went behind the posters, protests, fax blitzes, speak outs and street theatre actions the Guerrilla Girls used to attack and expose sexism and racism in the theatre world and beyond. It includes a step by step guide to the art of collaboration, how to gather stats, generate ideas, fund projects, ensure response and guarantee momentum. It also sheds light on the use of storytelling to weave together the fabric of a movement designed to effect change.
The book is currently for sale at guerrillagirlsontour.com
The Vaccine Debate (ABC-CLIO, 2019) by medical writer Tish Davidson provides basic non-technical information on how vaccines work with the immune system. It discusses how people form opinions about vaccination and then examines seven vaccine controversies by introducing the history of the controversy and presenting both the anti-vaccination and medical establishment views in an objective way. Associated website
Nancy Christie's upcoming short fiction collection, Peripheral Visions and Other Stories (to be released May 2020 by Unsolicited Press) won second place in the Florida Writers Association 2018 Royal Palm Literary Awards (RPLA) competition. Her non-fiction book, Rut-Busting Book for Writers, was named a Notable 100 Book in the 2018 Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Competition and was also a finalist in the American Book Fest’s 15th Annual Best Book Awards/Business: Writing & Publishing Category. Associated website
David Krueger MD
March 1, 2019 of my book published by Paragon House: Engaging the Ineffable: Toward Mindfulness and Meaning.
Candy B. Harrington recently released her latest national park access guide, Barrier-Free Travel; The Grand Canyon for Wheelers and Slow Walkers. The guidebook includes detailed information about wheelchair-accessible trails, sites, lodging options and attractions in this popular national park. Associated website