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New Releases—The January/February Round-Up

New Releases—The January/February Round-Up

Field Marshal Montgomery’s Professionalism and Its Effects on the Allied Campaigns by Paul S. Teague   British Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery was without a doubt a great hero of WWII. He is often cited as the most professional Allied commander. This book...

An Interview with Katrina Shawver

An Interview with Katrina Shawver

  Katrina Shawver wrote hundreds of newspaper columns over eleven years for The Arizona Republic, holds a B.A. from the University of Arizona in English/Political Science and has excelled at the School of Trial and Error. In addition to a variety of previous careers...

City of Peace

By Henry G. Brinton

“The story of Harley is not just the story of one man, but also a story that many can relate to, one going from frustration and sadness into redemption, forgiveness and reconciliation. A must read.”

—Shahid Rahman, Executive Director, American Muslim Institution.”


American Masterworks of Religious Painting: 1664–1964

By R. Peter Mooz

Writers and historians have overlooked or denied the existence of a religious painting tradition in America . . . until now. American Masterworks of Religious Painting 1664-1964 explores 300 years of American painting and offers new revelations.

Hiya Moriah

by Victoria Nelson

A beautifully illustrated, rhythmic story about a young girl’s life with special needs. Through her brave attitude, and silly humor, Moriah is an inspiration for us all. This is a book that families can enjoy together with a timeless message about love and acceptance, and just saying “hiya” when making a new friend with different abilities.


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Katrina Shawver

Author of Henry: A Polish Swimmer’s True Story of Friendship from Auschwitz to America

Q: How long have you been writing?

A: My accidental writing career began in 1996. I penned a letter to the editor of the Arizona Republic newspaper in Phoenix, Arizona. Based on that letter they asked me to write a regular column in a new community section. I subsequently wrote for them for eleven years. During that time a chance meeting in 2002 changed the direction of my life . . .

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Pocket Guide to Publishing: 100 Things Authors Should Know

“A clever and candid look under the hood of today’s publishing vehicle.” —Shari Stauch, CEO and creator of Where Writers Win “I wish Pocket Guide had been available when I started out.” —Betsy Ashton, author of The Mad Max Mysteries, president of the Virginia Writers Club “A real no nonsense guide for authors that cuts to the chase about publishing.” —William Hazelgrove, bestselling author of The Pitcher and twelve other books Ooh, I need this!