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Atlanta Based Artist Caters Fine Art and Services to Movie Industry

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One local artist making their mark providing artwork for local industry is Corey Barksdale. Albany, GA - Corey Barksdale Work Soon to be Seen in Jamie Foxx's 'Baby Driver'. The movie and TV industry is thriving in the city of Atlanta, brining with it jobs in many fields as construction workers are needed to build sets and set decorators are required once they are built. One local artist making their mark providing artwork for local industry is Corey Barksdale (http://www.coreybarksdale.com). Barksdale, who was raised in Nashville, Tenn... Read More »

New Book Offers Road Map on How to Bridge the Generational Divide at Work

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A newly released book provides the baby boomer and millennial perspective on what working with each other is like and offers tips on how to successfully co-exist. The book is being hailed as a Bible for today's generational workforce. Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC - A changing of the guard is taking place in today's job market. Baby boomers, who were once the dominating group of employees, are now finding themselves working side-by-side with co-workers young enough to be their children. A new book titled, The Baby Boomer/Millennial Divid... Read More »

Perry Ludy Releases Debut Novel, The Third Medallion

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"Ruthless killing. Lies and deception. Manipulation. These are not the intended goals of globalization, but very often the results." −Dr. Tyler West, The Third Medallion. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Senior executive and business book author Perry J. Ludy today released his first novel in the Tyler West series. The Third Medallion pairs prominent executive Tyler West with his wife, Lydia, and their Jack Russell terrier PJ, as they come face to face with rogue government agents and assassins in search of a medallion in their possession. When Tyler ... Read More »

Green Ivy Publishing presents Thirteen Years in a Psychiatric Hospital, the new, eye-opening and revealing book by author Lorraine Limero

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I began working with Juanita, newly diagnosed with Disassociative Identity Disorder. "The destructive alter immediately closed the space between us and grabbed me around the throat. Because of her diminutive size, I don't think I ever felt threatened, but I was nevertheless scared by the appearance of this apparition I didn't go away, I remained steadfast." In her new book, Thirteen Years in a Psychiatric Hospital, author Lorraine Limero allows readers to step through the locked doors of psychiatry and meet the disenfranchised, the depressed... Read More »

In Brayden’s Magical Forest, Author Anita A. Caruso Takes Readers on a Journey Deep into Their Imaginations

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Brayden's Magical Forest, the third book in the series from author Anita A. Caruso, takes Brayden and his friends deep into a wondrous forest filled with spectacular creatures. Cape Cod, Mass. - It's always an adventure for Brayden, a little boy who is transported into wonderful worlds when he puts on his magical green sunglasses. Cape Cod author Anita A. Caruso asks readers to take the journey with him as they see things through his eyes. When Brayden puts on his sunglasses, he is instantly transported to another world. This time, he ven... Read More »

Green Ivy Publishing announces a new book by author John Malek: JOURNEYS: The Reality of Unexpected Adventures and Survival

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I have learned that for every rejection, every failure, and every journey, I was always being redirected to something better. Every journey tells a story and every story has a meaning. Journeys, by John Malek, is a brutally honest, yet inspirational, account of one man's ability to overcome adversity, dysfunction, abuse, and addiction by clinging to the hope that one day his life would be better. From the Author: "At some point in all of our lives, we will be faced with various controversies. They can occur with or without warning, but... Read More »

A Hindu Elf? A Muslim Gnome? Finally, a Holiday Book for Every Religion with Hershel the Jewish Reindeer

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A multicultural holiday tale from Dr. Jeff Geller shows that everyone can work together for a good cause. WESTFORD, Mass. - Reindeer have a very important job: bringing Santa all around the world so he can deliver his toys. Unfortunately, this means that Christian reindeer would not be able to celebrate Christmas with their own families. That is where Hershel fits in. As a Jewish reindeer, he does not mind working on Christmas so his Christian friends can stay home for the day. Joining him are a cornucopia of characters from all different... Read More »

Green Ivy Publishing announces the release of a new book by poet Djanice Lamour entitled A Collection of Poems

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For we are lost in each other's existence, Nothing else matters but what is happening between us And there is nowhere to go but higher and higher still. Illinois Poet Djanice Lamour's new book, A Collection of Poems, touches the hearts of young and old alike. Broken into four sections entitled The Beginning or the End, Diversity, Beyond All the Glory, and Higher, the poems touch on topics that are thought provoking, encouraging and inspirational. Poems, like those in A Collection of Poems, have the ability to touch the reader and illumina... Read More »

Pinched, by Wilson C. Carter III, is a thrilling true story struggle and survival in the violent world of Colombian cocaine smuggling

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"He spoke to Marco with venom coating every syllable 'I am the Patron. I am the boss. My name is Carlos Castano and you belong to me now. Ese aire que estas respirando, ahora es mi aire, the air you breath into your lungs, is now my air.'" Wilson C. Carter III's novel, Pinched, is a gripping thriller that tells the electrifying true story of Marco, a poor adolescent Colombian fisherman whose ambitions and dreams of wealth result in his forced servitude to the A.U.C, a ruthlessly violent para-military organization operating at the height of C... Read More »

Laughing at His Nightmare with Spinal Muscular Atrophy – Shane Burcaw

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Shane Burcaw, the author of Laughing at My Nightmare, comes to Boston to speak on the challenges he faces as a 21-year-old with spinal muscular atrophy on the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities, December 3rd, 2016. Shane will be accompanied by the co-founder of Laughing at My Nightmare, Sarah Yunusov to discuss positivity when faced with adversity. Boston, MA-NH - Shane Burcaw is Laughing At His Nightmare in Boston Shane Burcaw and Sarah Yunusov, the founders of Laughing at My Nightmare, are coming to NTI's, 31 ... Read More »

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