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Geller Shares Story of Holiday Cheer and Cultural Respect in New Book Hershel the Jewish Reindeer


Designed for the young readers, this book tells Geller's personal story with a witty, magical twist. DUXBURY, Mass., - As a Jewish man who married into Christian family Dr. Jeff Geller celebrates both Chanukah and Christmas with his family. However, as a doctor, some of those Christmases are spent at work. Hershel the Jewish Reindeer is based on Geller's personal story of sacrificing a night off from work so that others may celebrate their holiday traditions. "As a doctor, I often worked Christmas so that my Christian colleagues could spe... Read More »



The firm TWM AGENCY INK and TSUNAMI WORLDWIDE MEDIA pours some new gravy on the holiday with the announcement that the firm has signed Kirk Honeycutt , Brian Karem, and D.C. Rush Childrens Books - Don Rush. TWM AGENCY INK and TSUNAMI WORLDWIDE MEDIA is pleased to announce new clients to the firm whom are experts in their area. " The past few years have been a range of building out the literary division which is a compliment to the firms solid years in television, film and sponsorship" states Melissa K. McComas TWM AGENCY INK and TSUNAMI W... Read More »

CreateSpace announces a new book for small and midsize companies CEOs


"The Making of a CEO; Helping You Deal With The Issues Of Running Your Company" by Oswald R. Viva. Kirkus calls it a jolt of reality. A management consultant offers a coaching session for small-business owners. Business startups continue to proliferate, but the failure rate for new ventures is high. Unfortunately, unskilled business owners could be the fundamental reason for the lack of sustainable success. This handy primer by Viva (The Entrepreneurial Game, 2014, etc.) is a jolt of reality that should help such owners better understand ... Read More »

Photographer Kathy Gamble Walkley to Exhibit New Water-Themed Images November 12th at Guy Lyman Fine Art


Opening and party scheduled to unveil artist's recent work, entitled "Water Dance." Guy Lyman Fine Art today announced that the latest work of New Orleans photographer Kathy Gamble Walkley will be unveiled at an opening on Saturday November 12, 2016, from 6 - 9 p.m. The gallery is located at 3645 Magazine Street in New Orleans. The series of semi-abstract images, entitled "Water Dance," center around colors and objects reflected on the surface of water, and were shot primarily on the Tchefuncte River and other local bodies of water follow... Read More »

Green Ivy Publishing is thrilled to announce an insightful new publication for the recovering community, Things My Sponsor Said, by Buzz H.


No one knows the challenges and rewards of a 12-step recovery program better than those intimately involved in the struggle. Things My Sponsor Said is an insightful look at recovery and illustrates first hand the connection between two men as one help the other meet the challenges of a life of sobriety. Green Ivy Publishing - Chicago, IL - Green Ivy Publishing is pleased to announce the release of Things My Sponsor Said, a compilation of vignettes from the relationship of Buzz H. and his sponsor, Marvin R., as they share the experiences, str... Read More »

Tragic Loss Inspires a Transformational, Intentional Journey to Greater Fulfillment in New Novel The Refuge


The compelling story by Heidi Martin thrills the heart, engages the spirit and helps to unravel the timeless mysteries of life. Marshfield, Mass. In an era when readers everywhere are struggling to find answers to life's most vexing questions, Heidi Martin leads readers on a page-turning quest for deeper truth and meaning. In her new novel, The Refuge, the characters grapple with career success, personal tragedy, unfulfilled ambition, a broken home, alcoholism and the life-altering beauty and ancient mystical power of spiritual self-discover... Read More »

2016 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Dwight Icenhower Receives $20,000 in Prize Money and the Honor of Being Named the Ultimate Elvis


The Public can see Icenhower Perform at upcoming Elvis Festivals around the country. Memphis, Tenn. - The competition was fierce and the costumes were elaborate when Elvis Tribute Artists battled it out to see who was best in the world. In the end, Dwight Icenhower was crowned the 2016 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist. After years of hard work and dedication, Icenhower's passion for both Elvis and performing delights and entertains audiences. "It's quite an honor," Icenhower said of winning the Ultimate Elvis competition. "I've been trying t... Read More »

Experience British political history with Google Arts and Culture


Walk through historic rooms and hallways and get up-close looks at more than 50 photographs and works of art. Take a peek into the cabinet room, where the Prime Minister has held weekly cabinet meetings since 1735, or look around Margaret Thatcher’s office. Stroll down the grand main staircase, stopping to study the carefully ordered portraits of the house’s previous residents. Once you’re ready for some fresh air, you can wander through the gardens, where Winston Churchill liked to nap. There are also two brand new online exhibits. The fi... Read More »

The art of collaboration: from Sheets to the streets


In partnership with Refinery29, a lifestyle digital media company, we linked up with renowned illustrators Marina Esmeraldo in Barcelona, and Mallory Heyer in NYC. We gave them a simple creative assignment—to “break the grid”—which literally can mean pushing the “grid” of Google Sheets to its limits, but also taps into the idea of supporting and celebrating women globally who break free of confined roles and ways of thinking, which is core to Refinery29's mission. Marina and Mallory connected a handful of times on Google Hangouts to plan and... Read More »

Writer E.A. Channon Will Appear at WizardWorld Philadelphia Comic Con & Gaming for Book Signing


Author E.A. Channon will be attending WizardWorld Philadelphia Comic Con and Gaming from June 2 through June 5, 2016 to greet fans, sign books and discuss the newest addition to the series, scheduled for release in the fall of 2016. The Flesh of the Blood series has gained great popularity, with elves, magicians and dwarves engaging in battles between good and evil in every book. The Scottish bagpiper-turned-author will be attending WizardWorld Philadelphia Comic Con and Gaming from June 2 through June 5, 2016 to greet fans, sign books and d... Read More »

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