Monthly Archives: September 2013

T Anderson’s second installment of the Stella Steinar series “Stella Nova” now available

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released T Anderson’s second novel “Stella Nova: A New Star is Born.”  It is the second book in the Stella Steinar series. About the book: Following a risky surgery and months in a coma, Stella has awakened to find that her life now is nothing like it used to be.  She […]

Civil War correspondence discovered in a shoe box in Ohio — includes Andersonville prison letter

CANTON, Ohio — Sunbury Press has released Jim Dohren’s compilation “Letters from a Shoebox: The Civil War Correspondence of John Huffman, David Huffman and William Bowman.” About the book: Author Jim Dohren was the lucky inheritor of a shoebox full of old letters from the Civil War. In Letters from a Shoebox, Jim unveils his findings from […]

Fred Burton’s first novel “The Old Songs” is based in Queens in the 1950s & 1960s

QUEENS, NY – Sunbury Press has released Fred Burton’s first novel “The Old Songs” about life in Queens in the 1950s and 1960s. About the book: “The Old Songs” takes place in Queens, N.Y. during the 1950s and 1960s. The members of the extended family you meet have been shaped by The Depression and World War […]

Introducing Speckled Egg Press!

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has announced a new imprint for their children’s category — Speckled Egg Press. “We want to stir up some more interest in this category, which has been lost among our many books for adults,” said VP of Marketing and Author Relations, Tammi Knorr. Speckled Egg shall include elementary and pre-school age products. […]

Pennsylvania Coal Region subject of new history by John R. Lindermuth

POTTSVILLE, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released John R. Lindermuth’s history “Digging Dusky Diamonds” recounting life in Pennsylvania’s Coal Region. About the book: Based on contemporary newspaper accounts and genealogical records, Digging Dusky Diamonds tells the story of the people who made the anthracite coal mining industry a major economic force in Pennsylvania in the 19th and […]

Memorial Hospital back in the news thanks to Sheri Fink’s new book recalling hurricane Katrina

NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans’ Memorial Hospital is back in the news thanks to Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sheri Fink’s new book Five Days at Memorial recalling the events at the hospital during hurricane Katrina.  Carolyn Perry’s bookFor Better, For Worse also tells the patient’s perspective. About Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital (from In the tradition […]