Monthly Archives: March 2014

Meet Sunbury Press’ Owner Lawrence Knorr! by Tammy Burke

http://glvwgwritersconference.blogspot.com/2014/03/meet-sunbury-press-owner-lawrence-knorr.html How delightful having you back at the “Write Stuff” conference again! And wow! Is it coming up fast. Anything new and exciting you can share regarding you and/or the Sunbury Press?     Lawrence Knorr: Yes!  It is an honor to be asked back. It is hard to believe two years have passed since the […]

Entrepreneurs discover renewable energy source in Horace Taylor’s new novel “The Machine”

CHICAGO — Sunbury Press has released Horace Taylor’s novel “The Machine,” about an African American entrepreneur who teams up to invent a new machine that produces renewable energy. About the Book: The Machine is a chronicle that utilizes the whirling, kinetic setting of neighborhood, mindset, aspirations, and creative possibilities of 1960s Black America. During a turbulent ten […]

“The Sign of the Eagle” is at the head of the legion… Sunbury’s bestellers for February

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — The Sign of the Eagle, Jess Steven Hughes’ Roman historical fiction novel, ranked #1 due to author activities in the Pacific Northwest. Jess has been diligent at making appearances at book stores in his region, preferring the Hastings chain over Barnes and Noble. About The Sign of the Eagle: This breathtaking historical novel of […]

A point of light emerges

by Mike Campbell, author of “Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last” The few Earhart enthusiasts who regularly read my blog (Earhart Truth) are aware that the second of the two major storylines that describe Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last, the near-complete media blackout of the book, has greatly overshadowed its most important aspect – its presentation […]

Caswell County heiress slain by serpent

YANCEYVILLE, N.C. — Miss Cordelia Arrington Pritchard, 82, went home to the Lord on Wednesday. Battling bravely to the very last, she fell prey to renal necrosis that resulted from a venomous bite. In a fluke accident, the departed had been repeatedly bitten by a cottonmouth that had been awakened from his hibernation by unseasonably warm weather- […]