Monthly Archives: April 2014

JoePa, Smokin’ Joe and Titanic Victims and Survivors some of the highlights of Keystone Tombstones 3

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released the third volume of the Keystone Tombstone series by Joe Farrell and Joe Farley. The book relates interesting tales of famous people interred in Pennsylvania including the search to find their graves, most of which involved detours through local pubs and taverns.The authors will be on hand for…

An Interview with Thriller Writer Keith Rommel on The Cursed Man Movie and Latest Novel in Thanatology Series

Originally posted on Scar Paper Press Book Blog:
Set to be released this fall, The Cursed Man novel is being filmed for the big screen. This thriller features Alister’s relationship with Death and the impending doom that has settled in around him, and is sure to leave you with feelings of discomfort and shock. Whether…

Dysfunctional Kansas family battles it out in April Knight thriller “Nobody Dies in Kansas”

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
LAWRENCE, Kan. — Sunbury Press has released April Knight’s psychological thriller Nobody Dies in Kansas.Excerpt:“Mother,” Linda asked. “Is something bad going to happen?”“Something bad always happens,” she answered without turning around. She wiped the kitchen counter with a dirty dishrag and hung it up to dry.“I mean, is something bad going to…

High school senior discovers his mystical powers in Robin Donaruma novel

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Robin Donaruma’s visionary fiction novel The Undecided.Excerpt:“There was a lot that I still wasn’t sure of, but there were three things that I would bet my life on. One, the darkness had finally found me. Two, the war between the dark and the light had…

Masonic contributions at Gettysburg recounted by Sheldon Munn

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Sheldon Munn’s history Freemasons at Gettysburg“About the Book:Although it has been traced to the 10th Century, BC, history indicates that the fraternity of Freemasons was introduced into England in 926 AD. As an association that continues to thrive today, the brotherhood was confronted with a difficult conflict when the Civil War […]