Monthly Archives: September 2014

A review of the Sharon Marchisello’s novel Going Home

Originally posted on Ernest & Edgar Literary Blog:
by Barbara Matthews The doorbell rang…” and in through that doorway Sharon Marchisello issues forth one bombshell after another in her contemporary murder mystery, Going Home. Michelle DePalma arrives at her mother’s home to find that the door is uncharacteristically wide open. Upon entering, she finds a…

Essential guide to caregiving

Originally posted on Helpful Books Blog:
by S. H. Marchisello I wish a book like What to Do about Mama? had been available in 2000 when my mother was suffering from Alzheimer’s, or even a decade later, when we faced the same issues with my mother-in-law. Because America’s population is aging and more and more…

Emmy Award winning editor, Neil Mandelberg signs on to cut THE CURSED MAN movie

Originally posted on Scar Paper Press Book Blog:
September 25, 2014 – Hollywood, California As an Emmy winning film editor, Neil Mandelberg has been a respected member of the entertainment industry for over 20 years. He has been involved in many landmark industry series and movies such as Medium, Equal Justice, The Temptations mini-series, for…

Mexico is a ticking bomb on the underbelly of the USA

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
LAREDO, Texas — Sunbury Press has released Robert Joe Stout’s latest book Hidden Dangers: Mexico on the Brink of Disaster. About the Book: Mexico is undergoing economic and political changes that lie like landmines ready to explode beneath Uncle Sam’s footsteps. By the close of the first decade of…

The Rise and Fall of eBooks – What’s Next For 21st Century Publishing?

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
by Emma Crosby There’s no denying the power of a good book, whether it’s in traditional print or digital format, and new tales are constantly being woven that continue to make the move to the big and little screens. However, the initial boom of eBooks looks to be coming to…

Gentrification of New York City in the 90s subject of Matthew Taub’s first novel

Originally posted on Ernest & Edgar Literary Blog:
NEW YORK — Sunbury Press has released Matthew Taub’s first novel Death of the Dying City about the gentirification of New York City in the 1990s. About the Book: DEATH OF THE DYING CITY is a panorama of New York City’s rapid gentrification and shifting cultural enclaves…

Terry Ray unveils the Complete Story of the Worldwide Invasion of the Orange Orbs

Originally posted on Albert and Isaac Science Blog:
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Terry Ray’s study of the orange orb UFO phenomenon entitled The Complete Story of the Worldwide Invasion of the Orange Orbs. About the Book: Terry Ray is a certified Field Investigator for the Mutual Unidentified Flying Object Network, known as…