Monthly Archives: September 2014

May 17, 2007 — the 100th Human tops Deepak Chopra, James Redfield and Paolo Coehlo

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
MECHANICSBURG, PA — As Sunbury Press celebrates its 10th year in business, we take a look back at a very special week in the company’s history.  Back in May of 2007, publisher Lawrence Knorr and author Chris Fenwick joined forces to bring the fiction category to the company with…

Cumberland Valley attorney stumbles upon a murder with eerie ties to the past

Originally posted on Scar Paper Press Book Blog:
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Sherry Knowlton’s first novel  Dead of Autumn, a murder mystery set in the Cumberland Valley of Pennsylvania. About the Book: Alexa Williams is a successful lawyer, volunteers weekly at a women’s clinic, and has a sexy weekend boyfriend—not to mention…

“The Sign of the Eagle” by Jess Steven Hughes is Roman historical fiction at its finest

Originally posted on The Quill of Tacitus Book Blog:
The Pursuit of Justice in a Violent Age August 25, 2014 by Gregg Zimmerman Imperial Rome, starting with the first emperor Augustus, spanned about 500 years, and was ruled by approximately 65 emperors (depending how you count usurpers, upstarts, and self-proclaimed tyrants). So the average tenure…

Dr. John F. Loase makes a case for the liberal arts based on the uncertainty of what we know

Originally posted on Albert and Isaac Science Blog:
NEW YORK — Sunbury Press has released John F. Loase’s latest book The Power of Uncertainty: A Case for the Liberal Arts. About the Book: The new book by Dr. John Loase, The Power of Uncertainty – A Case for the Liberal Arts, demonstrates the positive effects…

Middle-schoolers investigate haunting in their Pueblo, Colorado school

Originally posted on Scar Paper Press Book Blog:
PUEBLO, Colo. — Sunbury Press has released Patricia Santos Marcantonio’s latest young adult paranormal novelThe Ghost Sisters and the Girl in Hallway B. About the Book: Meet the Ghost Sisters: Kat and Marie Bench. They love anything to do with ghosts and the supernatural. When their divorced…