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Dot and Scribble Fall into Adventure

Originally posted on Speckled Egg Press Blog:
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Sunbury Press has released Ricky Bruce’s Dot and Scribble Fall into Adventure, the first volume in this new middle-grade series. About the Book: Hudson wants to add color to his picture, but his grandfather’s pen makes his medieval drawing come to life, transforming him…

Troutman recounts billions of years of history in the Mahanoy, Mahantongo and Lykens Valleys

Originally posted on Albert and Isaac Science Blog:
POTTSVILLE, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Steve E. Troutman’sGeology of the Mahanoy, Mahantongo, and Lykens Valleys: Something about the Earth We Walk On. About the Book: Author Steve E. Troutman taps his training in geology to take you on a tour of the Mahantongo, Mahanoy and…

Who killed Jack Armstrong along the Juniata River?

Originally posted on Pennsylvanus Book Blog:
SUNBURY, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released John L. Moore’s Bows, Bullets, and Bears, the first of eight volumes in the Frontier Pennsylvania series. About the Book: Jack Armstrong died violently along the Juniata River in early 1744. Armstrong was a rough-and-tumble frontier trader whose sharp business practices antagonized…

Trends in Independent Bookstores Following the Borders Closing

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
by Emma Thomas When Borders closed three years ago, newspapers like the International Business Times stated that the reason for lack of profit was that “bookstores had become park-like for many, a place to relax and look.” Active buying, it seems was lacking, especially with the e-book boom, which seemingly made reading…

Donehoo’s Indian Villages and Place Names in Pennsylvania is a must-have reference

Originally posted on The Quill of Tacitus Book Blog:
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released a new edition of Dr. George P. Donehoo’s classic 1928 work Indian Villages and Place Names in Pennsylvania. About the Book: Originally published in 1928 by The Telegraph Press as A History of the Indian Villages and Place Names…

Poor Will’s Almanack is a traditional guide to living in harmony with the Earth

Originally posted on Pets & Nature Book Blog:
YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio — Sunbury Press has released Bill Felker’s 2015 edition of Poor Will’s Almanack, since 1984, a traditional guide to living in harmony with the Earth. About the Book: Contents of the 2015 Edition: Using the Floating Calendar for the Twelve Moveable Seasons A Note…

Robin Donaruma’s “The Undecided” wins the 2014 Literary Classics Award

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
From Literary Classics: Literary Classics is pleased to announce that the book, The Undecided by Robin Donaruma, has been selected to receive the Literary Classics Seal of Approval. The CLC Seal of Approval is a designation reserved for those books which uphold the rigorous criteria set forth by the…

Keith Rommel’s “You Killed My Brother” acquired by Sunbury Press

Originally posted on Scar Paper Press Book Blog:
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Sunbury Press has released Keith Rommel’s thriller novel You Killed My Brother, the first book of the Cultures Collide series. Sunbury Press acquired the title from GMTA Publishing (Enigma Press imprint) in August. About the Book: Rainer is a successful doctor and…

Yoga instructor’s memoir is a “cup of New Age angst”

Originally posted on Helpful Books Blog:
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Susan Kiskis’ visionary memoir Born Fire Dragon. About the Book: Susan always knew her family was different. Whether it stemmed from an unusual and often complicated childhood, or from her experiences with the “other side,” Susan lived on the outskirts of a…

BOOK REVIEW: “THE CURSED MAN” BY KEITH ROMMEL

Originally posted on Scar Paper Press Book Blog:
By Alex Jones The Cursed Man, by Indie author Keith Rommel, is an ebook that I selected from the Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense catalogue of a notable eBook review club. Since I’m both a writer and a psychologist, The Cursed Man is a perfect fit for PsykoScribble’s dual focus…