Monthly Archives: June 2015

Frank Deter Jr. writes about his late dog, Judy, in a heart-tugging memoir

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released A Dog Named Judy, ¬†Frank Deter Jr.’s memoir of his late hunting companion, his beagle Judy. Many people agree that dogs are “Man’s best friend,” and when Frank Deter acquires a new hunting dog, he is excited to find the truth in…

Ashley Nichole’s haunting photographs and John Nester’s poetry featured in “Found. Still Lost.”

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Found. Still Lost,featuring the the black and white photography of Ashley Nichole and the verse of John Nester. Photographer Ashley Nichole explores forbidden and forgotten places with her lens. These black and white images capture scenes of places found, but still lost…

Cranbrook crowned, but Rommel takes tops fiction among Sunbury Press bestsellers

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for May, 2015. The Cranbrook Schools took the top spot with their Women of the Worldanthology. Chris Papst’s Capital Murder held strong at #2. Along the Bethel Trail, by the Friends of Bethel, showed at #3. Keith Rommel’s newly…