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Below are just a few stories of Wheatmark books that have found their audience:
Kelso’s Shrug Book by Paul Kelso
Words for Warriors by Colonel Ralph Puckett
The Shopkeeper by James D. Best
The Enabler by Angelyn Miller
Who Cares? by Kelly E. Middleton
Teaching: Excellence or Survival? by Chuck Benigno, PhD
Practical Chess Exercises by Ray Cheng
From Dunbar to Destiny by Shirley Robinson Sprinkles
Gripped by Gambling by Marilyn Lancelot
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Living Awake: Forty Days Toward Renewal
The Mystery of Sorrows
Agent for Justice Reviewed in Green Valley News - 8/13/2014
Duke Southard‘s new novel, Agent for Justice, was recently reviewed in the Green Valley News. “Life isn’t fair. This book, now available in paperback and ebook, demonstrates that lesson from its riveting first chapter to its shocking surprise ending.”
Peggy M. McAloon and Anneka Rogers in the Dunn County News - 8/3/2014
Lisa Farringer Parker at the 2014 International Rubery Book Award - 8/2/2014
Lisa Farringer Parker, author of Angels in the Darkness: A Family’s Triumph over Hitler and World War II Berlin, 1935-1949, made it to the Nonfiction category shortlist for the 2014 International Rubery Book Award.
Richard Collins Featured Speaker - 8/1/2014
Richard Collins, author of Riding Behind the Padre: Horseback Views from Both Sides of the Border, spoke at the National Day of the Cowboy, held at Borderlands Brewing Co. in Tucson, on July 26.
Roberta Grimes on TV - 7/31/2014
Roberta Grimes, author of The Fun of Dying, recently co-chaired a conference on afterlife in Scottsdale, AZ, and was interviewed on local TV.
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