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Below are just a few stories of Wheatmark books that have found their audience:
Words for Warriors by Colonel Ralph Puckett
From Dunbar to Destiny by Shirley Robinson Sprinkles
Gripped by Gambling by Marilyn Lancelot
Teaching: Excellence or Survival? by Chuck Benigno, PhD
The Real Man’s Cookbook by William J. Rayment
Kelso’s Shrug Book by Paul Kelso
Who Cares? by Kelly E. Middleton
The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles
The Shopkeeper by James D. Best
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Living Awake: Forty Days Toward Renewal
The Mystery of Sorrows
Riding Behind the Padre Chosen for 2014 Southwest Book of the Year - 1/23/2015
Richard Collins’ memoir, Riding Behind the Padre: Horseback Views From Both Sides of the Border, was chosen by the Pima County Public Library as a top Southwest Book of the Year for 2014. In addition, the Arizona Daily Star chose it as one of ten outstanding Southwest books of 2014. Riding Behind the Padre is Collins’ story about joining a group of Mexican riders retracing the pathways of Father Kino, the Jesuit priest who explored the borderlands 300 years ago. The book is available for purchase on Amazon.
Hugh Morris Featured by Arizona Daily Star - 1/23/2015
The Arizona Daily Star featured Hugh Morris and his book, The Cass Street Kid: A Journal, Remembered, among the standout authors of 2014. The Cass Street Kid: A Journal, Remembered is available for purchase on Amazon.
Bill Corbett Featured In Caribou County Sun - 1/22/2015
Bill Corbett’s new novel, LouIsa, hit the pages of the Caribou County Sun on December 11, 2014 in Bill’s former hometown, Soda Springs, Idaho. The article features Bill’s third fiction piece that is based loosely on the life of LouIsa Houston-Earp. LouIsa is now available for purchase on Amazon
Clark Norton Among Top Baby Boomer Travel Bloggers for 2015 - 1/22/2015
Clark Norton, an accomplished freelance writer and journalist, was recently listed as one of the top five baby boomer travel blogs for 2015 by Discover Corp. Clark’s diverse body of work and travel expertise will entertain, educate and inspire you for the year to come. For more information, visit Clark’s website www.clarknorton.com.
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.”
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