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Below are just a few stories of Wheatmark books that have found their audience:
Who Cares? by Kelly E. Middleton
The Enabler by Angelyn Miller
The Shopkeeper by James D. Best
Live Sent: You Are a Letter by Jason C. Dukes
Practical Chess Exercises by Ray Cheng
The Real Man’s Cookbook by William J. Rayment
Teaching: Excellence or Survival? by Chuck Benigno, PhD
Kelso’s Shrug Book by Paul Kelso
Words for Warriors by Colonel Ralph Puckett
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Living Awake: Forty Days Toward Renewal
The Mystery of Sorrows
Idaho State Journal Features Shadow Revolution by Will Edwinson - 6/15/2015
On June 13, 2015, Will Edwinson, author of Shadow Revolution, was featured in an Idaho State Journal article by Richard Larsen. Larsen called Edwinson’s political-fiction book, “a story of reflection as well as possible inspiration for the future”. For more information about Edwinson and his other books, check out his website here.
Duke Southard Becomes Finalist in Next Generation Indie Book Awards - 6/1/2015
Duke Southard novel, A Favor Returned, was named one of five finalists in the general fiction category of the National 2015 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. His novel has been selected as a finalist in large competitions prior to this one as well. For more information about Duke, his work, and works in progress, visit his website.
Helena Schrader Receives B.R.A.G. Medallion - 6/1/2015
Fernando Prol to Discuss his Book, “Sugar and Dirt,” on the Bill Buckmaster Show - 4/24/2015
On May 6, 2015, Fernando Prol will have the privilege of being a guest on the Bill Buckmaster show featured on KVOI. Author of Sugar and Dirt, Fernando will spend his time discussing his recent publication and the inspiration behind the story.
To listen in on the interview, tune in around 12:30pm on AM 1030 or live stream the show here.
Quintessential Style Reviewed by Kirkus Review Magazine - 4/24/2015
Janna Beatty and Sharon White, authors of Quintessential Style, were delighted to share their recent review featured in the Kirkus Reviews Magazine. The review praises the personalized approach and relatability to everyday women, and even calls the book a “slim, to-the-point style manual [that] helps readers become their own best image consultants.”
For more information about Janna and Sharon and their insight into fashion and style, check out their website here.
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