Success Stories

Below are just a few stories of Wheatmark books that have found their audience:


Our Clients Say It Best...

 
The books are here already!! WOW that is amazing. Thank you so much. My husband said, “Seems like at every step they have outperformed expectations sooner than anticipated!” I love it!
Mary Bea Sullivan
Living Awake: Forty Days Toward Renewal
 
I like the professional manner in the way business is conducted ... the friendly attitude [Wheatmark] presents [and] I am delighted in the way questions are answered promptly and with detailed instructions.
Archie J. Hoagland
The Mystery of Sorrows

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Clients in the News

Second “Writers Read” Event at BREWD, a Huge Success - 3/3/2015

The second Writers Read event at BREWD on Feb. 12, was another standing room only and great reading event! The event featured authors Ethel Lee-Miller, Deborah Knox, Penelope Starr, Bill Black, Cynthia Lang, Karen Call, Jess Kapp, and Christine Gross, who provided a variety of entertainment and hilarious readings. If you missed this event, the next Writers Read is scheduled for Monday, March 9, from 12:00-1:30 PM at Fronimo’s located on 3242 E Speedway. To RSVP, please contact Ethel Lee-Miller by email.
This month, the meeting will kick off with a brief presentation by Robin Peel, who will discuss marketing and public relations for writers. All adult writers are welcome.
Writers Read Event

Renate A. Schulz Featured by Arizona Public Radio 89.1 FM - 3/3/2015

Renate A. Schulz, Ph.D., was recently interviewed as a part of the Arizona Spotlight Series featured by the Tucson NPR affiliate, 89.1 FM. Schulz, author of Life in Alien Territory: Memories of Peace Corps Service in Mali, shares about the life changing experiences she had a result of her time serving overseas. To check out the article and listen to the full interview, visit the website here
Life in Alien Territory

Jacquelyn Stiles Kirkis Featured in the Stiles Family Reunion Biannual Newsletter - 2/23/2015

Jacquelyn Stiles Kirkis, author of Sammy Goes to Beirut and The Man who put the Lights along Route 66: Memories of James Harland Stiles, will be published in the The Stiles Family Reunion, the oldest family reunion in the United States that publishes a biannual newsletter for over 100,000 members. The April, 2015 newsletter, will cite notes concerning a New Mexico member, whose contribution to the art of sign work in advertising is highlighted in Dr. Kirkis’ book, The Man who put the Lights along Route 66: Memories of James Harland Stiles.
Lights on Route 66

E. Reid Gilbert introduces his latest book - 2/16/2015

E. Reid Gilbert introduced his latest book, The Twelve Houses of my Childhood, at the Splendido Rancho Vistoso on February 9. The presentation titled, To Tell a Tale or Two, also included readings from his previous books and tales yet to be published. The houses, ranging from a tobacco pack house to an old plantation house in eastern Virginia, provided settings for various experiences and dreams, including his fantasy of being kidnapped by the gypsies and being “carried way off yonder.” The forty attendees enthusiastically related to the stories of the depression years in the thirties and the war years in the forties.
E. Reid Gilbert

Tom Dittmar Included in Sacramento Bee Title Highlights - 2/10/2015

Be Your Own Salmon: An Allegory with 25 Lessons for Swimming Upstream in the Wild River of Life, was recently included among several other top western titles meant to inspire and uplift. The book was hailed for its inspiration guiding words. To read more about Tom’s work and other titles, click here
Be Your Own Salmon

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