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4 05, 2018

Translation of Ancient Buddhist Text Released

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The Great Prajna Paramita Sutra, Volume 2 by Naichen ChenTucson, AZ – February 26, 2018 — Wheatmark, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of The Great Prajna Paramita Sutra, Volume 2 , translated by Naichen Chen.  This book portrays a deep philosophical journey to help readers along the road to self-revelation.

Buddha taught The Great Prajna Paramita Sutra in sixteen assemblies in four locations over twenty-two years. It was recorded posthumously by his disciples in six hundred fascicles of approximately five million words and is regarded as the largest canon in Buddhism.

For the last decade, translator Naichen Chen has worked on this sutra, and it is the only complete English translation from the Chinese Da Bo Re Bo Luo Mi Duo Jing rendered from Sanskrit about 1,350 years ago by Xuanzang (Hsüan-tsang). This is the second volume in a multivolume set.

The Great Prajna Paramita Sutra is […]

3 05, 2018

Get a Glimpse into the Decadent World of Wine with New Book

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So You Want to be a Wine Merchant? by Joel BermanTucson, AZ – April, 4, 2018 – Wheatmark, Inc., is pleased to announce the release of So You Want to Be a Wine Merchant? by Joel Berman. This book passionately combines the author’s love for business, wine, and a bit of history to give you a glimpse into the world of wine-making and travel.

So You Want to be a Wine Merchant celebrates the world of wine in profound and insightful ways. Author Joel Berman’s inspiring life as a successful wine merchant, traveler, and cultural explorer colors an impressive career filled with stories of wines and the people who make them, from the lush vineyards of Italy to the musty cellars of France.

For anyone who has a passion for wine, where it is made, and how it has changed American culture over the […]

2 05, 2018

Fear, Politics, and Terrorism Come Together in Latest Thriller

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The Red Saguaro by Robert LlewellynTucson, AZ – April 2, 2018 – Wheatmark, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of The Red Saguaro: A Novel of National Import by Robert Llewellyn. This Phoenix-based thriller brings national trembling fear to a local level.

On a scorching June day in Buckeye, Arizona, thirteen-year-old Juan Miguel Quilantan discovers a body impaled on a saguaro. The authorities quickly link the crime to radical Islamists who are planning an attack on the four million citizens of the Phoenix area, using some undetermined weapon of mass destruction.

Three people stand between the terrorists and a vulnerable metropolis: C. Ronald Cannon, a professor whose wife and children were murdered by ISIS; Laura Fatopoulos, a Muslim and FBI special agent who has dedicated her career to eradicating extremist factions; and boy-genius Juan Miguel, an illegal immigrant whose understanding of the […]

13 09, 2017

Publisher Wheatmark Announces Release of New Mystery Novel

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Tucson, AZ – June 27, 2017 — Wheatmark, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of A Robin’s Snow by Barbara Briggs Ward. This is the last book in the author’s Christmas trilogy.

While curious of the world outside her Amish community, Annie Finley’s love for her husband, Daniel, and their son, Jacob, is why she’s content to stay. A devastating accident one stormy night changes that, propelling Annie beyond those boundaries. With the help of two women who sell Annie’s quilts, she learns those responsible for the accident are ruthless owners of a newspaper dynasty who’ll do anything to keep the presses running. A plan is devised enabling Annie to shed her simplicity and travel to Philadelphia where she infiltrates that dynasty, moving amongst them as one of them until the moment when she must make her move—a move with grave […]

12 09, 2017

Book on Climate Change Vocabulary Released

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Tucson, AZ – August 16, 2017 — Wheatmark, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of A Climate Vocabulary of the Future by Herb Simmens. A reference book for all things climate change, this book creatively and engagingly helps its readers stay informed about the topic.

A Climate Vocabulary of the Future offers a compelling perspective on climate change that breaks down the formidable challenges facing our species and our planet — rising temperatures, melting glaciers, and an indifferent global populace quietly overwhelmed by the science and inconceivable consequences of inaction.

By skillfully explaining — with humor, brevity, and clarity — more than four hundred new, as well as often overlooked words and phrases, A Climate Vocabulary of the Future empowers readers with the information they need to both understand and act.

For example, readers will learn the importance of dark snow, carbon war […]

11 09, 2017

History Comes to Life in New Novel

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Tucson, AZ – August  16, 2017 — Wheatmark, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of The Last Crusader Kingdom: Dawn of a Dynasty in Twelfth-Century Cyprus by Helena P. Schrader. This is the newest historical fiction novel from award-winning author Helena Schrader.

John d’Ibelin, son of the legendary Balian, will one day defy the most powerful monarch on earth. But first he must survive his apprenticeship as squire to a man determined to build a kingdom on an island ravaged by rebellion. The Greek insurgents have already driven the Knights Templar from the island, and now stand poised to destroy Richard the Lionheart’s legacy to the Holy Land: a crusader foothold on the island of Cyprus.

For more information about the book, or to schedule an interview with the author, please call Mindy Burnett at 520-798-0888 x100 or email

8 09, 2017

Revolutionary New Guide to Thyroid Disease

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Tucson, AZ – June 28, 2017 — Wheatmark, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of ThyroZone: Real Thyroid Solutions for Better Health and Better Living by John A. Robinson and Cristina Romero-Bosch. This book offers advice to those diagnosed with thyroid disease who want help beyond what they are receiving.

ThyroZone offers a revolutionary approach to thyroid disease, a disease that afflicts millions of people who are often left with no real solution to alleviate their pain and suffering. The truth is that the medical community has yet to understand the causes — or even the symptoms — of thyroid disease. This means patients have no strategy to address their disease or ways to optimize their health to provide any meaningful quality of living.

After years of development and experience, Dr. John Robinson and Dr. Cristina Bosch wrote ThyroZone to offer a […]

8 09, 2017

Do You Know Where Your Food Came From?

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Tucson, AZ – July 3, 2017 — Wheatmark, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of Spice Empire: The Arab Culinary Tradition in the West by William Ross Newland. This cookbook explores the history of Arabic cooking traditions and their spread to other parts of the globe.

Most people are blissfully unaware of the origins of their food, but not William Ross Newland.

Fascinated by culinary anthropology and having a chronic love affair with new flavors and textures, Newland travels the world discovering culinary wonders that often took centuries to matriculate through Arab conquest. His favorite? The street food and comfort food eaten by locals on a daily basis.

For Newland, food is much more than eating. It is about planning, cooking, and sharing. Food is the centerpiece while human interaction generated by the meal is the main event.

Follow this short narrative […]

7 09, 2017

New Release Offers Insight on Life and Faith

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Tucson, AZ – August  16, 2017 — Wheatmark, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of Faithbook: Faith Through the Love of God by Robert F. Moore. This book is the author’s response to the age-old question, “what is the meaning of life?” in a series of essays that communicate a powerful message.

Does your life need a boost?

Are you on the verge of giving up?

Do you feel lost and hopeless about the direction of your life?

The Bible says, “God is love” (1 John 4:16). The experience of God’s love will strengthen faith. In turn, fueled by the power of His love, one builds the necessary faith to stay the course.

Author Robert F. Moore meditated on the meaning of life for a year, and the result is Faithbook: Faith Through the Love of God. At its core, it’s […]

6 09, 2017

Publisher Wheatmark Announces Release of Historical Fiction

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Tucson, AZ – June 28, 2017 — Wheatmark, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of Lady of the Road by Michael Sloan. This action-packed story follows heroine Zamora on her journey disguised  as a highwayman.

A centuries-old secret lays buried and forgotten. An exquisite pendant contains an obscure record of the hidden location. A country road, long abandoned and overgrown, leads to a priceless treasure. And the connection between these elusive clues is grasped by a resolute highwayman who hides behind mask, sword, and pistol. But this feared “Gentleman of the Road” is actually a woman, Zamora Delevan. Considered her family’s poor, unremarkable cousin, she conceals a lethal skill. Her father Richard, one of the King’s most proficient military fencing masters, privately trained Zamora at his London studio until her expertise rivaled his own.

After Richard’s premature death in 1721, […]