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27 October, 2023

Déjà View by Michael Thomas Perone featured in the South Bay’s Neighbor and The Islip Bulletin

By |2023-10-27T10:25:41-07:00October 27, 2023|News|Comments Off on Déjà View by Michael Thomas Perone featured in the South Bay’s Neighbor and The Islip Bulletin

Déjà View: A Kid Nightmare by Michael Thomas Perone was featured in two different articles this month.

On October 18, South Bay’s Neighbor announced the book’s release and, on October 26, The Islip Bulletin published an interview with Michael on the book and his work as an author.

You can learn more about Déjà View, as well as his other books, on his website.

Congratulations, Michael!

27 October, 2023

Boomsters by David Marks wins awards at The BookFest® Fall 2023

By |2023-10-27T10:19:10-07:00October 27, 2023|News|Comments Off on Boomsters by David Marks wins awards at The BookFest® Fall 2023

Congratulations to Wheatmark author David Marks for winning first and second place with Boomsters: An Unexpected Adventure at The BookFest® Fall 2023.

Boomsters won First Place in the Fiction category “Detective – Cozy” and Second Place under “Detective – Amateur Sleuths” and “Detective – Private Investigators.”

To learn more about the author and his book, check out his website. You can also learn more about his book and awards on BookFest’s website.

Congratulations again, David Marks!

25 October, 2023

Not Nicholson by Ann M. Haralambie receives 5-star review on Literary Titan

By |2024-02-13T15:25:59-07:00October 25, 2023|News|Comments Off on Not Nicholson by Ann M. Haralambie receives 5-star review on Literary Titan

Not Nicholson transcends a mere chronological account, intertwining a heartfelt memoir with invaluable insights into the legal aspects of adoption search and reunion.

Congratulations to Wheatmark author Ann M. Haralambie for the 5-star review by Literary Titan!

You can check out the full review of her book, Not Nicholson: The Story of a First Daughter, An Adoption Search and Reunion Memoir, on the Literary Titan website here.

To learn more about Ann and her memoir, you can visit her website.

24 October, 2023

Ann M. Haralambie’s Not Nicholson reviewed by The Reading Bud

By |2024-02-13T15:26:04-07:00October 24, 2023|News|Comments Off on Ann M. Haralambie’s Not Nicholson reviewed by The Reading Bud

Congratulations to Wheatmark author Ann M. Haralambie on the lovely review of her book, published by The Reading Bud.

Here’s a snippet of the review, written by award-winning writer and editor Heena R. Pardeshi:

“Not Nicholson” is not just a memoir but a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the enduring quest for self-understanding. It’s a deeply moving read, one that resonates long after the final page is turned.

You can check out the full review here. To learn more about Not Nicholson: The Story of a First Daughter, An Adoption Search and Reunion Memoir, you can visit Ann’s website.

24 October, 2023

The Shady Oaks Division wins two awards at The BookFest® Fall 2023

By |2023-10-24T11:00:20-07:00October 24, 2023|News|Comments Off on The Shady Oaks Division wins two awards at The BookFest® Fall 2023

Congratulations to Wheatmark author L. M. Coppa!

Her book, The Shady Oaks Division, has been awarded three awards at The BookFest® Fall 2023—Second Place for fiction in the category of “Literary – Mystery” and Third Place under fiction in the categories of “Romance – Suspense” and “Women’s – Thriller & Suspense.”

To learn more about the author and her book, check out her website.

Congratulations again, L. M. Coppa!

23 October, 2023

David Zelman’s book, What’s Next? Get Clear and Get Going, wins Second Place Award at The BookFest® Fall 2023

By |2023-10-23T13:39:56-07:00October 23, 2023|News|Comments Off on David Zelman’s book, What’s Next? Get Clear and Get Going, wins Second Place Award at The BookFest® Fall 2023

Wheatmark author David Zelman has snagged a Second Place Award in the category of “Self-Help – Transformation” at The BookFest® Fall 2023 with his book, What’s Next? Get Clear and Get Going.

This is his second book with Wheatmark, the first being If I Can, You Can: Transformation Made Easy.

Congratulations, David, on this honor! You can learn more about David on his website here.

23 October, 2023

Ann Haralambie Author Event in Madison

By |2023-10-23T11:18:04-07:00October 23, 2023|News|Comments Off on Ann Haralambie Author Event in Madison

Wheatmark author Ann Haralambie held a great event at the Madison Library in Madison, New Hampshire, on October 19.

She spoke extensively about her book, Not Nicholson: The Story of a First Daughter, An Adoption Search and Reunion Memoir, sold and signed copies, and answered questions about the experience of adoptees in today’s society.

You can learn more about Ann’s fascinating memoir on her website.

Congratulations, Ann, on a successful book event!

25 September, 2023

2023 NYC Big Book Award names The Shady Oaks Division a Distinguished Favorite in General Fiction

By |2023-09-25T15:55:49-07:00September 25, 2023|News|Comments Off on 2023 NYC Big Book Award names The Shady Oaks Division a Distinguished Favorite in General Fiction

Congratulations to Wheatmark author L. M. Coppa, whose book, The Shady Oaks Division, was named a 2023 NYC Big Book Award Distinguished Favorite in the category of General Fiction!

You can check out the full list of winners (including The Shady Oaks Division) on the NYC Big Book Award website.

To learn more about the author and her book, check out her website.

Congratulations again, L. M. Coppa!

15 September, 2023

Ann M. Haralambie featured on the Thriving Adoptees podcast

By |2024-02-13T15:26:09-07:00September 15, 2023|News|Comments Off on Ann M. Haralambie featured on the Thriving Adoptees podcast

Congratulations to Wheatmark author Ann M. Haralambie, who recently appeared on the Thriving Adoptees podcast.

You can listen to her episode here, as well as on Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Apple Podcasts.

To learn more about Ann’s book, Not Nicholson: The Story of a First Daughter, An Adoption Search and Reunion Memoir, you can visit her website here.

Thank you to the Thriving Adoptees podcast, and congrats again to Ann on the interview!

5 September, 2023

Across the Divide by Elizabeth Bernays in the Arizona Daily Star

By |2023-09-05T09:33:28-07:00September 5, 2023|News|Comments Off on Across the Divide by Elizabeth Bernays in the Arizona Daily Star

Under their Southern Arizona Authors section, the Arizona Daily Star has covered Across the Divide by Elizabeth Bernays.

You can read the full article here.

If you’d like to learn more about Elizabeth Bernays and her memoir, you can check out her website and Facebook page.

Congratulations, Liz, on the nice feature for your book!

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