Dorrance Publishing Announces Three Recent Non-Fiction Book Releases

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Dorrance Publishing recently released the following titles: Three Life Lessons from the Third Father: Volume II; The Man's Rules of Marriage; and Troubled Footsteps. They are available for purchase at http://www.dorrancebookstore.com, brick and mortar bookstores, on-line bookstores or by calling (800) 788-7654. Media review copies are available by calling (800) 788-7654.

Dorrance Publishing Announces Three Recent Non-Fiction Book Releases: Three Life Lessons from the Third Father: Volume II; The Man's Rules of Marriage; and Troubled Footsteps. They are available for purchase at http://www.dorrancebookstore.com, brick and mortar bookstores, on-line bookstores or by calling (800) 788-7654. Media review copies are available by calling (800) 788-7654.

Three Life Lessons from the Third Father: Volume II
($16.00) ISBN: 978-0-8059-7678-6, paperback

Three Life Lessons from the Third Father: Volume II is a collection of writings and shared letters compiled as a testament of one man's love for his daughter and her mother, the woman he refers to as his soulmate.

In this candid and revealing compilation, the reader shares Ethan's emotional struggles as he attempts to live in the most authentic and compassionate manner possible amidst increasingly turbulent relationships. His devotion to Sara is unwavering in the face of his family's disapproval, the interference of friends, and even Sara's own actions. The events recorded here offer unusual, deeply personal insight into the motivations and passions of one family.

About the Author:
Ezekiel II is a native and longtime resident of California currently residing in Texas. Self-employed, he works in private finance and development with Global Note Exchange.

The Man's Rules of Marriage
($8.00) ISBN: 978-0-8059-7722-6, paperback

When was the last time you argued with your spouse or significant other? Many of us find communicating and living with the opposite sex can be challenging, especially in the early days of learning about one another. To this end, Ken Naddeo offers a little humor through his book, The Man's Rules of Marriage. These maxims are offered in order to spark conversations about potentially disagreeable subjects, including priorities, eccentricities, and perspective. If your relationship could use a little laughter, be sure to consult these rules to happy living.

About the Author:
Ken Naddeo brings his experiences from two marriages to the advice he offers in The Man's Rules of Marriage. A native of El Monte, California, Ken Naddeo and his wife, Wendy, live in Pendleton, Oregon. He has three children: Joi, Cindy, and Exavier. In his spare time, he enjoys model trains.

Troubled Footsteps
($10.00) ISBN: 978-0-8059-7675-5, paperback

George LeRoy Bennett had a rough childhood marked by physical abuse at the hands of his stepfather. Violence surrounded him as a boy, and it's no wonder he followed his role models in fighting, drinking, and promiscuity as he grew into a man. As a teen, he spent five years in juvenile detention centers and was in jail numerous times, and it seemed his life was going to be cut short by death or prison--until he met Darlene.

As a result of his relationship with Darlene, George was able to curb his tendencies and become a loving father to his children and stepchildren. Troubled Footsteps tells of the journey of one man from a life marked with uncertainty and violence to a life filled with success and love.

About the Author:
A native of Greenfield, Ohio, George LeRoy Bennett now lives in Grove City, where he is a carpenter. He and his wife, Darlene, have six children between them: Utalcia, David, Stacy, Dena, Bobby, and Leigh Ann. In his community, George has been a member of the Eagles Club for twenty-four years. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing and playing pool. He wrote Troubled Footsteps to relate his life's story to his children and grandchildren.

Dorrance Publishing is the nation's oldest authors services company. The Dorrance family of imprints provides authors with the level of personalized service they require to become a published author. All international standard book number (ISBN) eligible imprints have a bookstore returns allowed policy.

Dorrance Publishing (http://www.dorrancepublishing.com/info.asp?program=prweb) -- books have carried the Dorrance imprint for over 85-years. This full-service subsidy publishing imprint offers authors traditional, complete publishing services including editing, proofreading, original page and cover design, publication in paperback, hardback and custom or unusual book production specifications, original illustration creation, ISBN and copyright. Dorrance titles are printed and warehoused in anticipation of orders that may follow as a result of a defined, limited promotional plan.

RoseDog Books (http://www.rosedog.com) -- a full-service print on demand publishing imprint offering authors complete page design services, original cover design, editing services, original illustration creation, full-color and black and white books, a variety of book trim sizes, paperback or hardback binding, an ISBN and copyright. Authors can provide their manuscript on paper or in a digital file. RoseDog titles are printed when ordered and can be purchased on-line or through brick and mortar stores. Book promotion services are also available.

Red Lead Press (http://www.redleadpress.com) -- a very affordable publishing imprint for authors who need some help with basic page and cover design, an ISBN and copyright. Red Lead titles are printed when ordered and can be purchased on-line or through brick and mortar stores.

I-Proclaim (http://www.i-proclaim.com) -- Using a self-serve on-line template an author can become a published author in minutes. There are no set-up fees and no minimum book order.

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