Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) July 9, 2009
Dorrance Publishing recently released the following titles: A Life of His Own Making; Somewhere Between Myth, Mystery, and Madness; and The Day It Needed New Clothes.
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 visiting http://www.dorrancepressroom.com or by calling (800) 788-7654.
A Life of His Own Making
($13.00) ISBN: 978-1-4349-0060-9, paperback
For Paul, eternity ends that morning. His wife dies, leaving him alone. Daily activities are repetitive. He is going through the motions, not knowing what to do with his new life. His family doesn't know how to help--move on, start dating or, worse yet, end it all. So when his son suggests a trip to Thailand, Paul can't help but feel skeptical. What he discovers in Thailand, however, will change his life. At an age when most men have retired, Paul finds himself refusing to follow the traditional Western manner. With the aid of Thai culture, he reinvents himself and realizes he's only just now entered the best years of his life.
About the Author
Saul Sheiman, a native of New York City, has lived the major part of his life in Southern California. His study of Buddhism prompted him to visit Thailand. His fascination with the Thai culture brought him back thirty-eight times in over seventeen years. In his spare time, Saul enjoys literature, music, philosophy, and sports.
Somewhere Between Myth, Mystery, and Madness
($14.00) ISBN: 978-1-4349-0047-0, paperback
Life is never dull for Topper. During a covert mission in the Falkland Islands during the Falklands War, he heads behind enemy lines to decimate Argentinean soldiers. He gets into trouble in Northern Ireland when he is captured and tortured by vengeful Irishmen. While on duty hunting terrorists, he endures a car crash in Belfast that kills his partner. He suffers terrible headaches and nightmarish visions that encourage him to kill.
In the midst of all this bloodshed and war, he finds plenty of willing women to help ease his tensions and stress in, well, womanly ways. He reminisces about his first sexual experience as a fourteen-year-old boy, when he and several friends enjoyed the same girl.
Once he gets out of the army (due to his abuse at the hands of the Irishmen), he turns his talents to the security field. At first, his adventures are pretty tame--investigating cheating spouses and corporate theft but eventually, even here he encounters the same type of life-threatening situations he did in the army--and some interesting sexual escapades, too.
About the Author
Richard Parr is a pseudonym for a former British military man who lives in the U.K. He enjoys competitive horseback riding and shooting in addition to other activities. He graduated with his O levels in English literature and language, and in math, German, and sociology. His service record is varied and top secret.
The Day It Needed New Clothes
($8.00) ISBN: 978-0-8059-7825-4, paperback
One day an alien from outer space named JuneBug visits planet Earth to explore. He befriends Jim and his dog, 2-HYPE, and takes them on an exciting trip in his spaceship. Fascinated with their clothing, JuneBug wants to dress just like them, and together they travel to a store and fulfill his wishes.
Join JuneBug and friends in their first adventure as they search for new clothes and experience the joy of making new friends.
About the Author
Daniel A. Reed currently resides in Massachusetts, and he enjoys science, biology, and has an interest in technology, both old and new. The Day It Needed New Clothes came from an idea Mr. Reed had in high school.
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