Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) July 15, 2009
Female Authors Offer Stories Of Hope, Racial Harmony, And Romance In Recent Dorrance Publishing Book Releases
Dorrance Publishing recently released the following titles: The Hopes and Encouragements of a Woman; The Whipping Boys of America; and R and R. 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.
The Hopes and Encouragements of a Woman
($9.00) ISBN: 978-1-4349-0199-6, paperback
A simple Christmas card received from her husband inspired the author to realize that life can be enjoyable and full of promise--you need only have motivation and determination. There is little doubt that life can be difficult, even frustrating at times, but life is also very short. Throw open the windows, let in the fresh air, get comfortable in your favorite chair, and read how one woman's precious gift from her husband changed her life.
About the Author:
Anna Roberts lives in southern California. She works with her husband; they own a small business. She handles all the accounting and clerical side of it. Anna has many dreams she would like to reach throughout her lifetime and hopes to remain in good health so she can fulfill them. She has three daughters, and having three girls is a challenge, although they are great kids. They keep her on her toes. She now watches her granddaughter, who is an angel but is rambunctious.
Anna enjoys walking and spending time with her family when they can get together. Her hobbies are drawing, crocheting, and writing. She is originally from a small town in Wisconsin.
The Whipping Boys of America
($27.00) ISBN: 978-0-8059-7831-5, hardcover
America faces many internal problems, and foremost among them is the persistence of racial oppression. Here Coleman presents a program of new approaches designed to end the superior/inferior question for all time and to return the institutions of this country to "Grandmother's morality"--without trampling on the First Amendment.
The Whipping Boys of America offers a detailed plan for schools, prisons, churches, and more. And the book is richly tapestried with Scriptural quotations that illustrate God's plans for man.
About the Author:
Dorothy F. Coleman is an American-born author who now lives in California and works as a health educator. A devout Christian (Catholic), she says simply, "This book was divinely inspired."
R and R
($10.00) ISBN: 978-0-8059-7751-6, paperback
R and R is a detailed account of a woman's romantic liaisons. Having been emotionally and physically abused by her husband for twelve years, Gloria finds relief in Stine, a consultant at her work. Stine is an attractive and intimate man; he is loving and affectionate, passionate about making her happy.
Each chapter shares various accounts of how she thinks about Stine--her joy and wonder, as well as the doubts and fears of their relationship. Each of her soul's insights are balanced by the raw sexual experiences the two share together. The explicit details of their experiences are a large bulk of the story, but they are also the symbolic presence of their true love for each other.
R and R is an open and honest account, one that flourishes with telling and conjuring feelings rather than bluntly speaking them. The work is a warning to readers about not only the involving depths and complexes of romance, but also the blessings that come from it as well.
About the Author:
Emily Doss wrote R and R based on an experience she had in an abusive relationship and her fantasies about having a healthy, romantic, and fulfilling one. She has three children: Priest, Michael, and Mary. Emily received her bachelor of arts degree in social work, her master's in science and social work, and her doctorate in education. She enjoys sewing, traveling, biking, walking, and cooking.
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.