New Dorrance Publishing Fiction Releases Explore Indian History and Culture; A Miracle Garden; and Potential Benefits and Dangers of Medical Technology

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Dorrance Publishing recently released the following titles: Man on the Moon; The Miracle Garden of Italy; and Project 5. 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.

New Dorrance Publishing Fiction Releases Explore Indian History and Culture; A Miracle Garden; and Potential Benefits and Dangers of Medical Technology

Dorrance Publishing recently released the following titles: Man on the Moon; The Miracle Garden of Italy; and Project 5. 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.

Man on the Moon
($14.00) ISBN: 978-1-4349-0107-1, paperback

Rich in tradition and Indian culture, Man on the Moon shares a poignant tale of family relationships and struggles through several generations. Young Daji has grown weary of his abusive home life. He makes the ultimate decision to leave his home in search of the Promised Land. Taking place in India, this story is a poignant tale about family relationships and struggles through several generations, beginning from the time Daji leaves home and culminating in 1969--the year of the first man landing on the moon.

Man on the Moon will provide the reader with fascinating insight into the history of India and, in particular, the many challenges of being female in India's society.

About the Author

Nilu N. Gavankar is a native of India. She currently resides in the USA and is single. Ms. Gavankar holds several degrees, including an M.B.A. from Golden Gate University, a bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin, and a bachelor's degree from the University of Bombay, India. She is employed as a project controls engineer.

A former music director and movie producer, she has also published three other books in the Marathi language of India.

The Miracle Garden of Italy: The Prince Got Lost in the Miracle Garden
($10.00) ISBN: 978-0-8059-7860-5, paperback

In this colorfully illustrated book, a prince learns an important lesson as he explores a magical garden. Once upon a time, there lived a young prince named Alextanchi, who struggled to find his place in the world and make a name for himself. Hearing about a magical garden in Italy whose end was said to be impossible to find, noble Alextanchi decides to take on the task of finding it.

Meanwhile, the garden's owner, Emile, and his daughter, Liz, live in relative peace. Having a father who works fulltime and losing her mother as a young child, Liz finds peace and solace tucked away within the dense trees of the vast garden. It becomes her second home while her father goes away on business, and she knows the garden well and values her solitude there.

When the prince embarks on the journey into the Miracle Garden, he soon realizes wealth does not account for being the best, and he in turn disrupts Liz's peaceful life when he gets lost and needs her help to find the end. Will she help the frightened prince and continue on her solitary path, or will they find what they yearn for within each other?

About the Author

Marie A. Fequiere is a native of Haiti and currently lives in Roselle, New Jersey. She is currently obtaining her nursing degree and enjoys writing, music, dance, movies, and sports. Marie is also the author of Devil Rain and The Bearded Child of The Desert.

Project 5: Is it Science Fiction or Tomorrow's New Technology? Volume 1
($10.00) ISBN: 978-1-4349-0126-2, paperback

This thrilling novel explores the potential benefits and dangers of medical technology. When Peter Dobs is a young boy, a doctor's visit to his classroom changes his life. Dr. Grimes shows the children a poster of the organs of the human body and explains their functions. From then on, Peter is interested in science, engineering, and biology. He works hard in school and is rewarded with a scholarship to a university, where he successfully performs a brain transplant between a monkey and a lion.

Soon Mr. Jeremy Atkins, a private citizen of high importance, invites Peter to dinner and offers him a job that will allow him to use his high intelligence and research into how the brain works to devise mind and body control devices. Peter is excited about the research but soon finds danger awaits him when he is stalked by al-Qaida terrorists who are dead set on finding out what he's researching--and making sure no one else finds out about it.

In this thrilling tale of medical technology and the need to keep it in the right hands, readers may find themselves swept up in the characters and wondering how Peter Dobs will survive.

About the Author

Ohio born Anthony Joseph Levi, a father of two sons, is retired and living in Sunrise, FL. This is his first book.

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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