Galaxy presents another action-packed trio from Hubbard’s ‘Stories from the Golden Age’ series.
Hollywood, cA (PRWEB) March 21, 2012
Galaxy Press was on hand with their Stories from the Golden Age at the Public Library Association Conference 2012 (PLA) which took place this past week at the Philadelphia convention center with an estimated 8,000 attendees, including over 400 exhibitors.
Library Journal, a key magazine for libraries, distributed their PLA edition which contained a featured review for L. Ron Hubbard’s Stories from the Golden Age. In their review for the next three titles in the series, Library Journal opened, “Galaxy presents another action-packed trio from Hubbard’s ‘Stories from the Golden Age’ series.” The review concludes with the verdict, “…these are three solid additions to the ongoing series, which will be enjoyed by fans of pulp writing and old-time action, adventure and romance. Pure fun and you can’t beat the price—grab ‘em!”
Throughout the course of the three-day show, there was a constant flow of librarians to the Galaxy Press exhibit inquiring about the Stories from the Golden Age, many relaying the successful results they had already obtained with the series of books and unabridged multi-cast audiobooks while others showing their interest in getting these titles in their libraries.
Stories from the Golden Age is a line of 80 volumes comprised of 153 stories written in the 1930s and 40s, considered America’s Golden Age of storytelling. These stories were written by L. Ron Hubbard in all the popular genres ranging from science fiction and fantasy, to mystery, thriller and adventure, to western and even romance using his own and 15 different pen names. They are being produced as both trade paperbacks as well as unabridged multicast audiobooks.
For more information on the Stories from the Golden Age, go to http://www.GoldenAgeStories.com or find it on Facebook at Golden Age Stories.