Beckie Butcher Supports Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients through her Writing

beckiebutcherHello, everybody. My name is Beckie Butcher. I was born and raised in Elgin, Il and am a 1982 graduate of Elgin High School. I graduated from Elgin Community College in 1997 with an Associate of Applied Science in Medical Laboratory Technology and worked in various hospitals and laboratories. In 2007, I decided to leave the laboratory and pursue a career in Culinary Arts with hopes of opening my own catering business when I was stricken with a debilitating disease called chronic fatigue syndrome, a serious but seriously misunderstood disease.

mybattlewith_1In 2010, on the advice of a friend, I decided to share my story in a book entitled My Battle with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, which made it to number five in the medical genre on Amazon. In the book, I share how upon referral from a friend how a unique method of chiropractic adjustment has offered me relief and taken me to a much better place. I am passionate about building tolerance for the disease as well as offering hope for a better life to those who suffer as well as those who care for them.

I have written a magazine article about life with CFS for Living Well Magazine. It was in last July’s issue. I have also given educational presentations about the reality of the disease as well as spoken on a local radio show. My website is www.beckiesbutcher.com and my blog is www.battlecfs.wordpress.com. I can also be found of www.pubmatch.com. Thank you and have a great day.

July 2015 Edition of Living Well Magazine

Author Gabrielle Williams Brings In High Ratings on Goodreads for “The Guy, The Girl, the Artist and His Ex”

Gabrielle WilliamsGabrielle Williams has been receiving tons of praise for her latest novel, “The Guy, The Girl, the Artist and His Ex,” a stylish, sharp and sassy take on love, life, and fine art. Released in April of 2015, the story has been receiving widespread acclaim from its readers and book critics, as it offers an interesting perspective from each of its imperfect characters, and is described as a “must-read” by a five-star rater on Goodreads.com.

More about “The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex” from Goodreads:

A rock chick.

An artist with attitude.

A girl with a past.

A party animal.

Four lives collide when one of the world’s most famous paintings is stolen. It’s a mystery that has the nation talking, but while Picasso’s Weeping Woman might be absent from the walls of the National Gallery, in other parts of Melbourne the controversial painting’s presence is being felt by Guy, Rafi, Luke and Penny for four very different reasons.

Life, love, art and one giant party intersect in this offbeat comedy about good intentions, unexpected consequences and the irresistible force of true love.

Gabrielle Williams BookAlthough Ms. Williams didn’t complete her education at school, her career is proof that an academic path isn’t the only route to success. She has an impatience about her, which has helped to spark an innovative flame and inspired her to write some of her most pioneering works. She is more interested in getting out there and pursuing her dreams than learning about someone else pursuing theirs. Her personality type is incredibly individualistic, and she doesn’t like doing things the way everyone else does them– she is a firm advocate of taking the road less traveled. Her latest book, ‘The Guy The Girl The Artist & His Ex’, was inspired by the real life theft of one of Picasso’s most famous paintings – The Weeping Woman. In order to achieve an authentic tone throughout the novel, Ms. Williams spent a great deal of time researching the 1980s, art fraud, art forgers and Picasso. She is grateful to have a fantastically supportive husband, as well as excellent friends. When Ms. Williams is writing a book, she goes the extra mile to ensure that the information she includes in the book is accurate for the setting. Her last two books were set in the 1980s, and she did a lot of research to understand current events and incorporate them into the overall tone of the novels. After completing her research, she sits down to write, type her ideas and work on the finished publication.

Ms. Williams has been shortlisted for a number of prestigious awards in Australia, and is interested in increasing her connections. She is also interested in traveling for her work and speaking publicly about how to use humour to hook teenagers in to reading, a subject she is quite passionate about. Her novel, “Beatle Meets Destiny,” was shortlisted for two literary awards in 2010. Her second book was shortlisted for the Gold Inky Award. “Beatle Meets Destiny” was voted as one of the top 50 reads of 2010.

To learn more about Gabrielle Williams, please visit her LinkedIn page.

Optimistic Author Julie Vincent Acknowledges Light at the End of the Tunnel in “Travels Within”

Julie VincentThe art and poetry presented in “Travels Within” was inspired in a time when Julie Vincent had been enduring her own personal trials and tribulations, and she was extremely distressed. After having escaped domestic violence, and being embroiled in a battle over housing and her children, she felt isolated, pessimistic and even suicidal. Through it all, she was still fervently committed to and excited by the research she was conducting and the opportunity it presented. It was through this that the art and poetry she was able to create came to be.

From PRWeb:

“Travels Within” (published by Xlibris AU) explores Vincent’s intimate journey of completing her doctoral degree while escaping domestic violence. This involved a monumental struggle for her existence. She considered it as a very dark time, but as Vincent was researching the journeys of people who were in or who had been through their own dark times, it was also a time of exploration of her own and others’ internal turmoil.

This book captures the effect of domestic violence and a history of child sexual abuse on mental health. It travels through the emotional pain of grief, loss, depression, suicide, despair and hopelessness to discover in the face of these difficulties, treasures like strength, hope and light.

“What I hope people find in “Travels Within” is inspiration for their own journey; to not be afraid of the dark times. Even in the dark times, though you may not yet see it, there is a hope, and a future,” says the author.

Julie Vincent - Travels WithinJulie Vincent is an artist, poet, singer, song writer, academic and given the opportunity, a performer. She finished her PhD in Social Theory on mental health service delivery at the University of Melbourne and travelled the world creating art and poetry as she went. She came back and travelled across the top end, camping and creating songs, poems and art works en route. She lectured at Newcastle University for a couple of years and volunteered in orphanages in India and a health project in Uganda and attended the World Social Forum in Nairobi, Kenya. In 2008 she was in an accident that nearly killed her and changed her life. She had a spiritual experience and married an Aboriginal man. She has found herself in Alice Springs volunteering with indigenous kids.

Paul Davies Publishes Weekly Articles through Revolutionary Real Estate Blog

Paul DaviesPaul Davies, a consummate real estate professional, has made a name for himself by churning out an excess of 1,000 property sales and conducting more than 300 auctions over the course of an illustrious career. As the Founder and CEO of the One Agency Real Estate Group, Mr. Davies keeps people abreast of trends and developments in real estate by publishing weekly articles on the company’s blog. He has earned the respect and admiration of his professional peers and those with whom he has worked and collaborated throughout the years by helping real estate agents to set up their own real estate businesses under the One Agency brand, and building profitable, sustainable businesses.

Mr. Davies has written about a number of captivating issues on One Agency’s contemporary blog series. His noteworthy news articles include “Growth in Real Estate Varied Significantly Across Australia 2014,” a depiction of the differences in final quarter growth and year-on-year growth for 2014 throughout the cities in Australia. Another is entitled: “Real Estate Market – How It Fared in 2014;” this article is a revealing overview for both buyers and sellers of what was to be seen in the real estate market as 2014 was capped off, as it pertains to properties for sale, opportunities for buyers to negotiate, and when it was the best time for purchasers to buy.

Mr. Davies pinpoints the single-most important thing that he has learned over the years as the fact that “it’s not how much money you make that counts, it’s how much you get to keep after all the expenses are paid.” That premise, along with his wife Annie’s encouragement, was the motivator behind One Agency. He took his experience and launched a revolutionary and unique business model. Real estate agents and business owners now have the freedom to set up a business under their own brand, join a respected Australia-wide network, and retain as much of their hard earned fees as possible. One Agency is rapidly expanding, has a presence in all States and Territories of Australia, and is also planning expansion internationally. Mr. Davies continues to stand at the helm of the business, bringing his personal guidance and wealth of experience to all members. He lives in Sydney with his wife and son.

One Agency Real Estate GroupLearn more about Paul Davies by visiting http://oneagency.com.au and http://oneagencygroup.com.au, and by checking out his LinkedIn page.

Redemption and Trailing Sky are HOT

Ian Prattis Redemption Song

 

Ian Prattis - "Trailing Sky Six Feathers" and "Redemption Song"“Melancholy Memory, Brilliant Novel”

A melancholy memory turns out to be the catalyst for an almost forgotten yet brilliant Xlibris novel. Author Ian Prattis stumbles upon this overlooked treasure – a story nearly four decades in hiding but remains as relevant as it was first conceived.

He recounts here on the Xlibris Blog the bittersweet recollection so surreal he still couldn’t believe his good fortune…

Read more of Part 1 of this recollection on the Xlibiris Blog — Part 1

You can also read Part 2 of this recollection on the Xlibiris Blog — Part 2
(A link to Part 2 can also be found at the end of Part 1)

Trailing Sky Six Feathers Screenwriter’s Recommendation

Trailing Sky Six Feathers by Ian Prattis is the tremendous story of Ian’s modern day spiritual awakening and discovery of his past life as Native American Eagle Speaker during the 18th century. Only through the intervention of his spirit wife Trailing Sky is Ian able to defeat his past vices and personal struggles to become the man he is today…

Read more of this Screenwriter’s Recommendation on my blog online at: ianprattis.wordpress.com

Clannad’s “I Will Find You” meets Trailing Sky…

Clannad’s beautiful ballad “I Will Find You” was the theme song for the box office hit – “Last of the Mohicans” starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeleine Stowe. This 1992 historical epic film was based on James Fenimore Cooper’s classic novel.

“No matter where you go, I will find you

If it takes a long, long time.

No matter where you go, I will find you

If it takes a thousand years.”

This haunting love song is reminiscent of an epic moment in my new book…

Read more of this post on my blog online at: ianprattis.wordpress.com

Xlibris Radio Podcast Interview for Trailing Sky Six Feathers:

Xilibris Radio Podcast Interview from Oct 19, 2014:
Please click here to download the podcast interview in mp3 format to listen to on your computer or tablet.

Spotlight on Trailing Sky

Spiritual awakening is needed to ensure survival, author says

Ian Prattis shares personal journey, advocates about spiritual awakening, empowerment in new book

Read the entire press release here: www.prweb.com

A Tale of Two Books

I recently offered a talk on my two books published this year – Trailing Sky Six Feathers: One Man’s Journey with His Muse and Redemption – beginning with an excerpt from the Blue Ink Review of the first one.

“In this spiritual exploration, a highly educated man becomes a humble seeker, works painstakingly through the events of two fascinating lifetimes, and emerges with a message for humankind.…

Read more of this post on my blog online at: ianprattis.wordpress.com

Purchase Options for Redemption:

You can buy Redemption in any of the following ways:

An Autographed Softcover Version is available by visiting my website’s Redemption Page. On that page, scroll down and click on the ORDER BOOK tab.

Located on the ORDER BOOK tab are also options for ordering Hardcover, Softcover and E-Book versions of Redemption from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and the publsiher, Xlibris! To make things simpler here are the links:

Xlibris
XLIBRIS: Hardcover, Softcover and E-Book

Amazon
AMAZON: Hardcover
AMAZON: Paperback
AMAZON: KINDLE E-Book

Barnes & Noble
BARNES & NOBLE: Hardcover
BARNES & NOBLE: Paperback
BARNES & NOBLE: NOOK E-Book

On the website you can also find more information about the book
and the author, Ian Prattis.

Purchase Options for Trailing Sky Six Feathers:

You can buy my new book, Trailing Sky Six Feathers in any of the following ways:

An Autographed Softcover Version is available by visiting my website’s Trailing Sky Six Feathers Page. On that page, scroll down and click on the ORDER BOOK tab.

Located on the ORDER BOOK tab are also options for ordering Hardcover, Softcover and E-Book versions of Trailing Sky Six Feathers from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and the publsiher, Xlibris! To make things simpler here are the links:

Xlibris
XLIBRIS: Hardcover, Softcover and E-Book

Amazon
AMAZON: Hardcover and Softcover
AMAZON: KINDLE E-Book

Barnes & Noble
BARNES & NOBLE: Hardcover and Softcover
BARNES & NOBLE: NOOK E-Book

On the website you can also find more information about the book
and the author, Ian Prattis.

Ian Prattis - Pine Gate Mindfulness CommunityPine Gate Mindfulness Community

 Pine Gate is a Zen Buddhist community practicing Engaged Buddhism inspired by Thich Nhat Hanh, the Dalai Lama and Sulak Sivaraksa. It has created an engaged expression for peace, social justice and planetary care in the community.

Ian Prattis - Friends for PeaceFriends for Peace

 Friends for Peace Canada is a coalition of groups working for peace, planetary care and social justice by promoting these ideas within our communities and around the globe.

Ian Prattis is an Author, Poet, Professor Emeritus, Founder of Friends for Peace and Spiritual Warrior for Planetary Care, Peace and Social Justice.

Zen teacher since 1997, he offers retreats and public talks all over the world. Ian encourages people to find their true nature, so that humanity and the planet may be renewed.

Lori Avocato Soars to New Heights as a Mystery Author, Landing on the #1 Best Sellers List

Lori AvocatoFiction Author Lori Avocato has published 21 fiction titles over the past decade and a half. “A Dose of Murder-The Pauline Sokol Mysteries,” was one of her first books. She uses her experiences in the medical and military fields in many of her plots. Ms. Avocato has won a variety of awards for her works of fiction, including the First Kiss Award, for her romance novels, and the Humour Uniforms List, a military-related fiction directory. In addition, she has also landed on the #1 Best Sellers List, with the likes of Stephen King. She continues to improve her writing skills by way of teaching others and remianing involved with numerous organizations, including Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and Romance Writers of America.

Do You Take This Man - Again by Lori AvocatoHaving received a bachelor’s degree in nursing, Ms. Avocato also serves as a nursing instructor for staff members who work with the developmentally disabled population. She teaches two-to-three times a month on the topic of medication certification. Looking toward the future, Ms. Avocato intends to fully retire from the field of nursing, so that she may publish more fictional works.

Ms. Avocato has gained a wide range of diversified experiences in the military, in addition to her background in the health care field. She completed four years as a registered nurse and captain with the U.S. Air Force, and continues to remain connected to the military through RomVets and The Nathan Hale Chapter of Military Officers Association.

For more information about HarperCollins Publishers, visit http://www.harpercollins.com.

Ian Prattis Releases “Redemption”

“The Lost Manuscript”

Second Blockbuster Book of 2014

“Redemption” is a story of Awakening and has its own story of emergence. It was a “lost” manuscript, first written in 1975, forgotten until spring 2011. The narrative was vivified and refined with hindsight forty years later. It reads like an extended prose poem reflecting the primal forces of nature and of human nature. Check out the book video:

REDEMPTION by IAN PRATTIS

Callum Mor, the epic main character, takes the reader on a deep Hero’s Journey. It opens with his childhood in the Hebrides, islands off the NW coast of Scotland. He draws wonderful mentors to him; his schoolteacher, who lights the spark of a bard in him, animal friends such as an otter, a brutal fisherman who shields his darkness from the boy as he matures. Callum Mor thrives despite the poverty of his home in an island nurturing with gentle humor and adventure. This novel moves from the rhapsody of Callum Mor’s idyllic childhood through tragedies to the derelict zone of his alcoholic drowning out of pain and suffering…

Read more of my blog entry online at: ianprattis.wordpress.com

Testimonials for Redemption:

Redemption by Ian Prattis“What marks a great work of art is that it touches the heart and soul. Redemption touched mine very deeply. It is so vividly descriptive of both scenery and people, drawing you into the life of Callum Mor, making you cry for him, cheer for him, and wishing you could continue on his journey with him. It is a book to be read over and over again, from which to take away life lessons and inspiration for our own personal journey. This is a book to share with those who touch your life.”

Lucille Hildesheim, International Harp Artiste

“I loved this book, captivating on so many levels, as the story reinforced my resolve. I have three criteria for a good book… I don’t want it to end, I love the end, and I do not wish to speak to anyone for several hours after I finish it. So, this met my criteria on all these levels!”

Mary Helen Dean, Management Professional, Ottawa, Canada

“‘Redemption’ is a riveting novel chronicling one man’s journey through the stages of innocence, darkness, destruction and transformation. The narrative may be applied both individually and universally. Individuals are suffering all over the world from the chaos that life brings, be it violence, abuse of power, cheating, torture or the destruction that comes with war. What is so exquisite about this novel is the tenderness and honesty with which the author deals with the human condition. Callum Mor draws us in as he demonstrates an intuitive understanding and respect for nature. We are intrigued by his innocence and purity which contrast so strongly with the tragic failings that surround him. When Callum Mor’s journey moves him even closer to the abyss, the author refuses to ‘sanitize’ his experiences. Rather, they are put out there as graphically and tragically as they occur. The story pulls you in and before you know it, the reader is seduced and becomes Callum Mor. As he is redeemed, so are we. ‘Redemption’ is so beautifully written, exploring the human condition in its entirety, even the darkest elements. The author does this with grace, elegance, compassion and without judgment.”

Anita Rizvi, Consultant, Ottawa, Canada

“A magical journey of the struggle towards hope, inspiration and love.”

Tina Fedeski, Executive Director of Orkidstra Canada and founder of The Leading Note Foundation.

“Thank you for the gift of your book, Redemption. It is a lovely read. Elegantly sad. We all have a piece of Callum Mor in us. I certainly identified with many aspects of his journey. So thank you for the enjoyable hours reading about this fine human being.”

Jo Anne Denis, retired federal public servant from the Government of Canada.

Press Release for Redemption:

Triumph of the Human Spirit

Inner strength and resilience conquer mental illness and alcoholism

OTTAWA, ONTARIO – According to the Anxiety and Depression Association, nearly 15 million adults suffer from some form of depression. Professor, author, and distinguished scholar, Ian Prattis believes that the power of inner strength can help these wounded souls overcome their worldly crutches.

“The greatest gift one can be given is that of finding one’s true nature,” Prattis said. “The human spirit is resilient and can triumph over tragedy and psychological dependence.”

Prattis’ new novel, “Redemption” is an allegory for depression and life difficulties that he himself once experienced. The novel, which is set off the northwest coast of Scotland, illuminates startling cycles of maturing and downfall experienced by the book’s main character – Callum Mor – a gifted child, master mariner, derelict drunk, who finally gains wisdom from a hard life’s journey. Callum Mor’s character is epic and takes the reader on a deep Hero’s Journey. His failings and misery are ultimately conquered when he saves the life of a young girl and comprehends the fragility and beauty of human existence.

Redemption is a companion to “Trailing Sky Six Feathers: One Man’s Journey with His Muse,” which was also published in 2014.

Please visit IanPrattis.com for more information on either book.

“Redemption”

By Ian Prattis
Price: $15.99
ISBN: 978-1-4990-1234-7
Available at: Amazon, Xlibris and Barnes & Noble online bookstores

About the Author
Ian Prattis is a poet, Professor Emeritus, founder of Friends for Peace and a spiritual warrior for planetary care and social justice. Ian now lives with his wife Carolyn in the west end of Ottawa where the Pine Gate Meditation Hall is located in the lower level of their home. Since retiring from Carleton University in 2007, he has authored four books on dharma, two on the environment, a legend/autobiographical combo and this novel. He enjoys the freedom to create at his own pace and has yet to discern the ordinary meaning of retirement.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE**

EDITORS: For review copies or interview requests, contact:
Ryan Simpson | 317-275-2057 | rsimpson@bohlsengroup.com
(When requesting a review copy, please provide street address.)

Purchase Options for Redemption:

You can buy my new book, Redemption in any of the following ways:

An Autographed Softcover Version is available by visiting my website’s Redemption Page. On that page, scroll down and click on the ORDER BOOK tab.

Located on the ORDER BOOK tab are also options for ordering Hardcover, Softcover and E-Book versions of Redemption from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and the publsiher, Xlibris! To make things simpler here are the links:

Xlibris
XLIBRIS: Hardcover, Softcover and E-Book

Amazon
AMAZON: Hardcover
AMAZON: Paperback
AMAZON: KINDLE E-Book

Barnes & Noble
BARNES & NOBLE: Hardcover
BARNES & NOBLE: Paperback
BARNES & NOBLE: NOOK E-Book

On the website you can also find more information about the book
and the author, Ian Prattis.


Press Releases, Awards and Recognition:

Ian Prattis Failsafe

The Silver Medal was awarded to Failsafe: Saving the Earth from Ourselves in the Nature Conservation category of the Evergreen Medals in the 2014 Living Now Awards.

See the Press Release on IndependentPublisher.com

The book is now out of print but I have several boxes of paperback copies of the book. If you wish to obtain one, please use the secure ordering links on the books website at: FailsafeBook.ca

You can also purchase an ebook version from Amazon.


Pine Gate Mindfulness Community

Ian Prattis Pine Gate Mindfulness CommunityPine Gate is a Zen Buddhist community practicing Engaged Buddhism inspired by Thich Nhat Hanh, the Dalai Lama and Sulak Sivaraksa. It has created an engaged expression for peace, social justice and planetary care in the community.

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Ian Prattis Friends for Peace

Friends for Peace

Friends for Peace Canada is a coalition of groups working for peace, planetary care and social justice by promoting these ideas within our communities and around the globe.

Learn More


Ian Prattis is an Author, Poet, Professor Emeritus, Founder of Friends for Peace and Spiritual Warrior for Planetary Care, Peace and Social Justice.

Zen teacher since 1997, he offers retreats and public talks all over the world. Ian encourages people to find their true nature, so that humanity and the planet may be renewed.

Kevin O’Donnell Brings Passion and Perspective to the Legal Field with “Tales from the Oldest Profession”

Kevin O'DonnellAs a practicing lawyer, Kevin O’Donnell had 43 years of law experience in the commercial transactions legal field. In his new, current writing role of a year, he has developed extensive knowledge in published works about people in comical situations. His work now is spending two to three days a week catching up with friends, writing a novel and articles for a newspaper, and developing plots for three or four books.

"Tales from the Oldest Profession" by Kevin O'DonnellMr. O’Donnell just finished writing “Tales from the Oldest Profession,” which is a novel about the law. He believes that law is, in fact, the oldest profession. Even in the most primitive society, there were rules, so people had to administer them and comply with contracts and agreements. His writing is about incidents, stories and characters that have derived from his years in the legal field. He is working on several more articles and books.

Lilian White’s Book “In Love’s Time” Garners Critical Acclaim

Lilian WhiteLilian White has 10 years of authorship experience. She has expertise in creative writing, marketing and writing reviews on other works. Her writing resulted in the documentary “Leathers from Hell.” Her published novels “Emmanuel” and “In Love’s Time” have digital versions that are being offered to publishers in India. She is continuing to write contemporary and historical romance, and also published a sci-fi/fantasy book last year. She intends to further her global presence. Ms. White separates herself from other novelists through her ability to write captivating stories in any genre.

“When I write, I always think of my readers and try to take them on the adventure of their life,” Ms. White explains. “Passion just oozes through me for my craft because I want to bring to readers a unique and entertaining experience, a great escape from their normal routines. I wish to thank them for their support, and I hope they continue reading my novels. I also wish to thank everyone associated with my career. People such as David Mayne, Robert Fletcher of SBPRA and his staff, the literary agent that told him about me, and my family, and Gary. Each in their own way, these people have supported me through the highs and the lows of my career. At times, they gave me the courage to continue writing when I thought I’d never succeed. They are very special to me!”

Lilian White BookMs. White was raised in Queensland, and has also lived in Penang and New Zealand. In the 1990s, she worked through a recruiting agency for the health department, the education department, the cancer research department, and the statistician’s office in Brisbane. She also worked in other areas; she was a nurse and an English tutor.

She has been successful because of hard work, application, discipline, pushing herself the extra mile, her literary agent, strategic work, and being good at marketing; she was once invited by a group of writers in London to help promote her work. She became involved in her profession because she had been writing a novel while living in Penang. When she moved back to Australia, she attended a playwriting class with Chris Van Roy, who offered to look at her work. She gave it to him, he liked it and said she should finish and publish it. Ms. White believes in treating other people the way that she would like to be treated herself. She feels that family is a critical component to a person’s well-being, and she feels strongly about lending support to orphans.

Ms. White’s passion for writing took her to college and to university seeking more knowledge. She earned a Graduate Certificate in Arts (Creative Writing) from QUT, having also earned a Certificate of Achievement from IML, JCU, and a Diploma from The Writing School at Mona Vale. She was also educated at Our Lady of Good Counsel College.

She has won numerous awards and honors, among them: a Letter from Lady-in-Waiting to H.R.H. from The Princess of Wales at Buckingham Palace (1986); a Certificate of Achievement from the Institute of Modern Languages at James Cook University in Townsville, Queensland; Merit Award Certificates; and two honorable mentions in the News Digest International.

In recognition of all her achievements, she was recently inducted into Worldwide Branding. She also maintains affiliations with the Book Publishers’ Association of America and LinkedIn Writers’ Groups. She supports Feed the Homeless.

Ms. White’s novels can be viewed at http://www.1stmist.com, http://www.amazon.com, Kindle, Barnes & Noble, and bookstores throughout the United States, and http://sbpra.com/lilianwhite. Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing Co., now wants to introduce Lilian’s novels into bookstores throughout Australia. He hopes book buyers will contact Andrew Bayer at Andrew@PublishOnDemandGlobal.com.

Sue Boatright Provides Comfort and Guidance for Readers Suffering from Romantic Breakups with “Yours Truly”

Sue BoatrightSue Boatright has been enjoying an exciting career in the publishing industry. The author of Yours Truly, which was released in 2009 by Tate Publishing, has spent five years as a published author, and is proud to have embarked on a professional journey as a writer which has led her down a path of success after making a decision to pursue her longstanding love of writing.

Ms. Boatright was inspired to become an author by the encouragement she received from her college professors, who often remarked upon the quality of her work. Today, Ms. Boatright’s writing falls into the Christian romance fiction genre, and she feels her success in the profession is due to her strong faith in God, as well as the support of her family. Yours Truly explores the decisions that one woman must make after the untimely demise of a relationship with a man in whom she fully invested, emotionally and spiritually.

'Yours Truly' by Sue BoatrightFrom her website:

“In ‘Yours Truly,’ the inspiring novel by new author Sue Boatright, Patricia Covington must deal with this very situation. Unable to face family and friends after her fiance suddenly marries someone else, she heads for her deceased grandparents’ cottage beside a secluded lake in Wyoming. There she finds an anonymous note signed Yours Truly. At first, the mysterious notes and the letters that follow from Yours Truly seem threatening, but they eventually bring comfort and guidance to her life. Completely caught off guard, Patricia, although wanting to turn her back on God and her Christian upbringing, finds it impossible to run from Him. Homesick and with no friends her own age, will Patricia find the strength to turn back to God? Can she submit to God’s will and find He has much more in store for her than she ever planned for herself.”

Ms. Boatright’s book is available on tatepublishing.com, amazon.com and abebooks.com.