Posted by The Publisher on August 23rd, 2015 | 0 comments
Bring a little love into your life
Love comes alive in Windswept
Now available – pre-launch paperback version of Windswept at a special publisher’s discount.
Owain Glyn’s Windswept – Poems of Love containing 107 inspiring and heart-felt poems, has been read over 2 million times on the popular Wattpad online community of authors, writers and poets.
Owain is a Welsh exile, currently living on the wild coast of Cornwall, UK, a land of legend, from King Arthur, and Merlin, to mermaids, pirates, and smugglers.
Inspired by his surroundings and his love of words he writes on a wide range of subjects, from romance, to humour, politics, dark spiritual matters, and children’s poetry. He writes in a style which he hopes is accessible to all.
And if you want to know more about Owain, see the just-published interview by Phoenix Rainex on her site.
Bring some love into your life – order your copy here for $9.95
Windswept – Poems of Love
List Price: $10.99
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White Bleed on Cream paper
Publication – September 2015
Outer Banks Publishing Group
Posted by The Publisher on August 3rd, 2015 | 0 comments
21 Books From The Last 5 Years That Every Woman Should Read
The Huffington Post | By Nina Bahadur
The one struggle of being a woman who reads is that you want to read everything. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by bestseller lists, because there just isn’t enough time in the day to read every hot new book. Between near-constant recommendations of amazing memoirs, new sequels and a terrifyingly long list of bookmarked Internet longreads, it can be stressful to choose what you should pick up next. Knowing which classics you’re missing from your reading repertoire is easy — it’s a little harder to remember what you’ve missed from three years ago.
We’ve done a little bit of the hard work for you (or maybe just increased your book stress… sorry) by pulling together a list of incredible titles from the past few years that you should add to the pile on your bedside table. These books by women are just a few of the incredible titles published recently — an exhaustive list would be hundreds of books longer. Those listed here are some of the most-discussed, thought-provoking and life-changing books from a diverse group of women writers. They make you rethink what being a feminist means, offer life advice to women of all ages, and reinforce your long-held belief that Tina and Amy should be your best friends and life coaches forever. The novels are some of the finest writing from woman authors. From lighthearted memoirs to harrowing thrillers, there’s a genre here for everyone.
Here are 21 books published in the past 5 years that all women should read>
Posted by The Publisher on June 28th, 2015 | 0 comments
Never Judge a Book by its Cover
Read with Pride.
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Posted by The Publisher on May 13th, 2015 | 0 comments
image by Jayel Aheram, StressedTechnician
By Nate Hoffelder from Ink, bits & Pixels
Earlier today I posted an argument against authors writing for shorter attention spans. I argued that attention spans weren’t actually getting shorter; instead, readers will stick with a book which interests them no matter the interruption. I still think that is a good argument, but it’s not the only one I could make. An article… Read More »
Source: Here’s Another Reason Not to Fear Short Attention Spans: The Slow Reading Movement | Ink, Bits, & Pixels
Posted by The Publisher on May 11th, 2015 | 0 comments
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Books are great escapes
Publisher’s Note: Kara Cronin a contributor to Elite Daily and Gen Y’er put this list together of 10 books Millennials should read this year. Call it your 2015 book reading bucket list.
By Kara Cronin
As a single, adventurous 20-something, I have found books to be the greatest companion and reading to be the best escape from my current reality: Job searching, Netflix and constantly attempting to navigate the balance of being a fun, carefree postgrad and a serious young professional.
I have found comfort in plopping myself down at a coffeeshop, opening a good book and escaping to an alternate universe where I can forget about my troubles and spend time acquainting myself with fictional characters.
When I find a book in which the words on the pages come to life, I know I’ve found a keeper.
Something about experiencing the characters’ ups and downs alongside them makes me feel connected, like I’m getting to go on their adventures with them.
In attempt to help my fellow Millennials add a little spice to their lives while expanding their minds, I put together a reading list of my 10 favorite reads from the past year.
These books will make you laugh, cry, smile and question. Click here to see Kara’s list>