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Death-defying Dog Publishes Road Trip Memoir, Accounting of the Fall 2016 National Mood

B.T. Frug is a 120-year-old dog and first-time author. He recounts his many life experiences in his new book, American Dog: 117 Years of Humping Around America, Including a Marvelous Journey with Johnny O’Shea, Jr.

San Antonio, TX – USA, February 28, 2020 — B.T. Frug is a 120-year-old dog and first-time author. He recounts his many life experiences (and those of his former owners) in his new book, American Dog: 117 Years of Humping Around America, Including a Marvelous Journey with Johnny O’Shea, Jr. The book is part memoir and part travelogue, according to Frug’s former owner/travel companion and fellow author, Johnny O’Shea, Jr., who is coordinating the book’s publication. It is, perhaps, something like a roman à clef: The road trip it details is definitely nonfiction and the veracity of the rest is a mystery.

“You don’t have to do ‘something great,’ you just have to do something”: New Children’s Book Redefines “superhero”

Seth Pietsek thought that he was writing a business book about how peoples’ worth is understood and valued in the working world but, instead, his nine-year-old daughter Sofia unwittingly led him to write a children’s book.

San Antonio, TX – USA | February 10, 2020 — Seth Pietsek thought that he was writing a business book about how peoples’ worth is understood and valued in the working world but, instead, his nine-year-old daughter Sofia unwittingly led him to write a children’s book. Samantha Strong Becomes Super, the first of an anticipated series, has the same emphasis as that business book: Empathy is a superpower and taking care of others is a fundamental way to find depth and meaning in life.

A Mission and a Message to Promote Access to Education

In Haiti, only 40% of the population is taught how to read, which means that the majority of the population is illiterate. Access to education is a sweeping issue that affects millions of people.

San Antonio, TX – USA, October 23, 2019 — In Haiti, only 40% of the population is taught how to read, which means that the majority of the population is illiterate. Access to education is a sweeping issue that affects millions of people. Corruption in the government and lack of funding are major systemic barriers which prevent widespread reform.

“Students with Autism Have Something to Teach All of Us” – Says Educator Brooke Rutledge

Rates of autism are rising in the United States, and there is no clear explanation as to why this is happening.

San Antonio, TX – USA, October 23, 2019 — Rates of autism are rising in the United States, and there is no clear explanation as to why this is happening. One clear challenge that classrooms across the country face is how to identify and help cultivate the unique talents that these students bring to the learning environment.

With nearly a decade of experience in the classroom, special educator Brooke Kodish Rutledge has seen firsthand the impact that a unique student can have on those around her. For Rutledge, her student, Clara, became a special inspiration.

Ice Cream Scientist Shows Children How to Make Their Own Fun in the Kitchen

With a certificate in culinary arts, Geno III has come to be known as the ice cream scientist. He explains that he decided to experiment on new flavors and recipes with his own children first.

San Antonio, TX – USA, October 9, 2019 — Children and teenagers today are spending more time on cell phones and screens than ever before. For parents, it can be difficult to limit screen time and direct their children to more creative activities not involving cell phones.

Ice Cream Scientist Shows Children How to Make Their Own Fun in the Kitchen

With a certificate in culinary arts, Geno III has come to be known as the ice cream scientist. He explains that he decided to experiment on new flavors and recipes with his own children first.

San Antonio, TX – USA, October 9, 2019 — Children and teenagers today are spending more time on cell phones and screens than ever before. For parents, it can be difficult to limit screen time and direct their children to more creative activities not involving cell phones.

Award-Winning Author and Journalist Empowers Women to Overcome Fear

As an Emmy award-winning anchor and author, Romona Robinson has interviewed thousands of people who are struggling in jobs they hate, strapped by their finances, children not measuring up, relationships gone bad, or poor health.

San Antonio, TX – USA, October 9, 2019 — If you have been controlled by voices of fear, failure, and doubt, you’re like thousands of women who feel trapped by fear and circumstance. Romona Robinson knows this all too well. As an Emmy award-winning anchor and author, she has interviewed thousands of people who are struggling in jobs they hate, strapped by their finances, children not measuring up, relationships gone bad, or poor health. They have grown weary, searching for answers about why God has not come to their rescue while everyone else is seemingly living their best life.

Hola Publishing Internacional Brings New Talent, Providing Unparalleled Services in Mexico

For the first time, authors and companies can access print-on-demand services, securing competitive pricing for high-quality printing as well as ****** distribution.

Mexico City, Mexico, 8th August, 2019 — Hola Publishing is changing the publishing landscape in Mexico. For the first time, authors and companies can access print-on-demand services, securing competitive pricing for high-quality printing as well as ****** distribution.

Hola has filled a crucial gap in the Mexican publishing market—before Hola came to Mexico City, “there really wasn’t a self-publishing company that offered full publishing services,” founder and publisher Lisa M. Umina explains. Comprehensive services include cover design, interior layout, editing, and extensive marketing. Umina herself works from the Mexican headquarters.

Cheryl Roy-Laber Uses Humor to Promote Anti-Bullying Message

More than 150 million Americans play video games, and 60 percent play video games on a daily basis with the average video gamer spending nearly 29 hours with a game console each month.

San Antonio, TX, USA, November 22, 2018 — More than 150 million Americans play video games, and 60 percent play video games on a daily basis with the average video gamer spending nearly 29 hours with a game console each month. By week, this accounts for three to five hours playing games on a device.

Frances Ellen Walsh Embarks on an Unforgettable Journey

In our globalized world, there is cross-cultural contact that increasingly spans international borders. While online resources provide greater opportunities for travel, there is also more information about violence, conflict, and unrest in distant destinations.

San Antonio, TX, USA, September 5, 2018 — According to the U.S. State Department, travelers to Kashmir, India, are encouraged to exercise increased caution due to crime and terrorism. But Frances Ellen Walsh was not deterred from traveling thousands of miles on a journey that would irrevocably change her life.

Linda A. Goodlin Delves into Immigrant Past, Conveys Important Message for Today

It was over a hundred years ago that her grandparents immigrated to the United States, but Linda A. Goodlin knew their story was a compelling one she had to share.

San Antonio, TX (USA), April 5, 2018 — It was over a hundred years ago that her grandparents immigrated to the United States, but Linda A. Goodlin knew their story was a compelling one she had to share. Intrigued by their journey and experiences, Goodlin began researching her hometown, Rocktown, Pennsylvania.