by Mob Media | Sep 28, 2018 | News
by Mob Media | Sep 12, 2018 | News
Patricia Gleichauf, author of Horses of the Sea, was recently recognized by the Florida Authors and Publishers Association (FAPA) in their national book awards contest.
Gleichauf was a gold medalist in the Children’s Picture Book Age 0-7 category!
To view the full press announcement and list of medalists, please click HERE.
by Mob Media | Sep 10, 2018 | News
Would you like another tool – perhaps the ultimate tool – to boost your book sales and gain valuable exposure to large book buying audiences
Page Publishing is proud to announce our newest alliance with Combined Book Exhibit. Recognizing the quality of the books in the Page Publishing catalogue, CBE was kind enough to offer preferential show placement and discounted exhibit fees to all Page Publishing authors. For only $290 per show (for print OR eBook version; limited to 1 format) or $370 per show (for BOTH print & eBook versions), CBE will transport and showcase your book to your choice of one of many worldwide book fairs and will list your book in CBE’s exhibit catalogue so that interested parties can contact you/us directly. In addition, your title will also be showcased in CBE’s online catalogue for one year. Please note, Page Publishing is not involved in this process other than offering the discounted price to our authors. CBE will handle everything on their end.
For more information, please visit THIS link which will take you directly to the CBE website and the Page Publishing registration page with the special pricing:
by Mob Media | Sep 7, 2018 | News
Rochell Weisfogel, author of The Lonely Ayil, was recently featured in an article printed in The Jewish Link this week for Rosh Hashana.
To view the article, please click HERE!
by Mob Media | Sep 4, 2018 | News
Jack Flowers, author of Rat Six, was recently featured in an article written by the Sun Journal. In the article, Jack Flowers recounts his Vietnam experiences as a “tunnel rat” .
The book is officially a work of fiction since Flowers changed everyone’s names and added romantic embellishments, but the story of lead character Clifford Price consists of Flowers’ Vietnam experience and his thoughts.
The book title refers to Flowers’ nickname “Rat Six.” The six is a designation for a leader or commander. Rat was for his team’s work underground.
To view the full article, please click HERE!