Buzzy Martin speaking to Judges and Attorneys from Sonoma, Marin and Napa Counties, CA about his book “Don’t Shoot! I’m the Guitar Man” published by Penguin Book Group about his message of EDUCATION-NOT-INCARCERATION and the Prodigy Motion Picture based on his book.
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Anissa has been an essential piece in helping grow my business. She is very knowledgeable in her field and is a trusted resource. She was especially key in helping me with publishing my cookbook. I felt at ease knowing I had her with me through the process. She helped me to know what to watch for in the contract and make sure that I got the product that I wanted.
She was also helpful in choosing which publisher to go with. She was able to point out the pros and cons to both sides in order to help me make the right choice for me. She is a very trustworthy individual with expertise in her field.
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About Mashable, "With an excess of 5 million monthly pageviews, Mashable is the world's largest blog on social networking."
"Mashable is written by Pete Cashmore, a new media expert. It ranks among the Top 100 blogs worldwide."
In 2002 he wrote a ground-breaking ebook called Power Linking. Downloaded by tens of thousands of website owners and SEOs, and still heralded as one of the most important guides to link building and SEO strategy, Power Linking put Jack on the map.
Anissa worked with Frank De Sales in promoting his first book, Devils Island (Margins Press, 2008). With a limited budget we were able to gain national radio press for this book, and had many in depth conversations with radio hosts all over the country. This US press introduced him to new readers.
Frank de Sales, a convert to traditional Roman Catholicism, was born in the suburb of Hillbrow (now a high rise slum) in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1974. He now holds a series of degrees, works as a lawyer and is married with a young son. He collects pets and is interested in martial arts and fascinated by history and language. He serves at the altar for a Traditional Latin Mass every Sunday.
What happens when a portal into hell opens on a tropical island hosting an exclusive resort for the super rich and powerful, a young Englishman arrives on the island after killing London's most notorious gangster and another steals an invite in an attempt to save a doomed relationship? Devil's Island tells the riveting story of an island dominated by a volcano that the stubborn resident priest believes to an opening into hell and has the remnants of a pitiful congregation and battle scars with evil to prove it.
Ultimately the new arrivals realize that they are in a place where the sole purpose of everything revolves around the satanic corruption of the world's most privileged. Haunting visions, possession, torment from the condemned the men knew earlier in their lives who are eager to see the arrivals join them in the pit and the promise of almost irresistible debauchery, force the young men to choose between giving into temptation or joining forces with the priest whose only weapons appear to be the sacraments and his faith. Ultimately, only a descent into hell itself will bring a stop to the horrors threatening the sanity and souls of everyone on Devil's Island.
Valerie Frankel is a bestselling novelist and an award-winning journalist. She's written twenty books, and contributed to dozens of publications including the New York Times, Self, Allure, Glamour, Parenting and Good Housekeeping. Her memoir, Thin Is the New Happy, about overcoming bad body image after 30 years of chronic dieting, was recently described as "Rueful, zestful and surprisingly funny," by the New York Times. Last year, Frankel collaborated with American legend Joan Rivers on her book, "Men Are Stupid and the Like Big Boobs: A Woman's Guide to Beauty Through Plastic Surgery." A movie based on her novel "The Accidental Virgin" is in the works (producer: Heather Graham), as well as a TV series based on her teen fiction series "Fringe Girl." She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband, two daughters and three cats.
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Since 1961, the Paul Anderson Youth Home has been a Christian residential home for troubled youth. The PAYH desire is to transform troubled teenagers and provide help for parents in crisis. Through their family ministries section they provide practical tools and resources to better equip families in raising children in the world today.
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The CyberHood Watch Partners
The proof is in the results: She is making the CyberHood Watch Partners (Dave and Bill) a household name. It's like I said, Anissa ROCKS!! When it comes 'PR'.
…and when I say proff here it is we are right next to couple of guys who build PC's we use everyday in the "CHW office"
Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard…
Google vs. Bing search for Dave and Bill Yahoo search for Dave and Bill & a social media search for Dave and Bill and how about this search: "CyberHood Watch" I don't think they have a enough room left on the first 100 for us to fill up!!
The CyberHood Watch investment of working with a publicity agent, and looking for ways to improve the CHW radio show really starts to pay dividends… Dave and Bill are elevated to the next level, and now potential guests are requesting to be on the show, and some guests request to come back again!
WOW!! So, many great guests (CEO’s, Presidents, Industry Leaders & Authors) stop by the CyberHoodWatch, it’s a really nice pat on the back for Dave & Bill letting them know, they truly are making a difference. Dave & Bill are going to have to make some big changes to the CHW format, for a starter they will be hosting their show at least 2 times a week, even 3 sometimes just to keep with all the top level interviews that have been scheduled, from around the world to visit the HOOD It really does pay to have a Publicist, a special thanks to: TPA for making Dave and Bill a household name.
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Journey of Honor
by Jaclyn M. Hawkes
A Journey Through the Refiner’s Fire
Disowned, she came to America anyway. Attacked and left pregnant by a vicious mob, she still pressed on. Finally, in spite of being accused of theft by the vilest of her attackers, Giselle tries to remain as upbeat and uncomplaining as a prairie wildflower as she travels on to Zion.
Thoroughly disillusioned with the ugliness and cruelty of slavery in the South, Trace Grayson leaves his young medical career to go west, hoping to leave bigotry and hatred behind. He begins taking goods by teamster train to sell in the territories. However, this fourth time across, in July of 1848, he’s stuck in St. Joseph, Missouri, waiting for enough wagons to join the train so that they can leave.
Knowing that if they don’t start west soon, they’ll be caught by snow in the mountains, Trace is thrilled when the final wagon signs on. Then, when the beautiful, young Dutch girl traveling with the last wagon is falsely accused of stealing and is detained, the whole trip is jeopardized. Thrown together by circumstance, Trace and Giselle team up to begin to figure out just how to make this epic journey across a continent a success.
With a deep sense of honor and an equally strong sense of humor, together they learn to deal with everything except the one trial that neither of them can overcome.
Jaclyn M. Hawkes grew up in Utah with 6 sisters, 4 brothers and any number of pets. (It was never boring!) She got a bachelor’s degree, had a career and traveled extensively before settling down to her life’s work of being the mother of four magnificent and sometimes challenging children. She loves shellfish, the out of doors, the youth and hearing her children laugh. She and her fine husband, their family, and their sometimes very large pets, now live in a mountain valley in northern Utah, where it smells like heaven and kids still move sprinkler pipe.