I am happy to announce that three new titles will be published by Palmer Creek August 1.
Linda M. Hasselstrom’s new book, “Write Now: Here’s How, Insights from six decades of writing” is in pre-release now, and available to order on Amazon.com. Forty essays on subjects as far-ranging as cleaning the top of the refrigerator, to tax advice will help you take your writing to a new level. Her experience as a woman rancher on the western prairie of South Dakota has stood her in good stead throughout her career. When she’s not helping other writers in her personal workshops at Windbreak House, she writes essays and longer form non-fiction. Find out more at her website at WindbreakHouse.com. The book will be available on Amazon, starting August 1.Buy Now
Ann Haber Stanton, who introduced Linda and I, also has her book, “Deadwood’s Jewish Pioneers, A Gold Rush Odyssey” headed for widespread distribution through Palmer Creek. With over 300 pages of text and historical photographs, this volume covers the history of Deadwood and the 1876 Gold Rush through the eyes of the Jewish pioneers who came in the early days. Building on her earlier work, Ann did exhaustive research over decades to produce this definitive text. I worked with Ann with design and publication assistance. It is available for pre-order on Amazon now.
And I’m pleased to announce that my third book of photographs is also available in both hardcover and paperback. “Southwestern Sojourn: A Photographer’s Journal” is a first-hand account of a canoe trip down the Green River in Utah, as well as a visual look at some of the Ancient Puebloan ruins that dot the Southwest. Illustrated with over 100 photographs in full color and text by the author, the book offers a unique perspective into a month-long road trip. Originally published as a limited edition via Blurb, the book is now available in a mass-market edition. Scheduled for release July 30, pre-sales are being taken on Amazon.