An Old Lesson Is Learned Again

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By Nancy Basile, Guest Blogger

When I opened the package from Skyhorse Publishing to see three of Jodi Taylor’s novels, the steampunk-meets-Renaissance book covers threw me. These were not trendy images with minimalist design and solid fonts, nor were they fanciful landscapes topped with cursive … Read More

Clean Cooking

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By Mrs. Robin, Keeper at the Bookshelf

Clean Cooking by Elisabeth Johansson isn’t just about putting on an apron in an effort to keep the kitchen clean. It also means putting on an apron to provide the most nutritious food possible for your family. Intolerance to certain … Read More

How to Lose a Fortune in the Oil Patch

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Author Leland Faust offers his take on the entropy of Barron’ oil predictions. Barron’s October 24, 2016 issue touts its 12th annual Art of Successful Investing conference. Included in the table of contents for its article and interviews from that … Read More

From Previvor to Survivor

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By Angela Schmidt Fishbaugh, M.Ed., CET II, Author
book about surviving breast cancer - cancer survivor memoir

I tested positive in 2009 for the BRCA1 deleterious mutated gene. Back then, at the age of forty-one, I became a previvor. I made the decision to undergo a prophylactic bilateral mastectomy followed by a total hysterectomy. I had both surgeries within … Read More

Peyton Manning: A Quarterback for the Ages

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By Craig Kelley, Jim Saccomano & Sports Publishing

Authors Jim Saccomano and Craig Kelley each had a special vantage point from which to observe and appreciate future Hall of Fame quarterback, Peyton Manning. Saccomano retired as the Vice President of public relations for the Denver Broncos after spending … Read More

Fear and Voting on the Campaign Trail ’16

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By Professor Arthur Blaustein, Author

Professor Arthur Blaustein As if the country doesn’t have enough problems, a new malady has hit the American public—ESD (Election Stress Disorder) has affected more than half the voters in the nation. According to a new report by the American … Read More

Skyhorse Publishing 10th Anniversary Celebration!

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By Amy Singh, Editorial Assistant
CEO Tony Lyons Skyhorse Publishing 2016 successful entrepreneur growing publishing company

Skyhorse Publishing recently celebrated a huge milestone: its tenth anniversary! The sales and finance team “kicking-off” the night! (Left to Right) Kathryn Mennone, Director, Special Markets & National Accounts; Ming Liu, Sales Assistant; Giselle Rosado, Customer Service Manager; Jody Faulkner, … Read More

Facing Ted Williams

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Excerpt by MLB Pitcher Marty Kutyna

Check out this excerpt from Dave Heller’s collection “Facing Ted Williams” about ballplayers taking on one of baseball’s all-time greats The first time I faced Ted Williams in 1960 as pinch-hitter was on May 4th. I came in relief with … Read More

Tony Lyons Celebrates with Jesse Ventura

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By Amy Singh, Editorial Assistant

Skyhorse Publisher Tony Lyons, left, with Jesse Ventura, New York Times bestselling author of Jesse Ventura’s Marijuana Manifesto. In early September, Skyhorse publisher Tony Lyons hosted a party for New York Times bestselling author and former governor of Minnesota, Jesse … Read More


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By Nicola Hassapis, Guest Blogger
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Author Sarah Glenn Marsh’s debut novel Fear the Drowning Deep was released by Sky Pony Press on October 11, 2016. Set against the mystical backdrop of the Isle of Man in 1913, this YA book follows protagonist Bridey as she grapples … Read More

Snakes… My Favorite Animal

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By Sam Levitz, Assistant Managing Editor
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The summer of 2014 was my last summer working as a camp counselor. I had been working the gig for seven years at this point and I was a pro at getting kids involved in the different camp activities. Kids … Read More