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All Star Press children’s book “Goodnight, Boone” is the first ever children’s book about Boone, North Carolina, the picturesque town in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Home to Appalachian State University, Boone is a popular tourist destination and ski haven.
This full-color book is available in both print and e-book format (PDF). This wonderful book about the Blue Ridge Mtn. town of Boone, North Carolina can be downloaded instantly to share with your children.
Author Yogi Collins grew up in Boone and while she loves that the High Country is filled with interesting and quirky people, she is also fascinated by how people end up in this little slice of heaven. A television producer and writer by trade, Collins lives in Boone and this is her first book.
“I started working on this project several years ago,” explained Collins. “It’s been a dream of mine to produce children’s books and the idea of doing one about my home town was the perfect place to start.”
Published in the fall of 2012, “Goodnight, Boone” is also available in print from the publisher All Star Press or on major retail sites such as BN.com and Amazon.com, where it is rated 100% five stars.
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About Boone, North Carolina
Boone acquired its name from the famous pioneer and explorer Daniel Boone, who is believed to have camped at a site within the present city limits on several occasions.
Incorporated in 1872, Boone has the highest elevation (3,300 feet) of any town of its size (over 10,000 population) east of the Mississippi River.
Located off the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway, Boone offers visitors a four-season playground for sports and outdoor activities. Boone is recognized by travel journalists as an “ultimate outdoor adventure destination” in the Southeast. It is also home to the Appalachian Regional Medical Center, scores of large and small businesses, as well as numerous nearby tourist attractions such as Grandfather Mountain which is prominently featured in “Goodnight, Boone.”
“Angel Gabriel” Now Available in e-book
It was January 9, 1997. Outside of her home in Monroe, Michigan, it was cold, windy and snowing. Inside, Joy LaPlante was counting her blessings for a warm house and thinking how glad she was that she didn’t have to go outside. Joy was startled by the sound of her phone ringing. It was her good friend Honey.
“Joy, did you hear what happened?” “No. What?” she answered.
Joy felt her heart sink as Honey continued, “They’re saying it’s in a field in Ida.”
What follows is the true story in the aftermath of Comair crash 3272, the only major, commercial airline crash in the United States in 1997 and the first incident following the crash of TWA 800. Originally written and self-published in 1999 by author Joy LaPlante, “Angel Gabriel – A True Story” has been updated and re-released in all e-book formats by publishing house All Star Press.
“When I wrote the book, I just sat down and wrote it,” explained Joy. “I just told the story of my experience with the Angel Gabriel. I never thought in a million years I would write a book and become a published author. It is just something that happened. I am just a simple woman who told my story, in my own words, to help spread the message.”
Offered at the introductory price of only $2.97, “Angel Gabriel – A True Story” is now available in all e-book formats from leading retailers Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords and direct from the publisher at AllStarPress.com.
Book reviewers and bloggers should contact the publisher at email@example.com to request a copy.
About All Star Press
All Star Press is a print and digital publishing firm based out of Tarpon Springs, Florida with a specialization in e-books. Founded in 2011, All Star Press is the publisher of 10 books, including “Sleep Great for Life,” “The Road to Recovery” and “Getting Seen.” The firm publishes in both print and e-book formats. Learn more at www.allstarpress.com.
It was the beginning of the New Year, 1997. Outside of her home in Monroe, Michigan, it was cold, windy and snowing. Inside, Joy LaPlante was counting her blessings for a warm house and thinking how glad she was that she didn’t have to go outside. Joy was startled by the sound of my phone ringing. It was her good friend Honey.
“Joy, did you hear what happened?” “No. What?” she answered.
“I turned on my police scanner,” Honey continued, her voice serious. “Joy, there has been a plane crash!”
Joy felt her heart sink as Honey continued. “They’re saying it’s in a field in Ida.”
They listened to what was being said on the scanner and could hear a fireman’s voice quivering as he spoke. “We don’t know what kind of plane this is, but it looks like a disaster.”
The fireman spoke again, “Call in Petersburg, Deerfield and Monroe. Put everybody else on standby, we’re going to need help. We need to find out what type of plane this was, and how many were on.”
Two weeks later on the night of January 23, Joy felt the presence of someone standing over her, watching her. She was afraid to open her eyes for fear of what she would see. Joy just knew if she opened her eyes there would be someone standing there looking at her. She laid there thinking, maybe it was the spirit of her grandmother or grandfather, but somehow she knew it wasn’t. She started saying The Lord’s Prayer and then started praying that whatever was there would go away.
However, just then, with her eyes closed, Joy saw the most beautiful face she had ever seen. His eyes were as blue as the sky on a day full of sunshine with no clouds. The blue part of his eyes had purple running through it and gold flecks that sparkled. At first, she just stared at his eyes in total awe.
Then she realized her eyes were open, and the feeling of love was overwhelming. So overwhelming in fact, that Joy thought her chest and heart were going to explode. She was no longer scared. She looked at him and said “Hello.”
This is true story in the aftermath of ComAir crash 3272, the only major, commercial airline crash in the United States in 1997. Originally written and self-published in 1999 by author Joy LaPlante, “Angel Gabriel – A True Story” has been updated to be re-released in all e-book formats by publishing house All Star Press. The release date is Monday, June 24, 2013.
Book reviewers and bloggers should contact the publisher at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a free advance copy by email.
There are two types of callings: the loud, drama-filled, unmistakable directions that make the good Bible stories, and the quieter, more subtle, personal nudges meant for one person. These latter ones are not intended for public viewing. They are soft, personal, one-to-one messages from God to someone for whom He has a purpose. Maybe for you.
Of the two types of callings, the quieter ones are the more common, but less understood. These are ones that Jesus and so many others experienced in biblical times…and today. It’s these quieter callings Hale teaches the reader to hear. These are much more subtle than the dramatic ones. These messages cascade gently down from on high, and we do hear them, but we often do not listen to them.
The great physicist Albert Einstein understood the goodness of God – like most people do – but he also understood the quietness of so many of God’s greatest works and how we often miss his messages or think he’s being elusive or tricky. Einstein observed that “God is subtle, but He is not malicious.” Yes, God is deep and profound, but not devious. Understanding God often baffles and confuses us, but there is no deception, no false path. God places the cookie jar within our sight, and invites us to stretch to reach it, without any traps in the way. He calls to us in quiet, subtle ways, and none of His callings are evil or misguided. There are no tricks, no deceit, no misdirection.
In “Quiet Spaces” author James Hale teaches you the simple steps to make your work your calling. This influential book includes an easy-to-use 45-day devotional on career choices that everyone can benefit from.
“Any young person who reads this book and follows its suggestions is bound to become a better and happier person.” Bethany Holt – Entrepreneur
“Even though I am past choosing a vocation in life, I still have a road to finish traveling. This book has helped tremendously.” Angela Masters, Retiree
“God often speaks to us in ‘gentle whispers’ (just ask Elijah). Quiet Spaces will prepare you to hear God’s call to your heart. This is another great resources for Christian workers from a great Christian organization–Path Choices.” James Smith- – Senior Minister, Mt Carmel Chirstian Church, Cynthiana, KY
Are you dealing with insomnia? Do you feel that no one or nothing can help with your insomnia, and that friends and family who do not have sleep disorders simply can’t related to your problem?
In a 2007 study approximately 64 million Americans regularly suffer from insomnia each year, and there is little doubt that this massive number has grown in the past four years. Fifty-eight percent of adults in the U.S. experience symptoms of insomnia a few nights a week or more. This is a serious problem and you are not alone. The painful fact is the prescription and over-the-counter sleep aids are not a good long term solution, and in too many cases, not even a good short term solution.
Fortunately there is a break-through new book that can get you on the path to eliminating insomnia permanently from your life.
In the new book “Sleep Great for Life” published in June by All Star Press, you will learn:
Proper Sleep Hygiene – Laying the Foundation for a Great Night’s Sleep (Chapter 4). Here you will learn 15 different factors that can negatively affect your night’s rest and prevent you from getting the sleep your body needs.
The Step-by-Step Solution for Great Sleep for Life (Chapter 8). This is the heart and soul of the book, where you will learn how to take a serious problem and turn it into a positive aspect of your life. Sleep will no longer be a thorn in your side. Instead, sleep will offer the restorative hours that your mind and body needs each day.
Please note that, although this book is jam packed with great information about sleep disorders, this is not a medical guide or study.
Don’t go another night without giving yourself the best chance at overcoming your sleep disorder. If you are sleep deprived, this book is for you. Order “Sleep Great for Life” today, the latest publication from All Star Press, Books that Change Lives. This ground-breaking work is now available in all e-book formats through Smashwords and the Kindle from Amazon.