Writings By Drummer & Multi-instrumentalist Bill Rieflin in “Within Without” Now Available

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Within Without

Bill Rieflin photo by Tony Levin

photo by Tony Levin

New Annual Publication “Within Without” Shares Intimate Writings From Bill Rieflin – Drummer & Multi-instrumentalist With Bands Such As R.E.M and King Crimson

ASHEVILLE, NC, USA, January 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — This landmark issue of an independent annual print publication series that shares intimate perspectives into the hearts and minds of creatives unfolds over 90 pages of Bill Rieflin's personal correspondence with the editor, Iona Singleton, as he shares his intimate thoughts during the last four years of his life, from 2016 until his passing on the 24th March 2020. His letters are beautiful, sarcastic, and disturbing. He imbues the mundane with the whimsical, searching for a deeper meaning amid his own illness and the death of his wife, Francesca.

“I think sharing is a natural aspect of human experience. Sharing who we are is an expression of love.” – Bill Rieflin

Rieflin’s writings are accompanied by images from an array of leading photographers and graphic artists. Each of them expresses their unique creative perspective on the theme ‘a space for change’ as a starting point for the distinct narratives that unfold throughout.

To purchase: https://www.withinwithout.co.uk/shop/p/within-without-volume-i

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Treasure Hunter Uncovering the Case of a Lost Safe from a Dam Disaster

Desert Roamer Press is negotiating with ranch owners to film a documentary about the developing Arizona Territory and the Walnut Grove Dam disaster of 1890

CHEYENNE , WYOMING, UNITED STATES , January 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Greg Hawk, specializing in treasure hunting in the American Southwest, is currently in the process of negotiating with ranch owners near Prescott, Arizona to produce a documentary on their property.

The documentary will be based on Hawk’s own quest for answers to where exactly Bob Brow’s Saloon was located at the time the Walnut Grove Dam failed. Inside the saloon was a safe containing a safe with $5,000 to $10,000 and barrels of whiskey which disappeared. To this date, the safe has never been verified to be found.

There is a great deal of history surrounding this story which starts back in 1886 when they first started building the dam and at a time when Prescott, Arizona was the capital of the Arizona Territory. The documentary has a vast wealth of history to draw from, not only of the building of the dam but also of the gold and silver mining boom along with the railroads and stagecoaches bringing people and supplies to the new territory.

Greg Hawk and his esteemed colleague, Prof. Jim Fink, a geological engineer and physicist from Tucson, collaborated in researching the Walnut Grove Dam failure and gained extensive information from resources like magazine articles, newspapers, and history books. However, what kept eluding them was the exact location of Bob Brow’s Saloon during the dam failure.

Although the safe is suspected to be buried in the sands of the Hassayampa River, which is an intermittent river flowing predominantly Southwards towards Wickenburg, there are a number of speculations about where the Saloon was located. Various treasure hunters suggested maybe it was further downstream where a crew built a lower portion of the dam or it was closer to Wickenburg.

The Walnut Dam was 110 feet high, holding back nine billion gallons of water. The water that flowed out when the wall failed was 80 to 100 feet high and heading towards Wickenburg, where it started to flatten out to 20-foot-high waves. With this, the water rushing from the dam caused many to lose their lives, it’s reported that bodies were found 30 miles downstream from their original location and the force of the water tossed large boulders around as if they were balls.

More information about the Walnut Grove Dam Disaster of 1890 and it’s devastating consequences can be found in Jim Liggett’s book, ‘Arizona’s Worst Disaster: The Hassayampa Story 1886 – 2009’, which has been republished by Desert Roamer Press with permission from the author.

Greg and Jim’s research led them to visit the old Walnut Grove Dam site now located on a ranch. The family owning the ranch is the fourth generation, coming from a line of ranchers owning that land since 1909. The family gave Greg and Jim a tour of the dam ruins, including valuable information from old images of the dam and reservoir before its failure.

After visiting the dam site several times over a time period of a few months, Greg and Jim connected the dots that the information given by the ranch family could possibly point them to the actual location of Bob Brow’s Saloon. The ranch which covers 45 square miles along the Hassayampa River provides a perfect location for filming.

Raised in a small farm town in Illinois, Greg Hawk’s adventures and experiences are extensive. Before starting the Desert Roamer Press he owned and operated Fantasy Dive Charters in Port Douglas, Australia. He explored sunken ships and planes during his numerous diving expeditions throughout the Pacific. After college, Hawk served in the army, which led him to Vietnam. After his time in the army, he worked in commercial and civil construction, which led him to work on private and governmental water resource projects.

Currently, Hawk lives in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and his treasure hunting is mainly focused in the state of Arizona, occasionally also around the border with California. Find more information about his publications and treasure hunting adventures on the Desert Roamer Press website, where he regularly updates his Travel Blog and Videos, along with his latest book, ‘Random Tangents: Embracing Adventures in Life’, where he explores his life’s adventures and many challenges along the way.

About Desert Roamer Press

Desert Roamer Press is owned by adventure travel publisher, Greg Hawk, who specializes in treasure hunting in the American Southwest.

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The Legal Edition – Legal, Business & Policy News – Adds Podcasts to its Articles & National TV Programming Lineup

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The Legal Edition – Legal, Business & Policy News

Host, Mary Kay Elloian, MBA, JD, Esq.

Host, Mary Kay Elloian, MBA, JD, Esq.

The Legal Edition Host, Mary Kay Elloian & Renowned Expert on PTSD, Dr. Roger Pitman

The Legal Edition Host, Mary Kay Elloian & Renowned Expert on PTSD, Dr. Rober Pitman

The Legal Edition – Legal, Business & Policy News – Adds Podcasts to Nationally Syndicated TV Program & Articles. High-Profile Topics, Guests & Legal Analysis.

The Legal Edition – Provides Insightful, Educational Programming & Legal Analysis on Issues that Mainstream Media Ignores or Overlooks. Experts & Scholars sharing Knowledge & Information to Empower”

— Mary Kay Elloian, MBA, JD, Esq.

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, January 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Legal Edition – Legal, Business & Policy News award-winning TV programming, and its ‘In-the-News’ articles & publications has added Podcasts to its program lineup. Embarking on its ninth year in broadcasts, the discussion format provides viewers with thought-provoking insights, on high-profile issues.

From climate change to politics, women’s rights to immigrant rights, privacy rights to constitutional insights, racial justice to voting rights – analysis of the facts and the law – provides viewers with insightful, informative and engaging content.

Interviews with scholars, experts, NY Times Best-Selling Authors – even Nobel Prize recipients & nominees. Covered stories from legal and policy perspectives – aimed at the intellectually curious – wanting to learn more about topics and issues – affecting themselves, their families, their way of life – here in the US, and around the world.

A sampling of TV programming includes:

• The Sound of Silence: the Hidden Epidemic of Domestic Abuse & Trauma with Dr. Judith Herman of Harvard Medical School, Co-Founder of the Victims of Violence Program at Cambridge Hospital;

• Conquering the Enemy, the Memory Within with Dr. Roger Pitman of Harvard Medical School, expert on Trauma & PTSD;

• Election Security: Securing the Vote While Securing the System with International Cybersecurity Expert & New York Times Best-Selling Author, Bruce Schneier

• Reconstructing the Reconstruction: the Aftermath of Slavery, and the Continuing Fight for Equal Justice with Dr. Michael David Cohen, American University

• Liberty, Justice & Healthcare for None – Litigating the Affordable Care Act (ACA) During COVID with Attorney & Professor, Nicole Huberfeld, Boston University

• Where to Draw the Line? Dr. Daniel Breen discussing the deleterious effect of gerrymandering districts on ‘representative government’ – especially on people of color, and those in the lower income strata;

• Our Oceans, Our Survival, One Earth with the late Dr. James J. McCarthy of Harvard University, a member of the Nobel Prize winning panel of experts at the “first” Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), appointee of former President Obama to the U.S. Arctic Research Commission.

In addition to programming, the ‘In-The-News’ Articles & Publications provide new insights on issues that mainstream media ignores or overlooks.
From the rules on presidential pardons to those on treason and tyranny – it is explained in clear and insightful terms.

Samplings of ‘In-The-News’ Articles & Publications:

• Is there a traitor in the House?
• 14th Amendment Blueprint for Congressional Expulsion
– outlining the means of holding Congressional lawmakers accountable for their tyrannical acts against the nation they vowed to protect;

• Capitol & Lawmakers Under Siege: Capital Punishment for Treason, Sedition & Murder?
– outlining legal methods to hold ‘lawmakers’ – many now see as ‘lawbreakers’ accountable – all based on the Siege at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021;

• Pardon me Please? How Far Can a Trump Presidential Pardon Go…?
– Can a president be lobbied to pardon those to whom he has ties;

• Pendleton Act in Peril: Trump Dismantles 137 Year Old Civil Service Act Dislodging Gov’t Employees
– How Trump changed the rules making it easier to fire certain civil service employees, while making it harder to fire others – some put in place without qualifications to serve;

• Trump’s COVID Coverup: Panic Prevention or Criminal Homicide, the Art of Deception
– the reasons that Trump punted in telling the American people the truth about the lethality of COVID.

Learn all this and more from renowned experts and scholars in conversation with Host & Producer of The Legal Edition – Legal, Business & Policy News, Attorney Mary Kay Elloian.

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Christian Espinosa Announces a New Cybersecurity Guide “The Smartest Person in the Room”

LONDON, UK, January 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — In his book, “The Smartest Person in the Room: The Root Cause and New Solution for Cybersecurity” Christian Espinosa teaches the seven steps of his Secure Methodology to help boost awareness, communication, and mindset – all vital elements within every organization wanting to win the war against cybercrime.

The Smartest Person in the Room addresses common issues faced by people working in the field of cybersecurity. Christian Espinosa presents a solid solution to help companies protect themselves against cybercriminals. The author has decades of experience and many achievements in his field. Espinosa’s cybersecurity career includes roles as an US Air Force officer, DoD contractor, freelancer, entrepreneur, and business owner. He has a complete understanding of the fears and devastation cyberattacks can cause in business.

The book details how uncertainty and feelings of significance can hinder the personal and professional growth of even the brightest technical minds. According to Espinosa, the problems within the cybersecurity industry are caused by people, not a lack of cutting-edge technology. His experience has shown that technical people typically find it difficult to interact with others. This manifests through intellectual bullying and posturing.

Even though technical staff are naturally curious, they often fear showing this curiosity to the public, preferring to remain silent rather than allow people to think they lack knowledge. This fear of judgment is what prevents the essential communication required to effectively solve cybersecurity problems.

Espinosa uses his experience to focus on why the mentality of not wanting someone else to be the smartest person in the room perpetuates. It also influences management and their hiring strategies.

Insecurity, fear, defensiveness, and posturing are common among technical teams, and these all lead to complicated cybersecurity solutions. Teams should be more focused on prioritizing and offering solutions that are easy to implement. Espinosa knows that simple and easy are two different things because nothing can be achieved without some effort.

The seven steps of the Secure Methodology are each designed to boost internal and client relationships through listening and communication techniques. Espinosa knows that people skills (empathy, trust, listening, and vulnerability) are necessary to develop and refine.

Throughout his life, Christian Espinosa felt he had to relentlessly pursue success to overcome the sense of not belonging. From early on in his career, his willpower to be the best drove him to succeed in many things. Each achievement was dampened by his fear of getting too close to people.

It was only in 2014 that Espinosa realized his amazing professional and athletic achievements lacked fulfillment. His ego was getting in the way because it was keeping his mind closed to the support and good advice of others.

Espinosa says the book was an opportunity to share everything that took him years to realize. “It is a guide for leaders and technical employees to improve. Heightened cybersecurity can be achieved when the unknown becomes our strongest defense.”

Christian Espinosa recently said, “Statistically, given my childhood, I wasn’t likely to ‘succeed’.” This has not stopped him from achieving great things in his career or personal life. In “The Smartest Person in the Room”, Espinosa generously shares snippets from his life.

The Air Force Veteran and CEO of Alpine Security not only finds time to write, coach, and speak, but also holds multiple patents in cybersecurity. He also continues adding to his various sporting achievements. These include mountain climbing, skydiving, deep-sea diving, Ironman triathlons, and travel. He also teaches outdoor survival skills.

He continues to work and play hard, and his inspiring life story shows how someone living below the poverty line managed to become the founder and CEO of his own successful cybersecurity company.

Espinosa has said about his journey of self-awareness: “The next level of success took me a while to achieve. I realized that without a different approach, I would always be sidelined. Entrepreneurship woke me up to the fact that I needed emotional intelligence.”

In this book, you can share the remarkable journey of Christian Espinosa. The book is not only aimed at company executives and technical leaders, it is for anyone interested in learning skills needed to take a career and life to the next level. Espinosa shows how opening the self to fulfillment and belonging is the path to a more fulfilling life and career.

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Explore Authors books you should be reading this month

The Warrior and the Enchantress by Diana Sherrill Richards

The Warrior and the Enchantress by Diana Sherrill Richards

Breaking Baptist by Peter Spicer

Breaking Baptist by Peter Spicer

 Journey in a Journey: A Personalized Cookbook for your Cooking Journey by Lissa Turner

Journey in a Journey: A Personalized Cookbook for your Cooking Journey by Lissa Turner

Curl up & read hot new releases in fiction, nonfiction, and children's books – there's something for the entire family in our recommended list of amazing books

Amazing books to start the new year!”

— Explore Authors Magazine

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, January 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The following books are available in paperback and eBook formats at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and fine retailers everywhere.

FICTION

A beautiful and epic romance, The Warrior and the Enchantress by Diana Sherrill Richards is everything readers want in a medieval romance. Bright Star Romance ISBN: 978-0-578-82018-7

Patrick Holliday’s Whoooo Knows and Other Backyard Tales offers an intimate portrait of nature in this beautiful collection of literary stories that can be enjoyed by adults and youth alike. We heartily recommends this charming book. Snow Eagle, ISBN : 978-0-578-82676-9

Fans of the genre will not only love the heroine of this love triangle, in The Niche: Twin Flame Mysteries by Adah F. Kennon, but enjoy the suspense and romance driving pulsing this detective mystery. Sheba Enterprises ISBN :978-0578813912

Robert Bernardo’s outrageously funny horror story, Wisdom of the Ages, is every bit as thrilling as it is suspenseful. We enjoyed this fun, fast-paced story. Bernardo Entertainment Company LLC ISBN: 978-0-578-601410

The Silver Serpent by Andy Bazan is on sale now. This roaring sea fantasy filled with vengeance and adventure will have you on the edge of your seat. Readers of fantasy will absolutely love this story. We give it a huge thumbs up. Iron Tarantula Books, ISBN: 978-0-578-66254-1

Prolific author David Xu knows a thing about motorcycles and riding, and it shows in his fictional novel, Easy Riders: The Older Ones. Take a ride down memory lane in this nostalgic road trip. . Mountain View Press, ISBN: 978-0-9999035-2-0

Scot’s Honor: A Sam McKay Novel is an edge-of-your-seat page heart -pounding romantic thriller and the first in the Sam McKay series by K.M. Hardy. One of our favorite romantic thrillers. We heartily recommend. Picaty Press ISBN: 978-0578756660

Carl Messinger’s World War II time bending novel comes full circle with a twist that will knock you off of your feet in a story that spans decades in this solid romantic suspense, following a WWII pilot separated from his true love during the war. The German triangle is a mind-bending trip that will melt your hearts. Simply mesmerizing. Buy today! JKL Publishing 978-0578675206

Based upon actual events, Mahalo Memories chronicles the stories of captain, crew and guests between 1964-1976 off the waters of Bimini, sports-fishing, and crime in this pulsing high seas suspense by Boyd C. Hipp, II. We can't express how much we enjoyed it. Mahalo Books, ISBN: 978-0578757636

What if Elvis didn’t die? That’s exactly the question In A Conversation with the King, by D.M. Freedman, an alternative history and portrait of an Elvis Presley in 1977. He’s dying but does not want to die. Who does he turn to? A trusted rabbi! Disappearing his hard enough with his fame, but what if he actualizes it? An Amazing story, we give this book huge thumbs up. Skalater Press & Books, ISBN: 978-057875953-1

Sabrina Nixon’s folksy literary tales about women, love, and life is sure to attract readers of this genre in this enthralling collection of short stories. Highly enjoyable. Palm Tree Books ISBN : 978-0-578-79782-3

Peter Spicer's gripping book, Breaking Baptist, detailing why he left the evangelical fundamentalist religion is informative and eye opening for the faithful and secular alike. Spicewrite, ISBN: 978-0578801834

NONFICTION

There is beauty in simplicity, and genius in subtlety. Rivers, trees, sunsets, and love. A subtle blend where nature meets life. Haimnauth Ramkirath’s fourth work, Unsung Verses is deeply personal and a pleasure to read. Poetry is not only alive, but lush and warm. A solid recommend. New Sunrise Press ISBN: 978-1736373309

Dan Glassenberg explores the innerworkings of pledging and fraternities and his experiences in the Delta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi in 1990-1991. This book is an excellent read for anyone interested in student life, pledging a frat or enjoy reading a good book. Holden Books ISBN: 978-0-578-82900-5

Chef Lissa Turner’s Journal in a Journal: A Personalized Cookbook for your Cooking Journey offers easy to prepare, delicious meals for anyone who enjoys cooking.. Chef Turner’s meals are sure to delight your guests and the recipes are fun to cook.. Journey in a Journal is a must-keep. Elle Cee Tee, ISBN: 978-0578805238

Monschau’s Lucky 38th by Jason Boswell recounts the historical WWII Battle of the Bulge in epic detail. We recommend this great historical read. Red Karnage Publishing ISBN-13: 978-0-578-789316

Too often we find ourselves not realizing we are in a nightmare until it is far too late, according to Taylor Routley in her memoir< Wrong Kind of Love which chronicles her marriage, everything that went wrong, and how she found her voice. An informative and empowering read. Mending Hearts ISBN: 978-0578822181

Kathy Gillcrist's book, It's in my Genes, offers riveting look at the role genetics played in the author’s personality, stunning secrets behind her adoption. An intriguing read and history. Pulse, LLC ISBN: 978-0-578-78812-8

CHILDREN'S BOOKS

Patrick the Pudgy Penguin by C. Robert Moore – Parents and children alike will love this heartwarming lesson about bullying, courage, and being a hero. A wonderful lesson and a beautiful story for the family to read together. Hard Luck Hippie Productions, ISBN: 978-0578736600

C. Collier’s adorable adventure about a Lizard, looking for a bit of adventure is sure to spark your child’s imagination. Louie Lizard and the Stowaway Adventure is fun, exciting, and a great bedtime story. Imaginative Mind Books, ISBN-13 : 978-0578809274

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Hunting Snipes +four, David Martin Anderson's Latest Anthology Collection, Now Available

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ConRoca Publishing Announces the January 2021 Release of David Martin Anderson's Latest Novel, HUNTING SNIPES +four!

Here snipe, snipe, snipe, snipe.”

— David Martin Anderson

BOERNE, TEXAS, USA, January 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Conroca Publishing’s Editor-in-Chief, Kevin Abreau, announces a January 2021 release date of David Martin Anderson’s collection of stories titled "Hunting Snipes+four" (76,000 words; general fiction). Anderson’s collection of prose consists of five stories, novellas to short story novelettes, all thoroughly enjoyable and quite remarkably told. Suitable for ages 16+, Conroca Publishing strongly feels the collection could make into a required literary tome for high school age children as a YA read, but the plots also make into an entertaining read for adults. Anderson wrote the diverse collection to transport a reader’s imagination to worlds non découvert—an Indian raid in West Texas in 1867, encounters with the ghost of Cole Porter, Iowa during the 2020 pandemic, southern Utah and a serial killer hunting elderly couples, and Beggar’s Night in 1938 Brooklyn and the infamous Orson Welles radio broadcast of ‘The War of the Worlds.’ Each story lends itself to screenplay as they are concise and visual with crisp and realistic dialogue. Book distribution is through Ingram and Conroca Publishing. Books are also available through Amazon both in trade paperback and as a E-reader. Anderson’s career as a writer spans over twenty years. His The Last Good Horse is considered one of the twenty greatest horse stories ever written (ref., Amazon) and was a finalist for the coveted Faulkner-Wisdom literary award, as was its sequel Beaty Butte. Other major works include The Cowboys of Haddington Moor, Harry’s Apology, and Les Tres Papillons. Hunting Snipes+four is Mr. Anderson’s first stab and shorter storytelling, and he does a masterful job.

Of special literary quality is Anderson’s "Runner Speaks," an action-packed novella (12,000 words) set at Fort Lancaster, Texas in 1867. While loosely based on the only hostile attack on a Texas fort, the plot, itself, is historically accurate. The protagonist is an eleven-year-old German immigrant, the lone survivor of the Nueces River massacre of 1862 (a slaughter initiated by ruthless Confederate soldiers). Seeking help, the boy wanders to the Union-controlled Fort Lancaster one hundred miles away only to find the fort abandoned; the remote fort sits on the banks of the Pecos River in a desolate corner of Texas. For five years, the boy lives off the land along the river, alone; running becomes his catharsis to ease traumatic memories of murders he witnessed along the Nueces. Coincidentally, the boy has lost his ability to speak because of mental anguish suffered during that killing spree. In the summer of 1867, U.S. Cavalry ‘Buffalo Soldiers’ reoccupy the fort but the boy refuses to intermingle with any adult wearing a uniform. Now, at age sixteen, a ‘hostile’ raid besets his tranquil Pecos valley. Kickapoo warriors have successfully stolen the fort’s horses but their Comanchero brothers want to continue fighting until female hostages are taken. This means a massacre will undoubtedly take place because Lancaster soldiers refuse to surrender. Badly outnumbered 800 to 40 and with no horses available for a messenger to ride to Fort Stockton to summon reinforcements, the boy is sequestered into carrying a letter on foot the eighty-mile distance. If he reaches Fort Stockton in less than two days, the survivors at Fort Lancaster stand a chance to survive; if he fails, death will surely follow. The Comancheros discover the boy’s flight and pursue him in a twisted hunters’ game of ‘cat-and-mouse.’ En route, the boy’s letter is lost. Thus, if the boy somehow survives his mission to Fort Stockton, he must find the strength to overcome past ghosts and verbally communicate the situation to the fort commander. The current-tense writing style of this story propels a reader into the midst of the plot with every twist and turn felt along the way. It is a remarkable piece of prose!
Other stories in the collection are more contemporary but just as creative. All are available at Amazon and distributed through Ingram!
ISBN 978-1-892617-34-7 (Paperback); ISBN 978-1-892617-35-4 (Digital/eBook)

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TWO FLORAL LIFESTYLE LEADERS LAUNCH BLOOM IMPRINT, A BOUTIQUE BOOK PUBLISHER IN SUPPORT OF THE SLOW FLOWERS MOVEMENT

BLOOM Imprint's logo depicts the pages of an open book as stylized flower petals

BLOOM Imprint’s logo depicts the pages of an open book as stylized flower petals

Robin Avni, Creative Director, BLOOM Imprint

Robin Avni, Creative Director, BLOOM Imprint

Debra Prinzing, Editorial Director, BLOOM Imprint

Debra Prinzing, Editorial Director, BLOOM Imprint

The boutique publishing company with a mission to produce floral, garden and design lifestyle titles

BLOOM is interested in new, engaging, and creative themes. We actively scout for floral lifestyle personalities, creatives, entrepreneurs, artisans, and makers who have beautiful stories to tell.”

— Debra Prinzing

SEATTLE, WA, UNITED STATES, January 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Established and led by editorial director Debra Prinzing and creative director Robin Avni, BLOOM Imprint is a Pacific Northwest-based publishing venture whose mission is to work with creative floral entrepreneurs to produce floral, garden and design lifestyle titles by identifying authors and topics unique to the marketplace.

The two women created BLOOM Imprint as a boutique publishing company with the goal of developing these flower-inspired books from the seed of an initial concept to the final publication. Their development process is designed to maximize each author's key creative strengths. This is achieved by honing in on a core editorial purpose and visual expression to communicate an author's individual personality and brand mission through a book's pages. BLOOM Imprint's publications reflect each author's clear vision and voice, sustainable ideas and lifestyle inspiration. With the launch of BLOOM Imprint, Prinzing and Avni also announce their 2021-2022 catalog of five book titles.

Where We Bloom: Intimate, Inventive, Artistic Floral Spaces (April 2021) by Debra Prinzing.

Step inside the places where flowers come to life. Featuring beautiful plant- and flower-filled settings of Slow Flowers designers, farmer-florists, and growers. Each environment reflects the personality and aesthetic style of its owner, offering great ideas to inspire the design, organization, and functionality of a creative studio.

Growing Wonder: A Flower Farmer’s Guide to Roses (September 2021) by Felicia Alvarez

Do you dream of possessing a magical rose garden or a thriving flower farm? Whether you long to fill your own acreage with roses or consider yourself more of a weekend gardener, Felicia Alvarez, founder of Menagerie Farm + Flower, can help turn your rose love affair into a joyous and rewarding experience. Whatever your level of passion, with her twenty years of farming experience Felicia guides you with sound advice and detailed horticultural knowledge.

A Life in Flowers: Lessons + Affirmations from the Garden (October 2021) by Holly Heider Chapple

Wedding and event florist and founder of the Chapel Designers floral community, Holly Chapple is a creative visionary and a highly recognized and sought-after floral designer whose work has been published in countless prestigious publications and top industry blogs. Learn about Holly's incredible floral journey, the inspiring story of Hope Flower Farm, and the values of hospitality, creativity, and community that embody her life in flowers.

Black Flora: Inspiring Black Flower Farmers + Florists (January 2022) by Teresa J. Speight

There is a rich, beautiful, complex, and diverse narrative being told by African Americans and other persons of color in the floral marketplace. It is long past time to recognize their excellence and contributions to cut flower farming and floristry. Garden writer, podcaster, and blogger Teresa J. Speight of Cottage in the Court shares her interviews and profiles with leading pioneers and explores their lives rooted in the floral world.

House + Flower: Reviving Forgotten Homes + Abandoned Gardens (January 2022) by Cynthia Zamaria

Through engaging photography and Cynthia Zamaria's approachable personal narrative, explore the art of reviving old gardens and aging homes. Cynthia takes her reader through the process as she and husband Graham restore the interior settings and exterior spaces of their seventh residence, Leuty House, and reflects on other lessons learned from coaxing new life into old properties in and around Toronto.

Avni and Prinzing say their book development philosophy is rooted in the Slow Flowers' practice, aligned closely with the Slow Flowers movement that Prinzing founded in 2013. "BLOOM is interested in new, engaging, and creative themes. We actively scout for floral lifestyle personalities, creatives, entrepreneurs, artisans, and makers who have beautiful stories to tell," Prinzing says.

Adds Avni: "By leveraging our publishing experience, we believe BLOOM Imprint's editorial guidance, creative direction and design language, combined with our non-traditional approach to lifestyle marketing, sets up our authors for success. We are motivated to support our authors as collaborative and creative partners."

Titles will be available for pre-order at BLOOM Imprint's online bookstore (bloomimprint.com) and wholesale pricing is offered for bulk orders beginning in March 2021. BLOOM Imprint designs a custom book distribution strategy for each of its titles, ensuring that authors benefit from a unique revenue-sharing platform to enhance their lifestyle brands.

About BLOOM Imprint:
Between them, Robin Avni and Debra Prinzing have produced and published more than 20 lifestyle, design, architecture, floral and gardening titles. They formed BLOOM Imprint as a boutique publishing company with the mission of identifying creative entrepreneurial book ideas and growing them — from the seed of an initial concept to a finished product. As they publish new authors and consult with aspiring ones, the partners believe that producing a book is ultimately one of the most strategic marketing endeavors available to creatives.

The women previously collaborated on Real Women. Real Life., a consumer and lifestyle consulting collective, and most recently teamed up to produce Prinzing's Slow Flowers Journal – Volume One (2020, Wildflower Media).

About Slow Flowers:
Slow Flowers is an inclusive community dedicated to preserving domestic flower farms and supporting a floral industry that relies on a safe, seasonal and local supply of sustainably-farmed flowers and foliage. Members are engaged in all facets of the U.S. flower industry. The Slow Flowers Movement began in 2013 with the publication of Debra Prinzing's book, Slow Flowers, and has ignited the imaginations of flower lovers, florists, flower farmers and growers across the U.S. (and around the globe). Learn more at slowflowerssociety.com.

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New Highly Anticipated Book Promises to Help Leaders Bring the Best Out of Their Teams

FRESNO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, January 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ignite Press announced the release of The Humanized Leader: The Transformative Power of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership to Impact Culture, Team and Business Results, by CEO, speaker, leadership advisor, and author, Mary Pat Knight.

The book is available on Amazon at https://amzn.to/3qHJvJz

The Humanized Leader offers practical insight on how to uncover your strengths as a leader and become your most powerful and conscious self.

“For years I have been coaching my clients to bring their whole beings to both their business lives and personal lives,” says Knight. “It’s the compartmentalizing and shapeshifting from professional to personal that creates disconnection and callousness. My leaders were WHOLE LEADERS. Thus, The Humanized Leader was born. This book reflects the philosophies and skill sets necessary to provide humanized leadership to your life and business.”

To celebrate the launch of the book, the Kindle version of the book will be on sale for 99 cents for a limited time.

Mary Pat Knight is a speaker, coach, and author. She is the founder and CEO of Leaders Inspired, a training and development firm that creates individual and team leadership transformation. Her 30-year career spans executive leadership positions in marketing, operations, strategic planning, human resources, management and employee development, and executive coaching.

The Humanized Leader is based upon her simple, yet powerful system for creating Emotional Intelligence, robust leadership, and transformative cultures. She has helped thousands to express themselves authentically, work from a place of courage, and find an inner unshakable belief in themselves. She teaches others how to lead both
personally and professionally in integrity and free of compromise. Her mission is to inspire business transformation and develop solid leadership, remembering that when you are inspired in the workplace, you inspire the world.
Mary Pat resides in the Chicagoland area.

Visit Amazon at https://amzn.to/3qHJvJz to purchase the book and to learn more!

For booking information, contact support@leadersinspired.com.

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Malia Sexton
Ignite Press
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New Book on Helping Chamber Professionals Have Greater Impact Achieves #1 Bestseller Status on Launch Day!

FRESNO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, January 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ignite Press announced this week that Dave Adkisson’s new book, Horseshoes vs. Chess: A Practical Guide for Chamber of Commerce Leaders, became a #1 bestseller on Amazon this week in the categories of Commerce, Fundraising and Grants, Business Teams, and more!

The book is available on Amazon at https://amzn.to/35RDpP2

Horseshoes vs. Chess offers a wealth of practical ways and lessons to help any Chamber leader increase their positive impact on their community and achieve greater prosperity.

“This is not meant to be an instructional manual or a scholarly work on organizational dynamics, nonprofit management or leadership,” says Dave. “Rather, it attempts to offer particular insights about leadership in a chamber of commerce context – to address time management, politics, group dynamics and similar matters – all within that context.”

To celebrate the launch of the book, the Kindle version of the book will be on sale for 99 cents for a limited time.

A veteran chamber executive and former mayor, Dave Adkisson, CCE, served as the CEO of three chambers: his hometown chamber in Owensboro, KY; the metro Birmingham (AL) Regional Chamber and the Kentucky (state) Chamber. On the national level, he served as the 2010 chairman of the board of the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE), was the 2014 chairman of the board of the Council of State Chambers (COSC), was a founder of the national State Chamber Policy Center, served six years on the board of the U. S. Chamber and served as the chairman of the U.S. Chamber’s education policy committee. He is a past chair of the ACCE Foundation. Together, he spent more than 30 years in the chamber field.

Adkisson retired from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce in 2019 after 15 years as president and CEO. During his tenure, the Chamber was routinely ranked as the top lobbying organization in Kentucky, tripled its budget, doubled its staff and was named the 2017 State Chamber of the Year. In addition to achieving several landmark legislative victories, Adkisson created the Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center and the Leadership Institute for School Principals, a program which has invested more than $3 million in executive leadership training for school principals.

Earlier in his career, he was elected mayor of Owensboro, KY at age 34 and re-elected four years later without opposition. He championed the creation of the RiverPark (performing arts) Center on the Owensboro riverfront, the Mid-America Airpark, a city-county workforce center and the 13-mile-long Greenbelt Park which was later named in his honor. He was a co-founder of Leadership Kentucky and is a former chairman of the Kentucky Advocates for Higher Education. He serves on the board of the Kentucky American Water Company.

Originally from Owensboro, Adkisson received his B.A. in philosophy and political science from Georgetown College, where he is the immediate past chairman of the board of trustees and earned his masters in ethics from Harvard University. He was the 2019 recipient of Leadership Kentucky’s “Flame of Excellence” award and in 2020, was one of two recipients of ACCE’s Life Member Award. He and his wife, Bonnie, reside in Lexington, KY, along with their two children and three grandchildren.

Visit Amazon at https://amzn.to/35RDpP2 to purchase the book and to learn more!

For booking information, contact dave@chamberdave.com.

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Malia Sexton
Ignite Press
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Desert Roamer Press is Negotiating to Film a Documentary about the Walnut Grove Dam Disaster of 1890.

Walnut Grove Dam Disaster of 1890

The Story of the Walnut Grove Dam Disaster of 1890 Involves Early Arizona Territory History and the Hook in the Story is the Search for the Lost Safe.

CHEYENNE, WYOMING, USA, January 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Greg Hawk, Author and Treasure Hunter, has been negotiating with the owners of a ranch close to Prescott, Arizona in hopes of producing a documentary on their property. The story involves the history of the developing Arizona Territory and the rush for gold. The treasure story that is intertwined in the Walnut Grove Dam Disaster is that of Bob Brow’s Saloon that disappeared along with barrels of whiskey and a safe reportedly containing between $5,000 and $10,000 worth of valuables. The safe is believed to still be buried somewhere in the sands of the Hassayampa river.

The Walnut Grove Dam failure is documented in the book, Arizona’s Worst Disaster: The Hassayampa Story 1886 – 2009, by Jim Liggett. Desert Roamer Press has recently gained the rights to republish the book from the author. If interested you may find it at www.desertroamerpress.com

Working with his good friend, Prof. Jim Fink, a geophysicist and geological engineer based in Tucson, they started gathering all relevant information they could find on the Walnut Grove Dam Disaster of 1890. Reading numerous magazine articles on the dam failure, studying the weekly newspaper articles during that period, and scanning through Arizona history books provided a vast amount of research material.

The biggest question is where was Bob Brow’s Saloon located when the Walnut Grove Dam failed? Some treasure hunters believed the saloon had to be downstream close to the work crews building a lower dam. Another thought was that it was located closer to Wickenburg that was becoming a small town at that time. The actual story of the dam failure tells of bodies being found 30 miles downstream from where they were and of large boulders being tossed like tennis balls. The 110-foot-high dam held back nine billion gallons of water and when it failed a wave of water that was 80 feet to 100 feet high started its way down the canyon. By the time the wave hit Wickenburg and flattened out it was still 20 feet high.

Over the last several months Greg and Jim have made several journeys out to the site of the old Walnut Grove Dam site. The owners of the ranch where the dam was erected showed them the ruins of the dam. They provided pictures of the dam and reservoir prior to its failure and talked about the history of the area. They are fourth generation ranchers and their family have owned the land since 1909. The information they provided may reveal the actual location where Bob Brow’s Saloon stood.

For further information on Greg Hawk’s adventures go to www.desertroamerpress.com and check out the treasure blog, treasure hunting videos and his book, Random Tangents: Embracing Adventures in Life.

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Desert Roamer Press
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