Mailing List LoganberryPressReleases@logan.com Message #9
From: Harriett R. Logan <harriett@logan.com>
Subject: Loganberry Books: book signing line-up
Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 14:46:14 -0400
To: <LoganberryPressReleases@logan.com>
**Local Author Book Signing Line-up at Loganberry Books**

Marian J. Morton

Cleveland Heights  (Images of America series)
Booksigning: Saturday, May 28, 2005  1-3pm
Local history professor adds another publication to her Cleveland Heights histories.  This one is part of Arcadia's Images of America series, featuring tons of vintage photographs with descriptive captions.  Morton's previous two books for Arcadia include  Cleveland Heights: The Making of an Urban Suburb,  2002, and Cleveland's Lake View Cemetery,  2004.
Cleveland Heights  (Images of America series):  Arcadia, 2005, paperback, b&w photos, $19.99


Amey S. Tippett

Alison's Journey
Booksigning: Saturday, June 4, 2005  1-3pm
Alison’s life is perfect. Married to Eric, a handsome, wealthy man, she teaches 5th grade – just for fun – and is the envy of all her friends.  But beneath the surface, Eric is an abusive monster. Able to take no more, Alison flees her “perfect life” with only her clothes, her car and two cats. After a mad dash across the country, she lands in Grabill, a backwoods Ohio town with seemingly little to offer. But if anyone knows that appearances are deceiving, Alison does. So, she takes her chances on Grabill and, eventually, mechanic Tyler Coffey, embarking on a journey of a whole other kind.
PublishAmerica, 2005, paperback, 172 pages, $19.95



Mark Barnes
The League
Booksigning:  Saturday, June 11, 2005  1-3pm
It is a game that 15 million people play for fun.  But the men in Wall Street's newest league are changing the rules.  The game is no longer just about football. It's about power and an unimaginable amount of money.  One man will stop at nothing to win.  A detective will do anything to bring down a killer, and someone will battle both, to gain the power, protect the money, and save The League.
DNA Press, 2005, hardback, 178 pages, $19.95



Tino Adognravi
Coming to America: The Real Story
Booksigning: Saturday, June 25, 2005  1-3pm
From a small village in Africa to the foundation of a potentially multi-billion dollar corporation in America and how he did it!  He learned English by watching TV in Togo (West  Africa), his mother sold charcoal to raise five children. He came to America and became a Technical Writer for a Fortune 500 American Corporation.  Tino Adognravi then founded Global Market Sales Corporation, far exceeding the expectations of someone who had to swim across a lake in order to make it to school on time. His father was not in his life while he was growing up but the one thing he remembers is that his father told him that only his own intelligence would take him far and he believed his father...
eibBooks Publishing, 2004, paperback, 192, $11.95


Carol Poh Miller, introduction
Our Native Trees and How to Identify Them
by Harriet L. Keeler, 1900
Booksigning: Saturday, July 23, 2005  1-3pm
Our Native Trees and How to Identify Them, written by Cleveland educator, feminist, and naturalist Harriet L. Keeler (1844–1921) and first published by Charles Scriber’s Sons in 1900, was warmly received at a time when America was rapidly urbanizing and public interest in conservation and the establishment of parks was growing. In her preface, Keeler explained that “the trees described . . . are those indigenous to the region ex-tending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Rocky Mountains and from Canada to the northern boundaries of the southern states; together with a few well-known and naturalized foreign trees.” Profusely illustrated and with a biographical introduction by Carol Poh Miller that illuminates Keeler’s life and accomplishments, this facsimile edition will aid a new generation eager to identify and thus better appreciate what they observe outdoors.
Kent State University Press, 2005, paperback, 574 pages, $22.95


Kelly Ferjutz

Windsong
Booksigning:  Saturday, July 30, 2005  1-3pm

Historical romance on the Great Lakes!  On Mackinac Island, Michigan in the mid-1800's,whites and Indians lived in mutual distrust...but two people saw the promise of love in each other's eyes. Their cultures were as different as night and day, but their hearts were as one—and they would defy tribe and family to embrace the blazing desire that bound them forever...
Forest Hill Publishing, 2005, paperback, price TBA


Thanks for reading and posting...  Please let me know if you have any questions, or would like to get in touch with the author.  Book images available at http://www.loganberrybooks.com/localauthors.html  (or ask me).

peace,
Harriett Logan

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