Ambassador International is finalizing the details of a big event for author Paulette George. Paulette will be holding events in May at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital to promote her new book Good Morning Beautiful. The goal of the book is to help families with children suffering from seizures.
Ambassador International is excited to announce the launch of Maybe Someday, new fiction from author Ede Clarkes. Clarkes, a resident of China, returned to the states to promote her Gottago.cc and her book with signings in Coos Bay, Oregon; San Jose, California; Missoula, Montana; and Birmingham, Alabama. Each event had great attendance and Barnes and Noble even opened up speaking opportunities at their stores.
Author Laken Lovely set to appear in Birmingham, Alabama with Books-A-Million and also in Lexington, Kentucky with Joseph Beth Booksellers. She is promoting her book Through Charlie’s Eyes.
Residents near Texas should keep an eye out for author Raymond Burroughs, promoting his book God Smiles for Me. He has already had signing events with Sonday in Lake Jackson, an article in the Facts paper, a Barnes and Noble Houston event. He also has several speaking engagements lined up with churches and study groups.
Ambassador International congratulates author Grace Fabian, who is set to appear as a featured guest on the nationally broadcast program Bible Answer Man with Hank Hanegraaff. Fabian will discuss her new book, Outrageous Grace. Fabian also will be having a signing event with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Orlando, FL.
Charlie Lovely’s big sister, Ambassador author Laken Lovely, fulfilled an important promise to him on what would have been his 17th birthday, October 30, 2009. Charlie’s inspirational journey as a teen living with cancer, which he asked his big sister to share with the world, is titled Through Charlie’s Eyes and was released at Waldenbooks in Jasper, Alabama. Charlie’s family and friends released balloons in honor of his special day to close the event. The manager of Waldenbooks commented that Charlie’s book launch was the largest they had ever seen at their store. Laken only hopes to continue the success and share Charlie’s story with everyone while supporting his foundation, LiveLovely. For a limited time use coupon code TCE25 to save 25% on your purchase of this new title in the Ambassador International online book store
On the heels of a multi-city Iowa book launch tour, Ambassador author Mimi Keener signed copies of her new book, The Best of Friends, at two Greenville events this past weekend. The first event was held Friday night at the Barnes and Noble on Woodruff Road. Mimi sold dozens of copies of her book, a children’s book about growing up on an Iowa farm. At the second event Mimi joined other Greenville-based authors on Saturday for a book signing at the Barnes and Noble store on Haywood Road in Greenville. For more information about Mimi Keener and her book The Best of Friends visit www.MimiKeenerBooks.com.
On October 30 Charlie Lovely turned 16. On October 31 he was diagnosed with cancer. Over the following months Charlie chronicled his battle to live both on video and in a journal. Keeping a promise she made to her little brother, Laken Lovely turned his journals into a memoir, telling the world his story, an account told Through Charlies Eyes. The book hits store shelves on October 30, the day Charlie would have turned 17. It is available for pre-order now for $11.99.
Turns out there is an upside to the recession. It pushed new author Mimi Keener to finally make her 30-year-old dream of publishing a book a reality. When she was laid off she decided that she would start a new career as a children’s book author. This week she’s on a six-city tour of Iowa, promoting The Best of Friends, the book that chronicles her life growing up on a farm. You can read more about Mimi’s story in this article published in the Des Moines Register. Mimi has also done interviews with a variety of Iowa radio stations including KXEL and KFMG. Follow Mimi’s tour on her website and pick up a copy of her book on ours!