AuthorHouse Good News Update – Spring 2018

Spring is here, although you wouldn’t know it from the weather in many parts of the US! If you’re in the mood for relaxing indoors with a good book, we’ve got you covered. There’s something for everyone in this issue of our Good News Update, and we’re thrilled to be able to spread the word!


Awards and Achievements


New ZealandNew Zealand – A Personal Discovery  by Dick Parsons, a former Royal Navy lieutenant commander, has gotten rave reviews in both The U.S. Review of Books and Pacific Book Review.


Joseph A. Graffagnino is the cover story of an upcoming issue of Bookmad. Joe’s book The Fix Is In: The Deutsch Bank Building Conspiracy  has attracted interest from across the U.S., Europe, and Australia.


Dancing for Dollars, the latest book from relationship columnist, racehorse trainer, beauty queen, host, and self-published author Victoria M. Howard, has been collecting great reviews and accolades, with a possible film adaptation in the works!


Spirit of the TreeNancy Nason Guss, author of The Spirit of the Tree and Other Backyard Tales, will be kicking off a traveling and speaking tour through the southeastern US to talk about her book.




“I had total control of my work, and no one could edit or change what I wrote unless I approved it. With a traditional publisher, once you sign the contract you turn over control and the book company can edit and change whatever they want.” – Joseph A. Graffagnino (The Fix Is In: The Deutsch Bank Building Fire Conspiracy)


Missionaries and Indians“[My favorite part of self-publishing was] the freedom I felt that I could write whatever I wanted to.” – Wil Gesler (Missionaries and Indians)


“The end result was amazing, and a personal milestone that I’m grateful to share.” – Susie L. Landown-Clarke (Mental Illness: MI Doesn’t Look Like Me)


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