February 24, 2019

Our latest endeavor at Acorn Publishing is to expand our foreign rights network to help Acorn Authors reach a world-wide market. 

A belated congrats to Mikel J. Wilson for signing a deal with Dunwich Edizioni to publish MURDER ON THE LAKE OF FIRE (Mourning Dove Mysteries #1). The book was released in Italian on February 1st.

A big thank you to Dunwich for taking an interest in so many of our books. (More titles to be announced soon!!)

February 20, 2019

Isn't this one the sweetest? Bubby Knows Best: Advice from a Jewish Grandmother of 15, by author Joan Rosenberg is out today! Congratulations, Joan!

This is a reference book, mostly for Joan's grandchildren, children, and for anybody else who might outlive her. She's hoping people, namely her family, will take her advice if it's in print, because she's not sure they're actually listening when she talks. Gathering from her long and tumultuous life experiences, Joan reduces her wisdom into short succinct rules to follow. If you heed her words, your life will be better; if you don't, it won't.

Buy it on Amazon.com

February 15, 2019

We've been waiting over a century for this one. Congratulations author Flora Beach Burlingame on the release of Path of Progress: One Man's Fight for Women's Rights.

It’s the late 1800s, and John Ogilvie Stevenson, pastor of the Congregational Church in Waterloo, Iowa, believes women are equal to men in intelligence, and superior to men morally and spiritually.

During a sermon on temperance, wherein he advocates laws to shut down the saloons, he is struck with the irony that his audiences are composed mostly of women—that segment of the citizenry who cannot vote. Thus begins his campaign for women’s suffrage. A large portion of the public believes a woman’s place is in the...

February 3, 2019

We are all ready for Path of Progress to come out. As much as we know you'd love it, we're not releasing it early. This week, in anticipation of her next novel, author Flora Beach Burlingame answers some questions about her life and writing process.

Flora began writing early in elementary school, that seed that grew remained dormant while she began her life, starting college, getting married, raising children, and doing everything under the sun including returning to college for a degree in Legal Assisting for work as a paralegal. "Some day" Flora often told herself, "I will write."

Once she turned fifty she realized that "Some Day" would soon pass if she didn't do something...

February 1, 2019

Pack your suitcases, because you're in for a wild ride! Kirkus Reviews rate "A stylish, comic tale about unexpexted changes in life", The Winner's Circle by author PJ Colando is officially out! Congratulations PJ! Wahoo!

FAITH… FAMILY… FRENZY!

Life in rural small town can dull the senses. A trio of gal pals—mired in middle age, Middle America, and other people’s problems—long to escape.

When Bonnie wins the Boffo Lotto, her circle of friends urge her to lawyer up, invest, and sequester herself. 

But secrets are inconceivable in small towns, so Bonnie and Carl invite close friends to witness their Vegas wedding and honeymoon in Hawaii with endless vagabond beyond. The sky’...

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