Authors in the News

Dorrance authors and their books are making headlines – read more below!

Dorrance Author Writes an Inspired Tale
Brittani meis' debut novel was featured in Iowa's The Telegraph Herald. Read more


Killen Teen Pens Faith-based Book
Dorrance author, Maegan Tisdale was featured in The News Courier for her book, “Life and Death.” Read more.

Dorrance Author is Featured on
Craig E. Burgess, author of “A Fleeting Glimpse of Paradise – Photographic and Poetic Images of the Hawaiian Islands” was featured in an article on


New Castle News Features Dorrance Author
Mark Summerville, author of “The Story Teller,” was featured in the “County Clips” section of the New Castle News.

Kit Moulton’s Book Feature in Online Publication
Dorrance author Kit Moulton, author of Annabella was featured in the online edition of Times Record, the news source for Fort Smith, Western Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma. 

Dorrance Author Publishes Book of Religious Poems
Gary D. Quarles, author of Inspirational Poems of God's Love and Guidance recently published a 202-page book with over 150 poems

Spy Novel Featured in Santa Monica Newspaper
Wes Truitt, author of Stealth Gambit was featured in the Santa Monica Daily Press in February.


Dorrance Author Featured in January Newsletter
Patricia Conlan, author of Tails Of The Flannel Cat was featured in the California State Retiree January Newspaper.

Lawrence Author Publishes Children's Christmas Story
Samuel’s Christmas Story by Catherine Weller, was featured in

Aussie Lawrence Heart and Sole of Houston Runners

Author Al Lawrence was spotlighted in The Houston Chronicle.

Author Publishes Intriguing Book on Americans
Americans, the Beautiful People, by Bernard Caley, was featured in Ink Free News.

Fiona's World is First In Series by Franksville Author
Dorrance author Jayne Wolff was featured in The Journal Times for her debut book.


Book About Introducing Baby to Dog Featured In Two News Articles
The Indiana Gazette and The Almanac spotlighted author Jodi E. Uhron's book, Sydney & Me.


Book Notes: Oz, Revisited
Oz: The Final Journey by The Enchanted Hearts, a Dorrance-published sequel to The Wizard of Oz, was featured in The Oklahoman.

Dorrance Book Named "Pic of the Literature"
The Dorrance-published The Nonconformist, by Paul Hayden, was dubbed the "Pic of the Literature" by Eastern Surf Magazine.

Eagar authors publish novel about a woman who finds danger on vacation
The White Mountain Independent spotlighted Shadows Within the Mist, a Dorrance book by authors PJ Wiltbank and CJ Bohala.

Articles Feature The Pittsburgh Gentleman: There'll Never Be Another One Like It
Dorrance author John Kirwan's book was featured in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Sports Collectors Daily. Recently added: The Johnstown, PA, Tribune-Democrat.

Lessons Learned from a Holocaust Survivor
Nelli's Journey: From the Depths of Evil to Reconciliation and Beyond, by author Nina Kaleska, inspired this blog post on


Raising Children to be Soldiers of Allah
Dorrance-published A 20 Million Billion Trillion Dollar Loss, by Shudhansu S. Tunga, was cited by The Gatestone Institute, an International Policy Council think tank.


Troy Hill Author Creates Exciting New World
The North Side Chronicle spotlighted Cheryl Suchacek's debut book, Strands of Sollus.


Aiken Author Releases Inspirational Poetry Book
Fran Cummings, aka Fran Z, and her book My Book of Poetry: From My Heart to Your Heart With Eyes Wide Opened, were profiled by the Aiken Standard.


Retired Pilot Changes Course by Writing, Illustrating Children's Books
Author Donald Dunkerson and his airplane-themed children's books were featured in the Neighbors section of the Capital Gazette.


Chester Woman Combines Superstitions and Legends
The Daily Record and Harding Township Observer-Reporter featured Carlotta G. Holden's Grave Matters - a Dorrance-published collection of 24 tales of the supernatural.

Greensburg Author Writes about Personal Experiences in I Had Cancer
A cancerous brain tumor at age 13 inspired Dr. Matthew Walton to write Holey Ship High in Transport: I Had Cancer, which was spotlighted in the Tribune Review.


Emerson Resident Pens Fictional Novella spotlighted Laura C. Schor's It's a Good Year, the author's debut work.


84-year-old Federal Way Man Publishes Healthy Living Book
Personal tragedy inspired author RJ Smith's Preventative Maintenance for Living a Life of Health and Wellness, as reported by the Federal Way Mirror.


Greenville Author Publishes WWII Thriller Novel
The horrors of war frame the story told in author Burma J. Hill's Overalls and Combat Boots, spotlighted by Greenville Online.

Bridge Builders of Nauck/Green Valley
Profiles of achievers past and present that emerged from a historically African American neighborhood are discussed in the Falls Church News-Press.


Local Officer Writes Fictional Novel about Terrorism, Response
The Ahwatukee Foothills News spotlighted local canine officer and Dorrance author Steven Mead, and his book, Blood Border.


Alexandria Author Publishes Personal Study on Modern Christianity
Living Faithfully in the Age of Terror, by Henry C. Blount, Jr.,  was recently featured in the Leesville Daily Leader.

A Great Depression Read
Betty Reed's "largely autobiographical" The Winds of Time was recently reviewed in the "Sounds Good" column, written by Darragh Doiron.

Profile of Author and Artist Adam Dresden
Columbia, MO, artist and Dorrance author Adam Dresden was the subject of an area artist spotlight in the Columbia Daily Tribune.

Findlay's Twisted Minds Proves a Page-Turning Novel
The love, lust and power struggles laced in Henry J. Findlay's Twisted Minds wowed this Tuskegee News reviewer.


Zwickel Self-Publishes A Bunny's Tale spotlighted local resident Fawn Zwickel's children's book.

The Lattimer Massacre: When an Entire Police Force Stood Trial
Author Pasco L. Schiavo's The Lattimer Massacre Trial sparked a historical overview of the events chronicled in the book by

New Releases from Brevard Authors
It's All About Choices, by Lt. Gen. Joseph S. Laposata, was featured in a local author brief on

Allentown, PA Author Publishes Memoir
Author Arthur D. Race’s new book, “1942 ‘Oh, Mom!’: What Can Possibly Happen?” was recently featured on PR Leap.


Genealogy Society to meet
Cheryle J. Crockett author of “My Slade Phenomenon” was chosen as the speaker for the Solano County Genealogy Society’s November meeting, as reported by


Author Hopes to Bring Light to Devastation Caused by Typhoon Haiyan
Dorrance author Emily Cajipe Matthews was featured in the Rapid City Journal for her book, Visible Darkness. 

Andrea Lynn Samuels’ New Book Celebrates Life, Importance of Relationships
“Dear life, Here I Am. Sincerely, Andrea Lynn Samuels” was featured in the Stanly News & Press