Friday, October 12, 2018

Presenting an Audio Excerpt from the Book: "Dancer & Other Tattered Threads of PTSD Lives"

Dancer & Other Tattered Threads of PTSD Lives: After the Wars —Revisited by T. Patrick Devlin contain three short stories about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Each story, "Dad's TV," "Dancer," and "Roadkill" give a different perspective of the chalenges of PTSD for veterans and those who care about them.

Now, listen to an excerpt from the book: 




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Thursday, October 4, 2018

MANA Owner Dr. Fairy C. Hayes-Scott Honored as 2018 Influential Woman of the Year


Dr. Fairy C. Hayes-Scott, owner of Robbie Dean Press and its subsidiary, MarketingNewAuthors.com, has been named 2018 Influential Woman of the Year by the Mott Community College (MCC) Chapter of the American Associate for Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC). The AAWCC values, promotes, and works for the advancement of women educators and students at community colleges.

Dr. Hayes-Scott, a Professor of English Composition and Literature at MCC, was honored for her dedication to teaching and helping her students develop a love for writing. Her students affectionately call her “Dr C.”

In 2015, Dr. Hayes-Scott, published Community College Students’ Literary Collage, a compilation of short stories, poetry and plays by MCC students. Community College Students’ Literary Collage was the first book professionally published by MCC students in which some of the funds earned by this work go to the MCC’s Humanities Division. 

Listen to an Audio Clip of the Book: "GRANDDADDY" by MANA Author Cavis Adams


GRANDDADDY tells the story of a young, African American couple that leaves the South during racial civil unrest and moves North. After experiencing disillusionment up North, the couple decides to send their young son back to the South to spend a summer with his grandfather. The time with his grandfather changes his life, and the grandfather's life as well. 

Now, enjoy an excerpt from:

GRANDDADDY by Cavis Adams



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