Author Frank Salvidio’s new book “ARTHURIAD” is a series of poems telling the story of King Arthur’s failed attempt to establish Christian civilization in a pagan world

Recent release “ARTHURIAD” from Page Publishing author Frank Salvidio is a stirring poetic narrative in the form of dramatic monologues by all those who played roles in the unsuccessful efforts of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table to establish a kingdom based on honor, brotherhood, and the principles of Christianity.(PRWeb March 30, 2020)Read the full story at

Author Jean Austin-Long’s new book “The Story of Pedie and Jetta” is the heartwarming story of two very lucky feral kittens who found warmth and safety in a loving home

Recent release “The Story of Pedie and Jetta” from Page Publishing author Jean Austin-Long is a charming yet candid portrait of the uncertain lives of feral cats fending for themselves in a dangerous world. Pedie and Jetta were young kittens, living with their mother in the forest before a caring family offered them a caring and forever home.(PRWeb March 30, 2020)Read the full story at

Author Charles J. “Chuck” Richardson’s new book “35 Missions to Hell and Back” is a riveting memoir of the Second World War and the 8th Air Force, 390th Bomb Group

Recent release “35 Missions to Hell and Back: A Mighty 8th Air Force, 390th Bomb Group (H) History” from Page Publishing author Charles J. “Chuck” Richardson is the compelling account of a young man called to serve his country in defense of freedom and democracy around the world. The author’s crystalline recollections of military training, deployment, and his service as a radioman and gunner on a B17G bomber based in Framlingham, England, in 1944 offer a vivid portrait of duty, courage, and faith in what has come to be known as the Greatest Generation.(PRWeb March 30, 2020)Read the full story at

Author Kenneth Lloyd’s new book “American Headhunter” is a compelling tale based on the true story of his father’s service as a combat pilot during World War II.

Recent release “American Headhunter” from Page Publishing author Kenneth Lloyd is a beautifully written story capturing the amazing transition of a boy into a man as he joins the “greatest generation” in the Pacific Theater of the Second World War. With evocative prose and rich detail, Lloyd brings the determination, patriotism, and drama of service as a fighter aircraft pilot to life.(PRWeb March 30, 2020)Read the full story at

Author Debby L. Johnston Creates an Unlikely Hero in Her Latest Book, The Onyx Stones

Accomplished author Debby L. Johnston releases her new book, The Onyx Stones: Mystery of the Underground People. In this book, she brings to life a young quadriplegic heroine’s magical adventures into a world of suffering and despair, and also hope and faith.(PRWeb March 27, 2020)Read the full story at

Author Darq Stainz’s new book “The Change” is a science fiction fantasy centered on the mission of Orchid, a superior intelligence tasked with preserving the human race

Recent release “The Change” from Page Publishing author Darq Stainz is a provocative work of futuristic drama introducing Orchid, a compelling character tasked with ensuring enough humans survive an impending apocalyptic event to ensure the viability of the species.(PRWeb March 27, 2020)Read the full story at

Author Bonnie Wright-Miller’s new book “The Right Image: Mirror Therapy for Improved Brain Functions” is the first volume in her Suggestive Imaging Series.

Recent release “The Right Image: Mirror Therapy for Improved Brain Functions” from Page Publishing author Bonnie Wright-Miller is the first of seven books describing suggestive imaging, which improves brain functions using a certain writing technique that engages the reader and encourages perceptive learning.(PRWeb March 27, 2020)Read the full story at

Author KiKi Chatman’s new book “Just Me” is a heartbreaking story of Reyna, a young girl whose life is marked by conflict, abuse, and a terrible secret she cannot face

Recent release “Just Me” from Page Publishing author KiKi Chatman is riveting narrative written from the perspective of a thirteen-year-old girl who is molested by her mother’s boyfriend but feels too threatened to tell her mother. Her life spirals out of control when she becomes pregnant and tries desperately to conceal her condition while navigating a newly a hostile social environment at school.(PRWeb March 27, 2020)Read the full story at

Author Fred Missal’s new book “And Yes, We Paid in Full” is a stirring memoir of life in Germany from his childhood in the twenties through end of the Second World War

Recent release “And Yes, We Paid in Full” from Page Publishing author Fred Missal is the remarkable true story of the Missal family, their survival as Germans in Poland during World War II and as political prisoners incarcerated in labor camps for years after the Allied liberation and the end of hostilities.(PRWeb March 27, 2020)Read the full story at