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  • ForeWord Reviews 2012 Book of the Year Award finalist in Historical Fiction:
    The Price of Peace by James B. Johnston

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  • 2003: Independent Publisher Book Award for Poetry
  • 2003: Benjamin Franklin Award for Poetry/Literary Criticism

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Celtic Cat Publishing is pleased to announce the release of our newest book that is sure to please!Highland Brigadier: A World War II Novel by Abbott Brayton

Highland Brigadier: A World War II Novel by Abbott A. Brayton

Abbott Brayton follows up his successful debut novel, Outpost Scotland, with another historically and geographically accurate story of David McKenna’s World War II adventures, Highland Brigadier: A World War II Novel. McKenna’s participation in the disastrous raid on Dieppe provides the backdrop to a story that takes the reader into the complex and controversial political decisions that often direct military strategy in time of war. More....

 

Tellin' It for the Truth by Bill LandryTellin’ It for the Truth by Bill Landry

Bill Landry’s new book, Tellin’ It for the Truth will be available in late October, in both hardback and softcover editions. The hardback edition will sell for $40 and the softcover edition for $25.

Knoxville News Sentinel columnist, Sam Venable, says that “the stories in Tellin’ It for the Truth are different. Some like The Harlequin Massacre and The Great River Adventure are personal, even disturbing.” He adds, “Maybe, that’s why Bill has waited almost half his life to tell them.”Tellin' It for the Truth by Bill Landry

Landry notes that Tellin’ It for the Truth is a collection of sixteen true stories, and as Ray Hicks’ always said, “When you hear someone say, ‘He’s tellin’ it for the truth,’ you know something good is coming!”
The book includes Bill’s favorite longer stories, some of which have never been published. It even includes an epic poem about a love sick one-armed, one-legged Pirate, named Paddy O’Dea. According to Landry, “All great stories once told are told again.”

No Landry book is complete without his humorous East Tennessee “Little Stories.” Here’s one to whet your appetite:
In Grainger County, the extension agent, Charlie Gavin, stopped by to see Roscoe Stinnett on his pig farm. He found Roscoe in the orchard under the apple tree. But, the hogs had eaten all the apples on the ground. So Roscoe was picking up a pig and lifting it up so it could snag an apple off a limb. He was doing this one right after another.
“Hey Roscoe,” Charlie said. “Boy isn’t that a lot of work picking up pigs like that, just so they can eat an apple? Doesn’t that take a lot of time?”
The farmer just looked at Charlie and replied, “What’s time to a pig?”

The Christmas Tree Angel by Lisa SolandThe Christmas Tree Angel by Lisa Soland

This beautifully illustrated children’s book is an inspirational holiday story about an angel ornament that is given to the Brown family on Christmas Eve. Once placed on the tree, the angel meets new friends who share the news of what will become of them when Christmas is over. Determined to escape the dreaded storage box, they work together on an idea that just might bring them the freedom and purpose they desire.

The Christmas Tree Angel is suitable for third grade and up, and will inspire and bring hope to all ages. The book is $14 with free shipping on all online orders received through September 30, 2013.

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