by Sheri | Oct 11, 2019 | Health and Wellness, Inspirational, New Author, New Release
Sharon Permack shares her compelling story of cancer diagnosis, life-threatening lung disease, and divorce in a raw and authentic way that will offer you hope for your own life. Baring her soul in Millions of Knots, Sharon takes us through many difficult and devastating moments. Yet she also shares how she overcame numerous obstacles to get to where she is now: a compassionate leader for healing and advocacy.
by Sheri | Nov 22, 2017 | Authors, New Release, Partner Publishing, Writing
Author William (Bill) Finlayson takes on an extraordinarily complicated field of study, and gives us a fascinating look into the Archaeological Excavations of Patterson Village in Vaughan, Ontario. Through the meticulously documented and analyzed “objects dug up from the ground,” we learn how the people of Patterson Village worked and socialized. Dr. Finlayson’s wonderfully descriptive prose, illustrations, and pictures transport us back in time to the mid-1800s where we have a front-row seat to the lives of the people of Patterson Village.
by Sheri Andrunyk | Jul 23, 2014 | Partner Publishing, PublishingWhen Jenna completed a routine writing project back in teachers’ college, little did she realize what the story would eventually blossom into . . . It is only when you travel with Jenna through There Is This Place that you can fully appreciate the magical journey...
by Sheri Andrunyk | May 6, 2014 | Marketing, Partner Publishing, Personal Development, Publishing, Self Development
You might be asking “what is Partner Publishing?” The short answer is that partner publishing bridges the gap between self and traditional publishing. I recently had a local TV interview where the host asked this same question. In my dialogue with him I added that one isn’t necessarily better than the other, each simply provides the writer/author with choices based on a number of factors, including his/her:
by Sheri Andrunyk | Mar 12, 2014 | Marketing, Personal Development, Publishing, Self Development
I see my books, programs and tools as a bridge between the peer reviewed research and the audience who require crisp, practical, accessible models. So in tandem with the simmering, the research is going on.