A.V. Harrison Publishing Press releases1 - 10 of 97 Press Releases
Jul 02, 2014
Film Documentary director, John L. Brown, whose shattering project, "Mentally Blind: Open Your Eyes" is an American Documentary Film Festival entrant gains groundswell support for his premier project exposing Poverty in America, post-recession.
Jun 23, 2014
Documentary filmmaker and author writes an expose on Black Culture in America and the affects of the failed war on drugs on a prison system populated by a new "slave culture". Read "Mentally Blind: Open Your Eyes" - on Amazon.
Oct 20, 2013
‘Voodoo Vision: New Orleans House of Spirits’ newest book by Emily Hill, and a 2012 NaNoWriMo winner, shoots to a ranking in the top four-percent of Amazon’s eBook market within its first 48 hours of publication.
Sep 28, 2013
What appeared as an accident scene, and skeletal remains, were discovered this week by a Des Moines, Washington woman vacationing at Shoal Bay, British Columbia. The legitimacy of the scene is being looked into.
Aug 03, 2013
“I've now located nine haunted houses in Seattle’s Greenwood neighborhood since publishing my first book of ghost stories” says Seattle-area author, Emily Hill, whose books delve into her experiences with the supernatural.
Jun 14, 2013
Seattle author, Kizzie Jones, received two New York Literary Honors this week for her colorful panorama of a fable, How Dachshunds Came to Be. The author received 1st Place - Beach Book, Children's and New York Book Fest 1st Runner Up - Children's.
May 30, 2013
Pacific Northwest publishing team wins the 2013 National Indie Excellence Award for book cover design. Seattle-area boutique publisher, author, and design team celebrate as children's book gets nod at New York Book Expo.
May 18, 2013
The San Francisco Book Fest 'Favorites' have honored Pacific Northwest Author, Kizzie Jones, with an Honorable Mention in the Children's Category for her title, "How Dachshunds Came to Be". Ms. Jones will be at the Book Fest to accept her award.
Feb 15, 2013
Seattle's Greenwood neighborhood has a rich and haunting history. Author Emily Hill reports on a horrific tale of a Greenwood fire that 'engulfed the area' in 1905 but still leaves some homeowners unsettled. Seattle historians take note.
Feb 10, 2013
A Seattle author, whose avocation is locating haunted locations in the Greenwood neighborhood, has been contacted by the owner of “Haunted House No. 8”. Here is the account of the most recent hauntings to catch the attention of Emily Hill: