The second edition of In the Blood of the Greeks The Illustrated Companion has been released in print and ebook
Go behind the fictional story to the actual history of the events in the award winning novel “In The Blood of the Greeks” in war ravaged Greece. In The Blood of the Greeks The Illustrated Companion features images and interviews with real life women of the Greek Resistance during World War II. It features war time photography and real history of the Greek Resistance and the Jewish fight for survival.
This is the second edition of the book with new material and images.
From the novel: In Nazi-occupied Greece, Eva and Zoe — one a German officer’s daughter, the other a young Greek woman filled with fury — should be enemies. But when fate brings them together, they have to find a way to work together to help Jews escape.
Historical account: Heroes of the Resistance, life in war-torn Greece and the Jewish fight for survival are portrayed through illustrations, images and real accounts. Part coloring book, part history book featuring Lucia Nobrega’s illustrations of Eva Muller and Zoe Lambros and other characters from the novel.
Features war photography from the Australian War Memorial, The New Zealand War Memorial (The Alexander Turnball Library, Wellington, NZ) and The Jewish Museum of Greece. It’s a unique book looking at the history behind the novel and how women of the resistance helped in the battle against Nazi Germany.
Zentangles and Mandalas are illustrations and designs that are perfect for coloring. Designed to be a relaxing way to spend some quality time and just let the stresses of the day fade. We all remember how much fun it was as children when we colored. Now 31 Zentangles and Mandalas seeks to take you back to those carefree days as an adult with these designs in this coloring book for grown-ups.
Take out your pencils, crayons, markers and find a quiet spot to color in 31 Zentangles and Mandalas designs.
Mary D. Brooks has written a radio play for Sherri’s Playhouse that will air in December 2017.
Sand, Sun, Love and Madcap Zoe On A Mission To Fulfill A Promise Made In The Egyptian Desert
It’s 1948 and as the year is drawing to a close, Zoe is planning a surprise for Eva. She enlists the help of Elena and together they make one of Zoe’s zaniest ideas come to life. Zoe’s promise to Eva made in the Egyptian desert in 1945 is the basis for this romantic comedy. Zoe always delivers on her promises no matter how long it takes.
Eva, Zoe, Elena, Henry and Earl are back. It’s a feel good romantic comedy that will just make you smile – it’s all about the love with a dash of sand, sun and madcap Zoe in the land of Milk and Honey.
I’m very pleased to announce that Teri Stallone has been added to our small family here at AUSXIP Publishing as our new Social Media & PR Maven!
Teri manages the social media channels of AUSXIP Publishing, along with adding zest to daily occurrences. She keeps in contact with the audience and brings out the best and latest news and updates around AUSXIP Publishing,
My name is Teri Stallone, I’m a mom to an amazing son, am lucky to be in love with my best friend and have the best nephews in the world. I am a voracious reader with a strong interest for WWII. I am so thrilled to be a part of AUSXIP and cannot wait to get started!
Reader’s Favorite recognizes “No Good Deed” in its annual international book award contest.
The Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Contest featured thousands of contestants from over a dozen countries, ranging from new independent authors to NYT best-sellers and celebrities.
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Readers’ Favorite is proud to announce that “No Good Deed” by Mary D. Brooks won the Bronze Medal in the Romance – Historical category.
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