Monthly Archives: May 2011

Passion’s Blood is now available as an interactive e-book app for your iPad.

Passion’s Blood is now available as an interactive e-book app for your iPad. Link to this post!

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Poker Champ Jerry Yang’s book, All In, receives starred review from BookList!

Poker Champ Jerry Yang’s book, All In, receives starred review from BookList! Link to this post!

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OK Sweetheart’s song "Home" was featured on One Tree Hill tonight!

OK Sweetheart’s song “Home” was featured on One Tree Hill tonight! Link to this post!

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Slime City Massacre is now available on DVD and BluRay

Slime City Massacre is now available on DVD and BluRay. Click here to own your copy today! Link to this post!

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MOTIV8N U won the silver medal for Self Help in the 2011 IPPY Independent Publishers Book Awards!

MOTIV8N U won the silver medal for Self Help in the 2011 IPPY Independent Publishers Book Awards! Link to this post!

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First Ever Interacive, Illustrated Romance APP Released For iPAD!

Contact: Paul Ohlson                                                  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Medallion Press, Inc. Tel: (630) 513-8316 extension 228 E-Mail: paul@medallionpress.com   FIRST EVER INTERACTIVE, ILLUSTRATED ROMANCE APP RELEASED FOR iPAD!   St. Charles, Illinois—May 6, 2011—Medallion Press, Inc., is proud to announce … Continue reading »

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All Aboard! Take an unforgettable journey through the life of a 7-year-old boy who became a train

Contact: Paul Ohlson                                                                      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Medallion Press, Inc. Tel: (630) 513-8316, extension 228 E-mail: paul@medallionpress.com   ALL ABOARD! TAKE AN UNFORGETTABLE JOURNEY THROUGH THE LIFE OF A 7-YEAR-OLD BOY WHO BECAME A TRAIN.   St. Charles, … Continue reading »

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An open letter to the typewriter

Dearest Typewriter, It was in the early 1800s that you were born to a brilliant Italian father named Pellegrino Turri. Your mother was a blind woman named Countess Carolina Fantoni da Fivizzono, who taught you that with enough stroke and … Continue reading »

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