Go on. . . Read on vacation!

Summer is officially in full swing, and this first week of July we celebrate the good ol’ U S of A. God bless America!

Medallion also has a lot to celebrate, as we are halfway through our tenth anniversary celebration. Like us on Facebook to join the party, and enter to win some awesome prizes.

Hey, have you checked out ReadOnVacation.com? If not, go there now!

RoV_100Medallion is now offering an easy way to load up on some of our great titles just in time for that upcoming vacation, road trip, business trip, or just relaxing by the pool. Read On Vacation is a website and also a print brochure that can be found in participating hotels in Chicago and AAA locations in Cleveland, spotlighting twenty of our best e-book titles. The brochures have easy QR codes that link you directly to the site to purchase and download; it’s so easy for travel! The website has titles available to purchase for all devices and includes e-books to choose from, like the best-selling nonfiction autobiography, The Road Warriors: Danger, Death, and the Rush of Wrestling by WWE Hall of Famer Joe “Road Warrior Animal” Laurinaitis with Andrew William Wright as well as fiction titles like Emerald Embrace by best-selling author Shannon Drake. This is the destination for e-book lovers who read on the go!

Like Read On Vacation on Facebook!

Look for our brochures to be available at hotels and airports in every major city by the end of 2014.

The_RiddleofSolomonEscape with archaeologist Sarah Weston in our new release and second installment in the Sarah Weston Chronicles, The Riddle of Solomon by D. J. Niko.

Cambridge archaeologist Sarah Weston and American anthropologist Daniel Madigan are working on the Qaryat al-Fau archaeological site in Saudi Arabia when they uncover a mysterious ancient scroll written in the form of a riddle. As they try to date and decipher the scroll, a number of ills, including a catastrophic fire, befall their expedition and the scroll is stolen.

Sarah and Daniel follow a trail of clues leading to India, Jerusalem, and the Judean wilderness, where they discover the truth about the scroll: it was written by King Solomon as a map to an ancient manuscript containing an astounding revelation.

But Sarah and Daniel are not the only ones intent on finding it. Trent Sacks, a privileged young Briton, has spent years and a fortune looking for this manuscript. The man believes he is the last descendant of the House of David in the line of Solomon, and he will stop at nothing to amass the ancient relics to prove to the world he is the Messiah. Leaving destruction and a string of murders in his wake, he vows to crush Sarah and Daniel for challenging his quest.

Journeying through the worlds of the occult, corporate greed, geopolitical conflict, Judaic mysticism, and biblical archaeology, Sarah and Daniel race against time and a formidable enemy to uncover the powerful ancient message that could have an explosive impact on modern Israel. But is the world ready for the revelation it contains?

Digging up the praise!

“Like a sandstorm roaring out of the Judean Desert, The Riddle of Solomon rips readers out of the familiar world, dropping them breathless in a place where ancient kings still keep their secrets. D. J. Niko’s storytelling carries the grit of desert dust and the seductive scent of incense on every page as Sarah Weston races with a madman to save the treasures that King Solomon left behind.” Mary Anna Evans, award-winning author of Artifacts and Wounded Earth

 “The Riddle of Solomon is authentic and inspiring.”
 Laurence O’Bryan, author of The Jerusalem Puzzle

 “Take a dash of Dan Brown, a sprinkle of Raiders of the Lost Ark, and a whole lot of originality, and you’ve got the recipe for D. J. Niko’s latest novel, the second in the spellbinding Sarah Weston Chronicles. For readers who like their adventures steeped in research, authenticity, and nonstop intrigue, The Riddle of Solomon is highly recommended!” Ronald Malfi, author of Floating Staircase and Cradle Lake


Are you in the Chicagoland area? If so, come out and say hey August 8–11 at Wizard World, held at the McCormick Place Convention Center. Medallion staff will be on hand at booth number 2018, talking about TREEbook™ and offering some great deals on our books.

Until next time . . .


Heather Musick
Senior Vice President
Medallion Press, Inc.

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