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Ed Roberts Book Signing Announced

OKC's Full Circle Bookstore now has Whispers, Tears, Prayers, and Hope on the shelf.
A March 21st, 1 p.m. time has been set for the book signing.

"My publisher wants to schedule me to do one in California , he lives there, and he feels we could get better PR there," notes the excited author. "I told him we can schedule one there later but OKC is my home. I was born here and have lived here all of my life. It is important to me to do the first book signing here..."


"Ghostlahoma" Launch Coming in March

Now available from
PREPUB ALERT! As part of Eerie Oklahoma's effort to preserve Oklahoma's history, Eerie Oklahoma and GHOULI have been working on a book of Oklahoma ghost stories, Urban Legends, and historical locations with strange or obscure history for the last several years and finally saw the fruits of their labor when the book was sent to the publisher in late 2008. It is set to be unveiled at the 2009 Paracon in El Reno in March at the historic Elks Lodge.

"Ghostlahoma" say the authors, " is the only book dedicated solely to Oklahoma ghost stories. The stories are told by the people that experienced them". From haunted hotels to disappearing hitch hikers, this book will thrill you and chill you as you read about Oklahoma's 100 years of haunted history. "We are currently working on a Ghostlahoma Travel Guide that will showcase public places you can visit to quench your thirst for your very own ghostly experience."



MEET THE AUTHOR: Carrie Ann Cook
The Gregath Publishing Company, publisher of Money for Nothing Making Money With Volunteers, is pleased to provide information on a how-to book by Oklahoma Author, Carrie Ann Cook (shown at right). Published in softbound and electronic format, as well as available for special order in library hardbound format, it was published in early August of 2007.

The 5.5x8.5" society management tool may be acquired from the publisher for public and private libraries and collections in either economical soft binding with no wait or American Library Association Certified library oversewn hardbinding through special order. This volume is also available in electronic format compact disk (CD) accessible by Adobe Acrobat (PDF).

This resource contains 68 pages and carries an ISBN of 978-0-944619-76-6 and retails for $10.00. It not only goes over the groundwork for any successful volunteer program but offers a wide variety of projects and how volunteers can help make a success. A companion book to the 2007 Federation of Genealogical Societies lecture by the same name, this contains much more detail and makes a handy reference or volunteer gift.

Orders for this book are being accepted now, it was made available to the public for the first time at 2007 FGS. All formats of this valuable group resource can be purchased from the publisher through their website at, by phone at 918-542-4148 with Visa or MasterCard, or by mail at PO BOX 505, Wyandotte, OK 74370. This softbound or electronic book will cost $19.00, postage included. Special order ALA hardbinding can be purchased for an extra $30.00.


Armstrong's "Robin" Soars High

Oklahoma author Kenneth Shelby Armstrong presents a story of lyrical beauty, deeply felt emotion, thought provoking actions, and lasting inspiration. "Robin" is tale that begins in WW2. "On the shores of Lake Biwa near Kyoto, Japan a distinguished bishop laid his head in the lap of a lovely Japanese woman and died. His death opened a secret that he had held since he was a young soldier exploring the aftermath of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In some ways the secret was more destructive and dangerous than the atomic bombs that he knew so well."
Robin / Kenneth Shelby Armstrong / ISBN 978-0-979832789
Rough Road Books $14.95
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