Xlibris News| Xlibris Book Reviewed by Magazine

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris News| Xlibris Book Reviewed by Magazine

The Xlibris book, Ten Thousand and One Nights by “Chicago“ Carl Snyder, has been reviewed by the publication Blues Blast Magazine.     The Author “Chicago” Carl Snyder is a longtime professional musician who has worked with a great variety of artists and bands, including some of Chicago’s greatest blues stars. Still active in the […]

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Xlibris Author| Dr. Constance Colon-Jones

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris Publishing introduces Dr. Constance Colon-Jones, author of Episodic Scenes, Storytelling, Adages, Reflections: Women and Their Lives, and A Woman’s Journal: Personal and Professional. Reflections: Women and Their Lives is overall an attempt to capture that which is relevant to “living” episodes. The book provides insight into various professional women and their employment decision-making roles: […]

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Xlibris News| Good News- Spring 2018

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris News| Good News- Spring 2018

Thanks to this past spring, Xlibris has some Good News to share. Xlibris has recently celebrated its most prolific authors, as well as an author whose book has been reviewed by the New York Times.   Xlibris’ most prolific authors consist of such as John Stark, Lynette Collins, and Eva Fischer-Dixon, who have published 11, […]

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Xlibris Author| Jennifer Hynes, Nap Time Paintings

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris Author| Jennifer Hynes, Nap Time Paintings

Xlibris Publishing introduces Jennifer Hynes, author of Nap Time Paintings: Thoughts on Motherhood through the Eyes of an Artist.   I am an author and artist based in Marin County, California. Nap Time Paintings: Thoughts on Motherhood through the Eyes of an Artist, is the first book I have published. I wrote this book because […]

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Xlibris News| Rare Books Worth Stealing

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris News| Rare Books Worth Stealing

A recent article from The Bustle shares how some now rare books people bought as children are now incredibly valuable. Valuable enough for people consider stealing them.   The heart of the story is a rare, signed, First Edition copy of JK Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, which was stolen from a […]

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