Church Publishing announces August 18th through Christmas Day Freedom Afrika can be purchased for only $3.89 pre-release, a 75% savings! The retail for this book, at about 450 pages depending on it’s eReading format, is set at $14.49. Accordingly, order your copy of Starlight’s Freedom Afrika today to save over $10.50 then read this literary adventure novel over this year’s winter holiday.
Church has announcements celebrating great work done this summer. In time for students’ return to their favorite colleges Church Publishing launched its new bookstore. Locating the first storefront at church-publishing.com/store, in addition to literature this shop carries posters and stickers too! Blue and gold triangle stickers printed on vinyl coated paper with an adhesive backing look perfect on eReaders, computer skins, notebooks, and pocket portfolios. A set of two 2″ diameter circles plus one 4×3″ rectangle retails for only $1.99 and includes shipping. Better, decorate your kids’ dorm rooms with a 2×3 foot poster!
Used in the making of author Ethan Collin’s “Do Not Mix with Alcohol” cover, this poster of the girl holding her beer is an exact replica of Scottish artist Ruby McMenemy Tailor’s oil painting commissioned especially for the ▲Church Publishing book reprinted without any digital alteration or effects. This 120 lb. matte stock poster prints complete with canvas texture as viewed closely and at 24×36 inches it will make a perfect addition to any sitting or reading room scholars enjoy studying in. Buy the poster from Church’s eBookstore today!
Other Summer News
Church added an icon to its Downloads page listed under Public Relations. Formated as a .ico file this free button designed by Church Publishing Studio appears as if it’s been coated in translucent resin to harden the image affixed to a gold surface. Church’s icon could be used to access anything from computing devices’ desktops yet Downloads includes instructions to program this giveaway for mouse-click launching of church-publishing.com. Download your free icon today!
In time for this school-year Church Publishing is excited to rest during the final month of 2015’s summer after announcing the launch of its ▲Church Bookstore!
▲Church seeks expert computer technologist in a moderate-term endeavor to fill rewarding senior level position within its publishing company.
Church’s IT position spans computer science segments in skill, experience, and functions fulfilled by specialists. Successful IT could become a powerful unit within the company; agile command is paramount. Continue reading
Web-serial Church, The Television Show, named for fictional superhero who teamed with Aliens to end the global war on terror Noodle Church, established Church Publishing September 11, 2011 at 5:10 with it’s Pilot episode proceeded by Season One, Episode One ten years to the date beyond terrorist Osama bin Laden’s attack on U.S. soil. But 9/11/11 wasn’t the birth of an idea, the first analysis of creator Cosmo Starlight‘s journals, or the President of Church’s first encounter with the grave and serious subject matter of 9/11/01. Continue reading
What is a U.S. Pursuit Lead Cable?
Though mentioned within Homeland Security’s fiscal year 2014 “Budget in Brief” as one of the Department’s FY12 accomplishments it is impossible to find any other mentioning of Pursuit Lead Cable beyond what’s been published by ▲Church. In fact U.S. Department of Homeland Security Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A), a component of Analysis and Operations granted $302,268,000 by U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama for fiscal year 2015, reported it developed this activity referenced as Pursuit Cable and Pursuit Lead Cable in separate documents. Continue reading
▲Church author Cosmo Starlight’s novel Freedom Inc. submits to media promotion with its new, five-page press kit.
Promoting Freedom Ink
The page completing Freedom Incorporated’s new press kit explains character Noodle Church escaped circumstances caught between wardens by replacing the Corporation title “Freedom Inc.” with its homonym “Freedom Ink.” Where the Corporation’s sign is affixed over bricks built to contain prisoners, illustrators of this novel’s 1st edition eCover superimposed a “K” over the “C” in “Incorporated.”