Nickel & Dime Your Way to Extra Dollars While Saving The Planet by Richard P. Smith

UPPAA Nickel & dime your way to extra dollars while saving the planet.

NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                             Contact:  Richard P. Smith     or Lucy J. La Faive (906) 225-1002  Book About How You Can Make Extra Money From Returnables With the high rate of inflation, many people are looking for ways to save money. One way to save money…

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meet UPPAA author Jon Stott – “Yooper Ale Trails: Craft Breweries and Brewpubs of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula “

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Local Beer Guidebook Author to Visit UP Brewpubs and Craft Breweries This June, Jon C. Stott, award-winning writer of beer travel books, will be visiting brewpubs and craft breweries in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to celebrate the publication of his new book, Yooper Ale Trails (published by Modern History Press, Ann…

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Raymond Luczak releases new book of Ironwood short stories

UPPAA Compassion michigan the ironwood stories by raymond luczak.

UPPAA member Raymond Luczak proudly announces his new book of short stories based in Ironwood, Michigan.  The full title is Compassion, Michigan: The Ironwood Stories. It is now available at online stores including Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Local bookstores which stock the book will be announced shortly. Synopsis: Encompassing…

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U.P. Reader Volume #4 includes Best Stories from U.P. Writers of All Ages

UP Reader 4 Cover

The Upper Peninsula Publishers and Authors Association (UPPAA) presents the fourth installment of the U.P. Reader. This latest and biggest ever edition of the annual anthology will feature the collected works of forty-five of the best of the authors of the Upper Peninsula.  We are again thrilled to include the…

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Ann Dallman releases new book about a young Native American girl

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  Ann Dallman (Menominee, MI) announces the recent publication of her Middle Grade novel, “Cady and the Bear Necklace,” by Henschel HAUS Books of Milkwaukee, WI.   Cady, a 13-year-old girl of Native American heritage, has experienced change in the past year—her father’s marriage to a much younger woman, a…

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Upper Peninsula of MI Adventure Continues in Second Edition of ‘Lake Superior Tales’

Pirates and treasure, the timeless theme in adventurous fiction, takes center stage in Mikel B. Classen’s second edition of Lake Superior Tales: Stories of Humor and Adventure in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula Published by the Modern History Press (November 2018), the book includes ten stories that span the 19th century through present day,…

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U.P. Reader #2 — Contributors Pre-order for Spring Conference Delivery thru May 20th

The ideal time to get your copy of U.P. Reader #2 is at the book launch which is happening at the UPPAA Spring Conference on June 2nd at the Landmark Inn, Marquette.  The conference is free when you renew your UPPAA membership for 2018 at Contributors to either Issue #1 or…

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Local Author Tyler Tichelaar Releases New Book about Haunted Marquette

For Immediate Release Local Author Tyler Tichelaar Releases New Book about Haunted Marquette Sep 5th, 2017—Local author Tyler Tichelaar will be giving his readers a treat this Halloween season. On Wednesday, October 11 at 6:00 p.m. at the Marquette Regional History Center he will be releasing his newest book, Haunted…

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James M. Jackson releases 4th installment of Seamus McCree

Novels The Seamus McCree Series consists of three published novels (Ant Farm, Bad Policy and Cabin Fever, a the fourth, Doubtful Relations) . Future novels in the series include Empty Promises (2017) and False Bottom (2018). PUBLISHED TODAY 8/23/16 What will Seamus do this time? Financial crimes investigator Seamus McCree has…

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