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Updates & New Releases
RCBs author Mark Ginther and his book K.O. Power were recently featured in Japanese magazine Fight & Life. Congratulations Mark! Mark is a well known strength and conditioning coach who lives in Thailand.
Relentlessly Creative Books is proud to announce signing Adam Dorfman, writer and editor for CriticalShadows.com, a website featuring leading-edge science for an upcoming title featuring stories about scientific breakthroughs. Welcome to our Authors Group Adam.
The author of newly released Flippy’s Life Lessons: Stuff Every Single Man Needs to Know is a bit of a mystery. We are looking forward to meeting Flippy someday. According to his author photo, he looks a lot like a cartoon platypus. Whatever he looks like, his advice for single men is hysterical. Take advantage of second-hand wisdom. Flippy learned these lessons so you don’t have to. Read more about Flippy’ Life Lessons here.
Internet Analyst Tom Huskerson, author of a series of books on digital security published by Relentlessly Creative Books, received the African-American Authors Expo recognition award at its annual book fair. The African-American Authors Expo is held annually and is a gathering of black writers from all genres. Tom received the recognition award for his books on Internet safety and security.
Fellow writer Cheri Lockman said, “There were so many black authors there representing so many genres but Tom arrived with the most unique offering. He was the only author who focused on the Internet. He deserved all the praise.”
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I published this book, but it helps to understand that first and foremost I’m a reader. When I read the manuscript for this book I had on my ”critical and serious acquisitions editor” hat. I was prepared, as I am with most manuscripts I read, to throw it in the reject pile. There was just one problem. This silly book made me laugh even when I didn’t want to. Allen has a gift for seeing the world from absurdist’s point of view for whatever subject he tackles, and as long as you don’t suffer from the incurable disorder of irony impairment, you’ll laugh too. You’ve been warned Mr. Grumpy Face.
Allen Smith’s absurdly funny new book, Monkey in a Pink Canoe will be published this April. This is Allen’s third book and its release coincides with the publication on one of the included stories in Funny Times, considered to be a showcase for some of the best humor writers in the U.S. including Dave Barry. We welcome Allen, his monkey and his new book!
What Readers Are Saying
“Really helpful… I love the quotes inside. The journal keeps my day-to-day rambling in my head straight and focused on what I want to write next.”—TJ
K.O. Power is excellent both for the seasoned athlete or coach as well as the absolute beginner…Ikuyo Suzuki
“This book is insightful and well written, and should be mandatory for any patient seeking medical care in Mexico.”—Patrick Goodness
“I encourage anyone who is about to get married, recently married, or been at it for nearly a lifetime, read this book. I did and I loved it.”—Mark Waters, Amazon’s #1 Best Selling Author
If you like biographies, you’ll enjoy this book…about the early 20th century scoundrel, Charles Ponzi.Paula Cohen
An unusual, highly readable compendium of insights. . . . I couldn’t put it down.Dr. Gerald H. Pollack
Our Award-Winning Authors
RCB’s author Tom Huskerson receives an African-American Authors Expo Recognition Award.
RCB’s author Allen Smith wins EVVY Award for Monkey in a Pink Canoe.