Spring Into Bravin
March 15, 2011
After having a record breaking winter and an upcoming weekend forecast of seventy degree weather we are finally thawing out here in New York. We look forward to the warmer seasons because that means Bravin Publishing is hitting the road soon with book signings and motivational speaking engagements.
Well, what's new for Bravin? If you haven't heard Bravin Publshing has released its first historical book, "The Forgotten Legacy" by author Willie Cooper. "The Forgotten Legacy tells the story of Mr. Cooper's great-grandfather and his military outfit serving in the Civil War. With over twenty pages of photos and original documents "The Forgotten Legacy" carves out an untold story of a regiment that courageously fought for our country.
The long-awaited "From Gigolo to Jesus" by author KL Belvin has been available since the beginning of the year and has received awesome...let us say it again...awesome reviews. KL gives a candid look into his journey from philanderer to devoted Christian, husband, and father. If you think you know the story you don't know half of it until you have read "From Gigolo to Jesus.
We have various new titles scheduled for release this year including "Impressions Of A Poet: Footnotes of My Journey" by Empress Poetry, "Hood Titans" by Trevis Moore, "Stop Doggy Posing!" by Tiffany Braxton Belvin, and an untitled project from playwright and Founder of Everyday Radio Jermaine Smith.
Tune in Wednesday March 16, 2011 to The Mac Radio Show at www.blogtalkradio.com/themacshow 9pm-10pm. Bravin Publishing's Creative Director, Tiffany Braxton Belvin, is a guest speaker discussing "Why Cheaters Cheat?" Also make sure to look out for Tiffany's upcoming interview in Manik Magazine www.manikmag.com. In honor of Women's History Month "Women With Stipes" will be a featured column for the month of March.
We thank you so much for your continued support,
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