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27.Nov.2017 OPEN – Pierre’s Journey after War, a Psychological Novel by Author Margareth Stewart, Released on Web-e-Books®

Benevolence Becomes Way of Life for a Man Who Loses His Family Miami, Florida, USA – OPEN – Pierre’s Journey after War is a first edition psychological novel by Margareth Stewart. The book is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of her fictional tale on the long-lasting effects of civilian stress […]

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20.Sep.2017 Web-e-Books® Transacts all Online Purchases Through PayPal®

Today, Web-e-Books® began checking-out all online purchase transactions via PayPal. Even if customers do not have a PayPal user account, they can still purchase Web-e-Books and easily check-out using popular credit cards like Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. We value the security of your personal information and credit card data, and believe that PayPal […]

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06.May.2016 Suosso’s Lane Now in Paperback

Some e-books should have their titles plastered in print. Now, Sousso’s Lane, by novelist Robert Knox is available as an e-book and in paperback format. The new private edition paperback is 570 pages of engaging adventure entertainment. When purchasing the paperback, readers receive free access to the online digital edition as well, a $7.95 value. […]

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18.Mar.2016 Suosso’s Lane book review from Boston University professor, Robert Wexelblatt

This book review of Suosso’s Lane is from Boston University professor Robert Wexelblatt, a widely-published poet and author. The book is exemplary in so many respects: for the keenness of its informed historical imagination, an inventive structure in two periods separated by 80 years, for conveying a vivid sense of place, managing storytelling that is […]

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04.Mar.2016 BOOK REVIEW – Suosso’s Lane

Book Review By Emily Clark Republished with permission: The Old Colony Memorial press, 182 Standish Ave., Plymouth, MA 02360, the oldest weekly newspaper in New England, founded 1822. Robert Knox’s Suosso’s Lane features Vanzetti in Plymouth The work hours at The Plymouth Cordage Company, the scandalous pay, the at-times brutal working conditions and the prejudiced […]

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16.Sep.2014 The Gibson Boy, by John Solensten, Released on Web-e-Books® upon the 100 Year Anniversary of WWI

An American News Correspondent Reports to War Zones to Triumph at Home The Gibson Boy, newly released fiction by American author John Solensten is being published as a digital trade edition on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of enduring contemporary and classic literature. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher of the e-book, is providing […]

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19.Jun.2012 Cache-It™ – A Software Upgrade from Heaven

We bring to your attention “Upgrade Hell” by Delia Ephron, an opinion column in the June 19, 2012 edition of the Wall Street Journal. Her beef? Smartphones, computers, even television remote controls are so complicated that when redesigns are announced in the name of improvement, she rarely sees a better or easier edition. She claims […]

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08.Dec.2011 Three Great Fiction Books for Men – and Tomboys

So many writers say that “men don’t read.”  Well, we all know time is a precious commodity for beer-chugging construction workers, and that the combined number of hours watching television, playing video games, and surfing the Web are inching towards a clock with no more hours on its face. But… we think men read – […]