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One Woman's Transformation of Self -- New Novel Offers Glimpse into Woman's Scarred Past
KIRKLAND, Wash., July 7, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Sarah Heatherstone lives behind a black widow's veil, although she has never married. The veil shields her from herself and the painful scars of her past. When she inherits her family's estate in England, events begin to chip away at her cold wall of protection. In O'Vivian's The Mirror of Ravenwood (now available through AuthorHouse), Sarah meets a man who rekindles her desire for love and a child who opens her eyes to the light of life again.
Residential And Small Business Air Conditioner Cycling Growing In Popularity, New Chartwell Report Says
ATLANTA, July 7, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- As with most products or services related to energy efficiency, air conditioning cycling programs are in a growth mode. Currently 31% of surveyed utilities offer an air conditioning cycling program, with another 9% planning or considering doing so, according to Chartwell's newest report, Residential and Small Business Load Control and Demand Management. In addition, load management/AC cycling is growing in popularity with 12% of Chartwell-surveyed utilities rating it as their most popular residential product or service in 2004, compared to only 7% in 2003 and 2002.
Daemon Mishka Rides Again -- Author Addresses Life with Random Ramblings and Poetic Prose
WATERTOWN, Wis., July 7, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- The new book, BANANA YOU! Daemon Mishka, Volume II (now available through AuthorHouse), engages readers in a series of musings and offers a glimpse into a brief period in the life of author Mishka Zakharin. Through the absurdities of his humor and the musing of his darkest philosophies, he conveys a clear love of language and bestows a colloquial, down-to-earth manner upon his poetic expression.
History's Scapegoats Talk Back -- Author Rebukes Centuries of Hate with Personal Accounts and Jewish History
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., July 7, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Throughout the centuries, when tragedies and catastrophes have occurred, many point a hateful finger at the Jewish people. Author Arnold P. Abbott believes this culture of hate has been passed down through the ages, and his new book, When In Doubt...Blame A Jew!: A Personal And People's Memoir of Anti-Semitism (now available through AuthorHouse), gives a witty and personal picture of anti-Semitism through the eyes of those who have experienced its sting.