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Hearts Divided in the Raj -- Author Offers Memoir of India through Anglo-Indian Eyes
PORT ORCHARD, Wash., Sept. 20, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- India has a vast population drenched in a rich culture, but it includes more than just the traditions of people native to the subcontinent. Foreign cultures have mixed with ancient ways to create a unique history, which Patricia McGready-Buffardi details in her new memoir, Hearts Divided In the Raj (now available through AuthorHouse).
This Country Needs a Third Political Party -- Author Presents Platform with Planks for True Reform
PALM SPRINGS, Calif., Sept. 20, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- In this heated election year, finger-pointing from both Republicans and Democrats is rampant and neither party has offered constructive ideas for change. In his new book, What This Country Needs: A New Political Party (now available through AuthorHouse), John F. Kimberling presents a platform for a third party that outlines solutions to the most pressing dilemmas of modern America without pandering to the special interests of today's political machines.
The Left Hand in the Golf Swing -- Author Explores Advantage of Ambidextrous Golfing
EDGEWATER, Fla., Sept. 20, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Few sports in the world attract such a vast cross-section of people as golf. However, the majority of people, and therefore the majority of golfers, are right-handed, and golf, according to Bob Hill, is a predominantly left-handed game. His new book, The Left Hand in the Golf Swing: ... A Discussion of Athleticism, Cross-Training and Golf (now available through AuthorHouse), helps readers develop a new approach to improving their game.
How Do Satisfied Couples Talk about Tough Stuff? -- New Book Gives Clear Process for Discussing Difficult Issues Effectively
SOUTH DEERFIELD, Mass., Sept. 20, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Despite the ecstatic chemistry of a new relationship, the qualities that bring people together are not the same ones that keep couples loving and respecting each other in the long term, says Jack Tannenbaum. Specific skills to discuss and resolve difficult issues with respect are the missing essential ingredients that can keep relationships vital, and Tannenbaum teaches these skills in his new book, Getting Through the Tough Stuff: The Lovers' How-To Book for Communicating About Difficult Issue in Their Relationship (now available through AuthorHouse).
FoneFriend Continues to Add New Subscribers
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 20, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- FoneFriend, Inc. (OTCBB:FFRD) is pleased to announce that the Company's subscriber base for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service grew last week to 72,714 customers. FoneFriend President, Robin Glanzl, said, "Through our marketing partner, Infinicom, we are experiencing exceptionally strong levels of demand for VoIP service from new customers to the network as shown by recent customer acquisitions. We anticipate significant future growth levels as more people become aware of our low cost $15 a month calling plan as a very real cost-cutting alternative to their traditional phone company service. The Infinicom network architecture is proving to be both robust and high quality in terms of our ability to rapidly grow a large revenue base."