“Paterno” movie is more fiction than fact

“Paterno” movie is more fiction than fact

Movie fails to mention use of discredited repressed memory therapy to boost witness claims. McQueary shower incident also misrepresented according to Pendergrast book.

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – April 10, 2018 — While Al Pacino performs a stellar impersonation of the late great Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, the script writers took a lot of license with the story resulting in a fictionalized version of events. The movie perpetuated dated narratives that have since evolved and even been discredited. The writers completely ignored the fact nearly all the witness testimony was based on repressed memory therapy or leading interrogation techniques. They also perpetuated an incorrect account of the McQueary shower incident which was pivotal to the prosecution. If only they had first read Mark Pendergrast’s book, “The Most Hated Man in America: Jerry Sandusky and the Rush to Judgment.”

About the Book:
Everyone knows the story of Jerry Sandusky, the serial pedophile, the Monster. But what if that story is wrong? What if the former Penn State football coach and founder of the Second Mile is an innocent man convicted in the midst of a moral panic fed by the sensationalistic media, police trawling, and memory-warping psychotherapy? The Most Hated Man in America reads like a true crime psychological thriller and is required reading for everyone from criminologists to sports fans.

“If potential readers are convinced that Jerry Sandusky is guilty, they need to read The Most Hated Man in America. This meticulously researched, provocative, and wonderfully written book by Mark Pendergrast, an enormously important contributor to the repressed memory debate, will certainly make them see another side. Maybe they will think twice.”
— Elizabeth Loftus, Distinguished Professor of Psychology & Social Behavior, University of California, Irvine, author, The Myth of Repressed Memory and other books.

The Most Hated Man in America tells a truly remarkable story.  In all the media coverage the Sandusky case has received, it’s amazing that no one else has noticed or written about so many of these things, including all the ‘memories’ that were retrieved through therapy and litigation. One would think that the sheer insanity of so much of this will have to eventually come out.”
–Richard A. Leo, Hamill Family Professor of Law and Psychology, University of San Francisco, author, Police Interrogation and American Justice and The Wrong Guys: Murder, False Confessions, and the Norfolk Four

“Virtually everybody knows with certainty that Jerry Sandusky is a serial child molester. He was, after all, found guilty by a jury of his peers. But what if what we think we know about Sandusky is at least in some ways incorrect? Regardless of their ultimate conclusions, readers will find The Most Hated Man in America to be thoughtful and provocative, addressing questions that deserve to be asked in a just society.”
–Fred S. Berlin, M.D., Ph.D. Director, The Johns Hopkins Sexual Behavior Consultation Unit, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

About the Author:
Independent scholar and science writer Mark Pendergrast is the author of many critically acclaimed, deeply researched works of non-fiction, including Memory WarpThe Repressed Memory EpidemicVictims of MemoryUncommon GroundsInside the OutbreaksMirror Mirror, and For God, Country and Coca-Cola, among others. He lives in Vermont and can be reached through his website.

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Author: Mark Pendergrast
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400 Pages
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The life of “Gettysburg Eddie” Plank, Hall-of-Fame baseball pitcher recounted

The life of “Gettysburg Eddie” Plank, Hall-of-Fame baseball pitcher recounted

Adams County native was one of the stars of Connie Mack’s Philadelphia Athletics

GETTYSBURG, Pa. – April 10, 2018 — Born in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, only a dozen years after the bloody Civil War battle, Eddie Plank grew up on a farm and was a late-bloomer. By his early twenties, he was a local star on the town ball team and enrolled in the Gettysburg Academy in order to pitch for the Gettysburg College team. Soon after, Connie Mack from the Philadelphia Athletics in the newly-formed American League came calling and the rest is history.

Eddie Plank was the mainstay of Connie Mack’s early success from 1901 through 1914. Plank’s unorthodox delivery and pinpoint control brought him consistent results. While others out-pitched him during individual seasons, “Steady-Eddie”provided Mack excellence year after year while others came and went.

Gettysburg Eddie chronicles the life of this clean-living baseball superstar who worked hard, saved his money, and was always the perfect gentleman. Upon hearing of Eddie’s premature death in 1926, Mack remarked, “I feel like a father must feel who has lost a son.”

“P is for Plank
The arm of the A’s;
When he tangled with Matty
Games lasted for days.”

– “Lineup for Yesterday” by Ogden Nash

About the author:
Lawrence Knorr has authored or co-authored over 20 books, mostly on history or biography. He is a member of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR), the Sons of the American Revolution, and numerous other historical organizations. He enjoys most writing about the formerly famous and his beloved Pennsylvania Dutch culture. He is a lifetime Penn State alum.

By Lawrence Knorr
SUNBURY PRESS
Trade Paperback – 6 x 9 x 1
9781620061701
424 Pages indexed
SPORTS & RECREATION / Baseball / History
BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Sports
HISTORY / US History / Mid-Atlantic

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Threading Love to host the authors of “A Short Season”

Threading Love to host the authors of “A Short Season”

Progeria (rapid premature aging) affects less than 100 people worldwide

LEWISBURG, Pa. – April 6, 2018 — Threading Love, the apparel store at 419 Market Street in Lewisburg is hosting the authors of the heart-tugging book “A Short Season” about the life and travails of young Josiah Viera, who is battling progeria.

In A Short Season: Faith, Family, and a Boy’s Love for Baseball, Dave Bohner, the story’s narrator and Grandfather to Josiah, and Jake Gronsky, former professional baseball player with the St. Louis Cardinals organization, tell the powerful story of Josiah Viera’s fight for life that not only sparked a family’s journey towards healing but inspired a generation of baseball players from one of the most historic organizations in Major League Baseball.

“Josiah has a passion for baseball that transcends the sport. His story has inspired millions, and this book will impact everyone who reads it.”

– Ben Houser, Senior Producer ESPN E:60

Join the book signing!

On Friday, April 13th from 5 pm – 8 pm at Threading Love in Downtown Lewisburg (right next to the Campus Theatre), co-authors Jake Gronsky and David Bohner will be available to sign books as well as introduce the guest of honor – Josiah Viera!  Threading Love will be featuring a pop-up coffee shop by East Africa Coffee Co. and a gourmet grilled cheese food truck by Grilled Cheese Cafe 2, where a percentage of proceeds from sales will be donated to Josiah. There will be books available for purchase in-store at the event and are available for purchase today at Threading Love.  Books can also be purchased through their website to pick up in store or to ship by going to the following link: Threading Love Store (https://www.threadinglove.com/product/a-short-season-book/).

Threading Love will be featuring their line of clothing ‘Josiah by Threading Love’ that was designed by Josiah himself and gives back to help with his travel expenses for baseball.

For any questions, please contact Threading Love at 570-523-0323.

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By G. David Bohner & Jake Gronsky
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Trade Paperback – 6 x 9 x 1
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240 Pages with b&w photos
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Philly’s forgotten 70s Rock ‘n’ Roll trio once performed with music greats

Philly’s forgotten 70s Rock ‘n’ Roll trio once performed with music greats

New biography of Philadelphia band BANG who hit it big in the early 1970s

PHILADELPHIA – April 5, 2018 — Our heads will always jam out to the classic heavy metal rock ‘n’ roll as radios still play the songs we grew up with or cherish from our parents. Relive those times in BANG’s book, The Bang Story. Follow Frank Ferrara, Tony Diorio, and Frankie Gilcken as they tell of their rise to fame starting from meeting in childhood to then performing with Hall of Famers. Re-experience the culture of the time from the trio’s memories and photos. In just under 200 pages, The Bang Story is a fun read filled with Rock ‘n’ Roll nostalgia.

In the summer of 1971, BANG, a trio from the Philadelphia area, decided to take a road trip to Florida to try their fortune. While buying some rolling papers in the Sunshine State, they learned about a Small Faces and Deep Purple concert nearby in Orlando. They showed up at the venue and brazenly declared they were ready to go on stage. The concert organizer asked them to set up and play for him. After a couple songs, he told them they were opening for Rod Stewart and Faces. Before they knew it, BANG was playing with Bachman Turner Overdrive, Deep Purple, Three Dog Night, Fleetwood Mac, Ike and Tina Turner, The Doobie Brothers, and even Black Sabbath. Capitol Records signed them, and three LPs were released. Join Frank Ferrara, Tony Diorio, and Frankie Gilcken, as they recall their rapid rise to fame, playing with numerous Rock and Roll Hall of Famers.

Praise:

… the band “on first listen, sounds incredibly like Led Zeppelin … they play at the same frenetic pace as Zeppelin, and Frank Ferrara’s vocals are so similar to those of Robert Plant’s, as to be downright amazing”
— Billboard magazine (1972)

About the author:
Lawrence Knorr is the author or co-author of more than twenty books, most on regional history and biography. All are published by Sunbury Press, Inc.

By Lawrence Knorr, Frank Ferrara, Tony Diorio, Frank Gilcken
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Trade Paperback – 6 x 9 x .5
9781620065822
192 Pages w/dozens of period photographs
Music: Genres & Styles – Rock
Biography & Autobiography: Composers & Musicians – General
Music: Genres & Styles – Heavy Metal

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Mark Pendergrast’s “The Most Hated Man in America” repeats as the Sunbury Press bestseller for February

Mark Pendergrast’s “The Most Hated Man in America” repeats as the Sunbury Press bestseller for February

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. —  Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for February. Recently released The Most Hated Man in America: Jerry Sandusky and the Rush to Judgment by Mark Pendergrast took the top spot for the second month in a row. Charles Kniffen’s Vietnam memoir, Fifty Years in a Foxhole was second. Mike Campbell’s Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last climbed to #3. Embattled Freedom, Jim Remsen’s recounting of the underground railroad and Civil War service of African Americans from Waverly, Pennsylvania, was 4th. Joe Fair’s Vietnam memoir Call Sign Dracula returned to the list in the 5th spot. Steve Troutman returned to the rankings, taking 6th place with his popular Tulpehocken Trail Traces. Lawrence Knorr’s Gettysburg Eddie: The Story of Eddie Plank slipped a bit to 7th place in advance of its release. Doug Beed’s Chasing Understanding in the Jungles of Vietnam climbed back to 8th. A Short Season, recounting the life of Josiah, a baseball-loving youth battling progeria, slipped to 9th in advance of its release. Troutman’s The Penn’s Manor of Spread Eagle rounded out the top ten.

SUNBURY PRESS – Bestsellers for February 2018 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 1 The Most Hated Man in America: Jerry Sandusky and the Rush to Judgment Mark Pendergrast Legal History
2 NEW Fifty Years in a Foxhole Charles Kniffen Vietnam Memoir
3 11 Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last, 2nd Ed. Mike Campbell History
4 Embattled Freedom Jim Remsen History
5 5 Call Sign Dracula Joe Fair Military Memoir
6 Tulpehocken Trail Traces Steve Troutman History
7 2 Gettysburg Eddie: The Story of Eddie Plank Lawrence Knorr Sports History
8 12 Chasing Understanding in the Jungles of Vietnam Doug Beed Military Memoir
9 4 A Short Season Jake Gronsky & David Bohner Sports Memoir
10 The Penn’s Manor of Spread Eagle … Steve Troutman History
11 6 Trumpet Call to Victory: The Final Years of Hazelton Saint Gabriel’s Basketball Joe Farley Sports History
12 10 The Marines’ Lost Squadron: The Odyssey of VMF-422 Mark Carlson Aviation History
13 NEW R.E.M.F. Van Carter Vietnam Memoir
14 9 Dreams of My Comrades: The Story of MM1C Murray Jacobs Scott Zuckerman Military Memoir
15 The BANG Story BANG and Lawrence Knorr Biography
16 The Trevorton, Mahanoy, and Susquehanna Railroad Steve Troutman History
17 14 Bows, Bullets, and Bears John L. Moore History
18 24 Dear Ma – The Civil War Letters of Curtis Clay Pollock John Hoptak Military Memoir
19 15 Forts, Forests, and Flintlocks John L. Moore History
20 There Is Something About Rough and Ready Lawrence Knorr, et al History
21 20 Settlers, Soldiers, and Scalps John L. Moore History
22 21 Warriors, Wampum, and Wolves John L. Moore History
23 Tories, Terror, and Tea John L. Moore History
24 Keystone Tombstones Civil War Farrell, Farley, & Knorr Biography
25 19 Rivers, Raiders, and Renegades John L. Moore History

The Most Hated Man has been bolstered by radio and media appearances by author Mark Pendergrast.  Fifty Years in a Foxhole was boosted by release activities. Campbell’s Earhart book benefited from false claims that bones found in the South Pacific belonged to the lost aviatrix. Call Sign Dracula benefited from the release of the audiobook. Troutman’s books were boosted by author activities.

 

J. Geoffrey Barber’s historical novel “Three Rogues in Gettysburg” tops Milford House Press bestsellers for February

J. Geoffrey Barber’s historical novel “Three Rogues in Gettysburg” tops Milford House Press bestsellers for February

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. —  Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for February for its Milford House Press fiction imprint. J. Geoffrey Barber’s romantic Three Rogues at Gettysburg, a historical novel set after the battle, took first place. Jess Steven Hughes took the four spots with his historical novels set in Ancient Rome. The recently-released The Broken Lance was 2nd. The Sign of the Eagle, the first book of the series, took third place. The Wolf of Britannia Part II was tenth, while its partner, Part I, was 13th. Mark Mitten took 4th place with his Western novel Hard to Quit. Dennis Herrick moved up to fifth place with his historical Winter of the Metal People. David Parmalee’s historical romance set around the time of the Civil War, The Sea Is a Thief, climbed to sixth. John Cressler took two spots with his first two books of the Anthems of al-Andalus Series, Shadows in the Shining City at 7th and Emeralds of the Alhambra at 10th place.  Carrie Nyman returned to the rankings, taking 8th place with Why Aren’t You Sweet Like Me?  Bob Wood’s western Sage followed in 9th place.  William Lemanski returned to the rankings with his murder mystery, Murder in Tuxedo Park.  Patchtown by Jolene (Busher) Fay stayed in 14th place. Steve Kious’s Sherlock Holmes and the Crater Lake Adventure rounded out the list.

MILFORD HOUSE PRESS – Bestsellers for February 2018 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 11 Three Rogues in Gettysburg J Geoffrey Barber Historical
2 NEW The Broken Lance Jess Steven Hughes Historical
3 3 The Sign of the Eagle Jess Steven Hughes Historical
4 4 Hard to Quit Mark Mitten Western
5 6 Winter of the Metal People Dennis Herrick Historical
6 The Sea Is a Thief David Parmalee Historical
7 Shadows in the Shining City John Cressler Historical
8 Why Aren’t You Sweet Like Me? Carrie Nyman Historical Romance
9 Sage Bob Wood Western
10 Emeralds of the Alhambra John Cressler Historical
11 The Wolf of Britannia Part II Jess Steven Hughes Historical
12 Murder in Tuxedo Park William Lemanski Detective Thriller
13 The Wolf of Britannia Part I Jess Steven Hughes Historical
14 14 Patchtown Jolene Fay Historical
15 Sherlock Holmes and the Crater Lake Adventure Steven Kious Detective Thriller

Barber’s book sold well due to author activities. Hughes’ books continue to sell well through bookstore events in the Pacific Northwest. Mitten’s books have been selling well online. Herrick continues to hold author events to maintain his sales. The others were helped by publisher publicity and/or Kindle sales.

Thomas Malafarina’s “Malaformed Realities Volume 2” is #1 at Hellbender Books for February

Thomas Malafarina’s “Malaformed Realities Volume 2” is #1 at Hellbender Books for February

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. —  Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for February for its horror/thriller imprint, HELLBENDER BOOKS. Veteran author Thomas Malafarina claimed four of the top five spots! Newly released short story compilation Malaformed Realities Volume 2 was the top-seller. Malaformed Realities Volume 3, also just released, was a close second. Kyle Alexander Romine’s supernatural thriller The Keeper of the Crows fell to third place after a long reign at the top. Tom’s supernatural thriller about the devil speaking through a cell phone, Burner, was 4th. His supernatural thriller about a blood-thirsty demon dwelling in a coal mine in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, What Waits Beneath, rounded out the list.

 

HELLBENDER BOOKS – Bestsellers for February 2018 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 NEW Malaformed Realities Vol. 2 Thomas Malafarina Horror Short Stories
2 NEW Malaformed Realities Vol. 3 Thomas Malafarina Horror Short Stories
3 1 The Keeper of the Crows Kyle Alexander Romines Supernatural Thriller
4 4 Burner Thomas Malafarina Supernatural Thriller
5 5 What Waits Beneath Thomas Malafarina Supernatural Thriller

Malafarina was boosted by author activities and multiple releases in the same month. Romines was helped by strong ebook sales.

“Living in the Afterlife” by medium and author Michele Livingston “fourpeats” as the Ars Metaphysica bestseller for February

“Living in the Afterlife” by medium and author Michele Livingston “fourpeats” as the Ars Metaphysica bestseller for February

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. —  Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for February for its spiritual/metaphysical imprint, ARS METAPHYSICA. The Peoples’ Medium, Michele Livingston, took the top spot for the fourth month in a row with her visionary Living in the Afterlife, revealing her channeling of information from the other side.  She also nabbed the 4th spot with her previous release Messages from Beyond. Michelle Hoffer took second place with her new release Soaring Minds Journal and Workbook which is designed to assist women with recovering from abusive relationships. Lebanese author Karim El Koussa rounded out the last, taking third place with his popular well-researched alternative history of the life of Jesus Christ entitled Jesus the Phoenician. El Koussa also took fifth place with his metaphysical fiction novel The Phoenician Code for which a French version was just released.

ARS METAPHYSICA – Bestsellers for February 2018 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 1 Living in the Afterlife Michele Livingston Metaphysical
2 NEW Soaring Minds Journal and Workbook Michelle Hoffer Self-Improvement
3 3 Jesus the Phoenician Karim el Koussa Religious History
4 4 Messages from Beyond Michele Livingston Metaphysical
5 5 The Phoenician Code Karim el Koussa Metaphysical Fiction

Livingston’s books have sold steadily throughout the US and overseas due to the subject matter. El Koussa’s books continue to sell well internationally. Hoffer’s book has sold well in the greater-Harrisburg area.
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William F. Lee’s grief memoir “All My Heroes Are Gone” once again Brown Posey Press bestseller for February

William F. Lee’s grief memoir “All My Heroes Are Gone” once again Brown Posey Press bestseller for February

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. —  Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for February for its literary fiction imprint, BROWN POSEY PRESS. William F. Lee’s touching grief memoir about the loss of his wife after a long marriage, All My Heroes Are Gone,  ranked number one.  Robert Barksy’s entertaining novel Hatched about a counterfeiting ring that starts in a gourmet restaurant in New York took the second spot. Christina Burns’ true crime memoir A Journey Called Life returned to #3. Tory Gates took the last two positions with his YA novel A Moment in the Sun and Live from the Cafe.

BROWN POSEY PRESS – Bestsellers for February 2018 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 2 All My Heroes Are Gone William F Lee Grief Memoir
2 1 Hatched Robert Barksy Literary Fiction
3 A Journey Called Life Christina Burns True Crime
4 A Moment in the Sun Tory Gates Young Adult
5 Live from the Cafe Tory Gates Gay & Lesbian Fiction

Lee’s book has performed well due to author activities in his local area of Texas. Barksy’s book has been selling through online retailers. Burns and Gates have received regional interest.

 

 

Mark Pendergrast’s “The Most Hated Man in America” is the Sunbury Press bestseller for January

Mark Pendergrast’s “The Most Hated Man in America” is the Sunbury Press bestseller for January

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. —  Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for January. Recently released The Most Hated Man in America: Jerry Sandusky and the Rush to Judgment by Mark Pendergrast took the top spot. Lawrence Knorr’s Gettysburg Eddie: The Story of Eddie Plank debuted in the 2nd spot in advance of its release. The late Ron Knorr and Clemmie Whatley soared to 3rd with The Georgia Segregated School for the DeafA Short Season, recounting the life of Josiah, a baseball-loving youth battling progeria, slipped one notch to the fourth spot in advance of its release. Joe Fair’s Vietnam memoir Call Sign Dracula returned to the list in the 5th spot.   Joe Farley’s basketball memoir Trumpet Call to Victory netted the sixth position. Former Congressman Jason Altmire’s Dead Center: How Political Polarization Divided America and What We Can Do About It finally fell from the top spot, dropping to 7th. John L. Moore claimed 8th with his new release Scorched Earth: General Sullivan and the Senecas. All of his books in the Frontier Pennsylvania series charted this month. Scott Zuckerman’s story of Murray Jacobs, a Seabee in WW2 entitled Dreams of My Comrades was ninth. Mark Carlson’s World War II aviation history The Marines’ Lost Squadron was tenth.

SUNBURY PRESS – Bestsellers for January 2018 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 2 The Most Hated Man in America: Jerry Sandusky and the Rush to Judgment Mark Pendergrast Legal History
2 NEW Gettysburg Eddie: The Story of Eddie Plank Lawrence Knorr Sports History
3 18 The Georgia Segregated School for the Deaf Ron Knorr & Clemmie Whatley History
4 3 A Short Season Jake Gronsky & David Bohner Sports Memoir
5 Call Sign Dracula Joe Fair Military Memoir
6 5 Trumpet Call to Victory: The Final Years of Hazelton Saint Gabriel’s Basketball Joe Farley Sports History
7 1 Dead Center: How Political Polarization Divided America and What We Can Do About It Jason Altmire Political Science
8 NEW Scorched Earth: General Sullivan and the Senecas John L. Moore History
9 4 Dreams of My Comrades: The Story of MM1C Murray Jacobs Scott Zuckerman Military Memoir
10 6 The Marines’ Lost Squadron: The Odyssey of VMF-422 Mark Carlson Aviation History
11 10 Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last, 2nd Ed. Mike Campbell History
12 11 Chasing Understanding in the Jungles of Vietnam Doug Beed Military Memoir
13 Freemasons at Gettysburg Sheldon Munn History
14 23 Bows, Bullets, and Bears John L. Moore History
15 Forts, Forests, and Flintlocks John L. Moore History
16 Cannons, Cattle, and Campfires John L. Moore History
17 NEW Look, I Shrunk Grandma Karen Severson Elder Care
18 Pioneers, Prisoners, and Peacepipes John L. Moore History
19 Rivers, Raiders, and Renegades John L. Moore History
20 Settlers, Soldiers, and Scalps John L. Moore History
21 Warriors, Wampum, and Wolves John L. Moore History
22 Traders, Travelers, and Tomahawks John L. Moore History
23 12 Chicken Bone Beach Cheryl Brooks Segregation
24 13 Dear Ma – The Civil War Letters of Curtis Clay Pollock John Hoptak Military Memoir
25 Lost in the Shadow of Fame William Lemanski Biography

The Most Hated Man has been bolstered by radio and media appearances by author Mark Pendergrast.  Gettysburg Eddie has been helped by advance interest prior to its release in time for baseball season. The Georgia Segregated School for the Deaf was boosted by orders from academic institutions.  A Short Season has been helped by the television program produced by Ben Houser on ESPN, E:60 and a tremendous response to the book by the local community. Farley’s Trumpet Call has been helped by Joe’s media coverage of the book in the Hazleton region. John L. Moore’s books continue to sell well through bookstores in upstate Pennsylvania.