Hi all, another summery summary second last one of the summer because after August, we’ll be into September and it’ll be Autumn and then we’ll have to sit and think of a witty name for the end-of-month review (suggestions in comments section please!)
The office has been pumping as usual, we’ve working on some upcoming releases for you… most recently we’ve made Baret Yacobian’s ‘Dreams, Visions & Fragments’ available for Kindle (beginning of August) – so head down to Amazon for your copy, although it’s not for the feint-hearted! We’ll post an extract from it in the coming days for your enjoyment, so keep your eyes peeled for that!
We’ve been cooking up something interesting through the month… mother and daughter duo Ela Loncarevic and Eli Gilic have made a most sensual recipe book called ‘Eat, Tease & Please’ for all the couples out there! There’ll be a recipe on the blog in a couple of days to, dare I say it, stir your interest, so if you want to impress your love with a mouth watering morsel (for the fastest way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, ladies! Gents… show a little tenderness and cook up a romantic dinner), then, when it’s released in September, this will be the book for you!
Now that the Olympics is here, if you’re interested in learning about athletics, we have a very interesting Greek title that Χρίστος Χρίστου (Christos Christou) has written; it’s the first ever Greek book on the focusing on the sport of Triathlon, and it’s called ‘Τρίαθλο – Δρόμος ζωής’ (in English, ‘Triathlon – A Road of Life). As of yet it will only be available in Greek, (but an English translation is on the to-do list!) it will be out in September!
Also coming out in September (seems like September’s the month to look forward to, hey?) will be ‘Tell me a Tale’ a collection of short-stories published in conjunction with Fluster Magazine after their short-story competition that they hosted in the beginning of the year.
You may have noticed that our authors have been extra busy this month also; Colette Ni Reamonn Ioannidou (author of the ‘To Live or Not to Live’ and ‘To Die or Not to Die’ short-story collections) wrote a fascinating article entitled ‘The Value of the Book as Communicator’ (which you can read here).
Also Hollywood retiree and author of ‘Chrysalis’ and ‘Act III‘, Richard Romanus wrote an insightful piece on the situation of crisis in Greece, ‘From Where I Sit’. Hey, do this for you, so go on and take a gander at them!
Well, that about wraps it up for now. So from here at Armida, enjoy the summer and keep on reading!