There’s an old cliché that when life gives lemons, make lemonade. For a Katy author, the pandemic gave him a chance to write his first book. Yifan Guo, 26 years old, wrote a non-fiction title called Machine Learning: A Beginner’s Guide. The work is published through Lulu.com, a platform that uses print-on-demand technology to print a book when it is actually ordered. He said he is working to publish the book through Amazon Kindle Desktop […]
* Wednesday, September 30th * 7pm “LIVE from The Heritage Society with Mister McKinney” featuring author and Galveston historian Kimber Fountain talking about the 120th anniversary of the Great Storm on 1900 and her book Galveston Seawall Chronicles, which showcases the engineering marvel and popular attraction, along with the grade raising of the City of Galveston often not told. The free virtual lecture takes place inside our new Tea Room studio with vintage photos from his book.
By George Slaughter Wharton author Elizabeth Dettling “Liz” Moreno has created a novel coloring book to deal with the novel coronavirus pandemic. Her book, “The COVID-19 Pandemic and How the Animals Saved the Day,” is now available. Moreno is promoting her book now, just like any author. But the situation with the coloring book is different than with her other four books. Friends, admirers, and colleagues donated money to print 8,000 copies of the coloring […]