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Lucky Valley Press July Newsletter

OUR MISSION: to help authors get their books into print and worldwide retail distribution; to provide inspired solutions for editing, design and layout; and to maintain the voice of the author and the integrity of the concept.

The Little Bach Book by David Gordon

160 pages, 6 x 9, softcover, 82 illustrations, maps, bibliography

Bach specialist David Gordon has created a richly illustrated and amusing collection of his favorite anecdotes, historical explanations, timelines, bits of pathos, gritty vignettes of everyday realities, and colorful stories about J.S. Bach and everyday life around him in early 18th-century Germany. There’s no other book like it. Learn More…

The Soup Kit by Ginna BB Gordon color photos by the author, 208 pages, 8.5 x 8.5, softcover

Everything a cook needs to know about soup: a little history, a lot of spice and herb combos borrowed

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Lucky Valley Press News April 2020

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Happy Valentine’s Day from Lucky Valley Press

Lucky Valley Press Valentine's Day 2020 Special

Lucky Valley Press Valentine Special

Get 10% off the Lucky Valley Press fee during February 2020!

For details and an evaluation of your project, contact David & Ginna Gordon at [email protected]

 

Body Wisdom

Book ReviewBODY WISDOMSecrets for Achieving Health,Happiness and LongevityDr. Gerald Senogles, D.O.M., L.Ac.BODY WISDOM gives you important informationabout your body and your health. “Every feeling that doesn’t seem right, or isn’t what it used to be,…

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So You’ve Written a Book…

Ginna and David Gordon FREE presentation: Publishing Today, a conversation about indie publishing, from 5–6 pm on Fri, Jan 4 at Art Presence

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Tibetan Temple #6

I build Shrines to the Divine entirely for my own enjoyment. There is no goal, no show in mind, no beginning, middle or end of the project. I am just creating temples, exploring the skills learned, both as an artist as well as a human. And what amaz…

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Lucky Valley Press author/friend, Sharon Mehdi

 When I first met Sharon Mehdi, I thought she was a stand-up comic. She made me laugh until  my jeans burst at the seams.Then I discovered all kinds of interesting things about Sharon: labyrinth walker, healer, teacher, writer, public speaker…

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Charles Osborne’s "Boss" is just in time for the Pebble Beach Centennial

 “Without Sam Morse, Pebble Beach would be a West Coast Coney Island.”   – Bing Crosby“A newspaper dubbed my grandfather “The Duke of Del Monte” and although he pretended to be embarrassed by the title, I believe he liked it. Del Monte w…

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Sculpting Polymer Buddhas #4

I am not well-set, nor do I have the bandwidth for, taking pictures of my hands while creating.Following are all the photos of my Buddhas over the course of three days. All the facial features are exaggerated, not on purpose.The top not and hair aren’t…

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Sculpting Polymer Clay Buddhas #2

Just Buddha’s Head.In the interest of keeping my self-imposed sculpting lessons simple, I scrunched up a ball of foil and rolled out some clay to cover it for a head. (I learned the hard way not to bake any polymer clay thicker than about 1/4 inch; it …

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