Authors

George Cunningham

George Cunningham spent 42 years as a working journalist. He sat in living rooms with grieving families after drive-by shootings, has been on the firelines as homes burned, and spent long hours listening to people cry and lie. His new novel, KABOOM is now avaiable as a paperback on Amazon and Barnes & Noble and as an ebook on Amazon. His first novel, The Big Story, is now available in both printed and ebook versions on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. He is currently working with his wife, Carmela, on a history of the Port of Long Beach.

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Carmela Cunningham

Carmela Cunningham, who loves reading and writing about history more than just about anything else, is the author of Information Access and Adaptive Technology, the premier text on providing adaptive technology for people with disabilities. She is the co-owner of Reader Publishing Group and the former chief operations officer for UCLA’s Institute of Digital Research and Education. She is currently working with her husband George on a history of the Port of Long Beach. Long-term projects include "Saying Goodbye," a gude to end of life care for elderly parents, and a history book on Enrico Dondelo, the Doge of Venice, and the role he played during the Fourth Crusade.

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Ken Cable

Avid outdoorsman Ken Cable's book, Track of the Hunter, tells the story of Mark, a Forest Service intern, as he joins the search for poachers, who have been killing wild bears to supply the Asian black market for bear paws and organs. Mark is a character introduced in Cable's first novel, LOST. In LOST, Mark and his cousin and kid brother get stranded in California's High Sierra Mountains during a spring snow storm and have to rely on their wits and courage to survive, while being stalked by a rogue bear. In Track of the Hunter, Mark is out to save bears from those who would harm them. Cable has crafted a Young Adult book that is reminiscent of the adventure books as they used to exist. The setting for both books is the 70s, a time before cell phones, GPS and text messaging. Both books are available as paperbacks on both Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com and as ebooks on Amazon.

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Larry LaRue

Larry LaRue is a local columnist with the Tacoma News Tribune and former sports writer, who spent more than 32 years covering Major League Baseball. Baseball fans in the Pacific Northwest are quite familiar with LaRue from his stories on the fortunes of the Seattle Mariners. LaRue’s book “Major League Encounters,” which includes 100 short stories about his personal ecounters with some of the famous and no-so-famous people who make their living playing a game. The book provides readers with an insider's look at life in the clubhouse and on the field. Major League Encounters if available in both paperback and ebook format at both Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

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Reader Publishing Group

Reader Publishing Group is a partnership owned by George and Carmela Cunningham. It represents a small community of independent and talented writers, helping them get their books published and marketed.

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