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Happenings for Open Door Publications This Fall

The next six weeks are filled with special dates here at Open Door Publications. Here’s a quick guide to what’s happening.
Princeton Local Author’s Day. This annual event highlights local authors in the region and ODP has been in attendance for six years now for this amazing gathering of writing talents. Come on out and meet some of the Open Door authors and staff. The event will be from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, at the Princeton Library on Witherspoon Street. We hope to see you there., our second new imprint for adult fiction, has launched, just in time to showcase Fate’s Hand.
fates_handFate’s Hand, an adult fantasy novel by Melissa Macfie, will be released on Oct. 19. The book will be released as an e-book first, with the paper book being released in spring, 2016. If you enjoy fantasy, this book is for you. Available on Amazon. Here’s a little about the book.
“Brenawyn McAllister has quit her job and headed to Salem, Massachusetts to stay with her grandmother. She expects to slowly join the world of the living again until she meets Alexander Sinclair. But the gods have other plans for Brenawyn. Is she really the long-lost daughter of a Celtic god? Is she destined to be the prophesied Druid high priestess?” This site, one of our two new imprints, launched a few days ago. It features books for parents and children, particularly books for parents and teachers as well as children’s picture books and children’s through young adult fiction and non-fiction.
MommyGLose that Mommy Guilt: Tales and Tips From an Imperfect Mom YOU GOT THIS! By Cara Maksimow, LCSW, CPC, will be released on Nov. 10 on the website.
In Lose That Mommy Guilt, Lessons and Tales from an Imperfect Mom, therapist, coach and speaker Cara Maksimow, LCSW, CPC, assures moms that being imperfect is perfectly fine in parenting. With stories for every mom, whether you’ve just found out you are pregnant, or have a child in school, Cara shares her stories and tips for gaining confidence and letting go of the guilt that can make parenting so much tougher.
You’ll find some of our other titles, such as The Stars That Shine, by Jodi O’Donnell-Ames, Freya and the Dragon Egg by K.W. Penndorf, and Building the 21st Century Child by Ron Shuali.

We hope you’ll come out and see us. There are lots of ways to connect this fall: in person on Oct. 24, on our three websites, or our Twitter and Facebook pages.

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