July 4, 2016
RICHER Press Children’s Books are a Big Hit
RICHER Press offers some of the most unique and innovative children’s books available on the market today. All of the stories are written to entertain, educate and help young readers learn things early in life that will have a lifelong positive impact.
From learning how recycling is important to our environment and why healthy eating is required to prevent and manage Type-2 diabetes to what it takes to be a friend and not a bully…these colorful and superbly illustrated books will become family treasures for years to come.
Browse through the details of each of our special children’s books and learn more about all of the current RICHER Press publications by reviewing our new Trade Book Catalog.
June 13, 2016
Kristi Grimm Publishes First Book of Series Aimed at Teenagers and “Tweeners”
Since publishing her fourth book in the Mommy Tell Me a Story children’s educational book series, Kristi Grimm has surprised even herself by quickly completing and publishing of her first book in what she plans to be a series of fictional literature in the Mythology & Folk Tales genre.
Her first book in the Mitty’s Gamen series is titled, How it Began and was released on June 1, 2016. The 206 page paperback is published by A Book’s Mind.
Mitty’s Gamen: How it Began is described by readers as “a suspenseful, adventurous story” and a book where “the characters show a lot of imagination and the storyline is very creative.” Unlike her Mommy Tell Me a Story series which is written for young children, Kristi’s new series is targeted at young teenagers and older children called “Tweeners.” The “tween” years technically occur between the ages of 10 and 12. Her husband, Dave Grimm, provides the amazing illustrations for both series of books…Read More
May 24, 2016
Susan and Boots Visit Indiana School
During a book promotion tour, Author Susan Juergensen and her now famous companion, “Boots” visit an elementary school in Noblesville, Indiana to share the story of Boots and his adventures.
Boots is the chow and German shepherd mix, who was saved by the Arizona Humane Society during their Hurricane Katrina rescue efforts. Boots was adopted by an Arizona Humane Society volunteer. Boots has become famous for his visits the organization as a “Nanny” for kittens – helping them to socialize and become more adoptable.
Susan Juergensen is an Indiana native. She now lives in Arizona. Over the past 10 years…Read More.
RICHER Press Author selected as Finalist in the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards
May 12, 2016
Phoenix, AZ: RICHER Press announced today that Dr. Fay Cobb Payton and her new book titled Leveraging Intersectionality: Seeing and Not Seeing were named a finalist in the AFRICAN AMERICAN category of the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.
All Finalists and Winners were invited to attend an awards reception at the Newberry Library in Chicago on May 11th during the BookExpo America (BEA). The BEA is the leading book and author event for the North American publishing industry.
In her new book, Dr. Fay Cobb Payton offers a unique and careful examination of who is engaged in digital and social inclusion, who is not and why everyone should be. The Foreword for Leveraging Intersectionality: Seeing and Not Seeing is written by Johnnella E. Butler, Ed.D., Former Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Spelman College.
Dr. Fay, as she is affectionately called, is currently an Associate Professor of Information Systems at North Carolina State University.
Leveraging Intersectionality: Seeing and Not Seeing was released and distributed globally on August 25, 2014.The attractive, 282 page paperback is available at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble.com and anywhere quality books are sold.
An Abundance of Experience, Empathy and Encouragement Anchors New Book by Accomplished Massachusetts Dentist
Her Mission of Helping Millions Cope and Reduce Their Fear of the Dental Chair
May 1, 2016 – When “Little Suzy” was growing up in a modest middle class family, she experienced the normal challenges and fears associated with childhood and adolescence. Many such challenges simply require allowing Mother Nature to take her course. With time, she overcame most of her childhood fears with experience and maturity.
However, the one fear that haunted “Little Suzy” throughout her early life is the one that also haunts millions of others — the fear of climbing into the dental chair. Today, this kind of fear is related to what is called dental anxiety and dental phobia. Both are extremely common. It is estimated that 9% to 15% of Americans avoid seeing the dentist because of anxiety and fear.
In her new book titled, Have No Fear of the Dental Chair! A Guide for Reducing Dental Fear, “Little Suzy,” now Dr. Susan R. Cushing, tells the story of her childhood fear of dentists and finding a…Read More
Charles Mattocks Celebrity Chef & Worldwide Diabetes Advocate Joins RICHER Press Author Team with New Children’s Book to Help Fight Diabetes.
Phoenix, Arizona – RICHER Press released the new book written by Charles Mattocks, the celebrity chef, best selling author and Emmy nominated actor and Kristi Grimm, the author of the popular “Mommy, Tell Me a Story” Children’s book series. The book’s release and global distribution will coincide with many summer and fall community health & wellness activities leading up to the World Diabetes Day on November 14th. The release also supports the launch of Mr. Mattocks’ National Diabetes Testing Tour. CNN will accompany and record Charles’ humanitarian pursuit to test one million Americans for diabetes….Read More
Western Writers Live On
AUGUST 6, 2015 – AUGUST 27, 2015
Second Year of Collaboration Brings More Western Writers of America’s Members and Great Discussion Topics
LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio has teamed again this year with the Western Writers of America, Inc. (WWA) to produce and broadcast four very special episodes during the month of August.
The year’s series is titled, Western Writers Live On. Each episode will include interviews with members of the WWA who will be interviewed and will discuss interesting and enlightening aspects of Western literature on the “live” and nationally broadcasted radio talk show.
About the Western Writers of America
The Western Writers of America or WWA was incorporated in 1953 to promote the literature of the American West. Like the Western landscape itself, WWA and the books, songs, and stories produced by its members have evolved immensely. There are no longer just traditional Western fiction authors. WWA boasts historians, nonfiction authors, young adult, romance writers, songwriters, poets, and screenwriters for film and television. They all have one thing in common—Their work in every medium is set in the ever‐changing American West.
Today the WWA has more than 650 members who have garnered awards and made The New York Times best‐sellers list.
Richer Life, LLC Opens Tucson Area Office
JULY 14, 2015 – Phoenix-based professional services, media production and publishing firm, Richer Life, LLC announces today that it has opened a second office located in Tucson. The new location will support the greater Tucson area and expand its publishing services business RICHER Press.
The new Tucson office is located in the Catalina Foothills area at 6890 East Sunrise Drive, Suite 120-522, Tucson, Arizona 85750.
The Phoenix Office will continue to serve as the company’s corporate headquarters.
RICHER Press Co-Publishers Enjoy Lunch With
Steamboat Springs Writers and Published Authors
Dr. Dawn Obrecht Wins Second Evvy Award
Denver, Colorado – Dawn V. Obrecht,M.D., the Eric Hoffer Award winning author of “From the Edge of the Cliff: Understanding the Two Phases of Recovery And Becoming the Person You’re Meant To Be”, added another EVVY Award in the Spiritual and Religious category to the list of recognitions for her new book, “Who’s Your Higher Power? Finding a God of Your Own Understanding”. The Annual EVVY Awards is sponsored by the Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA). CIPA is one of the nation’s oldest Independent Publishers Association. The nonprofit association was founded in 1992 by Evelyn Kaye, after whom the Evvy award is named and is supported by book publishers, authors, future authors and related publishing service providers…. Learn more about DocDawn
New Book By RICHER Press Author is Written to Offer Solace and Comfort to the Broken Hearted
You can feel the passion in her voice when Dr. Charlotte Grant-Cobb ask the following questions: “What do you say to someone who has lost a loved one? How do you tell a dear friend how deeply sorry you are for their loss? How can you bring hope to the person that feels guilty because they lived and their loved one died?”
In a recent interview, she stated…Read More
LIVING A RICHER LIFE is a nationally-broadcasted talk radio show and is destined to become one of America’s best “Life Changing” weekly talk radio shows in the blogosphere. The show enlightens, educates and encourages its listeners. Through entertaining interviews and discussions on topics pertinent to personal health, wealth, hope and prosperity, the show’s listeners are connected to like-minded people and are empowered to pursue their own missions in life…Read More