Books We Publish

We publish books in a number of genres, from business and blogging how-tos to fiction to essays to photography. Most of our books will be available on the Kindle, some will be available only as PDFs from our site. We invite you to join us by the fire and see if there is something here you can enjoy :)

Inspirational Quotes for Writers

Inspirational Quotes for Writers

In print form this would be considered a “coffee table” book. We are pleased to offer coffee table photography and art for you to have in your Kindle which is much lighter than a coffee table book. :)

My son Daniel kept a file of all the quotes that inspired him as a writer. I have paired the quotes with some of my photography and art in the hopes that between them we can help writers get over writer’s block or even just give people a place to read and relax.

While the quotes included are aimed at writers, anyone can enjoy the photographs and art that are included, and the thought provoking quotes that are paired with the images.

The quotes and images included are not only inspirational; some are here to make you think. They are here to evoke emotion, whether it is relaxation, anger, agreement or debate.

This book has full color photographs that will display awesomely on the Kindle Fire, however they will also display well in black and white on the e-ink Kindles.

I would love to hear your feedback on the style and format of this book because I have an entire series planned and want to be sure they are formated in a way that is enjoyable.

Buy NightFire Inspirational Quotes for Writers for the Amazon Kindle or your favorite Kindle App.

Photograhs of butterlies with quotes and butterfly poetry

Butterflies have always fascinated photographers and writers Deborah Carney and Vinny O’Hare. In this series of books features their photographs of butterflies with quotes, proverbs and poetry about butterflies.

A Butterfly Lights Beside Us

A butterfly lights beside us, like a sunbeam…
and for a brief moment it’s glory
and beauty belong to our world…
but then it flies on again, and although
we wish it could have stayed,
we are so thankful to have seen it at all.
~ Author Unknown

All our butterfly photographs are taken of live butterflies in the wild or in sanctioned butterfly conservatories.

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Photography eBook: Poetry and Peonies Volume 1: Japanese Tree Peonies

Photography eBook: Poetry and Peonies Volume 1: Japanese Tree Peonies

Peonies have always fascinated me, from the bushes that grew in my Grandmother’s garden years ago to the tree peonies I recently discovered in the Botanical Gardens in New York City. They are so colorful, so playful and yet so serene.

I can, and have, spend hours just looking and drinking in their solitude and beauty.

This book is the first in a series and even though it isn’t all poetry, I hope you will give me poetic license to include quotes and words that are inspirational to me, and hopefully to you.

This book has full color photographs when viewed on Kindle apps or on the Kindle Fire, and the images are also beautiful in black and white when displayed on devices that don’t support color.

Currently available on the Kindle. Don’t have a Kindle? No problem! There are free Kindle Apps for your PC or Mac, plus other devices. Check the Amazon Kindle store to find out your options.

Weirder Than Marshmallows book of essays by Dan Fogg and Deborah Carney

Thirty milligrams sodium, twenty-three grams carbohydrates, less than one gram protein. The marshmallow. Don’t look for it at your local health club. Don’t include it as part of a diet. And don’t eat more than a few at once, you’ll just end up with a stomachache.

The ingredients of a marshmallow are fairly simple. Corn syrup, sugar, dextrose, corn starch, water, gelatin, tetrasodium pyrophosphate, artificial and natural flavor, and blue 1. Most of those are self-explanatory. Corn syrup for flavor, sugar because that’s what the marshmallow is, corn starch for shelf-life, water to puff the thing out, gelatin to hold it together. Nobody knows what the compounds are for, and nobody really cares. Because, come on, why would you care what you’re putting in your mouth?

The ingredient I have a question about is the blue 1. Food coloring. Blue food coloring. Now maybe I’m wrong about this, but marshmallows are white, aren’t they? And white is achieved by a lack of color. So what color did those little puffs of sugar have to start out to require the addition of blue to neutralize it?

Anyway, I could rant about marshmallows forever. You may not agree, and you don’t have to; I think the things are weird. But this book isn’t about marshmallows, despite the ramblings above. This book is about stories. Stories that are, like marshmallows, strange, mind boggling, but somehow appealing to the public at large. Hard to explain, impossible to ignore.

Ignorance, lack of common sense, and downright inhuman stupidity run rampant in this country and around the world. I watch people, and I hear stories, and they beg, beg, beg to be mocked and ridiculed.

Weirder Than Marshmallows showcases tales of stupidity and ignorance in the hopes of making people laugh. Stories are divided into five categories.

Do Not Stop on Tracks showcases warnings that should never have to be warned.
En Masse contains stories of mass ignorance.
Technology Sucks explores the hazards of the technological age.
That’s Just Freaky features Twilight Zone like tales of paranormality.
Weird Stuff is stuff that is… well, weird

All the stories in this book are true. That’s what makes the concept attention grabbing. Anybody can make up strange stories, writers do it all the time. That’s why people love Stephen King, his stories are downright weird. But these are real, they actually happened, to relatively normal human beings. There’s no fiction here.

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photos of cadillac carsClassic Cadillac pictures taken by Vinny O’Hare and members from the Cadillac Country Club.

This First Edition Features Many Cadillacs

1959 Cadillac Sedan Deville with pictures of before and after restoration.
1938 Cadillac Series 90 V 16 Fleetwood Limousine once owned by W.C. Fields.
1954 Cadillac Fleetwood that was used by Marilyn Monroe and Bing Crosby.
1966 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible
1976 Cadillac Sedan Deville
1960 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe
1957 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible
1948 Cadillac Series 62 Saoutchik

Just a bunch of great Cadillacs that look like they just rolled off the showroom floor.

If you don’t have a kindle you can download the Kindle for pc application that is on the right hand side of the page and read it on your computer.

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