KITTY GIRL AND MR. SQUIRREL, RESCUED AND HOMED
Book Two, Lost and Found Now Available as E-Book and Paperback
CHICAGO, Sept. 24, 2019—Chock full of double the number of original illustrations, Kitty Girl and Mr. Squirrel, Lost and Found can now be purchased as an e-book or paperback on www.resiamedia.com or on Amazon. Both books also are available to libraries and bookstores through Ingram wholesaler.
Receive two coloring pages of the original illustrations FREE with every purchase from www.resiamedia.com.
In this second continuing adventure of Kitty Girl, Mr. Squirrel frets at home as Kitty wanders off and gets lost in the woods. Scared and hungry, Kitty searches for something familiar. With the help of technology and a few kind people, she is reunited with her best friend and pet parent. This story is perfect for new readers who can benefit from learning the responsibilities of pet ownership or as a read-to book for younger children.
Here’s the buzz:
“These books make a great birthday gift for grandchildren or nieces”
“The perfect stocking stuffer for Christmas”
“Cat rescue centers love books like this that promote responsible pet ownership”
“When your little ones want to curl up with a good book, Kitty Girl saves the day”
It’s never too early to begin your holiday shopping or to share a great story with a young person.
About the Author
Resia Nank has always been a writer. In her 25-year career as a corporate journalist and communications professional, she wrote for various industries on multiple platforms. She holds a Masters degree from Johns Hopkins University and an undergraduate degree from Towson University. She’s a native of Maryland and has lived in and around Baltimore and the Chicago area, but spends as much time as possible, with kitty Violet, at her favorite home in Scottsdale, Arizona. www.resiamedia.com
About the Illustrator
Dana Kelly is an Arizona-based illustrator. She is working towards her bachelor’s degree in Media Arts and Animation at the Art Institute of Phoenix. Dana is also a background and layout artist in both 2D and 3D.
EASTERN SHORE NATIVE PUBLISHES MEMOIR, “SMALL TOWN SCANDAL”
A Forbidden Two-Decade Relationship Revealed
Easton, Md., March 1, 2017 – Just in time for spring, Outskirts Press has published a shocking memoir by Resia Nank (née Andrews). This journey of forbidden love and sexual awakening begins in the “me generation” 1970s and follows her life and relationships into the “go-go” 90s.
Nank was born in Cambridge, Maryland but attended school and graduated from Easton High in 1977. As a freshman, she met and fell in love with a mysterious, married man who moved into her neighborhood. She spent her college years and most of her adult life in Baltimore. Her juicy memoir traces the ups and downs of her affair, courtship, then marriage, to a man 19 years her senior and its ultimate tragic end.
“For years, my friends would urge me to write a book,” Nank said. “It took me a long time to get my memories onto the page and create a coherent story. Then, I felt the time was right to be unburdened by revealing the secret.”
The book is available directly on her website www.resiamedia.com, or on Outskirts Press www.outskirtspress.com/smalltownscandal, or Amazon www.amazon.com (e-book only for Kindle), or Barnes and Noble www.barnesandnoble.com (for Nook) as a paperback or an e-book. Any bookstore can order the book using ISBN #978-1-4787-7609-3.
Nank has always been a writer. During the book’s timeframe, she worked for the Star Democrat newspaper in her hometown. In her 25-year career as a corporate journalist and communications professional, she wrote for various industries on multiple platforms. She holds a Masters degree from Johns Hopkins University and an undergraduate degree from Towson University. She’s lived in and around Baltimore and the Chicago area but spends as much time as possible at her favorite home in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Nank is currently working on her second book, a true crime tale of her best friend’s mother’s murder. Her lifestyle website www.resiamedia.com is a well-curated, single source for affordable liberal arts and crafts products. Explore the books, stories, paintings, music and crafts made by humans for fellow humans, with an artistic eye to enriching lives and creating beauty, entertainment and pleasure. The site is still growing so if you would like to become a member of our community contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.