Daily Archive: Monday, July 10, 2017

New Novel Combines Christian Faith with Survival Manual

HOUSTON (PRWEB) July 10, 2017 Fear seems to have crept into every aspect of our lives. In fact, according to a 2016 survey of American’s worst fears, alarm over government corruption and terrorist attacks surpasses a fear of death. Dr. Larry Horton believes there is one way to confront that fear: preparation. Dr. Horton

Versare Updates and Enhances Ceiling-Mounted Sound Panels

Versare’s updated ceiling sound panels hang in a flag formation The new ceiling sound panel construction is lighter-weight, more affordable, and just as effective at dampening room sound. Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) July 10, 2017 Versare Solutions has recently upgraded their Sound Stones (Ceiling) acoustic panels to a more affordable and easier-to-install version. Unlike the

Author Stephen Kenner’s New Book “Nikita’s Plan” is a Gripping and Current Drama Framed to Alert the Public to the Seriousness of Societal Decline in America

(PRWEB) July 10, 2017 Stephen Kenner, a former corporate comptroller and stage IV pancreatic cancer survivor, has completed his new book “Nikita’s Plan”: a gripping and potent mix of history and current events in a fast-paced suspense novel. Kenner shares, “We are in desperate need of a few heroes that will risk their lives

Back-To-School Classroom, Activity Costs Remain On The Rise

Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 10, 2017 Back-to-school season brings its familiar annual budget impact on families as costs for classroom supplies and school activity fees continue to climb, according to the 2017 Huntington Bank Backpack Index released by Huntington in cooperation with Communities In Schools. Although the cost for the sample list rose nominally