Author William Murdock’s book signing for a cause featured in The Mountain Xpress

Author William Murdock, co-founder and executive director of Eblen Charities based in Asheville, North Carolina, hosted a special Holiday Book Signing last December 17 at the Barnes and Noble in Bitmore Park.

Murdock, who has penned three books under Tate Publishing, gave back to the community by dedicating all of the proceeds from the event towards helping families in need across the western portion of North Carolina.

To read more about the author’s books and the recent book signing, click here.

 

 

 

Rockford Register Star features author Randall Brewer

Tate author Randall Brewer sits down with Susan Vela of the Rockford Register Star as he shares his passion for ministry and how his love for God helped him discover his gift for writing.

“It started out small – just a little one-, two-page thing. Then it grew and it grew,” he says of his writing journey which took off 30 years ago during a brief writing skit for a ministry which put up puppet shows. Since then, his stories have been incorporated into various sermons, seminars, and study groups.

With his first book “Born to Love, Called to Serve” recently released last November and his second book “Made Whole” on the way, Randall Brewer proves that never giving up on your dreams no matter how long it takes will surely pay off in the end.

To read more about the feature article from the Rockford Register Star, click here.

Dorchester author teaches kids about cleanliness in new children’s book

DORCHESTER, Ma. — This week marks the nationwide release of author Paula Guerard’s new children’s book, “Eva Irene, Please Keep Your Room Clean.” The book’s hardback edition will be up for grabs early January.

In “Eva Irene Please Keep Your Room Clean,” Eva’s mother has had it with her messiness. Her siblings, Peter, Ada and Kay, want to help her, but how in the world is she going to learn how to be neat? Read along and see how they teach her to make cleaning her room a fun game. Young readers will be surprised in the end!

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Guerard works as an executive legal assistant for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. She is also a certified florist and works part-time as a floral designer. She is affiliated with a talent agency in Boston, where she does work in film and print. Guerard was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, where she still resides with her husband, Mark, and her two children, Mark and Patrice.

December brings good cheer with new explosive releases to watch out for

As the Christmas season unfolds, Tate Music Group unwraps heaps of excitement for every music lover. Powerful and dynamic wave of album releases will be in store for all. With tracks of different genres, audiences of all ages would definitely have a good time. Sit tight as we give a little sneak peek of what’s in store for everyone.

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Gina Walden

A Brand New Marriage

Release date: December 02, 2016

Best known as the voice of Nitro Praise when she was young, Gina Walden is no stranger to the music industry. With her husband, they created the Brand New Day Foundation and are now reaching out to families around the world. “A Brand New Marriage” is a reflection about marriage. The record is her project to touch the hearts and heal many marriages.

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BJ Pons

Freedom

Release date: December 16, 2016

BJ Pons has been singing gospel music since the she was 5 years old. In her musical journey, she served as a soloist, worship leader and background vocalist and has led her to minister for a wider reach with some of today’s well-known Christian artists. “Freedom” is a collection of tracks that combines powerful lyrics, soulful melodies and pure worship. This new album is a project that aims to encourage and inspire people straight to the heart.

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Lori Marvin

Waited For

Release date: December 30, 2016

Music has been a passion for Lori Marvin since she was a kid. Today her focus is on pursuing a career in music as well as giving artist mentorship and development to the aspiring young artists of today’s generation. Her new album titled “Waited For’ compiles a string of hits that is both soulful and passionate. Each track brings listeners to an authentic journey that talk about matters of life and love.

 

All these albums and more are in store. Make sure to swing by every Friday to keep a look out for new music to keep! For more news, album releases, media features, and updates on new album releases, keep it tight here only here at TatePublishingNews.com

Plainfield author pens two women’s test of faith in another heartwarming new novel

PLAINFIELD, Ind. — Author Tawanda Fuller does it again in the nationwide release of her inspiring new novel about family life in “A Moment of Doubt.”

Fuller has captured the hearts of many in her new novel, “A Moment of Doubt.” As she takes her readers on Hannah’s and Lilly’s journey through this maze called life. It shows people of God’s grace and that they could make it through anything — if they keep him first.

“A Moment of Doubt” starts with Hannah dealing with the loss of a child and single mother, Lilly, not knowing what would become of hers in wake of another mouth to feed. That is until out of the blue arrives her knight in a shinning armor. Fuller invites her readers to get lost in this story, where faith is put to the test and the belief in God hangs in the balance. The author asks a question: If life happens, what will you have to endure?

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Fuller resides in Plainfield, Indiana, and has two children. She has been working in the nursing field for the last 15 years. While nursing is something she enjoys, writing is where her heart truly is.

Tracys Landing author raises awareness on bi-racial American families in insightful new book

TRACYS LANDING, Md. — Author Maria Leonard Olsen announces the nationwide release of her eye-opening new book, “Not the Cleaver Family: The New Normal in Modern American Families.” The book’s hardback edition will be up for grabs early December.

As a biracial woman, Olsen was frequently mistaken as the nanny of her lighter-skinned children. Assumptions have not quite caught up with America’s melting pot reality. The contemporary American family has changed drastically. Within 30 years, less than half of the U.S. population will be white. Laws prohibiting interracial marriage were banned in 1967 by the Supreme Court, and same-sex marriage is now legal. Cultural shifts and science have allowed the typical American family to no longer resemble the Cleavers of a generation ago.

“Not the Cleaver Family” is based on hundreds of interviews with families across the country, and illustrates just how the normative paradigm of the American family has changed. From these stories, readers can examine the scope of the changes and sometimes ignorant reactions to such changes. This book is designed to raise their collective consciousness about what the contemporary American family has become and to help educators and caring citizens to remain aware of the evolving society.

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the books are available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Olsen is a biracial woman whose parents were forbidden by law to marry in their home state of Maryland in the early 1960s. A mother of two children, she is a lawyer, a journalist and an author of the children’s book, “Mommy, Why’s Your Skin So Brown?” Olsen graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law, served in the Clinton administration’s justice department and fostered newborn babies awaiting adoption. She has been on the boards of Children’s National Medical Center BOV, the Catholic Coalition for Special Education, GirlsUp and the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Washington. Olsen, who resides in Maryland, has written for the Washington Post, Washingtonian, Bethesda Magazine, Parenting, BabyTalk and Washington for Women.

Thurmont author shares inspiring, captivating story in new book

THURMONT, Md. — Author Susanne Klein Seymoure announces the nationwide release of her new book, “My Secrets From Heaven: A Spiritual Testimony of an 11-Year-Old Girl.”

“My Secrets From Heaven” is a story of a family who immigrated to the USA after miraculously surviving the Holocaust. They finally found a beautiful life when their daughter, Susanne, at age 11, had a horrific accident that carried her to heaven and then returned her. Through the years following her miraculous return, Susanne reveals the special sparkle of light and love in her soul and how to keep one’s light on in challenging times.

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Seymoure is a relatable person. As a nurse, she had opportunities to see miracles of the human spirit. As a mother of three, she had the opportunity to see the miracles of birth and life. Seymoure lives with passion and gratitude and gets joy from healing and inspiring others to share their gifts and talents so there can be more heaven on earth. She resides in Thurmont, Maryland.

Top singer/songwriter on the rise brings the Christmas spirit with a cheerful single release

MAZOMANIE, Wis. – This week, independent record label Tate Music Group is excited to announce the official release of Lee Gander’s new single titled “Ring-A-Ling-Ling.”

Released by Tate Music Group, the single is readily available for purchase nationwide at the iTunes Store, Amazon.com, or directly from TateMusicGroup.com.

As a young teenager, Lee Gander started writing songs and melodies. His creations landed him various awards for his compositions. His music kept him going through the years however at one point he focused on his career in the construction business for the next 11 years. In 2012, he reintroduced himself back into the music world. Today, he is currently making more music now than ever after the release of his debut album in 2015, and he is definitely not stopping anytime soon.

“Ring-A-Ling-A-Ling” brings a touch of contemporary and traditional sound now that Christmas is truly in the air. Together with the pure Gospel message of Jesus Christ, the track especially intertwines classic Christmas themes and melodies. All in all, this song will surely delight listeners with the holiday spirit with the purest reason why we celebrate this season.

Top southern gospel group on the rise gives inspiration to audiences in latest record

PERRY, Fla. – This week, independent record label Tate Music Group is excited to announce the official release of The Walkers’ new album titled “Legacy.”

Released by Tate Music Group, the album contains 12 tracks and is readily available for purchase nationwide at the iTunes Store, Amazon.com, or directly from TateMusicGroup.com.

“The Walkers” brings a unique sound that combines country, southern gospel and contemporary. This dynamic southern gospel group packs years of experience both in performing and spreading God’s message. The years have brought ups and downs. However, this did not dull their passion to continue on pursuing their dreams. With their one-of-a-kind music, prepare to be moved with their energetic and captivating songs. Surely, their music will lift the audiences’ spirits.

“Legacy” is a powerful collection of all-original tracks that speaks about inspiration and faith. Being one of the top up-and-coming southern gospel group, this album will truly delight audiences of all ages. Their music features their uniqueness and diversity as artists. Their music gives a hint of sound from The Hinsons, The Freemans and their own unique flair. Tracks like “What Jesus Did for Me” and more would surely remind listeners of their one of a kind talent.

Groundbreaking hip-hop artist features insightful tracks in latest album

NASSAU, Bahamas – This week, independent record label Tate Music Group is excited to announce the official release of Tedeus’ new album titled “My-stery.”

Released by Tate Music Group, the album contains 8 tracks and is readily available for purchase nationwide at the iTunes Store, Amazon.com, or directly from TateMusicGroup.com.

Writing has always been a knack for singer/songwriter Tedeus. As a kid, curiosity drew him to grow and practice with different kinds of writing such as poetry, short stories and lyrical composition. Little by little, his passion for it grew into something more. Pushing forward to the present, he is now dedicated to sharing his message to a wider audience.

“My-stery” is a powerful combination of deep and insightful tracks that takes listeners to a journey of a man towards a change for the better. Together with a unique hip-hop sound, this collection brings inspiration to follow Christ’s path. Audiences will surely gain motivation to push more towards greatness with his message in tracks like “Making It Clean” and much more.

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